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You know, normally, you're trying to keep various Lovecraftian horrors from invading our mortal realm. But, you know, sometimes you just want your brain melted into insanity. Amirite? That's what you do in Necronomicards. There's a new expansion for the game that's up now on Kickstarter. It adds new tactical elements as well as lets you have up to 8 players for your game.
Hey there, everyone. I hope you're all having a great Saturday. I just got back from the grocery store (I'm typing this up a decent amount earlier than it is set to go live) so I can get ready to have some company over for a low-key Halloween party. I'm making cookies, chocolate-coated peanut butter balls, and gumbo. Should be a good time. I'm sure a lot of you have somewhat similar plans.

As for the moment, though, before I dive into a bit of last-minute cleaning and then work on cooking, let's get you those gaming reviews I know you all so desperately desire.

This week we have: Bankers and Robbers, Dungeon Saga, Harry Potter Deck-Building Game, Conquest Games' Medieval Archers, Mysterium, Aeon's End, Love Letter: Premium Edition, Mortem Et Gloriam, The Networks, Eclipse: Shadow of the Rift, Tumult Royale, Necronomicards, Cthulhu Crusades, and Loony Quest.

To me, a truly successful Kickstarter campaign is one that was not only funded, not only delivered to backers, but is then made available to the general public. NecronomiCards is just such a campaign. After a successful Kickstarter (funding in right around 7 hours), and sending pledges out to backers, you can now pick up the game for yourself.
My mother always told me, "don't mess around with summoning demons, monsters, and creatures from other dimensions." But like Cheech and Chong said, "I don't listen to her 'cause my head is like a sieve."
dah-nah-nah, dah-nah-nah, dah, dah, daaaaahn!
As such, I'd be up for playing NecronomiCards. It's a game where you... well... you use Spell cards to summon demons, monsters, and creatures from other dimensions. It's up on Kickstarter now.