Most yoga instructors like to begin their teaching sessions with a yoga quote. It’s believed good words are likely to influence the mind positively, further enhancing yoga’s effects. Despite the squeezing, holding, twisting, hugging, etc., yoga is a lot more than just physical. Yoga quotes help reemphasize that fact. Yoga is therefore connecting the body, mind and soul through different poses. Let’s understand what renowned personalities had to say about yoga.
To learn more about yourself and the surroundings, listening to the teachings of the soul is more enlightening than reading books and traveling.
The emphasis on the heart helps get rid of inner doubts.
B. K. Iyengar
Yoga teaches to mend things that can be cured and endure or adopt obstacles or inconvenience that can’t be rectified.
Meditation makes a person wise. It helps differentiate between the right and the wrong, making it easier to choose the wisdom path.
Yoga creates a sense of curiosity to know more about one’s self.
Yoga is not necessarily synonymous with the ability to touch the toe with your fingers. It’s gaining clarity on the things you need, your potential to march forward, and the means to attain specific objectives.
Yoga sets an individual on a personal, never-ending journey.
Striking some poses may be difficult for a lot of people; true yoga begins only when the body starts to push its limits.
Change is inevitable; but for a change to happen within, you should embrace the change.
Bankei Yotaku, Zen Master
Yoga gives rise to thoughts. These thoughts should not be restricted or hated upon. In an original state, the human mind transcends thoughts. It is, therefore, important to not interfere with this fundamental thought-process and have an open and blank mind.
Meditation, a form of yoga, is an enlightening process, of confiding with the fundamental goodness of what and who you are, and understanding that all the existing wisdom in the world is within the human mind. Humans have the option of leading their lives to take better cognizance of their inner self and actions, instead of trying to better or eliminate or alter their identities or actions. It is important to stay up, remain more alert and inquisitive, and interrogative about ourselves.
H. E. Davey
By having the mind positioned in the current state, unless you’d want to deliberately contemplate the future or past, yoga makes it possible to face life sans any fear. Thereafter, thoughts of future problems or past failures are unlikely to surface in the mind, resulting in a completely positive state of mind.
Emotional reactions are not always reasonable, with the possibilities of the reasons being flawed. It’s not easy to truly confide in them, especially when the reactions are at loggerheads with each other. However, the universal mind instantly exists, and literally views the universe.
Svatmarama, Hatha Yoga Pradipika
The mind is not steady when the breath’s wandering. But when it attains a sense of calm, the mind goes still too, helping the yogi achieve longer life. Therefore, proper breath control is essential for learning yoga.
Yoga practice would increase your sensitivity, thereby helping recognize even the subtlest body sensations. Constantly focusing on and staying abreast with the sensations is a proven technique to steady the unstable mind.
Anne D. LeClaire
Every human soul secretly longs for stillness, a free and calm inner space, which help it deeply realize its self. Silence is a presence and not an absence; it isn’t emptiness but a filling-up state.
Love is the fulcrum of the entire universe. Your relationships and interactions with your loved ones, family, friends, and the society define your emotional wholeness and throws light on the relationship you share with yourself.
Every individual is capable of making a positive change, provided he is at peace with his/her inner self. Akin to ripples spreading out when a pebble is thrown into a pond, individuals’ actions could have far-reaching impacts too.
Venerable Ajahn Chah
True yoga teachers only talk about the difficult aspects of yoga, such as giving up or abandoning one’s negative self. Regardless of what happens, one should never abandon the master/teacher. Let there be a guiding force throughout, for it’s easy to deviate from the path.
Michelle S. Fondin
Bring your hands (fingers and palms) together and do the ‘salutation’ or Namaste pose every time you meet a person. Look into everyone’s eyes you encounter and discreetly honor the other person’s soul.
These above quotes are only representative and in no way an exhaustive take of what yoga and meditation are about. To excel at yoga and derive its maximum benefits, it’s key to read through these quotes before starting any yoga session.
Yoga classes are usually the ideal place to do yoga at; however, you can’t be there throughout and, moreover, a session per week at the yoga studio is not as satisfying as practicing yoga daily. A yoga workout at home is not complicated, but the basics should be in place. Implement everything you learned at your yoga classes, such as good sequencing, new poses, correct form, etc. Master your poses, deepen the dedication, and enjoy enhanced peace of mind and fitness by practicing yoga at home. Yoga at home does not require anything more than attention and time, and would help you better appreciate the benefits of yoga done at the studio. The following are the requirements to get started with at-home yoga:
A spare room is not mandatory, but some real estate to accommodate your yoga mat is essential. Try locating a cleared spot or a vacant corner adjacent to a wall, so you have assistance essential for various inversions and poses. An uncluttered, serene, light-filled room with a spiritual image or a flower, simple altar, a candle or crystal sets the ideal tone for some stress-busting. The setting helps with focusing. Safety and comfort are key; therefore, make enough space for stretching, more ambitious poses and also the fundamental standbys. Resort to the same space to create a habit.
If you aren’t too rigid, you’ll always run short of time when doing at-home yoga. Therefore, put up a schedule and stick to it religiously. Initially, you may experiment with various timings to assess which phase fits well into your daily routine better – a morning salutation could perhaps be your ideal wake-up call. A restorative session prior to bed or after work may bring down your stress levels to healthy states and stretch out your kinked muscles. There isn’t any specific time-rule for yoga. Hence, borrow some time from your routine and create room to make it happen.
Safety & Sequencing
Build a home session safely with sequencing, which subjects you to a range of stretching and energizing poses, warm-ups, and relaxing, gentle poses. A regular sequence entails opening asanas like ‘easy’ pose for short meditation and the ‘hero’ pose for activating the huge leg muscles. Several sun salutation repetitions ensure strengthening, stretching and warming up. Standing poses trigger the primary muscle groups for increased flexibility, stamina and strength. Choose connected poses like revolved triangle and extended triangle that influence opposing muscles. Headstand and inversions are energizing and demanding, along with back bends such as bridge and cobra. Do not ignore back bends if you have a desk job. A twist feels good because it eases shoulder, hips and back tension – in tandem with forward bends, they indicate the mind to relax. The yoga routine should be concluded with savasana, also called the corpse pose, to fully intake and savor the relaxed and refreshed feeling.
Having an instructor at home could be inspiring. Therefore, reap the benefits of inexpensive and free options for every practitioner level – right from amateur to expert. There are many online and offline resources offering free classes. If you prefer YouTube, look for a particular instructor and watch his/her series of instructional videos.
Some Additional Tips
• Yoga poses are best when practiced on an empty or light stomach. You may practice the poses and meditate close to two to three hours after a meal.
• Your yoga attire should be simple. Opt for comfortable, loose clothing – as body-fitting clothes may hinder your wide stretches. Also, any heavy makeup and excessive jewelry should be avoided when doing yoga.
• Warming up before practicing intense yoga poses is a must; else your muscles would end up strained. For some flexibility, try some warm-up exercises and body stretches, before graduating to the advanced postures.
• Go gentle with the various poses. Speeding up the procedures or overburdening your body will only cause harm. It will make the procedures more painful and difficult, often discouraging you to continue further.
• Consistency is key to any form of exercise and that’s true for yoga too. A few minutes of daily practice is likelier to reap more benefits than a few hours of weekly practice sessions.
• Get your family involved in yoga. Practicing alone could get mundane after some time or you can go plain lazy. Practice yoga with friends or family and you’ll see the change.
• Don’t stop with a few poses or the ones you’re comfortable with. Branch out to other breathing techniques and yoga poses. If time is an issue, stick to a particular set of poses during weekdays and try out another set of poses during weekends.
A holistic yoga practice at home not just entails body postures. The sessions must also accommodate other techniques like pranayama, Sudarshan Kriya and meditation. And, if you are under medication or having a specific illness, consult your doctor before practicing yoga.
Yoga is traditionally an assortment of various body poses designed for increasing physical flexibility, promoting blood circulation, calming down spirits and improving concentration. There are many yoga levels designed to push the participants and help them attain flexibility and mental focus. The types for beginners entail clearing thoughts via breathing exercises and stretching the muscles sans causing any harm. Yoga sessions are often conducted at hospitals, community centers, gyms, and yoga centers, of course. These sessions could be classified by the students’ physical limitations or experience levels.
Yoga for beginners basically helps the body gear up for the longer and much challenging yogic journey ahead. The fundamental exercises generally help build and sustain essential alignment and strength. Beginning exercises generally comprise lying or standing in neutral positions that let the abdomen and chest to broaden while extending the legs and back. The breathing must happen deep within the abdomen where the diaphragm expands the rib cage and completely fills the lungs.
The two introductory beginner yoga poses are tadasana and savasana. These can be practiced by all participants, irrespective of their flexibility levels and age. Also referred to as corpse pose, savasana involves the participant lying down on her back on the floor, with the hands loosely placed on the sides. The participant should focus on the various body parts during the pose, relaxing each part psychologically. The mountain pose, or tadasana, is the base exercise for all standing exercises. The student could perform the pose by standing up with adjacently positioned feet, shoulders leaning back and a relaxed head on the neck.
Urdhva mukha and adho mukha svanasana are both marginally strenuous but equally beneficial yoga poses, commonly part of almost all ‘yoga for beginners’ course plans. Adho mukha svanasana, also called downward facing dog, stretches and opens up the shoulders and relaxes the spine, thereby creating a complete stretch via the hamstrings and the back when properly done. The participant starts by lying on the floor face down, hands positioned evenly besides the shoulders, and the hips pushed back and up at the wall to ensure the weight is evenly distributed across the feet and hands. Urdhva mukha svanasana (upward facing dog), on the other hand, is bending towards the back, which opens the chest muscles and stretches via the inner and back thighs, ultimately descending to the toes. The participants start with their faces lying down on the surface, hands relaxed at the bottom rib cage and pressing skyward via the arms, raising the heart up to the ceiling.
These basic yoga exercises are to help with body relaxation and strengthening, based on right breathing awareness strategies. Beginners are usually taught an exercise called diaphragmatic breathing that uses the muscle at the diaphragm to facilitate deep breathing. Generally, people over-utilize their chest portion or muscles during breathing, which could be witnessed when the rib cage falls and rises. However, these muscles aren’t made for extended usage and could leave a person feeling exhausted if he/she depends on those muscles when executing the different beginner-compatible poses. Breathing through the diaphragm results in air flowing into the lungs via diaphragm movement in the bottom abdomen portion, and the muscle could resist long sessions of deep breathing, leaving the participant feeling calmed and refreshed.
Yoga offers benefits even when practiced for only some hours a week. If spent more time on, the positive effects would likely widen. Beginners are recommended to start with a few hours – perhaps a couple of sessions per week. A 15 to 20-minute session should be an ideal starting point. Ensure your unrealistic goals and time constraints don’t turn into hurdles – stick to what you can possibly achieve. Over time, your penchant to extend sessions would increase, thereby naturally expanding your level and range of exercises.
Things Needed to Begin
To be honest, a willing body, mind and some curiosity are sufficient to start with yoga. However, having a pair of yoga shorts or leggings should further help the cause, along with a few comfortable shirts. Special footwear is not needed as you’ll be barefoot throughout the process. If at a class, lug along a towel too. With continued practice and surging interest, you may consider buying a yoga mat and some props.
Food Before Yoga
Typically, yoga involves side-twisting, turning upside down, and bending backward and forward. If your last meal didn’t complete its entire digestion process, yoga would push you into taking notice. If you’re really hungry and can’t skip or postpone the yoga session at the same time, take some light snacks like nuts, yogurt, or fresh juice, with at least a 30-minute time-gap before the class.
Yoga is perhaps the easiest and most convenient way to condition your body. The aforementioned yoga accessories and props are beneficial, but not mandatory. If you have a quiet room to yourself, you could do yoga.
The wilderness can be an unforgiving and hostile environment for people used to the comforts of modern life such as fast food outlets and shopping malls. To survive in the wilderness, you may have to compete for scarce resources with huge and dangerous animals, such as bears, that have perfected the art of scavenging and hunting over thousands of years. Fortunately, humans have a huge advantage in the wilderness survival game: they are teachable and can learn quickly. With that in mind, here are some vital tips wilderness survival tips:
You are unlikely to last long in the wilderness if you do not know how to move from one point to another without getting lost. As such, you should never venture into the wilderness without navigation tools such as a map, compass, and GPS-enabled device. Even if you have good knowledge of the local terrain, it is easy to lose bearing after making several wrong turns while trying to find way home. To drive this point home, 189 men and 51 women have disappeared and not been found since 1997 after venturing to explore Oregon’s wilderness. This is according to the Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OOEM) Georges Kleinbaum, search and rescue coordinator for OOEM says this is because the average person only needs to move a mile in the wrong direction to get completely lost. Out of those who get lost, 89% are found alive by searchers and rescuers, 8% die, and 2% are never found.
Most people even some experienced hikers underestimate the importance of carrying water. Do not assume that you will come across sources of fresh water in the wilderness you will be exploring. Even when going out in winter, do not rely on snow to rehydrate because doing so could be dangerous. To start with, snow could cause hypothermia since it draws heat from the body as it melts.
Secondly, snow that has been on the ground for some time could contain bacteria and other harmful organisms that can make you sick. This could prove fatal, especially if you were to fall seriously sick while in the wilderness alone. For these reasons, carry enough water to see you through hiking trip. Make sure you drink about 1.5 quarts of water per hour if you are hiking outdoors when it is hot. Do not drink too much water because it could trigger fatal brain swelling due to imbalance in your body’s sodium levels.
After a long day hiking through the countryside, you may feel the need to cool off by taking a dip in a river or any other open water body. Although taking a dip may be relaxing, pick swimming spots carefully because some may be dangerous. Firstly, avoid swimming in rivers that have low head dams. Such head dams, whether constructed to prevent invasive species from swimming upstream or to regulate water flow, are the perfect drowning traps. This is according to the American Whitewater, a whitewater preservation group. In other words, you should swim behind or some distance in front of a low head dam. It is worth noting that, if you were to fall over a dam wall, you would end up in a vicious spinning cycle of water that can be difficult to escape.
Figures published by Popular Mechanics show that 8 to 12 Americans die in low head and other dam related incidents. To avoid drowning, curl up, drop to the bottom, swim downstream, and surface if you believe you have cleared the spinning water vortex. In addition, do not hyperventilate before plunging underwater for an extended period because doing so increases risk of low water blackout and drowning.
For most people, the first instinct is to flee upon spotting a dangerous wild animal such as a bear. Unless you are near a caravan or a car, do not do so because you will trigger the predatory instinct of the animal. If you do not have a repellant at hand, such as pepper spray, Larry Aumiller, McNeil River State Game Sanctuary manager recommends remaining calm, in the open, and slowly getting out of way of the wild animal. When confronted by a wild animal in thick brush, Aumiller recommends making a lot of noise including shouting and clapping your hands vigorously.
The ability to build a fire in the wilderness is a key survival skill. Nevertheless, remember fire can easily get out of hand becoming a health hazard to you and others tens or hundreds of miles away. In fact, statistics from the Insurance Information Institute (III) show that humans are responsible for starting 90% of all wilderness fires that burn out of control in the US. The remaining 10% are attributable to natural causes such as lightning.
In essence, you would need a source of fuel, tinder, and a lighter to start a fire outdoors. Natural sources of fuel are plenty in the wilderness and include dry tree logs, branches, twigs, and barks. Gather as many as you need and place them on an area you have already cleared of dead plant/tree material to avoid igniting them and spreading fire to surrounding areas. Additionally, surround the fire pit with a ring of rocks or any other non-flammable material. A good example would be building a soil berm. This is necessary to keep fire contained within a specific spot. If you do not have paper to use as tinder, you can use insect repellent, hand sanitizer, alcohol prep pads or petroleum jelly. Once you’re done using the fire, douse the burning embers. Moreover, never discard a lit cigarette stick. Put it out by grinding it on the ground with your shoes, cover lit end with soil, or douse it with water.
To survive in the wilderness, you require both brawn and brains. Before heading out to explore the great outdoors, pack navigation tools, including a compass and a map. In addition, carry enough water to last you through entirety of outdoor excursion. If you have to swim, avoid streams/rivers with low head dams. When you come across wild animals, do not bolt. Remain calm and make noise to scare wild animal in your way.
The average person faces many types of threats every single day. Some of these risks are associated with natural disasters while others are man-made. For instance, there is always the threat of terrorism, tornadoes, earthquakes, floods and tsunamis. There are also criminals in the society, and they pose a serious threat to everyone. When you find yourself stuck in a remote location, you may face the threat of starvation, dehydration, venomous bites and stings, hypothermia and attacks from wild animals among other things. While the strongest human instinct is survival, many people do not have what it takes to survive when faced with any of these threats. The following is a survival guide that may help you survive the worst disasters.
What you Need to Know About Survival
When your life is threatened, your chances of survival increases tremendously if you:
What to do in Case of Disaster
When disaster strikes, the best thing to do is let instinct and common sense be your guide. In case of an earthquake, the first thing you should do is go outside and remain in open ground until the authorities declare the earthquake over. If you are unable to go outside, dive under a table and wait for the tremors end.
In the event of a tornado, going into an underground shelter until the tornado passes is recommended. If you find yourself in the midst of a bank robbery, hijacking or kidnapping, your self-preservation instinct should kick in. The best thing to do in such cases is to do as ordered.
If you find yourself in the wild without shelter, food, water, and a means of communication, the first thing you should do is try to pinpoint exactly where you are to decide which direction you should be heading to find your way home. In many cases, remaining exactly where you are is the best option, because that is the first place the search team will start looking for you. However, if you find yourself off-course or somewhere you’re not supposed to be, staying put is ill-advised. Start with the basics. Try to figure out where you are by using the position of the sun as you compass then try to figure out where you should be heading. In case of a jungle, look for a river, river or footpath and follow it. This will increase your chances of getting found or finding your way home. Another option is to move up to the highest point to get a better view of the surroundings. The next step is to look for shelter or make one.
Skills You’ll Need to Survive
The most important skill you will need when lost is navigation skills. You should be able to know which way is north, south, east or west by simply looking at the position of the sun. In the morning, the sun rises from the east. When you face the sun in the morning, your left shoulder will be pointing north while the right will be pointing south. West will be behind you. At sun down, the reverse is true.
Secondly, you should be able to make ropes after skinning green stems and branches. You can use these ropes to tie sticks together when making a makeshift shelter.
Thirdly, you should be able to make fire without matches, or a lighter, and keep the fire burning throughout the night. The fire will keep animals away and help rescuers pinpoint exactly where you are.
Make Your Own Survival Kit
The contents of your survival kit can increase your chances of survival. The following are the basic components of a survival kit:
i) First Aid Box
A first aid kit contains bandages, antiseptics, anti-venom, painkillers, scissors, razor and wound-dressing supplies among other things. You should have at least two first aid kits, one for your home and another for your car. If you get bruised, cut, bit, scolded or burned, you should be able to dress the injured area with the contents of the first aid kit. You can also include other types of medications in your first aid kit.
ii) Pocket Knife
A pocket knife is an important component of a survival kit. However, you can include any other type of knife, like a hunting knife or marine Ka-Bar fighting knife. In addition to being a tool for self defense, a knife can also be used to kill game for food, and make shelter from twigs and branches among other things.
Many types of flashlights exist in the market. Choose LED flashlights, which are known to last long. Also carry spare batteries for the flashlight. Alternatively, you can buy a solar-powered flashlight, which you can recharge during the day. The flashlight will allow you to see your surroundings at night.
Ropes can be very helpful when you need to climb down a ravine, river bank or escarpment. When making shelter, you can use the rope to tie sticks together. This will eliminate the need to make your own rope.
Many types of lighters exist. While matches can also work fine, they cannot be used when wet or damp. Consider including a high quality lighter in your survival guide.
vi) Waterproof Clothing
In case of rain or cold weather, warm waterproof clothing can keep you warm and keep frost bites, hypothermia and pneumonia at bay.
You may want to consider including a pocket radio and a solar phone charger in your survival kit. If there is a radio signal or a cellular network, you can ask for help. You can also communicate with an overflying plane, or ship, if you find yourself stranded on an island or in the middle of an ocean. Be sure to also carry a water bottle and dried foods that can sustain you for several days. After all, most people do not know how to kill a rabbit in the wild, while others simply do not have the stomach to kill and eat rodents.
When going for an adventure or fishing in the wild, a survival kit with these items can greatly improve your chances of surviving different types of threats. Make your own kit today and prepare yourself mentally for anything.
There are thousands of zombie survival games on the market now, while others are being made each day. These fascinating creatures are attracting new fans by the minute, which pretty much guarantees that zombies aren’t going away anytime soon. So, if you have ever thought of taking up zombies as a new hobby, or believe the zombie apocalypse is coming, then immediately head to your nearest video store, before it is too late. Choose your survival game wisely, so that you can master the skills necessary for survival. No two games are exactly alike, although the fundamentals of game play usually remain the same. Savage, blood thirsty, brainless corpses are trying to turn you into a zombie, and your ultimate goal is to survive.
There is a distinction to be made between the two major types of games, zombie action games and zombie survival games. Action or horror games, generally provide you with a linear-type experience, which has a planned sequence of events. They are designed to be scary, and lead you on to the next prearranged event, which keeps the story moving along. While survival is still your main accomplishment, it is mostly done objectively, rather than you making choices throughout the game. While these types of games are great, they tend to be the slower, least exciting version of zombie games.
Although both action and survival games have an environment packed with zombies, survival games are different, since your main goal is to simply survive as long as possible. How you choose to survive the game, is up to you, since several different options are offered. You may elect to set up base camp, hide in abandoned buildings, or scavenge supplies, along with several other alternatives. The experience becomes more extreme, when the multi-player feature is activated. It is intense sneaking around a zombie filled environment on your own, but your intensity will peak, as another survivor of the apocalypse appears, trying to kill you for your supplies. However maximum intensity can now be reached, by sharing your journey with friends, and meeting others along the way.
Your story develops, as you go along in the game, which means you can conclude your game with several different endings. Exciting zombie survival games are made by culminating many unique events, where as some excellent games may be so realistic, that you start to wonder, if fiction has become a reality. Endless possibilities make the games fun, and many unsuspecting moments will leave you hanging on to the edge of your seat.
Making this genre of video games more challenging and evermore nerve racking, is a feature called permadeath. If your character is killed, it will be gone forever. This entails, losing all of the items you worked hard to attain, or the knowledge, which you feverishly built-up, for hours, days, weeks or even months. There is no quick saving at certain points during your journey. This builds more tension, knowing one wrong move, could permanently end your life. Your gaming experience will either be extremely frustrating, or unbelievable, since you know that one simple miscalculation can be the end. Start over with a new character and learn from your mistakes. Zombie survival games offer an intriguing experience that cannot be found anywhere else. Another plus in playing these games, is that you will learn whether you have the ability to survive an actual zombie apocalypse.
Some of the Best Zombie Survival Games:
A good zombie survival game should cause your heart to race, blood pressure to rise and profuse sweating, as you anticipate your next move. It should be so realistic that you believe that you are personally inside of the game. The action should be so intense that you will actually feel yourself doing battle. So, listed below are a few games, in no particular order, which should do all of the above to you:
1. Dead Space 3:
Dead Space 3 is a third person shooter, horror themed game. Reanimated and mutated corpses named Necromorphs are your primary enemies. This is the final chapter of the Dead Space trilogies, and has been called the best of the three. This game features a co-op based strategy, which allows you to team up with another person and conquer the Necromorphs. Totally unbelievable graphics coupled with exhilaratingly scary scenarios make Dead Space 3 a must have game.
2. Resident Evil 5:
You will not be fighting zombies in Resident Evil 5, though they are similar beings named Majinis, who are just as terrifyingly scary and dangerous. The fifth game in the trilogy stays true to its renowned predecessor, while adding several new elements. Resident Evil 5 continues to make your gameplay a truly one-of-a-kind experience.
3. The Walking Dead:
The Walking Dead began as an infamous comic book, then took the world by storm as one of the most popular television shows. This game brings to life how you would feel if an actual zombie apocalypse was to happen. There is not as much frantic action as in other games, although it brings to life the main character Clementine, who has lost her parents. This adventure/ horror game’s total plot, is based upon important decisions at crucial times throughout the game. The story comes to life, as your choices are woven together to form your own unique, one-of-a-kind story.
4. Dead Island: Riptide:
Dead Island: Riptide is unequivocally, pure fun. This action-packed RPG has a never ending supply of entertaining survival elements. The prior story tells of how four characters finally manage to escape the zombie infested Banoi Island. This chapter has its crew, plus one new member, miraculously land on another island, which is also overrun by dangerous zombie-like monsters. Another cool feature is that the full game can be played with a partner.
5. The Last of Us:
The Last of Us begins with Ellie and Joel trying to survive, among zombie related creatures as well as, hostile humans. You travel along with them to Salt Lake City, where there is supposedly a cure for the outbreak. This game takes place in the post-apocalyptic, United States in the year 2033.Riddled with excellent writing and gorgeous cinematic, this game is a sure-hit for zombie-lovers.
Zombie Survival Games Conclusion:
If playing zombie survival games is your passion, then you should have no trouble finding one that is suited for you. Most games can be played for just a few dollars, while others are totally free. Whether you like to play alone or in teams, you should be able to find many captivating games. In conclusion, Zombie survival games are red hot and look to stay that way for a long time to come. If you play often enough, then you just might be prepared for the actual, up and coming zombie apocalypse.