Frequently Asked Questions
No, the Ultimate All-Digital Bundle is a limited reward that is not included in any other reward tier, HOWEVER, you can ADD the All-Digital Bundle to ANY other reward for an extra $100.
For instance, if you want the Deluxe Boxed Set (RARE COLLECTOR tier), you would choose that reward, then add an extra $100 to get both bundles.
REWARDS STACK, so you get tons of content for yourself and plenty to share with anyone else you think might want to try the game and play with you.
At $100, it is an absolute steal, as it includes the Lifetime VIP Pass (normally starting at $250), the Golden Rocket Launcher and Minigun (normally starting at $1,000), and a few in-game items that are not included in ANY other reward tier at all.Last updated:
YES! All of the 8-bit carts are functional cartridges that will play a random NES game, though you can probably guess what game the special golden carts are....
You can read more about it at http://blog.72pins.com/FAQ.Last updated:
YES! We plan to support this game indefinitely, so if the fans keep liking what we do, we'll keep doing it until the real zombie apocalypse! :)Last updated:
YES! The story mode in Z. is a single-player experience with lots of extras packed in to keep the variety and replay value high.
There is also a single-player or cooperative RPG mode with hundreds of levels and randomized loot cards (Flaming Chainsaw +5)!
There will also be a single or cooperative mode tentatively called "Dungeons" that we're extremely excited about, but won't really start talking about that until we meet our funding goal since it's definitely beyond the scope of version 1.0.Last updated:
OF COURSE! It wouldn't be much of a CCG without it.
Tournaments will be supported in-game, and we're also looking at allowing games to be spectated from a website, so you can see every move as it's made from the comfort of your browser, or go back and check the archives for previous tournaments!Last updated:
YES! You will be able to trade cards with anyone on your friends list.
You will also be able to "scrap" duplicate cards for points towards unlocking new cards.Last updated:
YES! Each starter deck consists of 60 cards, but there will be hundreds more at launch and eventually thousands to choose from, with multiple ways. You won't have to pay a dime to get new boosters and unlock rare cards -- you can do all of this naturally through gameplay.Last updated:
FREE if you live in the United States.
For all international shipping, please add $15 to your pledge.Last updated:
YES! The Lifetime VIP Pass will give you a free enhanced booster pack with at least two rares every week for the digital version of Z.
The physical boxed version of Z. is exclusive to this Kickstarter and will have a set amount of cards, whereas the digital version will be supported indefinitely, with new cards coming out at least once every month.Last updated:
That would be the RARE COLLECTOR ($150).
$150 may seem like a little more than usual for a boxed game, but please keep in mind a few things: Manufacturing physical rewards takes away from funds for the actual game's development (which is why the all-digital bundles are such a good value).
You also get a number of other physical items, including the retro collectors carts.
Finally, the boxed edition of Z. is intended to be a premium one-of-a-kind collectors item exclusive to Kickstarter backers. We intend to create very high quality cards for this package, and will squeeze in as many extras as we can without breaking the bank.Last updated:
Without a doubt, the Ultimate All-Digital Bundle is the way to go. It includes a ton of value that you'd otherwise only get starting at the $250 and $1000 levels. It also includes all six elite starter packs and a Filter Unlock Key for ALL of your cards -- something no other tier includes.
Since the Ultimate All-Digital Bundle is a limited pledge level, it is not included in any other rewards, but you can ADD it to any other reward tier for an extra $100.Last updated:
It's a little pricey, but Hometown Apocalypse is one of our coolest rewards. The entire dev team will fly out to your town or city and create at least 20 cards that will appear in the game. This can include your friends and family, as well as popular landmarks or even your own home. We'll try not to splatter too much fake blood everywhere!
The VIP Bundle is less grandiose but more affordable, and will give you six copies of the game to share among whoever you wish, as well as five more tokens to unlock booster packs, so you can start customizing your decks right away.Last updated:
Certain rewards can be gifted to another person. These include the character sketches and survivor/zombie transformations where we'll turn you (them) into a card for the game.
Physical rewards must all go to the same address, but once you have them you're free to gift them to whoever you want.
Read more about rewards here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/downwardviral/z-2/posts/247801Last updated:
Yes, yes, and yes -- but WHEN they come depends on a few things. Those platforms, as much as we'd love to launch on them, are stretch goals. However, even if we don't hit our stretch goals, we'll still bring the game to those platforms eventually. Each one requires a dedicated engineer due to the amount of constant updates and new cards we'll be pushing out each month.Last updated:
We want to localize Z. for as many countries and languages as possible. That's one of the things that getting over-funded on Kickstarter will benefit from greatly. Stay tuned for announcements regarding that as the Kickstarter campaign progresses.Last updated:
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