Two Hour Wargames launches All Things Zombie Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Oct 6th, 2013

Two Hour Wargames has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a line of 28mm zombies for their All Things Zombie game.


From the campaign:

A line of metal 28mm metal miniatures for use with All Things Zombie and other horror games. Includes Zombies, Vampires, Werewolves and more!

We’re trying to get funding for a line of 28mm miniatures to go with the Final Version of our Origins Award Winning Miniatures Game, All Things Zombie.

With the release of the supplement, High Rise to Hell, we’ve completed the circle of horror by adding Vampires, Werewolves, Casters and more to your zombie games. It’s our goal to offer a variety of miniatures in a consistent scale to satisfy all your horror gaming needs and we have the sculptor to do it!

We’ve already successfully funded and completed a similar project in 15mm but the demand for 28mm is such that we’re going to give it a try!

Perfect for any horror game and sci fi settings. Check it out!

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  • blkdymnd

    Oh thank god, it had been about three and a half minutes since the last zombie Kickstarter, I was getting worried….

    • When I was stocking up for the apocalypse I was expecting the zombies to be a bit larger but hey – it’s still happening 😉

  • Grim6

    There are a lot of good quality 28mm Zombies out there. I’m not sure how much of a demand there is for 28mm Zombies of dubious quality. Maybe it’s just poor pics, but those are not good looking sculpts. When I saw ‘ATZ’, my brain locked on the 15mm packs from Rebel Minis and thought ‘Those are ok for 15mm’, but then I that realized these are 28mm. 🙁

    • Riquende

      Hmm… the above comments just got me thinking….

      Maybe all zombie games and ranges start out as something else? At some point the sculpting tool slips and the face is ruined, or the sculptor realises they’ve made a complete pig’s ear of a particular model = more zombies!

      Would explain why there’s so many of them these days, and the sometimes ropey sculpt quality…

      “Wow, this new range of 15th century Italians look terrible…. have you thought about releasing a renaissance zombie game?”

  • Soulfinger

    It’s not just zombies though. You can also get:

    — Andrew Eldritch (lead singer of Sisters of Mercy) with breast implants and catcher’s mitt with a werewolf in a leather duster who is vaguely interested in something while demonstrating proper posture for lifting two five pound weights.

    — Nosferatu who is frustrated because he just got a 40% off coupon for the GAP turtleneck that he bought a week ago with the Ral Partha were rat guy trying to cop a feel while rocking a leather jacket that he borrowed from his werewolf friend.

    • Riquende

      “– Andrew Eldritch (lead singer of Sisters of Mercy) with breast implants and catcher’s mitt…”


  • Ed the Two Hour Wargames Guy

    Yes, my pictures stink. But here are some better ones of the new zeds

    New zeds, better pictures

  • Major_Gilbear

    …I think zombie-whatever game makers are going to have to start explaining what’s good/unique about their particular zombie game. Not only is the market stupidly saturated, but I’m at a complete loss to understand how anyone could keep finding these interesting unless there is something new to consider. =0/

    • Soulfinger

      Like my zombie miniature game, which is played on one of those old electric football boards to ensure that the zombies are always in motions. Also, the noisy vibrating of the board adds to the tension. It is set in a world where only animals have contracted the zombie disease, and the survivors are trying to escape from a zoo after their helicopter crashed in the giraffe pen. There is real animal poop included on the game board for a sense of realism that is real. There are also six finger-sized slots built into the game board, and each time your character is hit, you must stick your finger into one of the slots, kind of like “Trial by Treebeast” from Flash Gordon. If you receive a jolt of electricity, then your guy has suffered a point of damage. If you suffer a ceaseless and overpowering sense of electrocution then your product is defective and should be returned to the manufacturer. Nobody is allowed to eat, drink, or go to the bathroom until the group has escaped from the zoo, and anybody who loses their character is banned from ever playing the game again unless they purchase a $10 supplement.