Stranger Things Game Announced by CMON

CMON is publishing a board game primarily based on the Netflix smash hit Stranger Things. Earlier this week, CMON Games introduced that it will launch Stranger Things: The Upside Down in 2023. The game is designed by Rob Daviau, the designer behind Pandemic: Legacy, Cthulhu: Death May Die, and Return to Dark Tower. Stranger Things: The Upside Down is a cooperative game wherein gamers attempt to save Hawkins from the Upside Down. During the video announcement of the game (made throughout Dice Tower’s Summer Spectacular), Daviau famous that the Duffer Brothers had performed the brand new game. Expect extra particulars about Stranger Things: The Upside Down to be launched subsequent yr.

Stranger Things: The Upside Down is the second huge announcement made by CMON over the previous few weeks. The board game writer additionally introduced a brand new Dune game that pits the Fremen towards the Harkonnen occupiers of Arrakis. Dune: War for Arrakis is notable in that it designed by Francesco Nepitello and Marco Maggi, two of the designers of the smash hit War for the Ring. Nepitello famous that Dune: War for Arrakis will use among the identical mechanics as War for the Ring and also will characteristic a monster Sandworm.

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Several different Stranger Things board video games have both come out or are as a consequence of come out this yr, driving on the collection’ elevated visibility because of the launch of the present’s fourth season. A Stranger Things model of Monopoly launched earlier this yr drew some criticism for spoiling key parts of the season, whereas a celebration game by Asmodee will pit gamers towards one another to seek out out who’s being managed by the Mind Flayer.


Stranger Things: The Upside Down shall be launched in 2023.

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