Zombie 15′ Kickstarter running out of time

By Polar_Bear
In Board Games
Feb 5th, 2014
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Iello has just a little over a week left for their Zombie 15′ board game up on Kickstarter. They’re more than 3x funded, so there’s extras going for your pledge if you get in on it.

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From the campaign:

Experience frantic 15-minute game sessions as you play a group of 2 to 4 teenagers running for their lives, while trying to discover the truth about the sudden outbreak that turned their parents, teachers and all of the other grown-ups into gruesome brain-eating monsters!

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  • Ghool

    I’m really getting tired of game companies pushing their latest Kickstarter project when they have one that has yet to be fulfilled (going on 4 months late now), let alone having an actual shipping date.
    coughguardianschroniclescoughcough

    Seriously, game companies should finish one thing before trying to run another campaign that will only be delayed due to not having the previous one completed.

    • Chris_walton

      I’m not sure you understand how Ponzie Schemes work, my friend. 🙂

      • Ghool

        I knew I was missing some information….

    • Riquende

      You know, I don’t mind too much, if a company is big enough then it’s not like the designers, sculptors and concept artists for the new campaign are going to be the same guys doing the casting, packing and shipping for the previous one.

      What I do have an issue with, is any sort of project design meeting that concludes that what the world really needs right now is yet another zombie board game.

  • Disgruntled Goat

    Why would they call their game Zombie 15 feet?

    • tankcommander

      Hah ha ha! ..you’re right!

    • BaconSlayer

      I think it is supposed to be ‘Zombie Fifteen Minute’, due to the weird stopwatch the 15′ is in.

      Regardless, it is still terrible and proves that there are 1573 suckers out there that are perpetuating bloated meme Kickstarters.