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Lucasarts Classic Zombies Ate My Neighbors To Get a Limited Run on Modern and Retro Platforms June 18


You heard it right, you’re in for a fright. Starting June 18, Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol will be available on one physical cartridge or disc for the very first time on limitedrungames.com! Help Zeke and Julia save their friends, family, and neighbors in this remastered 16-bit co-op shooter on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

The double game combination will be $34.99 for the Standard Edition. Fans who dare to scare can pick up the Collector’s Edition for $99.99 which includes: a playable copy of the game on PlayStation 4 or Nintendo Switch, a 3-D color manual (glasses included), reversible 18” x 24” poster, 10 Monster Cards, an official soundtrack CD, a 3-D Steelbook, retro box, a fully functional replica water gun, and a collector’s box which includes a spinning hypno disc.

Retro collectors can also pick up Zombies Ate My Neighbors on SNES and SEGA Genesis for $59.99, with the Collector’s Editions going for $89.99 each. Ghoul Patrol will also be available separately on NES for the same price.

“We’re thrilled to be once again working with LucasFilm Games on another great franchise like Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol. We’re excited to not only be reprinting retro versions for vets of the series but to also publish physical versions for a new generation on modern consoles. We hope to reach a whole new crop of ZAMN fans in 2021!”

- Josh Fairhurst CEO & Co-Founder

Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol Standard Edition (Switch/PS4) $34.99
A physical copy of the game
3-D Gallery Manual
Zeke’s 3-D Glasses

Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol Collector’s Edition (Switch/PS4) $99.99
Standard Edition of the game
Premium Collector’s Box with spinning hypno disc
Retro Box
3-D Steelbook
Reversible 18’ x 24’ Poster
10 Monster Cards
Official Soundtrack Collection
Functional Replica Water Gun

Zombies Ate My Neighbors Standard Edition (SNES/Genesis) $59.99
A playable copy of the original game on SNES or Genesis with corresponding retro packaging

Zombies Ate My Neighbors Collector’s Edition (SNES/Genesis) $89.99
A playable copy of the original game on SNES or Genesis with corresponding retro packaging
Reversible 18’ x 24’ Poster
Art Cards
Commemorative Metal Coin
Original Soundtrack
Zeke’s 3-D Glasses
3-D Manual
Julia Enamel Pin (Genesis only)
Zeke Enamel Pin (SNES only)

Ghoul Patrol Standard Edition NES $59.99
A playable copy of the original Ghoul Patrol on SNES with retro packaging

Ghoul Patrol Collector's Edition NES $89.99
A playable copy of original Ghoul Patrol on SNES with retro packaging
Commemorative Metal Coin
Original soundtrack
3-D Glasses Enamel Pin
Art Cards
Zeke and Julia Acrylic Standees
Reversible 18” x 24’ Poster

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