🧟♂️Tiny Epic Zombies🧟♂️
🪓 Players: 1 – 5
🪓 Time: 45+ mins
🐕🦺 What’s it about?
Another great fit for our holiday suitcases were @gamelyngames ‘s Tiny Epic games. We started with the zombies, which also fit the #5days5darkgames @whatmelisplaying invited me to. 😁👍
It can be played in various modes (different combinations of humans vs. zombies and even solo vs. automated). We decided to search the mall and its shops and rooms cooperatively and got three random objectives – collecting parts to repair the helicopter, creating a stash of ammo and weapons, and catching radio signals to make an emergency call. We were an efficient team, holding the zombie army at bay and dividing tasks between our characters by skills, still in the end it was a close call and we had to calculate our last remaining moves thoroughly – and made it! 💪😎 Phew! What an evening!
🧠 My conclusion:
These games are as tiny as they are epic. Each of them is totally different concerning genre, topic and gameplay, each of them has something special and unique. What they all have in common, however, is that they take up much more table space than you would expect from such a tiny box! The board is replaced by cards that can be shuffled and have two sides, which, combined with a huge variety of characters and objectives (I’m talking about the deluxe version here) guarantees immense replayability through the uncountable different setup options.
Not to forget the tiniest of tiny, cute, little meeples and their exchangeable tiny weapons.
I’m a fan! 😊
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