Specimen Print and Play: player images!

Lonnie Harris, one of our players who played the game at a convention while it was still in development and later purchased the Print and Play version, sent us these pics of his assembled game.  His comments are in the photo captions.

"Crew cards are double sided with clear sleeves from my old football cards. Errict Rhett doesn't rate a sleeve anymore, anyways."

“Crew cards are double sided with clear sleeves from my old football cards. Errict Rhett doesn’t rate a sleeve anymore, anyways.”

"Counters are printed on laminated sheets. Equipment is sealed back to back between two sheets of tape. 1 inch counters are rubber cemented together. 1/2 inch counters in the Zombicide! dice box are taped together as well, they were too small for rubber cement to work well. I plan on redoing these..."

“Counters are printed on laminated sheets. Equipment is sealed back to back between two sheets of tape. 1 inch counters are rubber cemented together. 1/2 inch counters in the Zombicide! dice box are taped together as well, they were too small for rubber cement to work well. I plan on redoing these…”

"Necessity, mother of invention! Since I haven't been able to locate any T-bases and am not paying hobby prices for them, I'm using Zombicide! figures in the correct (mostly) colors for now. One side effect? Captain Tyler has guns....."

“Necessity, mother of invention! Since I haven’t been able to locate any T-bases and am not paying hobby prices for them, I’m using Zombicide! figures in the correct (mostly) colors for now. One side effect? Captain Tyler has guns…..”

"Too big for a board, but just right to hang on the wall between games...."

“Too big for a board, but just right to hang on the wall between games….”

The assembled game looks great, and we hope you’re having a blast playing!

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