This week we take the show on the road to Fort Hays State University, where we record live at the weekly CATTG meeting. This episode of Munchkin Land is sponsored by Loot Crate. Go to www.lootcrate.com/munchkin and use the code munchkin to save $3.00 off any new order.
This week on the Munchkin Minute: Marvel Munchkin release date is near, Massive Darkness launches soon, and get ready to for Team Doctor Strange. This episode of Munchkin Land is sponsored by Loot Crate. Go to www.lootcrate.com/munchkin and use the code munchkin to save $3.00 off any new order.
It’s weird the way things happen. Last year, we had our exclusive first look at the Ghostbusters board game during Nerdtacular 2015. Then a few months ago, we sat down to record a Munchkin Land episode where we finally got to play the game (no, it hasn’t been released yet, that’s how far ahead we are). During that recording, I mentioned a new Kickstarter for a game sequel should happen in 2016, and now it is!
This week, Stephen chats with Justin Robert Young, one of the co-creators of The Contender, about the game’s origin, promoting at the Iowa Caucuses, and the massively successful Kickstarter campaign.
Majorspoilers.com is a fantastic site that covers everything you need to know about comics and pop culture. So what better place than here to review a comic book super hero board game. Sentinels of the Multiverse by Greater than Games is a cooperative card game that has one to five players taking on the role of superheroes and go against a common villain in a strange environment.
With the new year celebrations just passing, it signals the final month of the football season. Are you ready for the fun of football to be put on hiatus for several months after the Big Game? You could play the latest Madden or NCAA football video game, but that requires a fairly hefty upfront monetary commitment. I am talking about a fairly small game that has all the play calling capability of your average video game and customizable teams.