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Cosmic Encounter Cosmic Eons Expansion Card Game
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- An expansion for the classic game Cosmic Encounter
- Designed by original Cosmic Encounter creators Bill Eberle, Peter Olotka, and Greg Olotka
- Thirty new playable aliens join the game
- New Hidden Alliances variant adds suspense and opportunities for bluffing
- Essence Cards enable some aliens to hamper or enhance others' abilities
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The galaxy continues to grow with Cosmic Eons, the sixth expansion for the beloved board game Cosmic Encounter. Cosmic Eons features a Hidden Alliances in which players decide their alliances secretly and reveal them simultaneously, adding suspense, bluffing and possibly even backstabbing to the Alliance Phase. Thirty new aliens enter the game, including several who begin the game with essence cards that enable players to help, fine, traumatize, and even give bad dreams to their opponents.
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The alliance dials are the other big seller. Some people swear by them and say they are necessary- I think that they are probably the second best addition behind the defensive reward deck, but change alliances too much to be called a 100% use rate. Keep in mind that the original alliance style uses a turn order, so people later on could base their decision on seeing who else allies. Now its a hidden "all at once" flip, with some additional rules to spice things up. Do I think the new alliance style is better than the old? Yes. But its two different playstyles, and far from "absolutely necessary".