Carmaux Zombie is a board game limited to Android platform with multiplayer offline/online, and there is not a concrete version.
It is similar to the popular board game with tiles designed by Klaus-Jürgen Wrede, but allows the inclusion of zombies instead of peasants and monks with additional rule.
It is based on the closure of towns and streets. Each player has 6 followers and 3 zombies. In each turn, the player can place a follower on a road or town to the north, east, south, west of the tile inserted. You can not directly insert a follower on a territory already conquered. You can put followers on towns and streets, but you can not put them on green areas.
In subsequent turns the enclosed territory ascribe the score to the player who has the most number of followers placed on it.
At the closure of a land the players regain their followers on it.
POINTS FOR STREETS:
1 point for each tile of the enclosed territory;
1 point for the territories are not closed at the end of game;
POINTS FOR TOWNS:
1 point for each tile for enclosed territory represented on two tiles, in case of shields on the towns +1 point per shield;
2 points for an enclosed territory represented on more than two tiles, in case of shields on the towns +2 points per shield;
1 point for the territories are not closed at the end of game, in case of shields on the towns +1 point per shield;
The rule about zombies give the possibility of inserting a zombie on a tile just placed infesting the territories it represents. A land infested of any kind, once complete granting the holder (also applies to the player who has inserted the zombie) 1 point for each tile that composes it. At the end of the game a zombie entitle the player who has placed it 3 points for each complete territory represented in part on the tile where the zombie has been put. If you run out of zombies and you still have followers you can sacrifice one for a zombie.
Carmaux Zombie is not affiliated with registered trademarks of Rio Grande Games and Hans im Glück on Carcassonne game.