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Old 02-10-2011, 10:32 PM   #94
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Originally Posted by Mustang View Post

Actually, any number of Zombies games could fit that bill as goofy fun.

For the zombie apocalypse fans.

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Wow," you say, "that's a lot of zombie games." Well, it is and it isn't. These three games have no more in common that three different World War II games with vastly different scales and systems. All Things Zombie is tactical, man-vs-zombie fun. It's like a war game, but the enemies are zombies (usually). Zombie War is strategic. Think something like Pandemic, but with combat. Simple combat, but combat. Run, Fight, or Die is a unique, dice-driven game that the entire family can learn in five minutes, and play in thirty more. We cannot stress enough the potential of RFOD. Mark has never taught the game to anyone (gamer or non-gamer) who hasn't loved it. If you are looking for a game to pull your family away from the Boob Tube, any of these three games will do the trick, but RFOD might do it the best.
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