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Zombie Bingo and Other Digital Card Games

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Hi! I'm Mark and I invite you to try out a few games of my own design. These are fun, simple, easy to learn, and quick to play mini table top games.

GAMES ARE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD.

Game #1: Zombie Bingo!

- A lot like regular Bingo, except Zombies want to eat you! The object of the game is to match a line of 5 spaces in a row. Horizontally, Vertically, or Diagonally before your opponents AND before the zombies get you.
- In order to determine the spaces "called", players roll 2 dice. One die determines the column and the other determines the row, like coordinates.
- Don't roll a 6, because zombies! Every 6 earns you an red attack token. Collect 6 attack tokens and you're dead!
- But just because you're dead doesn't your game's over! Now you're fighting with the Zombies!
- Digital cards will 5x7 inches.
- You WILL have to cut out the tokens yourself in order to play. I suggest carefully with a ruler and an X-acto blade.
- Each game includes 4 players cards and 2 double-sided token cards.
- Print and Play PDF only.


Game #2: Join the Space Cadets!

- Welcome to The Space Cadets! Your job is to collect tokens and earn your Merit Badges!
- Collect 3 of the same token and trade those in for your merit badges.
- Badges alter gameplay by increasing your opportunities to earn even more badges or hindering your opponents ability to earn badges. Each merit badge bestows a different ability.
- First Cadet to earn all 6 badges wins!
- Print and Play PDF only.


Game #3: Pow! Zap! Boom!

- Ok, so I tried to think of the simplest game I could (and arguably still call it a game). I boiled it all down and came up with this... 3 cards, 1 choice.
- Players get 3 SFX cards they arrange facedown in front of them in any order they want.
- Your opponent must choose any 1 of the 3 cards.
- Blue POW! They win.
- Yellow ZAP! They pick another card from the remaining 2.
- Red BOOM! They lose.
- If after 1 round there's a tie, no one scores, repeat until there's a winner!
- You can play 1 round or use the score card and play up to 8.
- Think of it like poker. Are you the kind of person who would put the same colors in the same spot every time? Is your opponent? Or do you mix it up? Maybe I can get them to give away a little bit of information... a "tell".
- Then why do I get 24 SFX cards? Good question! Because there's also a more complicated set of rules for slightly more strategic gameplay. I'm providing two ways to play but because it's such a simple game that offers the opportunity for a lot of customization. I really hope you create your own "House Rules" version of the game.
- Print and Play PDF only.


On the Print & Play games I'd also suggest printing on card stock. OR you could back your printed pages with a second page of colored paper/card stock (spray glue, attach, let dry, cut).

This is an instant download listing. After payment has cleared you will be able to download this item directly from Etsy through your invoice/order page. The download will be in PDF format. If you have any issues with the files please let me know!

Thanks for taking a look at Zombie Bingo and Other Games!
Hi! I'm Mark and I invite you to try out a few games of my own design. These are fun, simple, easy to learn, and quick to play mini table top games.

GAMES ARE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD.

Game #1: Zombie Bingo!

- A lot like regular Bingo, except Zombies want to eat you! The object of the game is to match a line of 5 spaces in a row. Horizontally, Vertically, or Diagonally before your opponents AND before the zombies get you.
- In order to determine the spaces "called", players roll 2 dice. One die determines the column and the other determines the row, like coordinates.
- Don't roll a 6, because zombies! Every 6 earns you an red attack token. Collect 6 attack tokens and you're dead!
- But just because you're dead doesn't your game's over! Now you're fighting with the Zombies!
- Digital cards will 5x7 inches.
- You WILL have to cut out the tokens yourself in order to play. I suggest carefully with a ruler and an X-acto blade.
- Each game includes 4 players cards and 2 double-sided token cards.
- Print and Play PDF only.


Game #2: Join the Space Cadets!

- Welcome to The Space Cadets! Your job is to collect tokens and earn your Merit Badges!
- Collect 3 of the same token and trade those in for your merit badges.
- Badges alter gameplay by increasing your opportunities to earn even more badges or hindering your opponents ability to earn badges. Each merit badge bestows a different ability.
- First Cadet to earn all 6 badges wins!
- Print and Play PDF only.


Game #3: Pow! Zap! Boom!

- Ok, so I tried to think of the simplest game I could (and arguably still call it a game). I boiled it all down and came up with this... 3 cards, 1 choice.
- Players get 3 SFX cards they arrange facedown in front of them in any order they want.
- Your opponent must choose any 1 of the 3 cards.
- Blue POW! They win.
- Yellow ZAP! They pick another card from the remaining 2.
- Red BOOM! They lose.
- If after 1 round there's a tie, no one scores, repeat until there's a winner!
- You can play 1 round or use the score card and play up to 8.
- Think of it like poker. Are you the kind of person who would put the same colors in the same spot every time? Is your opponent? Or do you mix it up? Maybe I can get them to give away a little bit of information... a "tell".
- Then why do I get 24 SFX cards? Good question! Because there's also a more complicated set of rules for slightly more strategic gameplay. I'm providing two ways to play but because it's such a simple game that offers the opportunity for a lot of customization. I really hope you create your own "House Rules" version of the game.
- Print and Play PDF only.


On the Print & Play games I'd also suggest printing on card stock. OR you could back your printed pages with a second page of colored paper/card stock (spray glue, attach, let dry, cut).

This is an instant download listing. After payment has cleared you will be able to download this item directly from Etsy through your invoice/order page. The download will be in PDF format. If you have any issues with the files please let me know!

Thanks for taking a look at Zombie Bingo and Other Games!

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5. Bundling the files, in any way, as part of another scrapbooking or digital paper bundles online. Even if the patterns are altered.
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TERMS OF USE and License Informations:

By purchasing a physical product you receive only the physical product. No reproduction is allowed. All rights are retained by Mark Gonyea. The copyright remains with Mark Gonyea.

- - -

By purchasing a digital product you receive only a single image, not a full right to the graphics. All rights are retained by Mark Gonyea. The copyright remains with Mark Gonyea.

PERSONAL USE: Feel free to use my items for personal use!

COMMERCIAL USE:
Unless otherwise stated in the listing (see specific Fonts and Vectors), images within my shop are not authorized for commercial use. Please contact me if you wish to fully license these images.

UNAUTHORIZED USES:
1.Selling patterns as printed photo backdrops, or similar products.
2.Using the patterns on "print on demand" services such as zazzle and cafepress
3. Printing them on phone cases, accessories, etc
4. Giving files away as freebies
5. Bundling the files, in any way, as part of another scrapbooking or digital paper bundles online. Even if the patterns are altered.
6. Printing them and selling them.

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