An army of the living dead will terrorise Guardamar on the night of Saturday November 26th. This disaster will unfold from 11pm with a series of challenges and chases, in an irresistible combination of panic and fun. In reality this is a live role playing game called Last Day Zombie (LZD), which aspires to be recognised as the best of its kind in Spain.
It began in Altea a year ago, since when it has been held in 21 places all over Spain, bringing together more than 12,000 participants. It is not a competitive game but one of survival and is organised by the company Last Day Ocio Alternativo. During the night the participants, divided into zombies and survivors, will roam around the main streets and even invade different public spaces and buildings.
The players must survive all night passing different tests until they are evacuated. The first to finish all the challenges and reach the evacuation point will be the winner.
The streets of Guardamar will become a stage where adrenalin pumps as fast as the virus which turns people into these zombies spreads. There will be 15-20 challenges to overcome during the night and the event is suitable for all ages.
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult while under 18s must bring signed authorisation of a parent or guardian and a copy of the signatory’s identification.
The check-in to register and find out about the first scene will be at the municipal sports centre (Polideportivo Municipal) from 8:30pm-10pm for survivors and from 9pm-10pm for zombies.
The website www.lastdayzombie.com has all the information about prices, as well as a Survival Guide with all the rules. Make up for zombies is supplied by the organisers and included in the prices.