Welcome to the page of MZM, sit down and take a load off…while you still can. Earl, our fun, friendly and crazy old man will be your host, and he has everything ready for you. Use the MZM deck to run through the sewers right below your feet from the safety of your couch.
Push your luck, dodge our family friendly zombies, and find a way out of town so you can survive the horde somewhere safe. Tie or exceed each card’s value to either collect or outrun your zombie friends. Play by yourself for a quick laugh in about 5 minutes, or bring in some friends to enjoy the fun with you for a 10-15 minute game.
MZM is easy to learn and even easier to play and enjoy. Are you ready to run?
This game can be played by yourself or with up to 4 people, and when you bring in more people you are not limited by what is in the deck. When it’s a multiplayer game, you’ve got to try to beat 10 rounds in total as you race through the sewers.
If you can get the most supplies from your friends in that time, you get a ride out of town with me in my sweet pickup. I got some new 8-tracks that are just begging for a listen. It’s gonna be great!
Alright, alright… Your good friend Earl is back and ready to explain to you how to play this fun game where I’m the star!
I’m pretty sure most of y’all have played the card game Solitaire, right? It took a long time to try to beat that game, and I think I only won the once. The rest of the times I’d just fall asleep before it was near done. It was clearly not a game for me, but MZM here is fast and easy. Way more up my alley. Or sewer, as it happens.
Let’s get back to how to play this game.
- First, you want to shuffle your deck. Make sure all the zombies are in there, so there is something to run from.
- Next, grab a single 6-sided die or 6 coins, if you haven’t got a die on hand. These things will be the items you use to see if you win against the card that pops up.
- You flip a card over, and…
- Look at that, you need to roll that die or flip those coins to beat a 2 or greater.
- If you beat that score, it goes into your personal pile. If you lose against it like I tend to do, it goes into a discard pile.
- Now, every so often a zombie will pop up and try to take your stuff, but as long as you beat him he or she takes nothing from you. If you lose, well, then that card goes into the discard pile and the zombie goes back into the deck.
- Yep, that’s right, folks. Zombies around here never really go away. Thank goodness they’re fairly kindly, as the undead go.