Cryptozoic Entertainment has been knocking it out of the park with boardgames lately. I’m ecstatic about their partnership with Cartoon Network, for the Cartoon Network Crossover Crisis Deck-Building Game.
The game features fan favorite characters from many current and classic Cartoon Network animated series. Suitable for 2 players with a gameplay time of 30-45 minutes, you’ll get 206 Game Cards, 9 Oversized Character Cards, 1 Promo Oversized Character card, and 1 Rulebook for $40.
“Cartoon Network’s mischievous nemeses are loose and it’s up to the players to stop them. Play as beloved heroes from Cartoon Network’s past and present original shows including Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Clarence, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Dexter’s Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Regular Show, Samurai Jack and Steven Universe to take them down. Every main deck card is unique and brimming with Cartoon Network characters.”
In this wacky take on the world-renown Cerberus Engine, players will find everything they have come to expect in a Cryptozoic game including high drama and hijinks. Weakness cards are all unique and dangerous. Fortunately, Pratfall cards (which replace Vulnerabilities) are a great way to exit any scene (and get rid of Weaknesses).
There will be some crazy event cards to change the game play up in ways that you could never imagine. This highly competitive game looks like it will be insanely addictive.
Cartoon Network Crossover Crisis Deck-Building Game will release on April 13 and is fully compatible with all previous Cerberus Engine releases.
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