Monday, 14 December 2015

Zombicide Goes Medieval


Well, they promised it would be here before Christmas and they lived up to their word. Cool Mini Or Not delivered the box set of Zombicide:Black Plague yesterday – the first instalment from the summer Kickstarter.


It's Zombicide alright, but not as we know it!

I opened the box and had a quick rummage around. It all looks very similar to the original, I just get the impression they've improved things across the board. The dashboards look great and the associated colour-coded pegs and base covers look really useful. But enough about that… what about the models?!


They definitely seem to have improved things in the last few years – these models have tonnes of detail on them and are just begging to be painted. Whether it'll be enough to get me to paint them is another matter, but we will see.


They are very nice though.


No doubt there will be games played over the Christmas holidays…




14 comments:

  1. Glad to see yours arrived. We're all still waiting to hear about ours turning up :)

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    1. I think I was very keen about this one and pledged early on!

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    2. Mine just turned up. It seems DPD were listening and decided to pop in and drop it off at work.

      Perfect timing to join the Analogue painting challenge too :D

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  2. I couldn't resist and played the tutorial through this morning! Much the same, but some interesting twists, like friendly fire and armour saves! Hooked already!

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    1. I bet you already have at least one zombie on the painting table ;)

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  3. Great news. I'm waiting for mine and hope it will arrive in Sweden before x-mas.
    That armed nun will go directly to the painting table - she'll be a great addition to my religious pulp-gang :-)

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    1. You'll have fun painting her no doubt!

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    2. I'll have fun playing Pulp Alley with her for sure. But that's just a bonus, the real fun will be Zombiecide

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    1. They do look pretty good models, even for mass produced plastic.

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  5. I am looking forward to receiving mine. Not planning to open it until Christmas morning. Something to really look forward to.

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    1. That's terribly disciplined, I couldn't wait that long!

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  6. Looks very interesting. I'm looking forward to some AAR then.
    :-)

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