Announcing ZERO SIGNAL: SUPPLY RUN, a fun and easy zombie card game now on Kickstarter

Top Quote Zero Signal: Supply Run is a new family-friendly zombie-themed card game available on Kickstarter. The game serves 2 to 4 players age 8 and up, and can be played in 15 to 20 minutes. Backers can help influence the narrative behind the game and the direction of future products in the Zero Signal line by supporting different factions of survivors in the newly zombie-infested mountain community. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) December 15, 2017 - Wichita, KS – ANNOUNCING ZERO SIGNAL: SUPPLY RUN

    Prismatic Tsunami Publishing announces their very first custom card game in the new world of Zero Signal, a scenario in which the zombie apocalypse has just begun in an isolated mountain community. PT Publishing’s previous credits include a series of RPG-oriented periodicals and a thriving podcast network. Zero Signal is inspired by one of their most popular podcasts, a zombie-themed “actual play” series called Project Z.

    Zero Signal: Supply Run is easy to play and only takes a couple minutes to learn. Players represent camps of survivors raiding the urban jungle for food and supplies before being chased off by the undead. Players collect and hoard point cards and use weapon cards and other specialty cards to destroy zombies and affect their opponents’ progress in the game.

    The narrative of Supply Run describes four factions with differing philosophies vying for support from survivors as they scrounge for supplies. These factions and their goals will persist in future products released beneath the Zero Signal brand, and the balance of power among these factions determined by Kickstarter backers will inform their roles in future games.

    Zero Signal: Supply Run can be played by 2 to 4 players in 15 to 20 minutes, ages 8 and up. Details regarding the Kickstarter campaign can be found at

    PRISMATIC TSUNAMI PUBLISHING is an unincorporated imprint of the online gaming community of the same name, and is the property of Erik E Carl. The Prismatic Tsunami community is also a driving force behind the success of Wichita-based gaming events organized by TSUNAMICON, LLC. More on the Prismatic Tsunami community, PT Publishing, and the Metagamers Anonymous podcast can be found at

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