Camarillo Humans vs. Zombies Winter 2012 – Game 1 Missions (Video)


Game 1, Part 1/3 – Harassed By Zombies

This isn’t a recap post, but I’ve finally uploaded some video from the Camarillo Humans vs. Zombies Winter 2012 games. This is Day 1/Game 1 missions. I won’t spoil anything, but I will say that I find watching these videos very enjoyable. If you haven’t heard of Camarillo Humans vs. Zombies, check out the video and see how we play our day long HvZ games!

The Camarillo HvZ is a biannual event usually held once in the summer and once in the winter. The game is a modified version of HvZ, as it is not played on a college campus but rather in Mission Oaks park. It is the biggest open Nerf related event in Southern California. This Day 1/Game 1 had 81 people signed up to play game the first game day, which was the second largest game in Camarillo History at the time. 87 people signed up to play during the second game on the 23rd, which makes it the largest Camarillo HvZ game in history.


Game 1, Part 2/3 – Humans On The Run


Game 1, Part 3/3 – A Push For Victory

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2 thoughts on “Camarillo Humans vs. Zombies Winter 2012 – Game 1 Missions (Video)”

  1. Just curious, was this a game run through a college, and do those kinds of games allow for people who aren’t in college, because I want to attend an HvZ game, but I am not in college.
    Thanks

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    1. Hey Kronos,

      This game is not run through a college. I added a paragraph of information to the original post after you made this comment.

      “The Camarillo HvZ is a biannual event usually held once in the summer and once in the winter. The game is a modified version of HvZ, as it is not played on a college campus but rather in Mission Oaks park. It is the biggest open Nerf related event in Southern California. This Day 1/Game 1 had 81 people signed up to play game the first game day, which was the second largest game in Camarillo History at the time. 87 people signed up to play during the second game on the 23rd, which makes it the largest Camarillo HvZ game in history.”

      Most HvZ games are run through a college and only allow it’s students to play in the game. If your in Southern California, feel free to come to the Camarillo HvZ games in the Summer and Winter!

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