Zombies the Board Game and Other Toys

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It is time for another post about toys! – YAY.

Since X-Mas is coming up — I know, Thanksgiving is this week but I don’t get gifts for Thanksgiving so we are jumping ahead to X-Mas.

The First on the list is the Flesh Eating Zombie Playset.

[singlepic id=920 w=160 h=140 float=left] There is no better way to celebrate the eating of flesh than with a zombie outbreak!

Now you can spend hours creating your own zombie apocalypse. Set up scenarios of zombies invading your school, the mall or even your Thanksgiving dinner.  Fun for the whole family until your family turns on you and eats your skull.

If action figures are not your thing – don’t worry because we have the ‘Oh No…ZOMBIES!‘ board game.

[singlepic id=921 w=320 h=240 float=right]  This game is not out yet, but will be available early December.

It’s come to this. You’re trapped in the middle of nowhere inside a rundown shack surrounded by zombies. Your cell phone doesn’t get reception and the land lines just emit a constant busy signal. Your only hope for survival is to get to one of the abandoned stores so you can get a battery for the CB radio in the shack and a shotgun to help you survive the trip back. Good luck with that. Includes spooky gameboard, fourteen 2″ tall, plastic game pieces, thirty-four cards and three dice.

You can pick up ‘Oh No..Zombies!’ at Archie McPhee

This final zombie pick is something that would make me very happy if you got it for me… I mean, is an awesome product that would make anyone happy to have in their collection.  Yes, I am talking about SideShow Collectibles’ 

The origin of the virus is yet unknown as humanity struggles to contain the  Dead. Without answers, the hordes multiply rapidly. Few attempts to kill them have succeeded, but scientists have gathered a small number of specimens for testing and training. The answer seems to lay with the head, the brain of the once reanimated corpse. These specimens seem to offer a cure, and when they find one, you must Be Ready.

This would make a wonderful x-mas gift.... for me

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Jason Bayless

Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends, working with Center for Farmworker Families and spending his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and playing VR games.

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