Unicorns and Zombies: Hot New Card Game Expected to Be Among the Best of 2019

(Isstories Editorial):- Los Angeles, Aug 1, 2018 (Issuewire.com) – Unicorns and Zombies is the colorfully addictive card game that is sweeping the nation. The developers, and self proclaimed intelligent geeks, are using the crowdfunding website Kickstarter to produce and ship the first board games to the public. Card games fans are responding in droves and the games funding goal of 12,000 dollars is nearly complete.

We are so happy to see the positive response to our Kickstarter campaign and only have a bit farther to go to meet our funding target of 12K, said one of the creators. We hope to reach our goal with the help of more card game fans so we can all start playing live and interacting online.

Unicorns and Zombies is a creative synthesis of hilarious graphics, beautifully unique cartoon characters, and deep thinking strategy. In the game, an army of rotting, undead zombies fight a magical squad of unicorns to the death in a battle-scarred future world. Each player chooses a side and then jockeys for dominance using a their individual card-awarded character skills, action gear and cunning battle moves.

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The popular Kickstarter campaign has already raised a majority money needed to start producing the game, and the developers hope they will soon cross over the financial finish line so they can begin shipping to fans. The campaign must meet its goal or face cancellation.

Once we reach our funding goal, said one of the game developers, we look forward to creating an online society of people who are passionate about battles between Unicorns and Zombies!

The game is high octane action, and always unpredictable. Each battle is entirely different, and usually lasts approximately 15 20 minutes. Leading a squad of Unicorns or a crew of Zombies to victory in this fast-paced game can be both thrilling, and infuriating. Frustrated players have been known to upturn and throw the board game before quitting. Alternatively, winning the battle can be incredibly exhilarating and satisfying.

The games creators did an excellent job of combining a myriad of characters, each with individual strengths, and thousands of possibilities that keep the game ever-changing. Like most popular games, Unicorns and Zombies is easy to learn, but challenging to master.

We put countless hours into fine tuning each aspect of the game, says one creator. Now, we are ready to go into production and hope the public will visit our crowdfunding website Kickstarter page to get the game for themselves.

Unicorns and Zombies has attracted fans from all over the world. These card game devotees are looking forward the official release so they can get the battles underway. With the help of donations, the project is guaranteed to ship. The project, however, is an all or nothing campaign, which means the team behind Unicorns and Zombies must meet their entire $12,000 goal in order to go forward. Anything short of this will result in the campaigns cancellation, with no funds distributed to the game makers.

Supporters have until Wednesday August 15th to contribute. The production team is encouraging card game fans everywhere, with an interest in an all new challenge, to visit the Kickstarter website and help fund Unicorns and Zombies. Those backers who would like to support Unicorns and Zombies can be among the first to receive a copy of the game and special, exclusive cards available only through donating at the Unicorns and Zombie Kickstarter page.


Unicorns & Zombies is a turn-based card game for 2-4 players which pits unicorns against zombies.


Kickstarter Project – http://kck.st/2uDSiAX

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Board Game Geek – https://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/241925/unicorns-zombies

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