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A non-murder zombie escape room mystery party for 4 players to an unlimited amount of guests, ages 13 to adult! The group will divide into teams of 2-4 and undergo 8 exciting challenges of puzzles, riddles, codes, and more - all while attempting to solve the mystery of how to make the zombie cure and find the identity of the saboteur who released the virus in the building!
This non-murder game will have printed and video components, but there will be backup scripts for the videos in case you do not have access to a device/set up to play the videos. Note: the players will not play individual character roles, but rather they are in a group on a tour of the facility. The suspects in this case are the 7 scientists of The Zombie Institute, which are not actual players in the game. This is the instant download version of the game - no waiting, and avoid shipping fees. However, if you prefer a boxed set, click on the link below to have us prepare your kit.
The Zombie Institute is a world-renowned zombie research center. After the epidemic-scare of 2035, top scientists from around the globe have dedicated their lives researching the Gen-Z Virus - a fast-acting virus that turns humans into brainless undead. Humankind has been on the brink of a zombie apocalypse for some time, and the Zombie Institute has shown promise in the development of the cure. Rumor has it that one of the research labs has discovered the cure. However, further clinical trials must be completed before the official announcement is made.
You have scheduled a tour of The Zombie Institute. Your group will get to tour the research labs, meet the scientists, and view our zombie research subjects!
This is where your story begins.
|Number of players:||Minimum of 4 to an unlimited amount of players.|
|Gender of players:||It doesn't matter - the players do not play the roles of suspects.|
|Minimum age:||13 to adult for difficulty and because it's 'zombie' themed.|
This was beyond great! Everything needed was included in the on line version. Instructions, challenges, clues, invites... everything!
It was hit for our annual Halloween Party! Will be purchasing another next year! Tracy on Oct 30th 2019
I chose the download version of this game. We played it the first time with four of us and it was really cool although none of us got the right answer at the end. We had three hours of fun. The clues and activities are really fun some harder than others. We will be doing it again amd I will be host. I think it will blow better now that I know how it works and I am not involved in the game. We all felt that it was a good deal for the price and we will be looking to buy another game in the near future. Linda on Sep 27th 2019
Game was different from the rest of the MyMysteryParty games, so I liked this, but will go back to the other format for the next game. No role playing with this one and that was good for a change, but our group really likes to role play. This could work great for a huge group, though. Yonny on Jan 21st 2018
I purchased Zombie escape for a Halloween party. First, I must caution hosts - do not get this game if you're not good at being organized. There are 8 challenges, which all have materials associated with them. Download all the associated files, print, and get ready to spend a couple of hours getting everything sorted. This isn't a game to print and quickly play.
With that said, we had a lot of fun with these challenges and loved the video additions to the game. The mystery wasn't all too easy to figure out, but my guests had fun trying to solve both objectives. Only 2 of the 14 people playing agreed on the correct answer - but that's OK! Glad it wasn't too easy! I can see how this game could be played with a huge group, as well, but we only had 14 and did two teams of 7.
Overall - great game and good to change it up (our group does a bunch of mystery parties), but I think I'll go back to the traditional format of role playing for next Halloween - we prefer that format.
Todd Rollins on Oct 31st 2017