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As night falls in a small Spanish village, horror movie fan Noelia Vacias prepares for a night as a zombie invasion survivor, her eyes glowing white from tinted contact lenses, her arms covered in fake blood.A group of actors dressed as soldiers are also involved in the game, helping some players against the zombies or making it harder for others to solve the clues to survive.Some of the largest zombie games in Spain have drawn up to 3,000 participants and even involved tanks or helicopters.In Britain, a zombie chase game called "2.8 Hours Later," inspired by Danny Boyle's 2010 cult film "28 Hours Later" about a panglobal epidemic that turns people into cannibalistic zombies has been held in several cities.The goal of the game is for participants to stay alive until morning by avoiding getting touched by a zombie.
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