Hi there. I've bought a kickstarter-copy of Shelter in place
, a beautiful game - somewhat an action larp about a zombi invasion. It has all that you need to play - a lot of characters, instructions, even an actual play. But there's just one thing I'm not getting (and even the actual play is obscure about this). The manual states that the attacks are played like a game of "tag". I'm into youth groups so I think I understand what does this mean, but... I simply can't understand how to manage conflicts larger than the one-on-one human-vs-zombie. I mean: if I tag you, we're in combat, ok. But, what happens when we have mass combat? I can't figure it (or, I can figure it to be a mess). Is this a cultural problem concerning how we play "tag" in Italy?