Conflict simulation, peacebuilding, and development

New horizons in online zombie apocalypse preparedness

We at PAXsims are, of course, longtime advocates of simulation-based training for the impending zombie apocalypse. Indeed, we’ve provided games-based training to McGill University graduate students on how best to survive the ravenous murderous hordes, and have worked closely with members of the UK National Health Service to develop state-of-the-art training tools to assist medical staff in coping with the collapse of civilization. Consequently, we are pleased to see that the data analysis firm company Qualtrics has made available an online tool intended to assist members of the public in assessing their own prospects for survival when the dead walk the streets.

Click the image below to enter the Qualtrics survey. I would apparently last 82 days—feel free to post your own results in the comments section.


One response to “New horizons in online zombie apocalypse preparedness

  1. brtrain 11/03/2014 at 4:29 pm

    I got 65 days, probably due to my gamey leg and general unfitness.
    Luckily, zombies aren’t coordinated enough to ride bicycles!
    Uh, aren’t they?

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