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All Things Zombie: The Boardgame

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All Things Zombie is a board game designed and written by Mark Walker of Lock 'n Load Publishing, based on the Origins Award winning miniatures rules All Things Zombie: Better Dead Than Zed.



Gamers play as survivors trying to survive in a world populated with zombies, fighting intensely satisfying tactical battles as they roam the devastated land. As the minis game designer, Ed Teixeira says, "It's all about real life in an unreal world."



Featuring amazing art, and a detailed, yet accessible, design, All Things Zombie is a gamers' dream. All Things Zombie will appeal to both strategy gamers and RPGers alike. Whether searching a police station for guns and ammo, gunning down hordes of zombies, or blasting through a running gun battle with other not-so-nice-survivors, All Things Zombie will keep you on the edge of your seat.



All Things Zombie can be played solo, cooperatively, or competitively with everyone against each other. Whichever way you choose to play the game the zombies are run by the game mechanics and do not need to be run by one player.



The game includes six scenarios as well as a campaign game that insures a high degree of re-playability. Easy to learn but difficult to master All Things Zombie will provide the gamer with many hours of fun




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    All Things Zombie is a board game designed and written by Mark Walker of Lock 'n Load Publishing, based on the Origins Award winning miniatures rules All Things Zombie: Better Dead Than Zed.

    Gamers play as survivors trying to survive in a world populated with zombies, fighting intensely satisfying tactical battles as they roam the devastated land. As the minis game designer, Ed Teixeira says, "It's all about real life in an unreal world."

    Featuring amazing art, and a detailed, yet accessible, design, All Things Zombie is a gamers' dream. All Things Zombie will appeal to both strategy gamers and RPGers alike. Whether searching a police station for guns and ammo, gunning down hordes of zombies, or blasting through a running gun battle with other not-so-nice-survivors, All Things Zombie will keep you on the edge of your seat.

    All Things Zombie can be played solo, cooperatively, or competitively with everyone against each other. Whichever way you choose to play the game the zombies are run by the game mechanics and do not need to be run by one player.

    The game includes six scenarios as well as a campaign game that insures a high degree of re-playability. Easy to learn but difficult to master All Things Zombie will provide the gamer with many hours of fun

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    Designer Mark H. Walker
    Mfg Suggested Ages 12 and up
    # of Players 1 − 6
    User Suggested # of Players Best with 1 players Recommended with 1, 2, 3, 4 players (24 voters) [ ]
    Year Published 2010
    Artist Lohran Guillaume Ries Marc von Martial
    User Suggested Ages 12 and up (6 voters) [ ]
    Subdomain Thematic Games Wargames
    Website No
    Publisher Lock 'n Load Publishing, LLC.
    Playing Time 40 minutes
    Family Reaction System
    Honors 2010 Charles S. Roberts Best Science-Fiction or Fantasy Board Wargame Nominee
    Primary Name All Things Zombie: The Boardgame
    Expansion No
    Alternate Names No
    Mechanic Chit-Pull System Co-operative Play Hex-and-Counter
    Game category Fighting Horror Science Fiction Wargame Zombies
    Language Dependence Some necessary text - easily memorized or small crib sheet (10 voters) [ ]
    Play time filter N/A

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