Privateer & Mythic Join Forces For New Monsterpocalypse Project!

August 27, 2021 by brennon

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Privateer Press and Mythic Games have announced that they are going to be working together on a new Monsterpocalypse project together. A new "pick up and play" board game is going to be hitting Kickstarter later this year.

Monsterpocalypse - Privateer Press & Mythic Games

Monsterpocalypse Announcement // Privateer Press & Mythic Games

The idea behind this new big-box range is that whilst it will be 100% compatible with the existing Monsterpocalypse, it will require no assembly and focus in on allowing people to be able to play right out of the box. You'll be able to choose between Protectors and Destroyers and just dive in.

At the heart of the Kickstarter will be a new two-player core box alongside multiplayer expansion options which allow for cooperative and competitive play for up to four players. Eight of the classic Monsterpocalypse creatures will be included within the core box representing G.U.A.R.D, Planet Eaters, Lords Of Cthul, and Terrasaurs. You'll also find unit miniatures to back you up, plastic terrain, a double-sided gameboard, and everything else you need to play.

The bigger multiplayer expansion will feature a larger double-sided game board designed specifically for a bigger group of players and five all-new Apex monsters. These are reportedly mightier evolutions of some of the famous Monsterpocalypse characters.

You'll be able to see Defender-Extreme, Insatiable Yasheth, Artic Armodax, Mega-Gorghadra, and Nightmare Gallamaxus taking to the stage in order to cause some chaos.

This certainly sounds like a great idea that should make it easier to dive into the world of Monsterpocalypse for newcomers. I like that the core of the game experience and its rules remain the same so there is a nice crossover between this and the existing Monsterpocalypse game.

Are you going to be keeping an eye out for the Kickstarter later this year?

"I like that the core of the game experience and its rules remain the same so there is a nice crossover between this and the existing Monsterpocalypse game..."

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