Last Night on Earth
- For 2-6 players
- Takes 60-90 minutes
- Modular game boards
- Heroes versus Zombies
- From 12 years More…
Last Night on Earth
Last Night on Earth is a Zombie Game designed by Jason C Hill, artwork by Jack Scott Hill and produced by Flying Frog Productions. The game is designed for 2 – 6 players and takes approximately 60 -90 minutes to complete.
Setting the Scene
Set in the sleepy, rural town of Woodinvale, our game begins as darkness begins to fall. But as the fog mistily creeps over the ground something new is emerging from the shadows; something unexpected that is set to chill you to your very bones.
Folks in the usually peaceful town of Woodinvale are about to experience a living nightmare usually only withnessed in movies. From the shadows, from the ground, creeping, crawling, infecting the air with their foul stench, the undead are moving and they are coming for you. They hunger for flesh, they hunt with an unstoppable determination. The few who remain alive have been elected by elimination as the heroes who must stand against the infected and fight for their lives. On a night that never seems to end, their fate is clear; either fight and live, or join the undead.
LAst Night on Earth Overview
Last Night on Earth, The Zombie Game is a survival horror board game where a group of unlikely Heroes from Woodinvale must survive a night of terror from a limitless horde of Zombies. Players can be either a Hero or a Zombie.
Last Night on Earth contains a modular game board. This means the game board comes in sections that can be put together in different formats to give different scenarios each time the game is played. This does not make the game more difficult to follow, it just means a different game layout can be played each time allowing for a new challenge each time and lots of re-playability.
The premise is simple: Heroes versus Zombies, and the rules are straightforward and easy to learn. The best game experience comes from a team who readily engage with the movie style premise and cooperate as a team struggling to stay alive surely would. One or two players control the zombies, everyone else controls the heroes. To help get everyone in the movie mood, the artwork for the game is photographic and the game has an accompanying CD soundtrack of original music.
How do you play?
Each game is split into two turn, one for the Heroes and one for the Zombies. The Zombies’ role consists of moving and attacking but they are also capable of spawning new zombies. When a Hero takes a turn, that Hero can attack or can move, and also search, which is where they hunt around for weapons. The game ends when either the objective has been achieved or when the Sun Track Marker reaches the end of the track.
Last Night on Earth Verdict
The Last Night on Earth has a simple set of rules and objectives the players can quickly identify and follow. Anyone who enjoys zombie movies is going to love having the opportunity to experience a zombie survival scenario from within the story. The Last Night on Earth manages to create excitement and an intense drama that sets it apart from other zombie board games. For fans of The Living Dead or George A Romero “dead” movies, The Last Night on Earth is the ideal game to experience just what it is like when the undead walk and it may be The Last Night on Earth!