Inside IRL Shooter: Australia's Real-Life Zombie Hunting Game

We've already taken a good look at the folks at IRL Shooter and what they're doing to bring zombie apocalypse games to real life, but we've never managed to get a hands-on go with their equipment. The folks over at SBS2's The Feed did, however, and it looks amazing.

The Feed over on SBS2 managed to get inside the 7000 square-metre warehouse operated by IRL Shooter for the Patient Zero live action zombie game.

Once inside, they experienced the rush of 200 real-life zombies coming at them across multiple floors.

The game also makes you feel physical pain when you get hit.

Please take all of my money.


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    How long does it last, how much is it and how many sessions can they run through in a day?

    Having 200 zombies on hand can't be cheap but I'd love to do this. I would probably die though.

      @darren
      Actual game time is about an hour, with roughly an hour of briefing/debriefing. I imagine they will fit as many sessions as their zombie horde can handle.

      Cost is ~$170 per person..

      http://www.pozible.com/project/176333

      Last edited 12/02/14 11:08 am

    You can get the same experience by hanging a $50 note out of your pocket and running through the cross at 5am!

    BYO weapon though

    I had a ball when it was in melbourne, and was only $70 or so. Here's some helmet cam footage I put together - www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1Fhk8DBkZM‎

    If you guys liked the look of IRL.. then check this out

    https://pozible.com/zombieexperienceoz

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