I’ve been working on a zombie game. Zombies are all the rage lately and they are simple and fun to play. Which makes them great games to play with kids who have never seen let alone played a miniature game. So after gathering up some toy cars and making a little terrain and painting up a few DELTA style figures I set up a game last night at youth group. The background had their group of survivors running out of gas on highway. Their way is blocked by an old accident on the road and so they have to run to the other end of the table and pick up the gas and run back while trying not to be killed by the zombie horde. I put a couple of tokens out to “pop” zombies when they come in line of sight and also smattered a few around the board to make things interesting. The other way that zombies “popped” was whenever they fired their weapons. I used an eight sided die for the number of zombies and the top point of the die pointed to the area of the table edge they came in on. The rules were simple, sided die for all rolls and simple to hit number and then a servility roll to see if they took out the target. Characters moved 6” normally but could run. Zombies moved a normal 5” but could not run. Like I said simple. It had to be played in about an hour. Needless to say they won, perhaps with a little help from their priest.