Class 3 Outbreak: Interactive Zombie Attack Simulator

By Zombie Hunter Sam


Class 3 Outbreak is a Flash and Google Maps based zombie apocalypse simulator produced by Binary Space.

It’s about damn time someone made something like this.

Scientists take note: such a tool will be useful in analyzing statistics such as population, area, civil defense and zombie offensive structure.  Variables such as police, citizens, zombies, speed and infection rate can be manipulated to great detail. The current map covers a small section of Washington D.C., featuring stores, streets, parks, police and homes. The default settings of 100 zombies vs. 6000 civilians are distressing, and seem to coincide with a report by science’s R.J. Smith?. See Zombie Mathematical Model: Slim Chances for Survival for more information.

The pathfinding in the simulation is accurate and gory. Gangs of zombies can be seen grouping together and chasing uninfected civilians. Unfortunately, the civilians simply run around in circles  awaiting their inevitable death.


The simulator appears to model buildings and obstacles. Humans gathered in buildings survive far longer, so long as the exits remain protected from gathering zombies. Once an infected makes it inside a building, it turns into a slaughter house.


You want to survive? No sentimental attachments. Stay indoors. Dump the bodies.

Try the simulator. Pick a random survivor as yourself, and see how you do. Class 3 Outbreak

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Filed Under: Preparedness · Science · Simulation

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  • 1 Jose Segura Dec 10, 2009 at 2:09 pm

    Good lord do I love you for this sim. I am getting to addicted to it.

  • 2 Zombie Hunter Sam Dec 10, 2009 at 2:47 pm

    Thanks Jose. It’s not my sim, but I do have this — a list of sightings posited on Google Maps.

    Google Maps Zombie Sightings

  • 3 Pravus Dec 10, 2009 at 3:41 pm

    Very nice, I made it similar to my hometown of 11 thousand people and not many guns, and 2:30 minutes there is already 145+ zombies.

    Bearing in mind my town is much much smaller compared to this part of Washington D.C.

    Thank you for posting this sim, Sam.

    Colin P

  • 4 Orange glint Dec 11, 2009 at 6:44 pm

    [pretty] cool game

  • 5 Orange glint Dec 13, 2009 at 10:51 pm

    Unrealistic in the way that the entire population is on a walk and there is no cars driving around. It was revolutionary though, amazing stuff. Also ppl could mash em with household melle.

  • 6 Pravus Dec 16, 2009 at 11:11 am

    @Orange Glint

    People who have never seen a zombie film or researched about them probably wouldn’t think about using things from their house, they’d probably just run and get eaten.

    Then again, zombies are becoming popular now.

  • 7 Psicerio Dec 22, 2009 at 3:48 pm

    So does this thing do like the total amount of people in the area? cause that was be very realistic, are you just hiding out from the zombies or what?, It would be awesome if you could play online and shoot them with friends

  • 8 josho123 Dec 23, 2009 at 5:43 pm

    this is just a little game to show that what the outcome would be if yeahhhh you get it…….. but its not realistic

  • 9 Callum The Survivor Feb 21, 2010 at 1:50 pm

    Haha thanks for showing us this!

  • 10 prophet May 7, 2010 at 10:01 pm

    this looks cool. i’ll try it

  • 11 DownWithTheDudefaces Jun 29, 2010 at 2:35 pm

    Ha, Only 4 people have actually submitted their scores. I made mine almost like my hometown in TN. But we don’t have any helicopter landings, not many scientists that could do anything, and a couple people that can drive a plane. So that took some of the reality out of it. But overall, its a really good simulator. Try and beat my score. I’m in 3rd place. xD Thanks for posting, Sam!

  • 12 TOPGUN777 Oct 23, 2010 at 11:53 pm

    heh forget police in Maine everyone pretty much owns an arsenal like everyone from the South and the nearest police station is 50 miles away from where I live! I can’t believe I moved from California still man I hate my parents and their “Get farther away from family” scheme. And don’t get me started on populations and group percentage!!! Every ones is above the age of 1000 years old and towns are basically a family per 20 square miles. My town is went from village to township probably 15 years ago.

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