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There's a crowdfunding campaign to bring back zombie chase game 2.8 Hours Later

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Isabelle Aron
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Reckon you could survive a zombie apocalypse? Now's your chance to put your zombie-slaying skills to the test, because someone's started a crowdfunding to bring back the citywide zombie chase game 2.8 Hours Later. The game was previously run by Slingshot, but the organisers had to stop running the event last summer after the company went into liquidation. But now self-confessed zombie run 'fanboy' Nathan Glover, who runs the live puzzle game Agent November, has started a campaign to bring it back.

But zombie chasing doesn't come cheap. He's hoping to raise £40,000 and wants to put on the first event in October, which will have more than 1,5000 participants. The exact number of events will depend on how successful the crowdfunding campaign is, so if you want to see London turned into playground for the undead, dig deep and donate.

Find out more about the crowdfunding campaign and check out the Facebook page for updates.

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