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Zombie Kidz Evolution (Board Game)

$39.99
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Description

Zombie Kidz Evolution is the first “legacy”-style game for kids, with basic gameplay similar to the 2013 title Zombie Kidz — but things will quickly evolve!

In the game, the young players are at school when zombies start to attack, infiltrating the entryways, then barring the way to classrooms. Players move through rooms and entryways to eliminate zombies and keep the zombie reserve full. If a zombie must enter the school but none are available, then the school has been overrun and the players lose. To win the game, players need to lock each of the four entryways as apparently the custodian has abandoned the post and given up the school for lost.

As players get better, they can complete missions, track their development through a trophy-sticker system reminiscent of video games, and open envelopes that contain new material for the game, upping the challenge they face while also providing them with new powers and new heroes as well.

Features:

  • Gather your friends together for this co-operative game
  • Come up with the best strategy to beat back these foul creatures!
  • The more you play, the more the game TRANSFORMS!
  • Fulfill SPECIAL MISSIONS and mark your progress using STICKERS!
  • Open MYSTERY ENVELOPES that will enrich the game!
  • Give POWERS to your heroes! MUTATE your zombies!

Game Contents:

  • 1 double-sided game board
  • 1 zombie die
  • 4 hero tokens
  • 8 zombie tokens
  • 4 lock tokens
  • 8 plastic standees
  • 13 sealed Evolution envelopes
  • 1 rulebook (which includes 1 sticker sheet and 1 zombie hunter passport)

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Product Details

Product Code: 28931280
Barcode: 807658000792
Publisher: Le Scorpion Masqué
Brand: Le Scorpion Masqué

Playtime: 5-15 minutes
Recommended Age: 7+
Number of Players: 2-4
Themes: Horror / Sci-Fi / Zombies
Board Game Mechanics: Cooperative | Dice Rolling | Point to Point Movement | Variable Player Powers


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Customer Reviews

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Slayge
Amazing game!

Perfect game if you and/or your child is neurodivergent (and even if y’all aren’t)
Really fun and rewarding no matter if you win or lose and the envelopes add enough changes to keep the game fresh.
My biggest grievance is that there’s no warning that the bicycle kid (we named him Kyle) doesn’t get his hero power until envelope 10, after all other characters have theirs plus another ability, which is unfair for the person designated to play as Kyle - however I do believe that his power would have made the game too easy if he had gotten it sooner. I just think there should be some kind of warning.
I’ve recommended this game to all my friends and family, even those without kids, since my 8 year old and I loved it so much despite us being used to more complex legacy board games.
We got approximately 40 game plays out of it before reaching the 13th envelope although it would have been more if we hadn’t made it our mission to complete most of the trophies early on. I’m not sure how much we will replay it in the future now that the envelopes are all opened and it is not a game that you’re able to re-sell due to this, however even if we never played it again it would be worth the money IMO.
I bought Zombie Teenz for his birthday next week and I’m chomping at the bit to see how it compares to Zombie Kidz!

Delivery

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Delivery Times
The Board Gamer orders ship from our fulfillment partner Mighty Ape. Their warehouse is based in New Zealand with daily flights across the Tasman with Australia Post.

As a result of courier delays the current standard delivery times for In Stock products using Australia Post are as follows:

 

 QLD  4-7 business days
 NSW  4-8 business days
 ACT  4-8 business days
 VIC  6-9 business days
 SA  7-10 business days

 TAS, WA

8-10 business days                                         
 NT  10-13 business days                 

 

Customer Reviews

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Slayge
Amazing game!

Perfect game if you and/or your child is neurodivergent (and even if y’all aren’t)
Really fun and rewarding no matter if you win or lose and the envelopes add enough changes to keep the game fresh.
My biggest grievance is that there’s no warning that the bicycle kid (we named him Kyle) doesn’t get his hero power until envelope 10, after all other characters have theirs plus another ability, which is unfair for the person designated to play as Kyle - however I do believe that his power would have made the game too easy if he had gotten it sooner. I just think there should be some kind of warning.
I’ve recommended this game to all my friends and family, even those without kids, since my 8 year old and I loved it so much despite us being used to more complex legacy board games.
We got approximately 40 game plays out of it before reaching the 13th envelope although it would have been more if we hadn’t made it our mission to complete most of the trophies early on. I’m not sure how much we will replay it in the future now that the envelopes are all opened and it is not a game that you’re able to re-sell due to this, however even if we never played it again it would be worth the money IMO.
I bought Zombie Teenz for his birthday next week and I’m chomping at the bit to see how it compares to Zombie Kidz!