Munchkin: Critical Role Releasing This Fall From USAopoly

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USAopoly’s card game Munchkin is about to get a brand-new version releasing this fall. They have teamed up with Critical Role to create Munchkin: Critical Role.

This new version will take players into Critical Role’s current campaign. And much like the original version of Munchkin, players will be able to take risks, betray their friends, and grab loot to reach Level 10 and win.

The Game’s Description

The powerhouse role-playing franchise Critical Role meets its match in the treasure-seeking hit role-playing card game of Munchkin, bringing the hugely successful Mighty Nein campaign to tabletop in the first officially licensed Critical Role card game.

Critical Role‘s Vice President of Business Development Ben Van Der Fluit had this to say about the collaboration:

We’re thrilled to see the world and characters of the Mighty Nein come to life in card game form with Munchkin, and we can’t wait to share it with the Critters. We wouldn’t be here today without them.

It’s exciting to see a licensed game from Critical Role releasing. This is their first one releasing. Depending on the success of it, we could get a licensed board game in the future.

Steve Jackson Games CEO Phil Reed said this about the game:

Fast-playing and silly, Munchkin appeals to a very wide audience. In this version of Munchkin, fans will compete to grab magic and kill monsters specific to Critical Role, such as Lorenzo and Avantika.

The Op’s VP Of Sales Heather Campbell said this:

We couldn’t be more excited to release this game to fans of Critical Role and Munchkin and meet an ever-growing demand for both franchises.

The game releases in the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand to specialty stores for $24.99 this fall. Also announced to be released will be 2 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzles, each retailing for $14.99.

USAopoly’s website has the where to buy link up on their website.

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