RETURN OF THE COUNCIL OF RICKS!

How many Ricks is too many Ricks? All of them, some would argue. And by “some” we mean Jerry, and sometimes even Morty. Still, even a single Rick is sure to make things more interesting – and this game is loaded with a whole Council of them!

Inspired by the first season Rick and Morty episode, “Close Rick-Counters of the Rick-Kind,” this deck-building game from Cryptozoic is based on the company’s Cerberus Engine – with a few upgrades. The typical “Kick” stack has been replaced with Portal Guns, which can be used to access the unpredictable and awesome Location Deck. These Locations, based on the episode or other popular places from the series, can be used that turn and then they go away – or you can buy them if you think they’ll add a new dimension (heh, get it?) to your strategy. Play as and against various alternate reality versions of Rick as you try to stop the villainous Council of Ricks from getting too self-righteous. Ugh, they need to be knocked down a peg… and you’re just the Rick to do it!

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