The University Libraries hosted our popular Humans versus Zombies event on October 17. The afterhours, interactive game featured nerf guns, teamwork and a furniture being rearranged to create forts and barricades to out play, outwit and out last a zombie apocalypse.
“We were thrilled to be able to bring this fun night back to our Library and campus,” said event host and Coordinator of Library Technology Services, Scott Rice. “The event was on hiatus during Covid so the students and Library Faculty and Staff were excited to see it return. We did two rounds with about 150 participants per round.” Rice commented. “What a great way to show our students the library isn’t just a place filled with books and quiet study.”
Humans v Zombies is an interactive game where zombies attempt to decimate the human population. Everyone is equipped with a nerf gun except for the couple of "zombies" to start off the game. Zombies can turn humans into zombies by touching a human with both hands. Humans can "kill" zombies by shooting them with a nerf gun. Alliances and fun encouraged! Snacks and water will be provided.
See the Humans vs. Zombies guide for details and rules, and don't forget to bring your nerf blaster!
Related LibGuide: Humans Vs Zombies by Scott Rice