|Language:||English, Italian, French, German, Spanish|
|Model Number||SJG 1410|
|Number of Game Players||3-6|
|Number of pieces||112|
|Release date||23 June 2010|
|Mfg Recommended age||14 - 100 years|
|Item Model Number||SJG 1410|
|Product Dimensions||13.97 x 9.21 x 1.91 cm; 181.44 Grams|
Steve Jackson Games SJG 1410 Munchkin 2- Unnatural Axe
|Item dimensions L x W x H||14 x 9.2 x 1.9 centimetres|
|CPSIA cautionary statement||Choking Hazard - Small Parts|
|Number of players||3-6|
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112 more cards for the game of killing monsters and taking their stuff. Play a new race: Orcs! Face foes like the Hydrant and the Tentacle Demon. Equip yourself with dread armor like the Spiked Codpiece. Recruit allies like the Shoulder Dragon. Wield mighty weapons like Druid Fluid, the Catapult and, of course, the dread Unnatural Axe ,and show them who's the greatest munchkin of all.Munchkin 2 - Unnatural Axe is a supplement to Munchkin; you will need the original game to play. Or you could add it to any of the other Munchkin game sets instead. It'll work, and it'll be silly, and that's what we all want here.
1 rule flyer<BR>112 Playing cards
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HOW TO PLAY
1. Kick down the door
Draw one card from the Door deck and turn it face up. If it's a monster, you must fight it. If it's a curse, apply it. If you draw any other card, put it in your hand.
2. Fight the Monster
Compare your combat strength (your level plus any bonuses or penalties) to the monster's combat strength. If yours is greater, you win! Don't forget to ask for help if you need it!
3. Grab the Treasure
When you kill the monster, draw the number of treasures listed on the bottom of the monster's card. Share (if someone helped) or hoard them all to yourself!
4. Reach Level 10 and Win!
Gain a level (or more!) when defeating a monster. The first player to Level 10 wins the game!
|Munchkin Deluxe||Munchkin 3: Clerical Errors||Munchkin 4: The Need for Steed||Munchkin 5: De-Ranged||Munchkin 6: Double Dungeons||Munchkin 7: Cheat With Both Hands|
|Standalone or expansion?||Standalone||Expansion: Needs any base game to play||Expansion: Needs any base game to play||Expansion: Needs any base game to play||Expansion: Needs any base game to play||Expansion: Needs any base game to play|
|What’s included?||168 cards, 6 standies, 6 player cards, gameboard, rules, and die.||112 cards and rules||112 cards and rules||112 cards and rules||112 cards and rules||112 cards and rules|
|What's special?||Deluxe: Big gameboard, standies, a die and player card.||New race: Gnomes New Class: Bard||Steeds and Hirelings||New class: Rangers!||Dungeons and portals||Item enhancers, Makes it easier to combine sets|
|Card backs?||Standard Munchkin||Standard Munchkin||Standard Munchkin||Standard Munchkin||Standard Munchkin||Standard Munchkin|
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adding up their power stat every turn (to account for new variables) and having to add up for other players who are a bit slower or not that good at quick mental arithmetic. You can get some long chains of addition and subtraction towards the end game.
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The next time I played with the kids was much better - I think you pick up quite a bit each time you play and by the 3/4 game we were feeling like experts, moaning as we pulled the duck of doom card that we know means we drop 2 levels and thrilled if we grab the doppelgänger card that doubles our combat strength.
We've had this game about a week and played it 2/3 times a day. Video games have been (I'm sure temporarily) shunned and visiting children as young as 7 have been dragged into the obsession. One of those games you just play to learn rather than being taught.
You do have to be quite tough on each other at times, playing curses and attack cars to try and stop the leader from winning. My kids are getting better at this but my 9 year old can still take it all a bit personally. :) All in all though it has been the best money we have spent on a game in ages and I would thoroughly recommend it. We were climbing the walls a bit before it came and it has really perked up our holidays.
(Please note that the base game can be bought without the deluxe version, it just depends if you want the extras or not.)
This version of Munchkin provides the base game card deck with character cards, 6 coloured plastic character tokens and a very simple 1-10 board to illustrate game progression. As mentioned you can buy it without the board or extras but play is a little more straight forward with them. There is space in the box to add in expansions but it could get messy. Thankfully each expansion to Munchkin is identifiable on the cards (you might have to scan through the deck to check).
The game is both simple to dive into and great fun with great replayabilty. If you are a stickler for rules they come with the game and are dowloadable from the official Munchkin website. You play as a "Munchkin", who for all purposes is a generic treasure hunting Human character. Equip him/her with armour and weapons, change them into a thief or a cleric or wizard etc and even change their race from Dwarf to Elf and so on, using cards you have from your hand. Then "knock" on a door to find out what is in the next dungeon. The aim of the game is to get your character to level 10, simply by battling and defeating monsters. Of course it isn't as simpe as have more power than said monster. Find a monster who is too powerful to defeat and you can use potions/spells or abilities or even call on a friend (who may or may not help). Or maybe you can easily defeat the monster, in which case your friend could chose to help the monster defeat you. Things get ugly as you get closer to winning and it's never as straight forward as have the most powerful character. What I love is that even if someone is miles ahead they can come crashing down very easily.
Game times can vary from 10mins to 1 hour. The more people you have the more competitive and longer the games can last. My experience has been that the various add ons are well worth a look and don't forget to checkout forums and other online stuff for variant rules etc.
Buy this if:
1) You like quirky role playing games that make fun of the genre
2) You have more than 2 friends as above
3) Even if you don't like the above but want something different from Monopoly or Trivial pursuit
4) You may be willing to lose hours playing and replaying
Don't buy this if:
1) You have no sense of humour
2) You really don't have more than 1 other friend
3) Monopoly is you favourtie game ever and there's nothing to beat it...
After a few plays I now know my fears were unwarranted as there is enough variety in the game without expanding, at least for a while.
The game has become a firm favourite of the kids of the house, being their first request on game nights nine times out of ten. It can take a bit of time to get to grips with the rules, particularly the younger the player but once it's sunk in it's not too complex.
Would recommentld for families and adult groups alike.
Will be buying some add ons to this for his Birthday.