Zombies in Your Games?
My new favorite show is, certainly, The Walking Dead. I missed it on it's first run, but I've watched the first season on Netflix and caught the season two premire last night. More about the series later; now, it's got me thinking about zombies and gaming.
I know they are out there, but I've never really played in any sort of zombie-horror game, with any rule set. With the exception of smashing and turning zombies in D&D, zombies have never really been a big part of any game in which I've participated.
So, how many of you folks have had games in which zombies have been a big deal?
I haven't played in particular "zombie horror" games either, though certainly they've showed ou in D&D and in Gamma World.ReplyDelete
La la la la, I can't read this post, but I did want you to know that I stopped by. I think we have one episode left from season one.ReplyDelete
You may be interested in my adaptation of Old School Hack for a modern setting. And a one-page reference to run different kinds of zombies. In time for Halloween!ReplyDelete
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Thanks to The Walking Dead I've finally found groups interested in gaming Dawn of the Dead and such.ReplyDelete
This should cover the basics.
And system is a matter of taste.
I'm running Risus Dawn of the Dead.
A friend is finishing up a Mini Six, converted to SKETCH, Day of the Dead (mostly)
and another friend is running a D20 Resident Evil.
Thanks to The Walking Dead I'm in three Zombie Apocalypse games.ReplyDelete
A D20 Resident Evil game
A Mini Six converted to SKETCH that evolved into a copy of the D20 game. Co-op games can be a pain.
And a Risus take on Dawn of the Dead.
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