Bang! The Dice Game: The Walking Dead review - Board Game.
BANG! The Walking Dead. BANG! The Walking Dead. Write review. Number of players: 3 - 8 players; Genre: Survival; Type: Card games, Dice games; Rank 7792 in Board Games. Save this product to a list. Save. Notify me when the price drops. Price alert. Compare to other products. Compare. BANG! The Walking Dead. Save this product to a list. Notify me when the price drops.
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The Walking Dead BANG! Game is a new version of the classic BANG game that is filled with zombies. Your favorite Walking Dead factions will face off in a battle to survive. Zombie fans will have some serious undead fun with this game. Each player is a famous Walking Dead character in the roles of Leader, Savior, Survivor, or Loner. BANG!: The Walking Dead Game. For Ages 13 and Up; The Walking.
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The western-themed role-playing card game Bang! has a special version based on The Walking Dead. The game of Thud is basically a Discworld themed variant of Viking tafl games. Since Snakes and Ladders isn't trademarked in the UK (although in the US Chutes and Ladders is a Hasbro IP), anyone can make a version based on their own properties.
Bang! is a Wild West-themed social deduction card game designed by Emiliano Sciarra and released by Italian publisher DV Giochi in 2002. In 2004, Bang! won the Origins Award for Best Traditional Card Game of 2003 and Best Graphic Design of a Card Game or Expansion. The game is known worldwide as Bang!, except in France, where it was known as Wanted! until September 2009.