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July 27, 2017
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Pulau Zombie: Survive The Night In A Live Horror Game At St. John’s Island This 2 Sept ’17

By Charis Vera N.

This 2 September 2017, 3.30pm, grab your guns, your machete and a snack because, the single moment you’ve been preparing for since the world threatened to end in 2012, is now here.

It’s the Zombie Apocalypse.

(Cue dark and foreboding music)

In a not-so-distant past, St. John’s Island was known as Pulau Sakijang Bendera. Starting first as a place that held patients with infectious diseases, the island was then used to hold prisoners of political warfare and the heads of secret societies.

Not everyone left the island alive.

For 13 hours, on Singapore’s St. John’s Island, you will be left to fend for yourself as you wander around, lost, in the dead of the night. The undead lurk in shadowy corners, just waiting for the last ferry that brings them succulent juicy fresh meat – that’s you.

You have until 5am, when daylight sends the undead back to their graves. If paying money to get chased after by zombies is your thing, Void Deck Games has put together yet another real-life video game for audiences to participate in.

Sign up as a surviver (or not) for $129.90. The walking dead however, are all out of coffin space.

There is a limited early-bird discount of 20% for surviver tickets, and group booking discounts as well if you write in directly. Do note though, that if you suffer from conditions that inhibit physical exertion, it is not advisable for you to participate. Players may also choose to retire early if the experience is too overwhelming.

Sign up if you dare!

Date & Time: 2 September 2017, 3.30pm

Prices: $39.90 – $134.40

Pulau Zombie By Void Deck Games: Website | Facebook | Ticket | Email: hello@voiddeckgames.com

Charis Vera N.

Actress, Singer-songwriter and Writer. Enjoys trying out keto-adapted recipes while rockin' out to Patti Page in the kitchen. Currently also obsessed with creating a completely allergen-free dinner menu for her galpal.