Real Life Zombie Shopping Mall Experience

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment

We have featured just about every piece of apparatus and anti-zombie contraption to help prepare you for the upcoming zombie apocalypse, but we need some real life simulation. That’s exactly where the Zombie Shopping Mall Experience comes into play.

Just as it sounds, this is essentially a mall transformed into a simulated zombie infested habitat complete with movie quality special effects and video game style missions. Taking place in Reading, Berkshire, this amazing experience takes you and up to 15 friends on a video game style mission that lasts nearly 3 hours in an abandoned mall infested with zombies. You will be briefed and trained by a team of police firearm specialists, who will provide you with some basic training along with equipping each of you with an airsoft weapon to help protect you from the onslaught you will be facing head on. The Zombie Shopping Mall Experience has just secured additional dates through 2013 and will only be available for a limited time. See the dates at Wish.

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