Play Out The Animation Collection From CMON On Kickstarter

January 14, 2021 by brennon

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CMON has arrived on Kickstarter this week with The Animation Collection, a set of three board games based on beloved animated shows like Teen Titans, Looney Tunes and Scooby-Doo!

The Animation Collection - CMON

The Animation Collection // CMON

Each of the games has been designed for ages ten and up which means they should be a great option for those who want to play more games with their kids. We start with Scooby-Doo: The Board Game...

Scooby Doo The Board Game - CMON

Scooby-Doo: The Board Game // CMON

Scooby-Doo: The Board Game works with between one-to-five players and brings the entire of the Scooby Gang together in a cooperative adventure. The production value on the components and such looks great and if those pre-painted figures come out like that then they are going to be bloomin' awesome for kids to pop out and play with.

A team game is also in the mix for those who want to move away from the cooperative side of things. Teen Titans Go introduces a clash between some familiar heroes as they look to prove their superiority.

Teen Titans Go - CMON

Teen Titans Go // CMON

Again, it certainly looks good and I like the concept. Anything which looks immediately engaging and draws people to the tabletop is great and as long as the gameplay supports that, you're onto a winner.

The final of the three games includes a selection of characters that I love. It's neat to see Taz, Daffy, Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny popping up!

Looney Tunes - CMON

Looney Tunes // CMON

Again, we have them focusing in on the team-based side of gameplay here which I think is a good way to go. It's fun that they're working with plenty of fun ACME toys to create mayhem on the tabletop. This, alongside the Scooby-Doo game, might be the option that draws a lot of older gamers in as well.

Loads of extras are getting unlocked for this game as the campaign rolls forward. New characters are popping up for each of the games, some of which are Kickstarter Exclusive. If you're interested in the games above then make sure to dive in and check out the campaign above.

When it comes to rules, there is a download of the Scooby-Doo book HERE so you can give that a peek too!

Are you going to be checking out this campaign?

"Looney Tunes, alongside the Scooby-Doo game, might be the option that draws a lot of older gamers in as well..."

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