Alien zombies started to invade Kickstarter and thousands of heroic board gamers across the globe are helping publisher CMON to fight them off.

If you are a fan of the Zombicide series and/or love miniature games, head over to Kickstarter and back Zombicide: Invader. You can either pledge the base game + one exclusive survivor + stretch goals for $100 or add another $50 to also receive a second survivor and the first official expansion.

As usual for pretty much any CMON Kickstarter campaign, there are tons of stretch goals to unlock new survivors and zombies – many of them looking very familiar and taken straight out of popular sci-fi movies.

About the game:

Exploring the far reaches of the galaxy was still a dream when a forward scouting mission discovered the small planet PK-L7. Initial tests indicated that deep below the surface there was a powerful fuel source, Xenium, that could turn the dream of interstellar travel into a reality. This discovery kicked off a ‘gold rush’ reaction, with a mining base being set up and international Civilians and Soldiers making tracks for the planet. However, humans weren’t the first creatures to start extracting the Xenium.

The Xenos were a mysterious, but peaceful, race of creatures that were collecting Xenium for their own purposes. Communication with them was impossible, so humans and Xenos kept to themselves… but something has changed. Out of nowhere, the Xenos have become incredibly aggressive, attacking humans with a single-minded drive to kill. The Civilians and Soldiers will have to band together as Survivors if they hope to get off this planet alive!

In Zombicide: Invader, 1 to 6 players take on the role of Survivors in an isolated space outpost. Civilians and Soldiers each have their own set of skills that can be taken advantage of in different situations, plus the base comes stocked with helpful Equipment and futuristic Weapons.

Zombicide: Invader is played over a series of different Missions or in one-off adventures. Players work together to complete objectives and winning or losing depends on their ability to complete required tasks. They will have to become a team if they hope to fight back these bloodthirsty extraterrestrials.

You haven’t played a Zombicide game before? Check out our Zombicide: Black  Plague and Zombicide: Green Horde reviews.

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