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Zombicide Black Plague Board Game
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- For 1-6 Players
- Standalone, cooperative game
- Fun strategy game with Zombie theme
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Survive the zombie hordes in this cooperative adventure game!
- 9 Double Sided Game Tiles
- 65 Zombie Miniatures
- 6 Survivor Miniatures
- 6 Survivor Dashboards
- 6 Dice
- 6 Survivor Color Bases
- 48 Trackers
- 60 Tokens
- 125 Mini Cards
Team up and go medieval on zombies!
Become the ultimate monster hunters!
Black Plague is a cooperative board game for 1 to 6 players that brings the relentless zombie-killing action of Zombicide into a brand new fantasy setting. Control a party of survivors as they fight to rid the land of an invasion of zombies and Necromancers controlled by the game itself. Survivors find weapons, learn spells, battle zombies, and gain experience. The more experienced they get, the more powerful they become, but the more zombies rise to face them!
Your goal is simple: complete the quest, kill as many zombies as possible, and don’t die! Survivors will be up against slow shambling zombies, Runners, Fatties and the deadly Abomination, made famous in previous Zombicide games. However, you’ll also be up against the powerful new Necromancers. Collect your friends, find epic loot, cast spells, and take the zombie body count to new heights!
- For 1-6 Players
- 60 minute playing time
- Ages 14 and up
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The game itself is a lot of fun, and much easier to learn and play then you may first believe. The rule book is pretty thick, but don't be scared. You know why the rule book it thick? It's because they break it up with large text, helpful notes, and fun illustrations. I learned how to play in about a half-hour, and was teaching other people the next day. The rules make sense, the turns move pretty cleanly, the game gets progressively more challenging the further in you get, and is very easy if you wanted to build your own adventures. It's worth adding to your collection.
It's a very straightforward game. You setup the map tiles based on whichever scenario you are playing and the door tokens to the various rooms as well as any objective tokens. There are specific spawn points placed around the board as well to show you where the zombies will be approaching from. As far as cards and tokens go, there really are not that many compared to other games such as Massive Darkness which is very similar in playstyle. There is a stack of equipment cards and a stack of zombie spawn cards. The equipment in the game is rather sparse, I would have kinda wished for a larger variety of gear to draw from but playing this game a few times I can see that the gear is not the main point of the game considering the zombies are rather weak.
The main point from what I can see is to kill as many zombies as possible while trying to fulfill your objective while also gaining experience points in the process and leveling up. When you level up you gain new exciting skills but you also potentially increase the amount of zombies that spawn per round as well. You would think just killing zombies would make for a rather boring game. It's actually not boring at all, seeing as how you are mostly trying to fulfill some objective and stay alive, it's rather intense. As the game progresses, if you do not keep up on thinning out the herd so to speak, the hordes will become larger and larger. Oh and that's not to mention the necromancers that will sometimes spawn, which will just add another zombie spawn point to contend with.
The Abominations are a whole nother matter. There isn't a weapon in the game that can kill one right out. So you have to collect gear until you find a torch and dragons bile. You then toss that bile on the ground somewhere and lure the fiend into it and then toss in the torch to set it ablaze. Pretty spectacular. All in all I have to say I enjoyed this game a bunch and I have spent a few days debating on which was the better game between this and Massive Darkness, which is a VERY similar game made by the same company. They are both very well done and each have their pluses and minuses. For pure zombie killing and fun mechanics, I would go for this one.
our family has game night every night now b/c of how much fun we have with this game!
the rules are fair and easy to follow, the rule books does a great job of answering all the questions that come up, the miniatures are sturdy and made with amazing detail, the cards and cardstock are good quality, very happy with this purchase!