Season 2 Added to Cthulhu: Death May Die Kickstarter

The insanity is spreading. CMON’s Cthulhu: Death May Die Kickstarter is closing in on $2 million. With just under a week to go, they’ve upped the ante with Season 2 for the game. You can get more monsters, more Investigators, more craziness as an add-on to your pledge.
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Review Roundup

It’s Saturday once more. I just knew it would show back up eventually.
I’m currently playing D&D, and you can watch if you want.
But I know what you all really are here for are those reviews I know you so desperately desire.
So let’s not keep you waiting any longer.

Today we have: Potion Explosion: The Fifth Ingredient, Miremarsh, Ambar, Shaky Manor, Nut So Fast, Jetpack Joyride, Tiny Trees, Azul, and Rise to Nobility.

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CMON Launches Cthulhu: Death May Die Kickstarter

Nothing can stop the evil incantation that the cultists are doing. Even if every one of them was wiped out, the elder gods will still return to Earth. The only hope is that with enough disruption, the immortal monsters might just be slightly mortal for a moment when they arrive. If that’s the case, then the world might not be plunged into an all-consuming chaos of insanity. That’s your goal in Cthulhu: Death May Die, the new board game from CMON up on Kickstarter now.
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CMON Previews Cthulhu For Cthulhu: Death May Die

Gee, what a big miniature you have there.
So, in a game called Cthulhu: Death May Die, you’d expect to have a Cthulhu miniature, especially for a game coming from CMON. Well, it does. Though, at this point, I’m not sure if “miniature” is really the right term for it…
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CMON Posts Interview With Cthulhu: Death May Die Development Team

CMON next big game is Cthulhu: Death May Die, where players must work together to stop an evil Elder God from taking over the world. In this article, they sit down with some of the developers of the game and ask them about the experience of producing it, as well as some insight into how the game works.
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CMON Announces Kick-Ass Board Game

This game is Kick-Ass, y’all.
No, really, it’s Kick-Ass, a board game based on the comic by Mark Millar and John Romita, coming to you in Q3 from CMON. Grab your spandex and weapons and hit the streets of New York as one of its vigilante crime-fighters. Take on the tough gangs all while still making sure you get to your day-job on time.
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CMON Posts New Cthulhu: Death May Die Preview

It’s too late to keep the cultists from actually summoning some ancient evil into the world. The Investigators only have one chance to save the world. When that Great Old One shows up, they gotta shoot it in the face while they have a chance. That’s what’s happening in Cthulhu: Death May Die, the new game coming from CMON. In this preview, we get a look at the art and render for the Hunting Horror mini.
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CMON Posts New Cthulhu: Death May Die Preview

In Cthulhu: Death May Die, the cultists are winning. They have started their ritual. The Old Ones are waking up. The Earth will surely plunge into chaos and disorder… or will it? Yes, it might be too late to fully stop the ceremony, but that doesn’t mean all hope is lost. It’s just, like, 99% lost. CMON has posted up another preview for the game, giving us a bit more information on how it all works.
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CMON Announces Cthulhu: Death May Die

An unspeakable evil is ready to descend upon the Earth. The only chance to avoid utter annihilation is in the hands of a few investigators. Those investigators are already going a bit mad from knowing what they know, but they’re more than willing to sacrifice themselves if it means saving humanity. That’s the story behind Cthulhu: Death May Die, the new board game from CMON.
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May Releases Now Available From CMON

The month is coming to an end, but there’s still time to get some new releases on your gaming tables. In this case, we have CMON’s. There’s Dragon Castle, where you use materials from a crumbling castle build a fantastic new one. Then there’s Way of the Panda, where the Panda Clans have decided to retake their homeland from ninja invaders. And then there’s Council of 4, where merchants are creating trading empires across the kingdom.
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CMON Launches Arcadia Quest: Riders Kickstarter

The lands surrounding the city of Arcadia have long been home to massive beasts, all living happily in the lush fields and forests. However, as the city has been attacked over and over, the surrounding lands have degenerated. Forced to move, these huge creatures have done just that… right into the middle of town! They’ve also been followed by Malkhor, a demigod hunter of legend. How will the Guilds deal with this new situation? That’s the story behind Arcadia Quest: Riders, the latest expansion for the PvPvE game. It’s up on Kickstarter now.
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CMON Announces Narcos Board Game

Just this morning, CMON has announced that they are working on a board game based on the popular Netflix series Narcos. The show, in production for Season 4, takes a look at the world of drug lords, in particular, El Patron. Players will take on the role of characters from the show as they look to build a drug empire.
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April Releases Available From CMON

This is a pretty big release month for CMON. They’ve got two core games and two expansions, split up between some of their more popular games. There’s the latest version of Zombicide in the form of Green Horde. There’s also the Rise of Moloch core box. The expansions are for Lorenzo il Magnifico, as well as Bloodborne: The Card Game.
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Zombicide: Invader Up On Kickstarter

CMON and Guillotine Games’ latest Kickstarter campaign is up, up and away. Head for the far-off planet of PK-L7 in Zombicide: Invader, the latest in the ongoing series. Though, this time, the regular zombies we’ve come to know have been replaced by Xenos. They’re no less deadly, though. Thankfully, there’s all sorts of futuristic weapons and equipment to help the Survivors, well… survive.
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Latest Releases Now Available From CMON

As the sun rises on a new month (ok, that was yesterday, but go with it), CMON is bringing us some new releases, including the highly-anticipated Rising Sun board game, as well as 3 of its expansions. The game, created by the same team that brought you Blood Rage, puts you in charge of a Clan in Japan where the Kami have decided it’s time for a change. But which Clan will be able to form the new government in its image? Along with that, there’s 6 new Wrath of Kings sets, 2 each for Goritsi, Shael Han, and Nassier.
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Review Roundup

Here we are back on Saturday. Hard to believe it’s as late as it is already. Day just seems to be flying by. If there’s any day of the week that I usually hope “drags on,” it’s Saturday. But not so today. I’ve been up since 3:15am (that’s just what time my brain decided to be awake this morning), and can’t believe how late it already is. But, one of the last things I really need to get done is get you those reviews you so desperately desire.

This week, we have: HEXploreit: The Forest of Adrimon, The First Steps of Calais, Vinyl, Mobster Metropolis, Rise of Moloch, Lotus iOS, Manhattan, Empires, Stuffed Fables, Hellapagos, Bunny Kingdom, The Fox in the Forest, and Burning Suns.

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CMON Previews Spoiler Abomination For Zombicide: Invader

You can’t have a Zombicide without an Abomination. They’re the greatest threat to the Survivors, as they’re nearly impossible to defeat. Zombicide: Invader is no different, with its own brand of Abomination called the Spoiler Abomination. It spreads the horrible Mold throughout the mining facility. Too much Mold the Survivors lose. Get a look at this huge beast in this preview.
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Review Roundup

Ah, the blessed Saturday. What cannot be done on a day like today?
I’ve got several projects I’m working on, as always. Some cooking, mostly. Gonna try making some new types of cookies. Always a fun project. Also fun, gaming. Let’s get you the reviews I know you so desperately desire.

Today we have: Railroad Rivals, Dragon Keepers, Batman: Gotham City Chronicles, Massive Darkness, Rising Sun, Dresden Files Card Game iOS, Mistborn: House War, Rajas of the Ganges, Fire in the Library, Mice & Mystics, CV Pocket, Manhattan, Muse, and Maximum Apocalypse.

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CMON Previews Hunters for Zombicide: Invader

In Zombicide: Invader, the zombies you’ve come to know and love have been replaced with aliens that are twisted and corrupted by a type of mold. This means that the old Walkers, Runners, and such have been changed. In this case, we get a look at the Hunters, who take over for the old Runners in the game.
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New Dark Age Releases Available From CMON

The latest set of releases for Dark Age is now available. Skarrd have the most releases going for them, with a new Command Box, Church of Worms, and several more big guys, going all the way up to the massive Warhead. Brood also makes a show in terms of releases. They have their new Pud Hatchery box.
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CMON Previews Tank Xeno For Zombicide: Invader

For those that’ve played Zombicide, you know that there’s 4 classifications of zombies: walkers, runners, fatties, and the abomination. In Zombicide: Invader, there’s those same 4 classifications, but they’ve been renamed. walkers are workers. And the fatties have become the tanks. In this preview, we get a look at what those tanks will look like in the upcoming new setting for the franchise.
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CMON Previews Worker Xenos From Zombicide: Invader

Zombicide: Invader takes players far from the Earth. A mining colony on a backwater planet is being infested by Xenos that have been altered by a foreign fungus, turning them into merciless killing machines. The main type of Xeno you’ll see are the Workers. They may be weak, but they have strength of numbers. And we get a look at what they’ll look like in this preview.
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CMON And Guillotine Games Announce Zombicide: Invader

Zombies! In! Spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace!
Ok, so they’re not really zombies. They’re aliens. Aliens that have been infected with some form of horrific disease that are causing them to go berserk and attack anyone and anything close by. The citizens and soldiers on the mining out posts on planet PK-L7 (put there to mine for a new energy source) will have to fight against these waves of creatures in Zombicide: Invader, the latest installment of the cooperative survival horror game from CMON and Guillotine Games. It’ll be hitting Kickstarter on April 10th.
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Review Roundup

You ever have one of those days where you wake up, get going with doing things, then look at the clock and are like, “Whoah! It’s already 7pm!! How’d that happen!?!” Yeah, that was my yesterday. I woke the same as any other day except a voice was in my head… Ok, no voices in my head, but I did get started on various things, then realized that goddamn, it was late! So you didn’t get your reviews yesterday. So I’m making up for it by posting them early today. Don’t worry, this won’t become a regular thing.

Anyway, today we have: Elder Sign: Omens of the Pharaoh, Zombicide: Green Horde, Batman: Gotham City Chronicles, Listit, Draconis Invasion, Dice Throne, Palm Island, City of Gears, Stuffed Fables, Pandemic: Rising Tide, V-Commandos: Secret Weapons, Planet of the Apes, Indian Summer, When I Dream, and Gaia Project.

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February Releases Available For Dark Age

There’s a new crop of releases available for Dark Age. Both Skarrd and Outcasts get a new faction box, so if you’re looking to join in with one of those, there’s a great starting-off point. Added to that, the Outcasts have a new Faction Deck. There’s some other Outcast and Skarrd releases, as well as the return of the Brood Howler in fancy, new packaging.
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13 Clues Now Available From CMON

Scotland Yard has seen a massive rise in crime lately. Their regular squad of bobbies is doing their best, but they’re going to need help. That’s where you come in. Take on the role of a detective looking to solve some of London’s most baffling cases. Be the first to figure out your clues and prove that you’re the best sleuth on the streets. 13 Clues is available now from CMON.
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Late Pledges Open Now For HATE

February is the month of love. But if you missed out on the HATE Kickstarter, it can also be the month of HATE. For those that didn’t join up with the Kickstarter and are just hating yourself for that (see what I did there?), you can still join in during the Late Pledge time and still get the game. Remember, this is a Kickstarter-exclusive game. If you want it, speak now or forever hold your peace.
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New Tribe Added to HATE Kickstarter

In the post-apocalyptic world of HATE, certain things that were once familiar have been twisted and deformed. The very plants that sustained the majority of life on the land became unrecognizable, with tendrils and grasping vines looking to hunt out prey. The result is the Sarrassa, a grotesque tribe that hovers between live and death. This new tribe has been added to the Kickstarter campaign as an add-on.
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CMON Launches HATE Kickstarter

Well, the world’s come to an end again. Damnit, Todd! I told you not to poke at that big, red button! Now humanity’s had to form back into small Tribes in our own, isolated Villages. There’s not much left out there, and what there is has to be grabbed before anyone else gets it. And, you know, if you just happen to grab an enemy and cook them for dinner, so be it. Such is the story in HATE, the new board game from CMON that’s up on Kickstarter now.
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January Dark Age Releases Available From CMON

The folks over at CMON are starting 2018 with a bang! Dark Age is looking forward to a really big year, and they’ve got the first-month releases to prove it. There’s a total of 10 new releases over in the CMON webshop. If you’re a fan of Dragyri or Skarrd, you’ll want to go look at them. However, with the new Faction-Specific Secondary Objective Deck also available, no matter what you play, there’s something for you.
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CMON Previews A Mercenary Shaman for HATE

In the post-apocalyptic world, people have turned to the worship of the old gods and spirits that inhabit the ethereal realm. But it’s not always just the good spirits that they pray to. In such harsh, evil times, you might just need a harsh, evil god. These Shamans can bring powerful and different abilities to a Tribe’s arsenal. Check out the art and sculpt for one of them coming in the HATE board game.
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CMON Previews Princes Miniatures for HATE

It’s a tough life out there in the wastelands. But, apparently, if you’re good enough, strong enough, and eat enough other people, you can grow up to be pretty big. Makes sense, I suppose. What could be better for your body than exactly what it’s made out of? Well, if you’re a Prince in one of the Tribes in HATE, you’ll grow up to be pretty big. Check out these figures coming for the game.
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CMON Previews Um’Cal Tribe For HATE

The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few. Just about all of us have heard that in some form or another. The Um’Cal tribe feels that way in HATE, the upcoming game from CMON. They’re all about individual sacrifice for the good of the Tribe. And the rest of the Tribe knows it. So if they see someone sacrifice themselves, they’ll work even harder to make sure that wasn’t in vain.
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CMON Previews Um’Kator Tribe For HATE

Each tribe in HATE focuses on different strategies within the game. For the Um’Kator, they’re the type that can work with fate, itself, to bring themselves victory. The old saying, “It’s better to be lucky than good” applies here. If all the dice roll in your favor, how can you lose? (obviously, they can’t just make all their dice roll whatever they want, as much as all of us wish we had such power…)
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CMON Posts HATE Development Article

Early next year, CMON will launch its Kickstarter campaign for HATE, its newest game. Based on the graphic novel, the game takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where society has collapsed (Gee, thanks Todd!) and civilization has been reduced to a few people, living in tribes, fighting over the meager resources. But what was it like developing the game? We get a small bit of insight into that with this preview.
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