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Night of the Living Dead


There are many ways that game designers can approach taking a movie or TV show and turning it into a board game. How did the Zombicide developers do it with Night of the Living Dead? We may never know... ... ... Actually, we know exactly, because they told us. CMON has posted up an interview with the developers. Have a look.

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Copyright. It's an interesting subject. Obviously, when you create something, you want to be able to control how its used. Well, Night of the Living Dead has had an interesting copyright life, and with Night of the Living Dead: A Zombicide Game, people are wondering, "how does this interact with the movie's somewhat-notorious copyright history?" Well, in this article, CMON explains just what's going on.

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Night of the Living Dead changed the horror movie genre when it was released. Zombicide changed cooperative zombie board gaming when it wa released. Now, these two pillars of their respective genres are coming together in Night of the Living Dead: A Zombicide Game, a new standalone version of the zombie-hunting (though, in this case, ghoul-hunting) board game. It's up on Kickstarter now.

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Night of the Living Dead changed the horror movie genre forever. Zombicide changed cooperative board gaming forever. It was only inevitable that these two giants were going to meet up. And soon they will be in Zombicide: Night of the Living Dead. In this intro, see what sort of elements have been incorporated into this new addition to both venerable franchises.

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CMON might've just wrapped up funding on the 2nd edition of Zombicide, but that's not the end of the Zombicide news. You might remember a while ago that they announced a Night of the Living Dead version of the game. That disappeared for a while, but you can't keep a dead body down. It's back and it will be the company's next Kickstarter campaign.

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Night of the Living Dead came out 50 years ago this month. It's an icon of the horror movie genre, basically laying the groundwork for all zombie movies to come. George A. Romero's classic is soon to be getting an official board game, as CMON has announced that they've procured the license and will be making a new game based on the property.

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