Steve Jackson Games has a number of new Munchkin products headed our way, and Dan Patriss shares the info in this week’s Munchkin Land!

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Some New Munchkin Products coming soon.

  • Munchkin Pathfinder 3 — Odd Ventures (1/20)
    • 20 new Dungeon cards $15
  • Munchkin Zombies: Grave Mistakes (1/20)
    • 30 new Cards for Munchkin Zombies  $10
  • Munchkin Cthulhu: Sanity Check 2/ 2020
    • 30 cards to your Munchkin Cthulhu $10
  • Star Munchkin: Landing Party  (3/20)
    • 30 new Cards for Star Munchkin  $10
  • Munchkin Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Death and Destruction
    • February 2020
    • 112 new cards  $20
  • Munchkin Warhammer Age of Sigmar Kill-O-Meter
    • March 2020
    • $11
  • Munchkin Pathfinder Goblin Dice
    • March 2020
    • $8
    • Six 16mm dice and four Munchkin cards. (Munchkin Pathfinder or any Munchkin game.)

Wiz Kids to release Seeders from Sereis: Exodous   (Origins release $75)

This 1st one is a card drafting tableu game in this space sci fi universe.

Luma/Ankama games announced they will release Shadows of Macao in the US in Q1 2020 ($25)

Charles Chevallier (Vikings on board and Abyss)

According to a CNBC article. It seems that Walmart is gaining some ground back on Amazon.

Could this be good news for FLGS?


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