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    Hells Warrrior

    Welcome to the new look callofdutyzombies.com

    Welcome to the all new callofdutyzombies.com - yes we have had an overhaul.

    With the release of the intel drops and announcement of the forth coming announcement about the new game from Treyarch on the 26th April, we decided to bring forward the release of the new site and brought the forum in first. To following will be frontpage (which you are seeing now, maps and easter egg pages, zombie librayr (created by our very own member PINNAZ. It started life as forum topic, which has got so large it takes time to load and can sometime cause a timeout due to the size of the content.

    It was only fair we gave it a dedicated page(s). As you can see the design of CoDz has had a fresh lick of paint, the site is now fully responsive, so no matter what device you access the site from the design will be come through. It responds to screen size, so the larger the screen, the more information you will see (i.e. think portait and landscape.

    Have a look around and have fun, any questions feel free to ask.

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    • rvnleaks

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