The Ricks Must Be Crazy Card Game Coming May 30th

I’m woefully behind on watching certain shows that I’ve been meaning to look at for quite some time. Rick & Morty is one of them. I’ve seen a shotgun of episodes here and there, but I really mean to buckle in and just go through the series. Then, I’ll have a better handle of what’s going on in The Ricks Must be Crazy, the new card game coming from Cryptozoic. Well, I’ve got until the 30th, as that’s when the game will hit shelves.
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Cryptozoic Posts GAMA Preview

Cryptozoic is another company that will be at GAMA in Reno, Nevada. *again starts appropriate music* And while not everyone will be able to go to the show (like me, sadly), we can still live vicariously through the internet. Cryptozoic has posted up a list of what they’ll have on display at the show, and it’s not a short list! Looks like Cryptozoic’s looking to have a really busy year this year in terms of releases.
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Cryptozoic Previews Toy Fair Previews

Yeah, I know, it’s a funny headline, but it’s what we’ve got. Cryptozoic has posted up a preview of the games that they will be previewing at New York Toy Fair 2018 (which is less than a week away). They’ll have two Rick and Morty games, two DC Deck-Building sets, and a pair of standalone board games.
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Cryptozoic Announces Release Date For Rick & Morty: Anatomy Park Game

I wish I had a chance to watch more Rick & Morty. I’ve seen several episodes, but need to get them on DVD or something. Though, even with my limited knowledge, I feel I’d still get a kick out of Rick & Morty: Anatomy Park, a new board game coming from Cryptozoic and Cartoon Network (hey, CN, where’s my Megas XLR game, eh?).
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Cryptozoic To Release Two Rick and Morty Board Games

Let’s get schwifty!
Cryptozoic and Cartoon Network are teaming up to not just bring you one, but two new Rick & Morty tabletop games. One is a tile-laying board game for 2-4 players, while the other is a deck-builder using Cryptozoic’s Cerberus Engine.
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