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Tag You're Dead: SW Tanpepper's GAMELAND (Episode 7) (Volume 7) - SW Tanpepper's GAMELAND #7 - cover

Tag You're Dead: SW Tanpepper's GAMELAND (Episode 7) (Volume 7) - SW Tanpepper's GAMELAND #7

Saul Tanpepper

Publisher: Brinestone Press

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Summary

Fully revised and updated 2/11/13

 
EPISODE 7: Tag, You're Dead

 
Torn between rescuing Ashley from the homicidal Ben and staying with Jake, who's been infected, Jessie, Kelly and Reggie must carefully plan their next move. But Reggie falls ill and the Undead break into their stronghold. Soon they're fighting for their lives in a battle that will lead all of the group to their darkest hour.

 
SERIES DESCRIPTION:

 
In the center of Long Island's forbidden wasteland, overseen by an omni-powerful corporation known as Arc Properties, is GAMELAND, a virtual reality arcade where the rich and privileged act out their base fantasies employing zombies as avatars. Connected to their Infected Undead Players via neural implants (government-mandated in the event of an outbreak) and using remote gaming controllers, Operators pit the Undead against one other in a high stakes game of violence, money and power. For the poor, the televised action on state-controlled Media streams is both horrifying and powerfully addictive.

 
Volunteering to become an Undead Player is illegal, but the lure of fame and money attracts some to The Game.

 
On a whim, a small group of computer hackers and gamers decides to sneak onto the island, hoping to catch a glimpse of the Uncontrolled Infecteds, unimplanted victims of the outbreak that took place there over a decade before. But while breaking in turns out to be a lot easier than any of them could have ever imagined, getting back out winds up being a hell of a killer. As they soon discover, when you play The Game, you play to win.

 
Episode 7 is approximately 47,000 words

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