If “Homeward Bound meets The Walking Dead” sounds interesting to you, then Good Dog, Bad Zombie is most certainly proper up your (most probably darkish and zombie-infested) alley. This is how board-game builders Make Big Things describe their new tabletop recreation, which is these days in search of investment for manufacturing thru a Kickstarter marketing campaign. In GDBZ (which is a laugh to mention speedy), gamers paintings cooperatively (learn: everybody wins, or everybody loses) to save lots of a post-apocalyptic town from a zombie assault. In the story-based recreation, recreation gamers are individuals of a heroic canine pack rescuing people from a zombie apocalypse; the use of their particular powers (comparable to snuggling, protective, or being grumpy), the doggy pack searches town for human survivors and herds them to protection in Central Bark — all whilst once in a while pausing to, , lick themselves. Extra coolness issue: GDBZ is ethically produced through a worker-owned cooperative the use of environmentally pleasant and sustainable manufacturing strategies, AND the Kickstarter marketing campaign may also lend a hand get advantages One Tail at a Time, a no-kill rescue and adoption middle. Sniff out extra about Good Dog, Bad Zombie over at Kickstarter.