There’s a new Munchkin Booster pack, but you’ve probably never heard of it… It’s the Munchkin Minute!

From the Press Release
Steve Jackson Games has a long history of making obscure boutique games, but all that’s changing with Munchkin Hipsters. In partnering with ThinkGeek, Steve Jackson Games ensures that Munchkin Hipsters will reach audiences everywhere, no matter what brand of locally sourced, organic coffee they enjoy (or pretend to enjoy).

Munchkin Hipsters is available first from ThinkGeek. This masterpiece of corporate brilliance is a 30-card booster with more hipster jokes than you can shake a mustache comb at.

“We love ThinkGeek and we’re really excited to be partnering with them on Munchkin Hipsters,” said Brian Engard, Marketing Director for Steve Jackson Games. “Also, on a more personal level, I’m really excited that we’re doing a booster about people like me. Or, you know, I would be, if I could show excitement and disaffected ennui simultaneously.”

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2 Comments

  1. Michael "Shadow Slayer" Cormier on

    I wish I could attend in Salt Lake City, (I’m from Ontario. Canada, and just payed the bills for the month). Would love to meet you guys and attend your panels. I will probably try to listen/watch live if possible. Have fun at Nerdtacular!

  2. The Deluxe sets are nice but, other than theme, the boards are all about the same. We have the original Deluxe set and just use that board for every game. The board does help those of us with younger ones to keep better track of where everyone is and how they can move but we don’t need more than one board. This is great for people who love a certain theme, though. I thinks Deluxe sets are nice but unless you really like that set, the board can be redundant if you already have one.

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