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Zombie Kidz Evolution Cooperative Board Game - Scorpion Masqué

Zombies have invaded your school! Everyone else is running away, so you’ll have to be the one to beat back these creatures! Can you lock all four doors before the zombies take over?

Zombie Kidz Evolution is the first legacy-style game for kids, the more you play, the more the game transforms!

Great for developing cooperation and communication, problem solving and strategic thinking.

How to play:

Depending on player count, you’ll need to either play the ‘day’ or ‘night’ version of the school.

On your turn, you complete the following actions in order:

  1. Roll the zombie die, then place the first zombie in the line in the room of the same colour as the die. If the result is “white”, good news! No zombie will enter the school!
  2. Move your hero to an adjacent space or leave them where they are.
  3. Eliminate the zombies on the space in which your hero is located.
  4. If your hero is located on the same entryway as another hero, high-five the other player then place a lock on that entryway.

You can kick out up to 2 zombies per turn, but watch out, once 3 zombies enter a room, you’re barred!

To win, you’ll need to lock all the doors. If there are no zombies in the reserve, this means the zombies have taken over the school and you have lost.

After each game, give yourself a sticker on the tracker!

Zombie Kids Evolution is a standalone game, however it can be combined withZombie Teenz Evolution for extra missions and gameplay options. The superchallenges are available toprint and playhere.

Contents: double-sided game board; zombie die; 4 hero tokens; 8 zombie tokens; 4 lock tokens; 13 sealed evolution envelopes.

    Manufacturer Recommended Age 7+

    Play Time 15 Minutes approx.

    2-4 Players

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    My 7 year old autistic grandson loves this game. He hates to lose so cooperative games are definitely the way forward. We’ve played it loads and are still enjoying the challenge.