Bullets and Teeth
Bullets and Teeth is a casual zombie card game for 3-5 players where you don't have to outrun the dead if you can outrun the living.
Fight the Horde
The Horde grows from the very first draw! There's no setup. Bullets and Teeth will have you fighting for survival from the desperate beginning to the gruesome end.
Betray Your Friends
The only way to catch your breath is at the expense of others. Only one of you is getting out alive. Good friends make the best bait.
Each game lasts 15 - 20 minutes, so you'll be ready to jump in again as soon as you're done laughing at the horrible demise of your friends.
Laugh and Cringe
In Bullets and Teeth, a real parasite found in litter boxes has mutated. The dreaded Toxoplasm now infects cats, humans, and other animals.
To escape the claws of the brutal Scabby Tabby or the ferocious Moldylocks you'll need to use every tool at your disposal. Fling uninfected animals for a quick Snack-rifice. Give 'em both barrels with Ol' Faithful. Or Duct Tape them together for a brutal combo. Blast and backstab your way through the Horde or die laughing.
News & Updates
Who we are
Last Ditch Games was started by two dudes who love tabletop games. After playing games for over 15 years and talking about making them we decided it was time to make it happen.
Games are art. They inspire us, evoke our imaginations, and captivate our minds. For me, there’s no greater form of expression. I’m Kevin Roberson, and I make games. In college I wrote reviews and articles exploring video games in depth. While I had the usual summer jobs, my real resume was always Dungeon Master; Renaissance Armorer; and Homebrewer. Whenever there was a game I wished existed, I just made it myself. Games make anything possible. Bullets and Teeth is the zombie game I’ve always wanted to play. Bringing creative projects to life with Last Ditch Games is the job I’ve always wanted to have.
Gavin Gray Valentine
Illustrator & Co-Designer
Let me tell you a story of a young boy with a great imagination. He grew up fighting invisible monsters with a broomstick for a sword and now brings those monsters to life. My name is Gavin Gray Valentine and this is my story.
Growing up, my ragtag group of action figures often went on quests in the unknown lands of my backyard. My friends and I would come up with new levels and characters for our favorite video games and dream of what it would be like to play them. In high school I began creating my own worlds to use while role-playing at the dinner table.
Since then I've been working tirelessly on my art. I learn something new everyday and I've made lots of new friends along the way. Being a creator is who I am.