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The Tiny Epic Zombies manual for the game states that a human turn consists of

  1. Each Turn, you MUST move 3 times.
    Each Move could potentially consist of the following actions:
    A. Kill 1 zombie
    B. Use Room's Ability AND/OR Interact with a Token
    C. Collect items
  2. Search Current Store

So far we have been playing the game as each human player can take 3 turns, moving once and performing three of the actions above.

Totalling 12 actions per human players turn. Is this correct?

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1A: Kill 1 Zombie:

After moving into a Room, you may kill 1 Zombie. [...]

So 1A can be performed each time you enter a room.

1B: Use Room's Ability and/or Interact with a Token:

After moving into a Room (and killing a Zombie if necessary), [...] you may then use Room abilities and/or interact with Tokens. [...]

So 1B can clearly be done in addition to 1A. There's no reason to believe 1C is any different, so all of 1A to 1C can be done each time you enter a room.

Since you have three moves, you shall be entering three rooms, and thus go through 1A to 1C three times.

Then, you search your current store

After completing 3 Moves, the Human Player flips over the facedown Search Card in front of them and places this card face up next to the Store they are in. [...]

So, in the right conditions, you could perform 10 actions per turn (13 if you count "Use Room's Ability" and "Interact with a Token" separately). Keep in mind the some actions (1B and 1C) can only be taken if the store is devoid of zombies.

  1. Move 1 Room
    1. Kill 1 Zombie
    2. Use Room's Ability and/or Interact with a Token
    3. Collect Items
  2. Move 1 Room
    1. Kill 1 Zombie
    2. Use Room's Ability and/or Interact with a Token
    3. Collect Items
  3. Move 1 Room
    1. Kill 1 Zombie
    2. Use Room's Ability and/or Interact with a Token
    3. Collect Items
  4. Search Current Store
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