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  • 3 to 6 player game
  • 90 minutes
  • For 3-6 players
  • Fun strategy game
  • Horror theme
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 10.5 x 2.1 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000O889VK
  • Item model number: 3500
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #403,918 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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The dead are rising from the graveyard which is conveniently located in the middle of your residential neighborhood. There is no way out of the neighborhood, so you must scrounge as much stuff (weapons, barricades, survivors, etc.) from your neighbors to survive until help arrives. The game lasts for 10 days, and by the 10th day the neighborhood is filled with zombies to say the least and your neighbors are no longer your friends.

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TLC 3500 Zombie Town Board Game By Twilight Creations Inc.

The dead are rising from the graveyard which is conveniently located in the middle of your residential neighborhood. There is no way out of the neighborhood, so you must scrounge as much stuff (weapons, barricades, survivors, etc.) from your neighbors to survive until help arrives. The game lasts for 10 days, and by the 10th day the neighborhood is filled with zombies to say the least and your neighbors are no longer your friends.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A. Cardoza on August 24, 2007
Ok, here are a few things you need to know about Zombietown:

- Zombietown is pretty much the strategy board game version of "Zombies". Instead of running and gunning and commiting as much wholesale zombie slaughter as you can before you die, you are trying to stay in it for the long haul. Therefore, you must claim houses, build barricades, rescue survivors, build a nice cache of weapons and THEN kill zombies better than your opponents in order to win.

- Zombietown's rules are a bit deeper than most of your "beer & pretzel" board games. After the board setup, it does take a little while (2-3 turns) to get the hang of the more intricate rules. However, once you have it...the game flows very quickly from turn to turn.

- You do get quite a load of game components in the box. 100 plastic zombies (which are a brand new design), 6 pistol-packin' player tokens (with 4 claim discs for each player), stands for your barricades, a quad-folding gameboard, and about 200 or so cards. Some people complain about the "value" of $40 for all this. Let me break it down. If you bought a seperate bag of 100 zombies (of any of the types), that $10. Now, most stand-alone card games (Atlas, SJ, Looney Labs) run about $20 for 100 or so cards. So, based on the figures and the cards alone, you're already saving $10....and you also get the board, the extra figures and so on. There's a lot of production value in the box for your $40.

- Finally, is it fun? Of course, it is. But don't forget, any game you play is as fun as the people you play it with. If you decide to play this game with a bunch of powergaming rules lawyers who believe that every game is garbage since it doesn't fall into the perfect vision of a game that they have....well, you really won't have fun. So relax....sit back....build your barricades...and enjoy Zombietown.
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Lord Jim on March 31, 2007
A friend of mine has Zombies!!!, also by Twilight Creations. I've played it a few times, and found it pretty enjoyable.

Zombietown is sort of a followup to this in some ways, and tries to expand the strategy of the game somewhat.

Unfortunately, it ends up far too confusing and complicated to make for fast gameplay (it's often very slow, in fact), and the strategy is more shallow than Risk.

Ya know the stereotypically confusing instructions of insert Tab A into Slot B? That's pretty much what the instructions to this read like. They're fairly poorly written to boot. There were also a couple problems we ran into the rules didn't seem to cover. I can't recall them off the top of my head, and they didn't come up very often, but it was still irritating.

Overall, definetly not reccomended. At $40 in stores, and $35 off Amazon, it's also a HUGE ripoff. What do you get in the box? Like 100 tiny army men-esque figures, a couple of packs of cards, and a laminated piece of cardboard. I understand why it is expensive, as I'm sure this was a low budget item and such, but Zombies!!! was much less expensive.
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11 of 16 people found the following review helpful By KS on July 23, 2007
I purchased this game and took it over to a friend's house. A bunch of us got together to play. The number of rules had my friends falling asleep and made for very slow gameplay. If you buy this game, definitely look up the FAQ the maker's website. It answers a few questions that definitely will come up during your first game and the enclosed rules do not answer (we played under a few false assumptions). It would be more fun with the better explained rules but the rules are way too complicated and annoying to make for a very good game. The guns only hold up to 4 bullets (some only have 2 bullets). You don't roll dice to see if you kill zombies but instead pull combat cards (your gun is likely to jam). Overall, the rules just don't make a lot of sense and the gameplay is slow.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chris on January 15, 2012
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I read a lot about this game prior to purchasing it. I was surprised how negative the reviews were. My opinion is biased due to the fact that I love zombies: zombie tv shows, zombie movies, zombie bar crawl etc...I also enjoy playing board games. It actually look me a while to move onto playing more sophisticated board games because most of my life I only thought simple games like sorry, life, and monopoly existed. Somehow I stumbled upon this game and realized how much value you can get out of old fashioned board games. Believe it or not, as I found out, there are new breeds of board games. This game, while slow to start out, really gets insane. Needless to say the game will leave a strong after taste in your mouth from how bitter your friends can be. How dare my girlfriend run into my house shoot at me and tear down my barricade. Needless to say I spent the night on the couch. Don't get me wrong after you take the time to understand the game and play it a few times it really is a strategic game. It is like the risk of zombie survival. Thy enemy of my enemy is my friend. In this case they are zombies, which are also your enemy.

The more players in the game will significantly increase to game's entertainment level. It is always pretty interesting how out of control the end of the game gets. From what seems like a few zombies quickly turns into a city leveling force where almost nothing is left. The game breeds strategy from turn one to your last ditch effort to tare down your friends house out of spite and revenge. After all this friend will most likely have torn down your barricades and killed a few survivors that you found.

This game is always has a risk vs reward system. Do I spent my last 2 turns for this round moving to a new house and getting a new card or do I try to draw a new card and raise another barrier? The game only gets more variable as you try the expansions out as well.
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