Cryptozoic Entertainment makes some awesome games, appealing to comic book, video game, and tabletop lovers alike with successful titles like the DC Comics Deck-Building Game, the Street Fighter-Deck Building Game, and Portal: The Uncooperative Cake Acquisition Game. Later this week, tabletop gamers will be able to get their hands on three new Cryptozoic Entertainment titles debuting at Origins Game Fair 2016—Rick and Morty: Total Rickall, Internal Affairs, and Mad Science Foundation.
Rick and Morty: Total Rickall
The Total Rickall Cooperative Card Game is based on the Rick and Morty episode of the same name. If you haven’t seen it, don’t worry. You can still play this wild and wacky game and have plenty of fun. But you really should see it at some point. Seriously. Don’t be a Jerry.
In Hong Kong, the Police and ruthless Triad crime syndicate have both learned they have traitors embedded in their midst and are determined to ferret out these dangerous moles. It’s up to you to crack the codes of your foes and learn who is ultimately loyal to whom. But be careful, as your own loyalty may change during the game. Be prepared to do whatever it takes so that when all has been revealed, you end up on the winning side.
Mad Science Foundation
Throughout the centuries, mad scientists have always encountered the same problem of very limited access to the dangerous resources they require. To solve this problem, the Mad Science Foundation was created. Now these “misunderstood geniuses” can finally get the access they need to the four vital building blocks of mad science: Lasers, Dark Matter, Cryptomium, and Sharks.
Origins Game Fair 2016, a huge tabletop gaming convention, is happening this week, taking place from June 15th – 18th in Columbus, Ohio. Enthusiasts of both video game and tabletop games will barely have time to let the dust settle after E3 before attending, but it’s definitely worth checking out. If you plan on attending and want to join in on some competition, check out Cryptozoic Entertainment’s tournament schedule here to find out when you can compete in games like the aforementioned Portal title, Adventure Time: Card Wars, and Epic Spell Wars II: Rumble at Castle Tentakill.