The aim was to create a card game that is easy to learn and family-friendly, can be played in any language, and requires strategic thinking
By combining these aspects you can play it with a very diverse group of people and still have a lot of fun. It doesn’t matter if you are young or old, experienced or new to the game or if you love or hate puppies.
Who is behind the game?
We are Lana Lutz (33) and Nikolas Reichardt (30), the two founders behind Zombie Puppies. We have been working as freelancers in creative and analytical positions for years now and wanted to create something, not for a customer but a community.
What's included with the game?
116 cards (infection, healing, action, puppy, rule and special cards) and a rulebook are included in the game.
How can everyone be assured that they are going to get quality components?
Honestly, we took it quite seriously to develop a game that is well-balanced and fun to play. To have all the hard work ruined by low-budget components or bad gameplay would not justify all the hard work we have put into this game for 2 years and would not justify standing for this game with our names.
How long does it take to learn and play?
Zombie Puppies is an easy-to-learn game that won’t take longer than 10 minutes to learn. Being language-independent, once you get the hang of it, you can easily play it without looking into the rules and stop the fun! If you still need to check, we are producing small rule cards for you to peek during the game.
Can I get Zombie Puppies in other languages?
Zombie Puppies is language independent. The only texts you will find are in the rulebook. We will translate the rulebook in a digital version for more than 6 languages! You are welcome to help us out and provide a fan-translation if your language hasn’t been translated yet.