After receiving favorable reviews for its gorgeous PSN puzzler Critter Crunch and early praise for upcoming DS strategy/puzzle hybrid Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, indie studio Capy (or Capybara Games) is trying its hand on the popular zombie genre, according to a government funding document dug up by sister site GamerBytes.

The project description doesn't reveal a platform (presumably on a handheld or a digital download service) or an expected release date for Zombie Tactics, but it has some useful details:

"Zombie Tactics brings a mixture of strategy gameplay elements into the horror genre, dropping players into the heart of a devastating zombie apocalypse with nothing but their wits to get them out alive. As players fend for themselves, they will search for other survivors to add to their team, scavenge for weapons and supplies, and fight their way to freedom through an array of city settings."

This document was posted last February, so if Zombie Tactics is still alive (or un-alive, hur hur), Capy has already had a significant chunk of time to work on it. Another interesting interactive game in the same listing of funding recipients: DrinkBox Studios's About A Blob, a game following "an innocent little creature that grows and grows until it defeats mankind and consumes the planet."