Oregon State University Humans vs. Zombies
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Humans vs. Zombies has been played every year at Oregon State University since 2008. The game is coordinated by the student group OSU HVZ that runs the website where the participants have to record all interactions.
The first demo of the game was played only in Wilson Hall in 2008. The first campus wide game in fall term of 2009 had about 140 players and participation has grown rapidly since then. Some games have had more than one thousand participants. OSU was the first university in Oregon to host the game and from there it spread to Western Oregon University.
- Sarah Paeth. "Prepare or beware: "Humans vs. Zombies" is just around the corner". The Daily Barometer, 10/18/2011.
- Charles Leineweber. "Hey Rambo, 'HvZ' is just a game". The Daily Barometer, 4/26/2011.
- Tyler Hansen. "Humans, zombies duke it out — and you can watch". Albany Democrat-Herald, 10/28/2010.
- David Shumway. "Humans vs Zombies a stage for camaraderie, spectacle, pop culture". The Daily Barometer, 10/30/2011.
- Dylan McDowell. "Zombies invade Oregon State's campus". The Daily Barometer, 10/22/2010.
- Katherine Long. "Humans, beware: Zombies infiltrating college campuses". The Seattle Times, 10/24/2010.
- Caetlyn Padgett. "Humans vs. Zombies comes to Western". The Journal, 4/6/2011.
- Caitlin Cagle. "Zombies and humans run amok on campus". The Daily Barometer, 4/16/2010.
- Rachel Beck. "OSU Zombies: Powered by brains". Corvallis Gazette-Times, 4/12/2010.
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