"Do try ZOMBIEPOX when you have a chance. I think you’ll find it to be an interesting cooperative abstract strategy/puzzle game that will challenge you to control that which can only be contained."
"I really enjoyed this game and anyone into zombie-themed games will probably enjoy it also."
"Zombiepox is a fun game with a great message. I enjoyed playing and it also reinforces important messages about the importance of vaccination. I played with the GlobeMed club at my college and it was a fun activity to add to our meeting."
"This game was fun! We played it at a college meeting. It was easy to understand and pick up on, and trying to strategize vaccinating people invited some team bonding. All in all a good educational game!"
"I would recommend this game to board game enthusiasts, educators who are looking for instructive tools about immunization, or anyone who is interested in learning about game systems. It's easy to learn how to play Pox but it remains challenging to win, even after playing it many times."
"Overall, “ZOMBIEPOX” serves as a fantastic way to bring friends and families closer together. Being solely a cooperative game, there is no competing, eye-gouging, name-calling, hard feelings, and so on and so forth. I didn’t have to worry about the kids fighting with one another…quite the contrary."
“I also played the zombie version at E3 2012, and really enjoyed the simplicity and yet deceiving complexity of this game! Easy to learn, and fun to play again and again in order to understand the best strategy, which changes each game and depending on the number of players.”
“Zombiepox is Major Fun for its simple rules, surprising strategy, and replayability. It also works as a good introduction into cooperative games... Who knows, a few more iterations and a mutated strain of Zombiepox might just threaten the position of Pandemic as the alpha cooperative disease game. Maybe.”