Ever since I was a little kid I was into TCGs and other card games. And thankfully there are a lot of zombie card games out there!
Ranging from trading card games to regular card games. If its about zombies and is played with cards… you’ll find it here!
Eaten by Zombies by Maydaygames is a deck building game where players strive to survive as the horde of the living dead make it their goal in Death to force you to join the crowd. You must work with or against the other survivors to be the last one standing. Using the swag you’ve got on you (ie cards in you hand) you must survive any way you can.
If you can get away or kill the Horde, you may scavenge the remains of the desolate suburbs for any Swag the neighbors may have left behind.
This game is a combination of Card Drafting, Hand Management and Survival Horror with a few dirty tricks thrown in.
25 Zombies in 5 levels (25 cards)
4 individual Starting Player Decks (48 cards)
25 Swag Card Sets (125 cards)
31 Tab Dividers & Rulebook
Resident Evil Resident Evil Deck Building Game is a game of strategy where players construct their card decks as they play. Choose from one of your favorite Resident Evil characters, including Chris Redfield, Jill Valentine, or Albert Wesker among others. Starting with only the most basic items and weapons, players build their arsenal with additional Weapons, Ammunition, Action or Item cards as the game progresses, customizing their decks and improving their ability to defeat the Infected!
Game box contains 250 Cards and 1 Game Manual
2-4 players per game
30 minutes to play
Massive replay value
Tactical card game
There are also playmats available as well:
Players start off with the basic rules: draw 1, play 1. After that, everything changes. There are now six types of cards:Keeper cards (possessions), New Rule cards (changes gameplay rules), Action cards (one-time actions), Goal cards (victory conditions), Creeper cards (undesirable Keepers), Ungoal cards (conditions in which everybody loses).
Meet the goal to win the game. A constantly-changing and challenging, but light and ultimately fun game. Everyone loves Fluxx!
Also, you might wanna check this offer for a free wooden box
2 to 6 Player Game
30 Minutes to play
The ever changing zombie card game
Great party game
Munchkin Zombies is a humor filled game designed for pretty much anyone who loves card games. The players are zombies, kicking down doors and eating brains. The “monsters” they’re attacking are people, some helpless and some hazardous, with a few rogue zombies thrown in. The armor is whatever they have blundered across during their lurching search for brains.
There are also expansions like:
plus… a fun Munchkin Zombies Kill-O-Meter (too bad it doesn’t go to 7.? billion )
3 to 6 player Game
60 minutes to play
In Give Me The Brain by James Ernest (Lord of the Fries), all the players are zombies, shuffling and moaning through their horrible jobs. Whoever gets rid of all his jobs first will win. Every turn, you can do a couple of things and, if you’re sneaky, you can also push a job or two onto the other players.
The catch – Some jobs actually require a brain and there’s only one in the whole restaurant and the zombies keep dropping it.
A 3 to 8 player game
Less than an hour to play
Fast food zombie action
In Mmm…Brains! you and your zombie friends roll the dice and rush to collect as many brains as possible. After all the brains are gone, roll the dice and force your opponents to drop their precious brains.
Be the last with any brains and win the game! 50 custom sculpted brains, 5 custom dice and 5 cards.
3 to 5 players
15 minutes to play
For 3-5 players
Takes about 20 minutes to play
With two modes of play and 104 cards the Walking Dead Card Game promises to entertain you and your 9 friends ( the game is for 2 – 10 players ). The game lasts for 10 – 30 minutes.
The reviews are solid… giving it mostly 4 out of 5 stars.
This is by far the cheapest and best reviewed zombie deck of playing cards. It averages a 4.6 on Amazon and hands down beats a lot of decks we are not even going to mention do to them being overpriced and of very low quality.
Although this isn’t a trading card game or anything similar to it… this is a 52 poker card set, and everyone needs at least one!
Yes, Max Brooks made a deck! It is not a game but a deck of flash cards with instructions on how to survive the upcoming zombie apocalypse.
If you’ve stumbled upon a new zombie TCG or a similar card game please let us know and contact us.