How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse With Gaming


Before reading this article, I have to ask you one thing. Do you think zombies are real? If you do, then welcome to the club. If not, then feel free to move on and read something else. For those who love zombies and gaming… Welcome!

Zombies have taken over the world in almost every book, movie and video game ever created. It’s a great story that has received a lot of attention from different types of media outlets in recent years. Zombies are also very popular among gamers because they can be used as enemies in video games. We spend a lot of family time huddled around the TV and playing video games. I’m sure my wife would be horrified to know how much time we’ve spent surviving a zombie apocalypse. She’ll just have to wait until a real zombie apocalypse happens and then she’ll see how prepared I am for it!

Zombie Survival Tips

I’ve got quite a few tips for you all today, so let’s get started! If you’re looking for the best ways to survive a zombie apocalypse in gaming, this is an excellent place to start. The game industry has been preparing us for years by introducing zombies into our favorite video games and training us on how to deal with them effectively. If you haven’t already noticed, zombies are quite difficult enemies in video games because they never stop coming at you until they kill you or until they die themselves. There’s no counting them out or relying on your health bar because they don’t have either of those things! Zombies are pretty tough customers that can take down even the most skilled gamer who isn’t paying attention or if they aren’t playing smart enough.

Here are some of the best tips I can give you based on my years of gaming experience.

1. Don’t Get Attached to Your Character or Equipment

The first thing I’d like to point out is that you shouldn’t get too attached to your character or your equipment in a game. If you think this doesn’t apply to zombies, look around. Everything is broken and destroyed in a zombie apocalypse. If you feel like it would be helpful, then go ahead and play with the intended purpose of losing everything when you die and start over again! Otherwise, just make sure you’re enjoying yourself while playing the game rather than trying to keep everything safe at all times. Of course, it’s also very important to have fun while playing video games so go ahead and play the game for what it is. It’s just a game!

2. Don’t Be Afraid to Run Away from a Zombie

It might be tempting to try and take on a zombie in order to earn some bragging rights, but you should really know when to run away instead. If you’re getting attacked by multiple zombies at once or if they’re just too difficult for you, then don’t be afraid to run away instead of fighting them all off until your character dies. Fighting zombies is like fighting against an army… It will never end unless they all die or until you get killed yourself! Take my advice and use your gaming skills by running away fast enough where the zombies are not able gather around you again easily. This will allow you more time (and lives) before having to start over from scratch again! If the zombies are attacking from behind with weapons that can render instant death, then this tip is even more important because there’s no coming back if it happens!

3. Don’t Panic When Attacked By Zombies at Night or When Walking Through Bushes/Grass/Underbrush Etc…

Not everything in video games has been created equal… Just because something looks dangerous doesn’t mean it will kill your character immediately either! Sometimes walking through underbrush can actually help protect your character from being killed instantly by a zombie attack.

I hope this information is helpful to you all as you’re playing video games. This is a great way to have fun with zombies while also preparing for what could possibly happen in real life in the future! I love zombies, so feel free to write a comment and let me know what your favorite method of zombie survival is too!

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