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    In the Walking Dead board game, you'll fight your way
    through zombie-infested Atlanta with fellow survivors. Grab
    some weapons to clear a path. Visit destinations like the
    department store, and old folk's home. Find the tools you'll
    need to live another day. Scrounge for sweet weapons like a
    Shotgun or Crossbow. Keep your eyes open for new allies,
    but watch your back. When supplies start running low, it's
    every man for himself. If you can make it back to camp with
    enough gear to defend yourself and those you still care for,
    you win!

  • Wild Cards - Edible Wild Foods Identification Card Game

  • Worst Case Scenario. In the Worst-Case Scenario Survival
    Game, pictured at the bottom of the page, players face
    interesting or dangerous situations. Can you fend off a
    shark? Clear a jammed copy machine? Survive a five-story
    fall into a dumpster? Land an airplane? It's up to you to get
    out of your Worst-Case scenario. Give your best answer if
    you're right move on; if you're not, your situation only gets

  • See also Worst Case Scenario Junior!

  • Yahtzee

  • Zombies Board Game: It's come to this. You're trapped in
    the middle of nowhere inside a rundown shack surrounded by
    zombies. Your cell phone doesn't get reception and the land
    lines just emit a constant busy signal. Your only hope for
    survival is to get to one of the abandoned stores so you can
    get a battery for the CB radio in the shack and a shotgun to
    help you survive the trip back. Good luck with that. Includes
    spooky gameboard, fourteen 2" tall, plastic game pieces,
    thirty-four cards and three dice.

  • Zombie playing cards. There are hundreds of games
    possible with a deck of cards, but owning a deck of Zombie
    playing cards is certainly more entertaining. Did you know
    many 72-hour bugout bags include playing cards to help pass
    time in a crisis?

Know the rules of the game!
The only real rule is to have fun. Have at least a dozen board
games in your preps to avoid boredom. Ensure that at least a few
of them are new so that you'll have something interesting for the
kids to pass away the time. Be sure also to have games above
the age levels your kids play today. In this way, your preps will
serve them into the future. You might also use them as gifts for

Board games are a great thing to pickup at garage sales (just
make sure to check that all the pieces are still included in the

A word on laser tag and paint ball...
Want to head out for some family fun? Laser tag will get the
whole family more prepared in a spirited way (and it won't hurt
like paintball does). Certainly paintball would help give a more
realistic scenario, so if you've got some rough and ready teens
then go for it. The military uses a kind of paint ball for training
practice (simulation is with hard rubber balls), so why not

Happy endings..
A prepper family that plays together stays together. Keep
everyone safe at home and together. Play more games. Don't be
bored in the bunker!

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  • Scrabble

  • Ticket to Ride: NOTE: this board game, pictured top right is
    highly rated on Amazon (5-STARs by hundreds of verified

  • Trivial Pursuit

  • Trouble

  • Walking Dead Board Game. In the Walking Dead Board
    game, only the strong survive! The weak turn into walkers,
    and then turn against their former friends.
Pandemic Board Game. Almost 1000 people have given a 5-star
rating to the
Pandemic Board Game! Obviously, they enjoy
playing Pandemic and learning from it too. Four diseases have
broken out in the world and it is up to a team of specialists in
various fields to find cures for these diseases before mankind is
wiped out. Players must work together playing to their characters'
strengths and planning their strategy of eradication before the
diseases overwhelm the world with ever-increasing outbreaks. For
example the Operation Specialist can build research stations
which are needed to find cures for the diseases. The Scientist
needs only 4 cards of a particular disease to cure it instead of the
normal 5. But the diseases are out breaking fast and time is
running out: the team must try to stem the tide of infection in
diseased areas while also towards cures. A truly cooperative
game where you all win or you all lose.

  • Pictionary

  • Qwirkle

  • Risk
Board Games for Preppers
Survive boredom with these prepper board games

Don't be bored in the bunker!
Board games make excellent gifts for preppers and you don't need
to wait until doomsday to play them. Survival times will require
stress release and board games can help you have a little fun in
an uncertain world to help provide a sense of normalcy.

Below are some of the usual favorites along with more unusual
board games to ensure you won't go bored when the world goes
off the grid.

Favorite board games for preppers
Survive boredom with these games for preppers:

  • 5 Second rule: It should be easy to name 3 breeds of dogs,
    but can you do it under the pressure of 5 seconds twisting
    down, and with the other players staring at you, waiting for
    you to get flustered? Time's not on your side, so just say
    what comes to mind and risk ridiculous answers slipping as
    time twirls down on the unique twisted timer. It's all in good
    fun with the fast-paced game where you have to Just Spit it
    Out. You simply must play 5 Second Rule!

  • Armageddon Preppin Doomsday Readiness Game. This
    goal of this 2-4 player card game is simple, keep your family
    alive and be the lone survivors of the cataclysmic disasters!
    Each player, in Armageddon Preppin, is the head of a
    household trying to survive an onslaught of disasters. Every
    round you must decide how many of your family members
    will go out searching for supplies, and how many will stay
    sheltered. Family members who are sheltered, are safe from
    disasters. Those that go out, might not come back. Next you
    draw 1 card from any area pile of your choice for each
    unsheltered family member and place them into your hand.
    After you've drawn your cards, you take care of your upkeep
    by discarding 1 food card and 1 water card. If you can't, then
    you lose a family member to starvation or dehydration. Once
    each player has taken a turn, the last player chooses a
    disaster card from the disaster deck of their choice. The red
    ones are the worst. The disasters effect everyone at the
    same time. To survive the effects, you need to use the
    surplus cards you've collected in your hand. For example: The
    Oil Crisis Disaster card is drawn. It takes 1 shelter and 1
    food away from everyone, or else you lose 1 family member.
    In my hand I have 2 Waters, 1 Food, a Generator and a Gas
    Mask. I will discard my food and generator to survive the
    disaster. After everyone has dealt with the disaster, the next
    round begins starting with the player to the left of the
    person who just drew the disaster. The game ends when
    there is only one player left, crowning them the most

  • Apples to Apples. Mattel's Apples to Apples party game is a
    family-friendly card game that’s won numerous awards.
    Apples to Apples challenges you to think on your feet, get a
    little silly, and find out how your friends and family think.
    You’ll be surprised time and again!

  • Backgammon. Backgammon is a classic strategy game.
    Played by kings and commoners alike, backgammon is
    arguably one of the most popular games in the modern world.

  • Bananagrams. Bananagrams is the anagram game that will
    drive you bananas. The award-winning word game that needs
    no pencil, paper, or board. Fast and fun. Players race against
    each other to build crossword grids and use all their letter
    tiles first. Great for travel.

  • Battleship. Battleship is a classic war strategy game.
    Pictured right is the travel version.

  • Boggle

  • Checkers, Chinese checkers and chess

  • Clue

  • Cribbage

  • Conflicted:
    Conflicted, Deck II, pictured right, Conflicted features brand
    new scenarios, including 20 from the best scenarios
    submitted by the prepper community. If you ever wondered
    what worries other preppers, this is for you. Featuring
    scenarios from preppers coming from all walks of life, from
    well known preppers such as SouthernPrepper1 all the way to
    Anonymous. This deck will help you explore the survival
    philosophy of you group even deeper.

  • Jenga

  • Life

  • Qwirkle. NOTE: this board game, pictured right is highly
    rated on Amazon (5-STARs by hundreds of verified

  • Monopoly: Monopoly Board Games in themes. Monopoly
    was first called  "The Landlord's Game" before Parker
    Brother's introduced this American favorite in 1935 as
    Monopoly. While playing the traditional Monopoly board
    game, is fun, try a theme game based on the same familiar
    rules. There are many to pick from, including dog-opoly and
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