Tabletop board games are typically bogged down with dragons, elves,
warlords and any other mythical creature that would look just great as a
figurine. Thankfully, 2012 brought us nerdy gamers another creature to
love/ fear: zombies. Zombicide is a
collaborative board game for between one and six people in which players
take the role of a survivor, each with a unique ability, to work
together against the hungry hordes of the undead. As with most
collaborative games, this is hard. You will most likely die. Every.
Single. Game. But that’s OK. There are 10 different scenarios to play,
and the more weapons you find and the more zombies you kill, the more
“skill” you get.
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