This Is Not a Test is a free, hand-illustrated doomsday survival game for Android and iOS. Prints of the artwork are also available on the web site.
A Semi-Immersive Post Apocalyptic Art Style Festival inspired by Wasteland Weekend.
It’s not the end of the world; it’s the beginning of a new one! freeops_smAnything goes as martial law is in effect and the Constitution is null and void.
Follow FreeOPs 36, a United States Conscript Corps unit, as they restore law and order in the State of Alabama following an electromagnetic pulse blast.
Benjiman Saltman leads the unit. He’s confident and intelligent if you like him; he’s an arrogant know-it-all if you don’t. He leads the broken and deadly Janet Potter, fear-filled Tommy Thompson and intellectually disabled Leonard Jones.
You will discover an apocalyptic, post-industrial United States filled with enterprising refugees, ruthless criminals and a fractured government intent on implementing a New World Order.
Southern author, Ron Foster has shared his vast knowledge in a large library of books about survival and preparedness, both fiction and nonfiction. He is best known for his “prepper fiction”- a genre that he coined. Even his fiction books are loaded with survival and self sufficiency techniques that one can learn from. Ron Roster’s knowledge in his field is extensive and has well prepared him for writing about survival in a post-apocalyptic world, where society has broken down.
Your source for trending post-apocalyptic news & updates!
A show about the remains of humanity struggling to survive after the apocalypse… and to produce quality television entertainment! Kind of a cross between 30 Rock and Fallout!
This is a place for Fallout gamers and fans to communicate, engage and share their love of Fallout games and all the other Fallout related content.
Don’t Feed The Dark is an online zombie serial novel written by Scott Scherr, featuring new episodes from the book every Monday, Wednesday and Friday until completed.
The Knowledge is a new book by science-writer Lewis Dartnell (www.lewisdartnell.com). Using a post-apocalyptic scenario as the starting point for a thought experiment, the book discusses what would be the crucial science and technology to avert another Dark Ages and help society recover from scratch as rapidly as possible: a guide for rebooting civilization itself. Explore the website for further detail and join the conversation on the book’s Discussion page – what information do YOU think would be the most crucial to preserve…?
Join over a thousand fans coming from all over the the United States (and beyond) to gather in the Southern California desert for a four-day post-apocalyptic festival. Set up camp at our wasteland compound, surrounded by specially-built sets. Costumes are required and post-apocalyptic campsites and vehicles are encouraged. Live for four days in a world pulled straight out of the Mad Max movies, beyond the grip of so-called civilization.
DOOMSDAY Magazine wishes to become a beacon. A grungy, dust covered, flickering incandescent beacon to all those infatuated with the end of civilization as we know it.
A blog dedicated to thoughts and musings from the Zombie Wasteland.
No prepping, just picturing what life will be like…
After the Great Nuclear Cataclysm not much of society has survived and you are hunted by unknown forces, you search the wastelands in pursuit of a nameless man who may be the only one that has the answers you need to fight back against the growing menace.
The End of the World Card Game is how normal people cope when the world goes to Hell… An apocalyptic themed party game of survival, crassness, and keeping it together as your friends laugh so hard they wet their pants. The concept of the game is similar to some of the party games you may have played before. But the End of the World Card Game adds a new twist… an apocalyptic twist.
A short film set in a lush post apocalyptic landscape filled with twisted mutants and deranged robots.
“Diani & Devine Meet the Apocalypse” is a feature length comedy about a struggling comedy duo who discover that surviving the apocalypse is almost as difficult as surviving in Hollywood. It’s like one of those old Hope and Crosby “Road” movies meets Cormac McCarthy’s “The Road.” But funnier.
Zombieheimat is a german Zombie-Blog. You will get reviews about zombierelated games, movies and books. We provide also survival tips for zombiehunters. There is a button located in the sidebar to translate the articles in all common languages.
These are the 50 apocalyptic films you have to see while waiting on the real apocalypse.
The Blue Collar Prepper is a project to help working families prepare for a post-collapse world in ways they can afford, preparing and adapting sustainably now and in an uncertain future.
GreyZombie.com is a personal project aimed to satisfy (almost) all zombie related needs. We write about movies, online games and a lot of other fun stuff (as long as it is zombie related) but we also have a portion of our articles focused on survival. Preparing for a zombie apocalypse is fun and might seem a joke but if you’re prepared for zombies than you’ll do good in almost any conflict.
UnchainedPreppers will strive to collect, disseminate and archive self-reliant information to enable like-minded people to become more independent in their daily lives and for any natural or man-made disaster in the future. This will be accomplished through:
– Openly sharing information amongst this on line community regardless of levels of experience and knowledge, which will be archived for current and future UnchainedPreppers to come,
– Through fellowship, discuss our daily prepping challenges and current events with like-minded people, which in turn will,
– Help UnchainedPreppers to throw off the chains of reliance we have allowed to gather around our everyday lives.
This is a blog about building an urban/zombie survival machine, starting with one of the most capable vehicles ever made, a Suzuki Samurai.
Libria Mundis is a French community devoted to the post-apocalyptic, dystopian and zombie universe. Our web site reference books, movies, TV-series and games, and our members can post their graphic realizations on our fan art and discuss on the forum about this universe.
Apocalypsezone is a blog specialized in all kinds of (post) apocalyptic films, audio drama, novels, games, tv-series and much more. The goal is to create (one of) the biggest apocalypse review database.
Choose your own adventure stories. Cyoa. Currently in development is a post-apocalyptic saga that features in-depth lore and zombies!
Crushpop Productions is an independent game company that produces tabletop wargames rules; our flagship game, is Toxic Holocaust 2: An Overdose of Death, a post apocalyptic miniatures game set on the world of GRAXX.
Toxic Holocaust 2’s factions include the Thermonuclear Warriors (bio-genetically enhanced humans), the Skravers (hulking rats), the Wasteland Warriors (human survivors), the Reptors (giant humanoid reptilians), the Unholy Crux (vampires) and the Omega Corporation (robots). TH2 is based on retro 80’s music, Thrash Metal and Post Apocalyptic films of the 80’s (some of the game’s expendables represent this, like Edith Johnson, Stryker and Yor: Hunter from the Future). In TH2, every single unit in a gang is created entirely from scratch; you pick it’s base rank, weapons, traits, mutations and anything else. You can also choose bosses which represent the factions in TH2 and/or expendables (mercenaries).
www.Zombie-Planet.de: News about Zombie Games, Zombie TV Series and everything else related to Zombies in Germany!
The podcast that celebrates all things post-apocalyptic in movies, TV, books, comics and games.
Tim Watts and Michael O’Connell grew up in the 80s, and as such, they fixated on the entertainment genre created by the ever-present threat of nuclear Armageddon. Playing role-playing games like Gamma World and watching films like The Road Warrior in their teens, they never lost their love of aftermath fiction in all its forms.
They now host a podcast called Post-Apodaclypse (yes, that’s spelled right), a weekly show focused on tales of the end of the world and the survivors who struggle to make their way in this new reality (sometimes in cool cars). Post-nuke to pandemic to alien invasion to zombie apocalypse, all such stories are discussed and reviewed by Tim and Michael and their periodic special guests.
Check out and subscribe to Post-Apodaclypse today! It’s the end of the world as we know it. And we’re strangely cool with that.
Earth has become an outlaw world after a nuclear crisis. Now all that remains are a few cities, trying to group up, this is now a wild world. Can you stand for it?
Podcasting about the end of the world as we know it and we feel fine.
Podcast at Ground Zero is your destination for the apocalyptic genre in all of its forms. Covering various topics from books, TV, movies, analog and digital games, music and much more. As well as featuring guests and co-hosts from the apocalypse
ZombieLyptic.com is a community consisting of members that want to prepared for any and all types of disasters. Our members come from various backgrounds of all walks of life. Some of our members are active military, retired military, firefighters, paramedics and law enforcement officers. Although we might have different opinions regarding this or that, we all share one thing in common which is the recognition of the need to be prepared for unforeseen disasters.
Dawn 2055 is an apocalyptic browser game set in year 2055 in the radioactive wastelands of Nevada and California.
Sandbox and player driven environment allows many different activities ranging from scavenging and crafting items to fighting dangerous bosses and conquering towns built by other players.
Post-apocalyptic fashion, lifestyle and survival kit for children and adults.
Don’t eat the fish is a self contained world in conjunction with a graphical, text based rpg game with settlement management elements that is currently under development.
A not doctor recommended or approved approach to getting in shape to survive an alien invasion or zombie apocalypse. Get fit. Keep healthy. Stay alive.
Book reviews that get to the heart of what we all want to know: Is it worth my time and money to read?
The official site for the upcoming Norwegian graphic novel.
After an asteroid hits earth, most of the worlds population is dead. In Norway, there are survivors. Our lead heroines quest to reunite with her mother is hindered not only by the icy landscape, but by violent viking gangs.
General posts about anything and everything in relation to the living dead genre.
A blog that specializes in post apocalyptic fashion and survival. Updated daily. Adding to this is news from the wasteland on games, media, art, and more. Plus free post-apoc movies once a month, web series, and on Saturdays — Post-Apoc Babes!
Zombie Reaction Force is on membership based organization that focuses on Zombie eradication and more importantly, community involvement.
Feature length micro budget post-apocalyptic thriller. Adapt and overcome!
In the near future, a virus of unknown origin spreads across the globe at an unprecedented speed. Life is on the brink as societies begin to crumble under the pressure of a worldwide economical collapse.
9 months later.
Humanity is in mere thousands. What is left is forced to survive in this hostile new environment with one choice, self-sacrifice or self-preservation.
After finding signs of a boat to a ‘clear zone’, Addison, a late teenager, leads his younger sister, Kate, to the coast. The two fight through starvation as they make their way across a desolate landscape. With towns and cities controlled by gangs, the constant threat of infection, agonising hunger and mysterious plumes of smoke, Addison is forced to make the most primal of decisions to keep himself and his sister alive.
ANATHEMA promises to be a jaw-clenchingly tense post-apocalyptic thriller that will set the bar for British Micro-Budget Independent film.
The Fall has long since wiped out civilization, leaving the planet’s surface a savage land of radioactive waste crawling with mutant creatures, and forcing the few survivors underground. Your community has endured through the long years since the Fall, its inhabitants sheltered safely beneath the earth. Until now…
‘Scavengers’ they call you. You and the other volunteers are being sent above ground to salvage whatever you can from the ashes. Armed only with your wits and the weapons you find, you must travel through this less-than-inviting real estate on the surface.
Stay alert! Fierce radiation storms can blow up at any time, causing all kinds of nasty mutations. And hordes of marauding monsters are roaming around just waiting to make you the snack du jour.
Few have made the journey, and even fewer have survived. Can you?
A Swedish site dedicated to post-apocalytpic fiction in all forms.
It’s a Forum dedicated to Preparation & Survival for the Upcoming Apocalypse, more-so Its a group of like minded people who will potentially hook up when the SHTF and Survive Together.
Afterdays Media is interested in examining our contemporary culture in the past tense. An archaeological perspective – created by decay or extinction – can be used to examine us, as well as those who came before us.
The Girls Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse is a group blog of female writers and artists sharing their assorted wisdom on how best to approach the end of the world. Mixing cocktails, an armaggedon playlist and articles and art on everything from what shoes are best in a zombie attack to digging for when the canned goods run out.
Wasteland 101 is here to bring you the most raw, unfiltered glimpse into life in the wasteland. If you’re new to this god forsaken, desolate landscape, look no further. We’re here to provide you with all the useless information the worldwide wasteland has to offer.
It’s 2156, and the world has been destroyed by both nuclear and bio-chemical means. Your story takes place in one of the few habitable places left in the world, the Grand Canyon. As a clone with an uncertain past, your job is survival in a world now built on destruction, betrayal and fragile factional alliances.
Explore, harvest and stake your claim to over 1,000 square kilometers of harsh and mysterious terrain. The classless advancement and non-linear gameplay allows you to play the character you want. Join a random dynamic events to capture resources and invade towns, capture and hold a Progress Town, fight through instances, take part in the rich faction backstory, or make a living by selling what you scavenge and craft on the auction house. Fallen Earth gives you the freedom to do exactly as you want. The world may be a shadow of its former self, but there’s no limit to what’s possible for you to accomplish.
The Cleansed is a free post-oil apocalyptic drama podcast set fifteen years after the depletion of the world’s oil reserves and the massive unrest that followed. It follows the story of John Prophet, an ex-soldier who has never given up the fight, as he tries to rally a force to fight the totalitarian “New Republic” whose oppressive forces shadow old New York. John’s journey takes him to rural Maine, where two youths who have grown up in an off-grid Refuge are the only ones willing to heed his desperate warnings. With trouble on their heels, the three set off on an uncertain path fraught with grim survivalists, rugged individuals, religious maniacs and dangers of nature that have grown up in this strange land.
This lush “mind movie” features over 30 actors, was recorded on locations through Southern Maine and features an original score and the production talents of award-winning producer Fred Greenhalgh (winner of Mark Time and Ogle Awards for audio drama). Called “epic” by BBC Radio 4 Producer by John Dryden and “At the forefront of the American scene” by Irish playwright Roger Gregg.
Current news, commentary and discussion on end of the world 2012 topics including: theories, scenarios, books, survivalism, prepper equipment and supplies. We encourage and feature guest posts on end of the world news and related topics.
A Swedish Blog with focus on books about the apocalypse and post-apocalypse crawling with zombies. The blog is mainly in Swedish, but author interviews are published in English. Enjoy!
After a nuclear war, New Frisco has become a beacon for the rebirth of society. Tales from New Frisco follows characters living in the Bay Area, struggling to survive in a devastated world.
It’s a journal of survival.
Five people set out to escape the Undead who have risen too close to home.
Join the emotional and physical struggle as they began on the third day after the awakening of Brooks VanReit, as they are recorded from the point of view of Julie, a former pathologist and part-time survivalist.
Each entry is geared toward helping those who want to help themselves and maybe give a few that don’t a swift kick in the ass.
Join our group of survivors on their journey through these Days with the Undead.
Messenger is a sci-fi/fantasy webcomic which tells the stories of survivors in a post-apocalyptic world populated with warring tribes, curious angels, and genetically engineered lifeforms, with new pages every week.
Rise of Robots is a free text based PBBG (persistent browser based game) multiplayer roleplaying (MMORPG) post-apocalyptic game. You can play the game online in your browser with no download required and for free. Play with thousands of other players and experience rich RPG gameplay elements in a storyline where the machines have risen against mankind.
Definition: Necropology (n. neh-crow-pol-o-gee)
1. The scientific study of all things related to the undead and zombies.
2. The home of internationally recognized zombie experts: The Madore Brothers.
Z-composition is a bi-monthly literary e-zine with a yearly print anthology slated to launch in 2012. We publish a vast expanse of obscure mischief, necro-style, organic phenomenon, decay and fragmentation of reanimation, sci-fi, dream like, fantasy, horror, thriller, dark, comedy/humorous, how many more words can we use. We publish all/most styles of poetry, prose, flash fiction, art, and photography (word limits on ‘submit’ page). New and established writers are welcome.
News – past and present – that deals with the “apocalypse.” Book, movie, video game reviews. Prepper and survival information. Blog about basically anything that is related to apocalyptic/end of the world information.
A Bestiary for Mutant Futures, Gamma Worlds, and Assorted Post-Apocalyptic Wastelands.
Dusk: Origins is a collaborative blog serial written by four authors. Set several hundred years post apocalypse, it follows four characters as they head westward, towards the setting sun. The light of the world is dying, and soon enough they may need to stand against the dark. Updates sundays.
In Case of Survival is dedicated to all the seemingly trivial aspects of post-apocalyptic living. From the best way to build a survival shelter to which shoes to wear, we have the information wrapped up with a healthy dose of dark humour.
From the “Fallout” games to food storage… from Emergency Preparedness to the Post-Apocalyptic genre… your source for all things “wasteland” from that intro/skit-guy from the “Through the Aftermath” podcast…
The Savage AfterWorld presents adventures, creatures, artifacts, mutations, and discussion for Goblinoid Games’ Mutant Future RPG as well as other Science Fantasy games in a post-apocalyptic future.
he post-apocalyptic blog brings you reviews and discussions about media such as games, books and movies dealing with the end of the world as we know it and the struggle for survival of the remaining people.
Goal is to create an archive of worthwile media which is both entertaining and preparing for a scenario where a world has been changed by a nuclear war, a deadly disease or a natural disaster.
Goal is to create an archive of worthwile media which is both entertaining and preparing for a scenario where a world has been changed by a nuclear war, a deadly disease or a natural disaster.
An exercise in what ifs…zombies, earth changes, war, plague, asteroids, EMP, raiders….what would you do if the lights went out and weren’t coming back?
Danish blog about apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction. Almost daily updated with news, reviews and rumors.
A blog about my first game project: NEO Scavenger. It’s a turn-based, post apocalyptic, survival RPG. The blog also covers my experience leaving mainstream game development to go indie, and the adventure that ensues.
The place where From the Ashes, the post apocalyptic Science Fantasy Role Playing Game, will begin to take shape. Rules, thoughts and ideas will be deposited periodically. I reserve the right to talk about other stuff too, though.
Endzeitwelten – in Fiktion und Realität. News, Filme, Spiele, Comics und alles Andere aus der Postapokalypse!
Blackfear.de berichtet über aktuelle Filme, Spiele und Comics mit apokalyptischem Hintergrund, schreibt Rezensionen und bloggt auch immer wieder über aktuelle Themen in der realen Welt.
Blackfear.de is a German blog commenting on recent post-apocalyptic movies, games and comics!
The Undisputed King Of Nothing is an ongoing comic book series set several months after a global pandemic has wiped out the vast majority of the human race. Seen through the eyes of who is so far the only survivor, it will focus on life in England through the weeks and months following.
Issue one, Goodbye To All That, is now available. Issue two, Under The Sea Wind, is currently being written.
Dystopische Literatur rezensiert ausschließlich Katastrophenromane sowie anti-utopische/dystopische und postapokalyptische Werke. Wir informieren über aktuelle Neuerscheinungen aus den Genres und liefern umfangreiche Hintergundinformationen zu relevanten Themen.
Dystopische Literatur is a German blog featuring reviews of dystopian, apocalyptic and postapocalyptic books. It gives information on these literary genres and informs about new releases.
The Post-Apocalypse Survival Journal is a blog written by a true survivalist. The blog is updated regularly with guides, tips and resources to help you survive when the apocalypse hits. As the boy-scout motto goes: “Always be prepared”.
Covering the Apocalypse and the Post-Apocalypse in movies & television, books, video games, news stories, products, prophecies, and fashion as well as, news on disaster preparedness and survivalism by K. Scott Bradbury, author of “The Post-Apocalyptic Primer”
The Aussie Zombie is the reviewer of post-apocalyptic and zombie books – the good, the bad and the ugly!
Reviews are posted three to four times a week, with a particular focus on up-and-coming and independently published authors.
If it has something to do with the apocalypse / post-apocalypse you’ll probably find it here. Book & movie reviews, alternative news, and sharing my experiences as a new prepper while learning about self-reliance skills are just some of the things you’ll find here.
The PAEForums was founded early 2011 for the discussion of all things apocalyptic. The topics range from the Post Apocalyptic genre to survival after major disasters. It also serves as a place to discuss posts on the PAEBlog made by King of the Wastes as well as Vault72 and Jimpi.
The PAEForums is now trying to start a post apocalyptic LARPING group in the US for those people that wish to “live the life”. The LARPING group will have several different “branches” so that if you want to dress up as a certain game or book you can. If you’re interested in the forum be sure to join or ask about it in the Guest Questions board.
A blog dedicated to prepping, survival, important technological achievements that could backfire, major news that could end in disaster, and of course the post apocalyptic genre. We are looking for more people to help with the blog doing reviews on books, tv shows, movies, games, as well as weapons and clothing.
Post-Apocalyptic.com (formerly Megaton.us) is a blog discussing all things post-apocalyptic with a focus on book and movie reviews, and other items of interest related to the genre.
The site also features several galleries of free post-apocalyptic media, including images and wallpapers, short films and videos, audio dramas and other audio productions, and short stories and novels.
Post-Apocalyptic.info is a live news stream comprised of a compilation of over 40 RSS feeds from sites and web searches related to the post-apocalyptic genre.
It is updated hourly, and will always feature the 100 most recent articles.
Founded in 2010, the Post-Apocalyptic Forum is already approaching 10,000 total posts on a wide variety of topics related to the genre. Whether you just like to read about the end of the world, or you are actively preparing for it, we have members who will be happy to discuss it with you.
Fear Death by Water, author of the Cosy Catastrophe blog says, “The idea behind this blog is to share my opinions about Post-Apocalyptic Literature, Films and Ephemera as well as my random nattering on a regular basis.”
Fear concentrates on post-apocalytpic fiction, but also writes movie reviews, and posts about other items related to the genre.
We believe in planning for the worst while hoping for the best. If you are prepared for a total societal collapse, then you are surely prepared for anything that falls short of it. Our purpose here is to provide information to individuals and families so they may make preparations to provide for their safety in any disaster situation.