Horror Corp Entertainment and the Oz Apocalypse team have built Australia's first 'in real life' gaming environment that is networked with state-of-the-art Apocalypse software, developed and designed by the world leaders in the Zombie Apocalypse Experience, Apocalypse Global and iCombat. All in all, the Apocalypse should last one hour, depending on participation rates. The burning wreckage will be peppered with bloodthirsty zombies aplenty and ruthless raiders, all vying to get their hands on your mortal flesh. All information presented is as accurate as possible but is subject to change without notice. He is a soldier of love who will carry you on his strong back of awesomeness when the zombie apocalypse arrives. We based our picks on low population density, zombie-impeding topography and proximity to food sources. For a strictly limited season - Thursday 16 April to Sunday 10 May - the infected undead will be waiting around every corner of a fully-immersive apocalyptic environment, where teams of eight survivors, deep within an abandoned, over-run medical facility, use realistic tactical, point-scoring laser weaponry to survive.
Find your inner zombie slayer at the Melbourne Showgrounds from Thursday April 16 to Sunday May 10. Kids can run the course as a survivor or a zombie and have the option to have some make-up applied before their starting wave. For other zombie-related adventures, visit or in nearby Chelsea. This is what the future of gaming looks like. Unlike in the states and going through Nevada, you could go 300-500km without seeing anyone or anything. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays are dedicated to the epic Lazarus, while weekdays and weeknights give those who love games like Call of Duty the chance to combat team vs team in the Battle Apocalypse arena with an armoury of life-like, military-grade laser weaponry. So popular is this fun-filled endeavour that it now goes by this widely recognised abbreviation.
Weapons will include horror of horrors balled up socks and toy foam blasters that miraculously paralyze zombies for twenty seconds. The zombies will give a good chase to take them from you, and the onus is on you to make it back to the safe zone instead of joining the undead masses. The zombie apocalypse is coming to Melbourne, though not the way you imagine it to be. Imagine Walking Dead the ride meets Tommorrowland and come see what we have in store for you in our amazing themed warehouse space. Music sounds like western music unless you talk about aboriginal music.
Didn't Go Zombies have infected Mornington Peninsula in Victoria and it's only a matter of time before they take over Peninsula Obstacle Racing Course on Saturday, 17 February 2018. Play your cards right and that one person can be you. Life has been turned into chaos the forces of evil have been unleashed on the world and the dead have arisen, as hell has started to over flow and the undead spill back into the street with no where to go, they hunger for the flesh of the living. Amongst all the chaos is a shadow group that seems to be at the root of the outbreak. On your mission, you'll be equipped with an array of destructive weapons including an Assault Rifle, a Pump-Action Shotgun and a Sniper Rifle. Completion of all missions will involve more than 60 obstacles over 7km of zombie infested terrain.
There are two supermarkets within 6 kilometres. At registration you will be provided with a Life Belt and three life flags. Your heart will be racing the entire time as you test your ability to survive our zombie infested course. If you've ever wondered how you'd act in a real-life zombie apocalypse, Zero Latency will let you happily or unhappily find out. At the end of the walk, you can expect a legendary zombie dance party. On 25 October, Meburnians will be treated to a Tomorrowland-esque event filled with food, booze, and music — but not before they pass through a haunted house filled with flesh-hungry zombies first! Specifically, the Bimberi Wilderness provides a vast refuge in the very unlikely event Tharwa is overrun. There are limited spaces available, and you can be either a runner, a zombie, or both.
Built to code, multiple accesses, some creative shops with apartments on top, etc. Neighbouring Kalamunda Park offers hilly high ground that could be easily fortified should worse come worse. The title is also available for free to. Perhaps best of all, the local crocs will take care of most of the zombies for you. Get down to Zero Latency whenever it suits to join up with fellow humans in battle with the creeping corpses and rebel raiders. Their craft beer selection is limited- but super tasty. Your only hope of survival is to work together with your team and locate a transport ship for extraction.
. Beware though the city may not be as abandoned as it seems. Will you venture into the darkness and seek the unknown? Best of all, the suburb is surrounded on three sides by the Brisbane River, with a narrow isthmus that could easily be blocked off. So why not zombify yourself and join the living dead? Defy Gravity Walk among flying whales and parrot rays and connect the platforms to progress through the game. At only two people per square kilometre, the potential zombie density is incredibly low. Brisbane: Kholo Kholo might be our favourite zombie-proof suburb because it has so many things going for it. Colourful characters and bright, friendly music accompany you on the journey.
If things get real desperate, you'll have a Heavy Assault Rifle and a fully automatic Mini Gun towards the end ready to blow some serious brains out. Make your way through the cityscape careful to navigate the alley ways and brick turns avoiding obstacles while moving in the dark. Beginning at Beeson Reserve in Edithvale, the horde will shuffle through Chelsea and finally reaching their ultimate destination of the Popcorn Video shop in Bonbeach. Be warned — this is not for the faint hearted. Once they make it through the course and back to the safe zone, they will receive a Zombie Aporcalypse medal. Hobart: Pelverata Much like Darwin, Hobart is an embarrassment of riches when it comes to zombie-proof areas.
Remember, shoot for the head to keep them dead! Picture source: © ; Google Earth. The shuffle consists of thousands of zombie enthusiasts convincingly dressed as the undead and walking the streets of Melbourne City. Fridays Saturdays and Sundays are dedicated to the epic while weekdays and weeknights give those who love games like Call of Duty the chance to combat team vs team in the arena with an armoury of life-like military-grade laser weaponry. Visitors will be treated to a full abandoned city scape Haunted House filled with zombies trying to eat your flesh. Picture source: Alan Lewis; Google Earth. Being fuel and water with you if you venture into the bush. Horror Corp Entertainment and the Oz Apocalypse team are bringing the live-action games Lazarus and Battle Apocalyse to Melbourne for a limited season of undead mayhem.