When night begins to fall on the sleepy town of Woodinvale, the shadows and fog rolling in bring with them more than just a chill shiver. A living nightmare erupts as the once peaceful community is overrun with the restless dead scratching and clawing their way to the surface with an insatiable hunger for human flesh. Now only a handful of unlikely Heroes are left, banding together to fight for their very lives. On a night that never ends the only thing worse than death is becoming infected.
Last Night on Earth, The Zombie Game is a fast-paced game of brain-eating Zombies, small town Heroes and horror movie action. Players take on the role of either the Heroes, working together to make it through the night; or the Zombies, unending waves of undead spreading over the town like a plague. Featuring a modular board, eight Heroes to choose from and several different Scenarios to play that drastically change the game, Last Night on Earth is designed to create a cinematic feel as the story and game unfolds.
So put down that popcorn, grab your shotgun and hide your brain; the Zombies are coming and this could be your Last Night on Earth.
Includes a CD soundtrack of original music to set the atmosphere.
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Contents: 1 full-colour rulebook, 1 double-sided town centre board, 22 highly-detailed plastic miniatures, 40 card Hero deck, 40 card Zombie deck, 20 advanced Hero cards, 20 advanced Zombie cards, 8 large Hero character sheets, 5 large game scenario cards, 6 reference cards, 16 small dice, 1 CD soundtrack of original music, an assortment of full-colour counters, 1 sun track
Posted by Axel on 5th Sep 2016
A good, simple, Zombie game.
High quality, cast pieces.
Although there are lots of supplements. most of which I possess, this game as a stand alone is small and perfectly formed.
If we fancy a night of Zombie breaking, this is what we pull off the shelf.
The time constraints, on each mission, make even the simplest of tasks, frantic run arounds.
An over all good thematic feel to it, everything holds together well and everything and everyone in it, seems right, like it woukld be there, like it should be there.