Rick and Morty: The Ricks Must Be Crazy Multiverse Game

Rick and Morty: The Ricks Must Be Crazy Multiverse Game is an engine-building game (of sorts) that takes place in the four locations, a.k.a. “‘verses”, from the popular Rick and Morty episode “The Ricks Must Be Crazy”: the Rickverse, Microverse, Miniverse, and Teenyverse. Due to time dilation and other pseudo-scientific malarkey, the lower you travel in the ‘verses, the greater number of actions you have each round — but some of those lower ‘verses are a bit primitive, so the contraptions you build to use all that sweet power on might not work that well!

During your turn, you spend your actions to build power supplies and contraptions, and you possibly move to a new ‘verse to take advantage of some excess power there. At the end of each round, the power generates from the bottom ‘verse up, and players can use that power as it travels from ‘verse to ‘verse to play one-shot abilities, use character abilities, and power-up their contraptions. Player order matters in each ‘verse, so hopefully your opponents left you some power to use!

Deadpool vs the World

Deadpool makes his mark on adult gaming in Deadpool vs the World, a hilarious party game for mature audiences. Featuring 100 custom illustrations of Deadpool in very strange and unsightly situations, players face off against their friends by filling in the blanks on Caption cards to provide the most outrageous explanations of the Merc with a Mouth’s predicaments. The player who best describes Deadpool’s compromising situations wins the game.

A Game of Thrones Card Game: The Shadow City

Darkness falls across the world of A Song of Ice and Fire. While Daenerys Targaryen struggles to rule Meereen, conspirators plot her downfall. Jon Snow serves the Night’s Watch as their new Lord Commander, but there are dissidents hidden within his ranks. In the darkling alleys of King’s Landing itself, House Lannister, House Tyrell, and the faith of the Seven clash for control of Westeros. There are shadows everywhere.

The Shadow City marks the beginning of the fifth cycle of Chapter Packs—the Dance of Shadows cycle. Here, you’ll find the story advancing into the pages of A Dance with Dragons and the return of a beloved mechanic from the game’s first edition: shadows. Throughout this expansion and the rest of the cycle, you’ll find characters, locations, attachments, and events emblazoned with the shadow keyword. Assassins, spies, conspirators, and secrets hide in the twilight, ready to spring into view. Every faction must embrace the darkness and the path of shadows—or fade into obscurity.

Arkham Horror Card Game: The Labyrinths of Lunacy

In The Labyrinths of Lunacy, you and your fellow investigators wake to find yourselves gathered in a strange place, with no memory of how you arrived. Your muscles are weak and uncooperative. Your vision is blurred. Simply rising to your feet takes a tremendous effort. Your legs are wobbly and can barely support your weight.

With this unique, 80-card standalone scenario for Arkham Horror: The Card Game, you become the prisoner of a mysterious mastermind, forced to take part in his cruel experiments. To escape, you and your fellow investigators will need to work together. You’ll need to piece together the clues to solve your captor’s twisted riddles. And you’ll need to hurry—you aren’t alone in this prison…

Viticulture: Visit from the Rhine Valley

You have new visitors! Visit from the Rhine Valley, an expansion for Viticulture, provides you with a new set of eighty visitor cards, which focus less on victory points and more on the wine business itself. These cards have their own unique backs as they must be played without other visitor cards from Viticulture, Tuscany, and Moor Visitors.