CITY OF ZOMBIES – Making maths fun for everyone
The brain crunching family game that makes maths fun!
Take on the Zombies and their Alien masters in City of Zombies, the award winning board game that improves maths as you play!
1 to 6 Players | Ages 6 to 99 | Cooperative | Maths Development
We’ve invented a new way for you to learn how to play City of Zombies! It’s called a GameFlow Guide and it will teach you how to play without needing to read the rules!
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Complete Challenges and get rewards!
Works with all editions of City of Zombies.
Fight Zombies | Save Survivors | Escape the City
Aliens are invading and turning everyone in the City into Zombies! For the moment you are safe behind the Barricade and a Rescue Plane is coming… But so are the Zombies!
Aim of the game
Team up and work together to defend the Barricade from the advancing Zombies.
Everyone wins if they can protect the Barricade until the Rescue Plane lands.
Everyone loses if 6 Zombies reach the Barricade.
This is the best maths game I’ve ever seen
Great for developing mental maths skills.
My child’s ability to do times tables and division has improved massively and only after playing half a dozen times.
Paperdoll – Amazon.co.uk
A brilliant game! Our 7 year old was so excited by the zombies he didn’t notice we were actually doing maths.
Working as a team means his attention was kept even if he was slower to see the trickier dice options at times. The different levels mean there’s huge scope for it to grow with his confidence too. We adults enjoyed it just as much!
Happy Parent – BrightMinds.co.uk
Learn to play, play to learn
City of Zombies is played over a number of rounds.
Each round is made up of the following steps:
1. Zombies Spawn
2. Players Fight Zombies
3. Remaining Zombies advance
4. Move Rescue Plane
The game ends either when the Plane lands and everyone wins, or 6 Zombies reach the Barricade and everyone loses.
How to Fight Zombies
Each player takes it in turn to fight Zombies by rolling the three battle dice.
You can defeat a Zombie using 1, 2 or all 3 dice.
Dice can be combined in the following ways:
Players can add two or even all three dice together.
Players can subtract dice from each other.
Multiply or Divide
Dice can be multiplied or divided together.
Build combos with 2 or 3 dice using difference maths operations.
A handy hint that shows number combos to reach that Zombie’s strength
Take it to the next level
Dice can be Powered up and down, a useful skill to master. Powering up dice allows you to target and remove more Zombies on your turn.
4 x 4 = 16
(2 + 3 = 5) 5 x 5 = 25
6 x 6 = 36
√4 = 2
So you can see a roll of 4 is really useful…
It can be used as a 4, powered up to 16, or powered down to a 2!
CITY OF ZOMBIES
Simply follow the instructions one step at a time and our unique GameFlow Guide will teach you how to play City of Zombies without having to read the rules!
A GameFlow Guide is included in every new copy of City of Zombies.
Designed with the help of Teachers
We worked with parents, teachers, educators and gamers to ensure that City of Zombie is not only a brilliant family board game, but a powerful maths resource that makes maths fun for everyone.
Play at home to help improve maths.
Play at school to get the whole class engaged and excited about maths.
It only takes moments to setup ready to play.
No need to read the rules, our GameFlow Guide teaches as you play.
4 levels to challenge players as their maths skill improve
Maths has never been so much fun!
Keeps even the most reluctant mathematicians engaged and involved
City of Zombies
Bringing Maths to life
City of Zombies is not only being used at home and in home education, it’s being used in schools and colleges across the country to improve maths.
Talk to us about using our maths games in your school
Pupils at Cokethorpe School enjoying a Zombie Maths Day School Visit
Teacher Craig Thompson-Wood talks about the amazing difference City of Zombies has made to the math skills of his pupils.
Teacher Craig Thompson-Wood talks about City of Zombies and how he implements the game in his classroom.
Paul Grogan provides a short rules overview video for City of Zombies