What is Humans vs. Zombies

Humans vs. Zombies (HvZ) is a week long, 24/7 game of moderated tag commonly played on college campuses. A group of human players attempts to survive a “zombie outbreak” by outsmarting a growing group of zombie players.

Human players must remain vigilant and defend themselves with socks and Nerf guns to avoid being tagged by the growing zombie horde. Currently, Humans vs. Zombies is played at over 600 campuses across the United States!

Not convinced yet? Check out the epic documentary:

(note: we recommend watching it full screen)

Recent Updates
May 14, 2014
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Hey HvZ friends, I hope finals are going well for everyone! I wanted to take this opportunity to remind everyone that one of our sponsors is The Textbook Game! Not only would it be really cool if you supported them supporting us by buying and selling your books there, but they additionally offer extra money for your books and lower prices on buying books if you wear your HvZ shirts there! If you don't have one, then stop by and grab one! While you're there, say hi to Eric if he's in and thank him for supporting our game. Or high five whoever's there. They'll appreciate it. Thanks y'all. Good luck on finals and enjoy your summer! - Rex
April 16, 2014
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Hey everyone, The fall game is October 1-6th ... Sign up today at Muzombies.org! Thanks, Humans vs. Zombies Mizzou
April 10, 2014
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Greetings errrrybody, We would like to thank you all again for an amazing semester. We had fun planning it and it seems like you guys had an awesome time playing. We hope you enjoyed the cookout and we would like to thank The Textbook Game for helping us pull it off. Our moderator elections just concluded this week and we would like to introduce our squad for fall 2014! President: Joe Rexwinkle Vice President: Daniel Lewis Treasurer: Stephen Lanza Moderators: Anna Shirley Alex Gordon Austin Humphrey Chase Franke Gerry Lopez Josh Bohm Justin Schmolling Ryan Willis Zac Schinder And our lovely ref mod, Seth Hoover. We've already started working on the details for the next game. See you there! Thanks, Humans vs Zombies: Mizzou.