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Zombie Teenz Evolution

Zombie Teenz Evolution

Scorpion Masqué

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2-4 players | 20 min | Ages 8+

Dice, Campaign, Cooperative

Zombie Teenz Evolution is the sequel to Zombie Kidz Evolution (#1 Kids' Game on BGG). It is a standalone game with a different set of rules, so you don’t need to have played the first game to jump into the second. The rules are slightly more advanced and will require a little more strategic thinking.

Zombie Teenz Evolution follows the same general guidelines as its predecessor: a fast and simple game whose rules evolve from game to game through the opening of 14 "mystery" envelopes. By accomplishing special missions, players unlock additional content that will provide a richer experience, while constantly renewing the enjoyment of the game. The icing on the cake: the two games are compatible! You will be able to play Zombie Kidz with your Zombie Teenz, and vice versa!


  • 4 Hero tokens
  • 2 dice
  • 4 Ingredient crates
  • 4 Overrun Building tiles
  • 4 Zombie Horde tokens
  • 6 Event cards
  • 1 game board
  • 1 sticker sheet
  • 10 Evolution envelopes
  • 4 Achievement envelopes
  • 11 plastic standees
  • 1 rulebook (download here)

Game info

Dimensions: 7.5 x 7.5 x 3.2 in

Weight: 1.52 lbs

Release date: December 3, 2020

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  • Awards

    2021 Spiel des Jahres Nominee

    2021 UK Games Expo Best New Family Game People's Award Winner

    2021 Palme de Bronze for Best Illustrations

    2021 Palme d'Or for Best Party Game Designed in Québec

    2021 Palme d'Or for Best Family Game

    2021 Gra Roku Children's Game of the Year Nominee

    2020 Board Game Quest Awards Best Family Game Nominee

  • Before You Play

    "This is not just fun for kids. So if you want a fun, exciting, legacy-style game with a cute theme, this is the right one for you."

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  • BoardGameGeek GameNight

    "This one feels more advanced than [Zombie Kidz Evolution]. This is the best attempt so far at introducing legacy games to a wider audience."

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  • Meeple University

    "This is easily the quickest [co-op] that I've played, but it's still got interesting challenges. You can play multiple games inside a session."

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