Munchkin is a dedicated deck card game by Steve Jackson Games, written by Steve Jackson and illustrated by John Kovalic, that has a humorous take on role-playing games.

In this Munchkin Minute: Zach and Rob went to GenCon and share their experience with Munchkin Apocalypse and Munchkin Mars Attacks.


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  1. I actually played Munchkin a long long time ago but listening to the podcast made me actually go and pickup the basic set, space, and super munchkin.

    However, now that you have me on a card and board game kick, I discovered “Dominion”, a card game that takes about an hour to play. It is pretty cool and I find myself liking it more than munchkin mainly because of the focus on strategy. Pretty fun and not too hard to play. Just a thought if you want to check another card game out.

    Also for those Cthulhu lovers, the extremely long but fun board game “Arkham Horror” has a streamlined card game version called “Elder Sign”. It’s coming in the mail but if it’s anything like Arkham Horror it will be fun…plus it’s a cooperative game. Everyone wins or everyone loses.

    Also getting some German board games, many many hours of playing time (can be a good or bad thing) but one outside of the classics of Carcassone, etc is Agricola. I recommend giving it a try if you have half a day to kill. ;)

  2. Yeah, it’s strange I have friends who love these more advanced board games and I have never bought one…but something about listening to you guys play really made me want to get together with some friends and at least have the option if we were over at my place.

    Also, now I find even people I play soccer with or work with are boardgamers (again that may be a huge function of the demographic that live where I do) :P

    Looking forward to this and all other podcasts. Miss Matthew and really have warmed up to Zach. Make mine Major Spoliers!

    Back to work and not checking out my new board game “Pandemic”…this man is being in trouble! ;)

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