MEESEEKS AND DESTROY

Having the power of a magic genie or a volatile Mr. Meeseeks at the tips of your fingers can either lead to a good time or to your own death. Careful what you wish for! When summoning up a Meeseeks to help you fill a request, you always run the risk that the only way he can help you is by putting you out of your misery.

The Rick and Morty Mr. Meeseeks’ Box O’Fun was designed after the famous Rick and Morty “Meeseeks and Destroy” episode from Season 1 of the adult cartoon series. For game play, each player draws a Request card that details simple tasks like “Make me a Sandwich” or “I want to be a More Complete Woman” that has an associated roll of the dice for completion. Give the dice a roll to see if you complete the Request. If not, players must press the button and summon a Mr. Meeseeks. Each Mr. Meeseeks card will either help you out or hurt your chances. Keep drawing Mr. Meeseeks until your Request is complete. Score points by completing Requests or doing crazy, embarrassing Dares. We know which one you’re gonna pick.

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