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Zombie Kidz Evolution Review

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01 Dec 2020 00:00 #316751 by We-reNotWizards
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01 Dec 2020 12:00 #316752 by dysjunct
Great game; my kid and I got so much mileage out of it. We still play it occasionally even though we finished all the legacy elements long ago.

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01 Dec 2020 12:28 #316753 by diaper
Replied by diaper on topic Zombie Kidz Evolution Review
Played this with two kids, eight and ten, last Christmas. We loved it initially but thought it became stale and predictable in the legacy element. After a while there was not much surprise in what was going to be in the envelopes.

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01 Dec 2020 14:31 #316760 by charlest

diaper wrote: Played this with two kids, eight and ten, last Christmas. We loved it initially but thought it became stale and predictable in the legacy element. After a while there was not much surprise in what was going to be in the envelopes.


We felt the exact same way.

I play this two player with my daughter (she just turned 7), and we really enjoyed it at first. We lose much more often than we win - which neither of us mind at all - but this prolongs the envelop opening as we tend to rarely score an achievement in our last half dozen plays.

It became tired after 15ish plays and I don't know if we will ever get back to it.

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01 Dec 2020 14:44 #316764 by mc
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Yep, same as above. Picked this up to try and wean the kids of Forbidden Desert. Envelopes became predictable, and, really, most of the game is "roll white" isn't it.

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