Cryptozoic Build On Rick & Morty Line-Up With New Deck-Builder

February 14, 2018 by brennon

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Cryptozoic is going to be adding to their line-up of Rick & Morty tabletop games with a follow-up Deck-Builder to Close Rick-Counters Of The Rick Kind.

Rick & Morty - The Rickshank Redemption Deck Building Game

Here's what you need to know about The Rickshaw Rickdemption...

"This 2-4 player sequel to Rick and Morty: Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind Deck-Building Game features a set of Council cards that cause players to vote to enact new rules, dramatic one-time effects, and other mysterious situations. Access Tokens give players votes and chances to devalue the Galactic Federation currency from 1 to 0. The game exudes off-the-wall Rick and Morty art and gameplay, even including a Szechuan Sauce card."

The original Deck-Builder seemed to go down quite well with fans so if you're really into your Rick & Morty there are plenty more options on the way for you.

Pickle Rick!

Talking of fan favourites, there's also a game on the horizon based on the famous Pickle Rick episode...

"This intense 1-2 player game is based on the hugely popular “Pickle Rick” episode of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty. One player plays as Pickle Rick as he tries to escape a heavily armed compound, while the other player takes on the roles of both the Russians and Jaguar as they try to stop him. The Pickle Rick player uses weapons cards to dole out damage and Air Vents to get out of jams as he or she tries to get to the Rooftop.

The game includes both Pickle Rick and Jaguar miniatures that are moved across a dynamic board made up of tiles that are constantly being added, rotated, and flipped. Adding to the off-the-wall fun is the game’s packaging: It looks like a pickle!"

It's nice to have an alternative game that features a different player count, opening up possibilities for gaming within this world. Also, how could you pass up a board game packaged up as a Pickle?

You can see what else Cryptozoic have planned ahead of the Toy Fair 2018 HERE.

Are you interested in more ways to play as the crazy Rick & Morty?

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"...adding to the off-the-wall fun is the game’s packaging: It looks like a pickle!"

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