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Zombie Mosh

board game

"If you're going to go, go big," Bucephalus Games President Dan Tibbles proclaimed. And go big he did. In 2008, Tibbles launched his fledgling company Bucephalus Games with a whopping g 37 titles, instead of testing the waters with just one or two. These games span many genres, including strategy games, card games, party games, and general board games. Bucephalus' first 12 products, which were released in July 2008, were in development and testing for two years and are products of game industry veterans. Tibbles plans to sell these games in smaller venues, such as hobby and bookstores, but not in the general market. Zombie Mosh party card game simulates a mosh pit at a rock concerty filled with zombies. Each player receives a mosh character card, and then attempts to deal damage to other players by knocking off "limbs." Each damage card lists a body part, such as arms and legs, which players "throw" at their opponents to knock off the corresponding limb. After losing three limbs, the player is removed from the game, and the last zombie standing wins.

  • Manufacturer: Bucephalus Games
  • Material: plastic | printed paper | printed cardboard
  • Origin: China
  • Style: board game
  • Object ID: 109.18121
  • Credit Line: Gift of Anthony J. Gallela and Bucephalus Games
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