Zombie Dice is exactly what it sounds like, a dice game with zombies. The banner above says it all, "Eat brains, don't get shotgunned."
It is a quick game, which can be played with as few as two people, with no real hard limit on the maximum. The object is to roll dice.
These dice, specifically. Each have a brain, a shotgun blast, or footprints. Green
have more brains than blasts, red are the opposite and yellow are in between.
Each round, players take turns reaching inside the dice tube, and pulling out three dice at random. They roll, and check the results. Keep brain dice for score, keep shotgun blast dice (the hits and you're out), and reroll footprints. Before each roll, draw enough dice so that you're always rolling three.
The round continues until the player stops or when they've gotten three shotgun blasts. If the greed was real, and they got blasted, the player receives no points. Otherwise count up your brains and pass to the next person.
The game continues until one player has 15 brains, which begins the final round. All other players have one last chance to match or surpass the brain score without getting shotgunned.
With the set up out of the way...
When I said Zombie Dice was a quick game, I mean it is quick. The games usually last between five and 15 minutes, depending on the number of players.
It is an "in-between" game, which is best enjoyed either between sessions of longer games like Risk, or when you've got a few minutes to spare before going somewhere.
Due to it's ease and quick, competitive fun, Zombie Dice gets a Board of Dice rating of 3/5: I shot the law and the la-oh my god he's eating my brains!
If you want to see Zombie Dice in action, be sure to check out Geek & Sundry's TableTop episode: