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  • I love zombies! Well, it's a tough kind of love that involve riddling them with shotgun pellets, dousing them in gasoline and hacking them in little pieces, but I do love them. When you'll want some guinea pigs for the game, be sure to post it here. :-)

    As for the logo. Do you have a name for the game?
    • Hi Yanick,

      "Name" should have been a bullet point, I guess. So far, it's kind of minizombies but that was never intended to be permanent. Stealing from both Urban Dead and Kingdom of Loathing would give us Kingdom of Lurching, but stealing too heavily can be bad and it's not nearly as funny as KoL. Could call it "Slowass Zombies" and thus avoid having to buy a domain name for it (it already runs on If I had players, I could ask them to name it. That might be the way to go -- the lazy way.

      Dunno! Ideas?

      I could use some pre-playtesting sanity checking. That's actually why I was posting ;) []

      As it is, it would take a while to find the people already on it (me and a couple of friends who I've conned into logging on but haven't spent any significant time playing with the thing) and the only structure already built. Might have to send me an initial email to and request I summon you.

      If I can get one person to say, "yeah, I think this might be playable", I'll launch playtesting and try to recruit players from a wider audience.


      • Could call it "Slowass Zombies"

        I like that. It has a ring to it. And it just invites taglines like "slow and steady wins the brain". :-)

        I could use some pre-playtesting sanity checking.

        Excellent. I've already logged, and I'll sniff around and let you know if I can think of something.