Gunplay is joining the likes of Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill as rappers with their own mobile video games.

On Sunday (March 11), the Carol City, Fla. native announced his new iOS video game, Gunplay Apocalypse, is out now. "DOWNLOAD MY APP #GUNPLAYAPOCALYPSE," the rapper tweeted.

"Gunplay Apocalypse is finally here ! The block has been flooded with zombies – it’s up to you to save the streets ! Blast the zombies , secure the bags and unlock secret characters while fighting off the Apocalypse!" the description for the game reads. Other features in the game include "power up, character unlocking, better sound effects and 4 levels."

While the official cover art for the game makes it seem like a zombies game à la Call of Duty, the game is more in line with many of the basic side-scrolling shooters you find on the App Store. The app currently costs $0.99 on the store.

Gunplay recently linked up with his MMG boss, Rick Ross, on the song "Cheap Thrills." Released in February, the track features much of the same chemistry the two have come to be known for whenever they link up on a record.

In September, the rapper also dropped his Haram album. The 10-track project is mostly a solo effort from Gunplay, featuring only one guest appearance from Mozzy on the song "That Eazy."

No word yet if Gunplay Apocalypse will make its way to Google's Play Store. Check out Gunplay's tweet below.

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