For those layabouts still building up slack in the world of Chez Geek, Steve Jackson Games has another way for players to continue to be lazy. The Chez Geek Spring Break expansion can be added to the base game in the form of forty entirely new cards, all themed around traveling for the Spring Break holiday. In addition to those cards, the expansion also contains Event Cards, which are an entirely new element that changes up gameplay.
Cryptozoic has built up quite an empire of property-based deck building games, including DC, The Lord of the Rings, and Street Fighter. Well, this weekend they add another conquest to that list with the Crossover Crisis Deck Building Game. In this version of the game, players are controlling and building decks around popular Cartoon Network shows, like Dexter’s Laboratory, Regular Show, Samurai Jack, and Adventure Time. As always, this version of the game is completely compatible with other Cryptozoic deck builders, so if you want you can have Finn face off with Superman while Frodo waits in the wings.
Say you’re writing your first novel. Or game mastering an RPG for your buddies. Or maybe just killing time with friends around a campfire. No matter the case, Rory’s Story Cubes are designed to randomly generate story ideas and elements to help fire the imagination. Out this weekend are six mini-expansion packs for the series, each with three dice featuring a single theme. For example, the Enchanted box features story elements related to fairytales and fantasy while the Clues box is all mystery related.
A new big box expansion for the popular dungeon crawl board game, Talisman, drops this weekend. Talisman The Cataclysm introduces an entirely new main board to replace the one found in the base game. In addition to the replacement game board, the expansion also contains over 150 extra cards and miniatures that introduce five original characters into the game, including ones inspired by Viking and Indian mythology.
Marvel is in the air as Captain America: Civil War is on the horizon. Understanding their fan base, Steve Jackson has made another coup by acquiring the rights to Marvel‘s popular line of characters in order to release Munchkin Marvel. A new base game for the popular series, Munchkin Marvel uses the same mechanics from the other Munchkin games, but applies the heroes and villains of Marvel to them. You’ll still be fighting monsters and acquiring treasures, but now those monsters will be Thanos, The Red Skull, and the like while you’ll be using Mjolnir or Cap’s shield to take them down.