Last Night on Earth—The Zombie Game

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Last Night on Earth—The Zombie Game is a survival horror board game that pits small-town heroes head-to-head against a limitless horde of zombies (players can play on the hero team or as the zombies). A modular board randomly determines the layout of the town at the start of each game, and there are several different scenarios to play, adding lots of replayability. Fast-paced game-play with easy-to-learn rules allows players to jump right into the action, while strategic depth and strong cooperative play keeps the game interesting.

Last Night on Earth comes with a modular game board, eight heroes, 22 plastic 28mm miniatures, several chilling scenarios, and an original, creepy CD soundtrack to raise tension and excitement.

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Zombie movie in a box


Can't say enough about this one -- it really hits the "zombie movie" trope dead on. Players control mobs of zombies, or groups of stock characters you'll recognize from a dozen movies (the ones shown on the box include the local priest, a cute farm girl, the sexy nurse, the tough jock, the spooky loner/town drunk, the spunky high school girl, the Sheriff's son with issues, and the Sheriff...). You assemble a modular game board representing the town, and play tactically (cooperatively or competitively, depending on the scenario) to defeat the zombies, achieve a goal, escape in the truck, or other objective, depending on the scenario you've chosen to play.

Both the Zombie player and the Hero player draw from card decks that allow them to alter plot elements... or interfere with each other. (Cards include "hero runs out of ammunition suddenly" that a Zombie player can hit a hero with, and Heroes can find weapons, ammunition, and tools in their deck, for example).

The game is surprisingly tense and scary (particularly played in a dark room with appropriate music). It feels very much like an interactive zombie movie... and you never know who's going to win... and who will die.

HUGE amount of replay value, due to the many scenarios (and more available for free on their web site!) If you like zombie movies and you like board games, this one's a no-brainer (oh, WINCE, bad pun...)

The worst I can say about it is that the music CD isn't all that great. The game itself, on the other hand, is arguably the best zombie game on the market.

They will eat your brains!


After doing some exaustive playtesting, all I can say is that this game is a hit. My friends and I spend one whole weekend playing this instead of doing other things. With 3 to 6 players, the game is a blast. I will be buying the expansion as well as any other Flying Frog games when I get the extra money.

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