H1Z1 has hit Purdue University.
For those of you who do not know what this is, it is a game that has been spreading across college campuses called Humans vs Zombies
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I have been playing this past week and it has been unbelievable fun. The basic premise is there are zombies who must tag human players, who then turn into zombies. The humans can use nerf guns, or socks, to temporarily stun zombies. We have roughly 1200 people playing on campus.
My friend has been recording video of the missions at night and posting them on youtube. You can view them here,
YouTube - tankus001's Channel
(Frubals to who ever can pick me out.)
Has anyone else here played this game or heard of it?
The latest outbreaks of H1N1 have left many Purdue Students crippled with the flu. While 99.9% of the H1N1 infected recovered without a hitch, there were students who's infection mutated to a much deadlier state. The mutation: H1Z1 has the following symptoms:
The virus is 100% communicable and is transmitted by touch. The infected do have a weakness to soft projectiles such as balled up socks and NERF darts, and seems to put them into a catatonic state for a short period of time.
- Unrelentless hatred toward non-infected.
- Nigh invulnerability
5 cases of H1Z1 have been confirmed on the campus of Purdue University. Use EXTREME caution and avoid contact with infected at all costs. Due to the severity of this virus, we are recommending use of firearms using Nerf-onium coated rounds. This is the only known way to temporarily disable infected students. Do not engage infected aggressively nor single-handedly. I REPEAT: THERE IS SAFETY IN NUMBERS, AND SAFETY IN DISTANCE.
All I can say is, if you get the chance to play one of these games at another campus, take it!