|Author: Codi Moore|
|Posted: January 31, 2017 at 5:30PM|
We hope everyone had a relaxing break and has settled into the semester quite soundly.
Firstly, we're happy to announce that we'll be having a survival games on 11 February, at noon at Sweetheart Circle, and we'd love to see you out there. In addition to this, we'll be having a bake sale to advertise our game from 1-4 on February 13th and 14th at the Russell Union, so please support our club and tell your friends!
Additionally, the game moderators of Humans Versus Zombies @ Georgia Southern are proud to announce that our first game of Spring 2017, HvZ: ░░░░░░, will take place starting on 15 February. Dates for our nightly missions are as follows:
The optional but highly encouraged Mission 0 at 12:00 am Wednesday 15 February.
Mission 1 at 7:30 pm Wednesday 15 February
Mission 2 at 7:30 pm Thursday, 16 February
Mission 3 at 7:30 pm Monday, 20 February
Mission 4 at 7:30 pm Wednesday, 22 February
The Final Mission, which you must complete to 'survive' as a human at 7:30 pm Friday 24 February
Before the game starts you should:
Sign up here!
Get a Bandana. Players will be marked by bandanas during the entirety of the game. Humans must wear their bandana on their left arm, between the shoulder and elbow. Zombies must wear their bandana around their forehead when active and around the neck when stunned. Bandanas must be 100% visible at all times and be worn on the outside of any clothing (ie over hats, hoodies, long hair etc…) Bandanas must have a strip of visible neon duct tape to distinguish players from non-players.
Our game is always free to play, but surviving as a human can be difficult without a dart blaster or socks. Darts and Socks may be thrown by human players to stun a zombie.You may not modify darts in any way, including adding weight, balance or rigidity. A sock may be enhanced with a single strip of tape, strip of Velcro or rubber band to hold it together. Socks may not be combined with other socks, rocks, ball bearings or other heavy objects.
All brands of dart blasters in their ‘stock’ unmodified form are accepted, as long as they are not colored to resemble a real firearm. Modifications to the blaster’s internal mechanisms are allowed, but must be reviewed by a mod before the modified blaster can be used.
Further information regarding the game can be found on our Facebook page here.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Humans Vs Zombies Moderators