Here’s the thing…
I got bored the other morning and was listening to the Nerdist Podcast. Whilst listening, I was inspired by one of my favorite games, Munchkin, and wrote a Munchkin Expansion based on the Nerdist Podcast. It’s a total fanboy move, but I am convinced it would actually make a cool sub-set! I am posting about it here because I am hoping to find an artist that would be interested in actually drawing out the cards for the set.
The set includes one new race and three new classes and has a total card count of 31. If you or anyone else you know would be interested in drawing out some Munchkin cards, I would be able to print out a few sets (one for me, one for artist and one for each of the Nerdist guys… Wil Wheaton may want one, as well) and send them out to the Nerdist guys. It’s just a fan project and I would happily donate the card set and concepts to Nerdist and/or Stephen Jackson Games (the makers of Munchkin) should they be interested. Please hit me up here or on Twitter if you want to work on this Nerdist fanboy project with me! I can’t possibly be the only guy with this crossover of nerdiness.
Zombie Dice, by Stephen Jackson Games, is a dice based game in which you and your friends play as brain hungry zombies, and each of the 13 dice are your victims. You roll all the dice and try to eat 13 brains before you are shotgunned! I have included an episode of Wil Wheaton’s “Table Top” at the end of this post, should you like to know more about Zombie Dice.
This expansion gives you 3 more dice that you can substitute in for some of the dice that come with your original Zombie Dice set to allow you to play the game differently. As you see in the picture, the three new dice consist of a white on black die (referred to as “The Hunk”), a pink on black die (referred to as “The Hottie”) and a white on red die (referred to as Santa Clause). These are meant to comprise three different play styles.
CoinOpKids Video: Deckbuilder - “The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed Up Zombies”
Yes… I actually named my deck after the most horrible Zombie movie ever. The only reason anyone should ever actually watch it, is if your watching the Mystery Science Theater 3000 version, and I love MST3K!