Video trailer I made for the game, footage from the Summer 2012 game and Winter 2012 games.
5501 Mission Oaks Blvd
Camarillo, CA, US
(Searching up Mission Verde Park, Camarillo CA in Google Maps will also direct you to the right place.)
July 13 & July21 (Sundays) 2012
(They are separate games, if you can’t make both, feel free to go to only one then.)
What to Bring:
Loose and comfortable clothing. It is in July/Summer after all!
Sunscreen is recommended.
A hat is also recommended.
Water, theres only a couple of water fountains.
Money for Lunch or your own lunch
Blasters (nothing to crazyily modded)
A good attitude
STOCK DARTS ONLY
What NOT to bring:
Banned blasters from Nerf Wars
Common sense stuff that’s way too powerful.
Hey guys, if you happen to be in Southern California, feel free to come to the Camarillo, Mission Oaks Park day long game. If you know anything about Southern California Humans vs. Zombies games, you’ll know that there’s not a lot of colleges or schools that have them over here. That’s why I’m pushing hard for this game by inviting people I know as well as blogging about it.
Camarillo is about an hour drive from Los Angeles. The drive is well worth it though. Some unique things about this game is that the mod team changes every year. Each mod brings a different outlook on game missions and objectives, which makes for a truly unique experience each game. Game time is usually from 10 am to 4 pm with a lunch break around noon.
There is no starve out period, and stun timers are shorter to make up for the day long game.
The park has two decent sized fields on it, but the major terrain perk is that theres a two or three mile long winding creek that is great for missions and surprise attacks.
Only 1 safe zone.
An additional, smaller park two blocks away that is also sometimes used for missions.
Camarillo Humans vs. Zombies now has dates for Summer 2013! I’m not the head organizer this time like in the Winter 2012 games, but I will be moderating and helping organize though. These past games had 81 people people attend first day, and then 87 people the second, which makes the second day the biggest Camarillo HvZ event in it’s history! If your visiting and in the LA County area, why not come over to play some HvZ? If your thinking about going, we would love to have you!
Feel free to leave any questions here or on the facebook event page.
Rules from the Winter 2012 Game, which or may may not be changed for the upcoming Summer 2013 Games.
Music Video Recap of the Winter 2012 Games