The Doom That Came to Atlantic City

Key Features

Release Date: 04.02.2014

A Light-hearted Game of Urban Destruction Set in the Universe of H.P. Lovecraft

It came from Cryptozoic! The Doom That Came To Atlantic City was a super successful Kickstarter campaign that was cancelled by its previous publisher. In comes Cryptozoic to make good to all the Kickstarter backers and believers.

Written and designed by Keith Baker with Concept, Art and Design by Lee Moyer and custom pieces by Sculptor Paul Komoda, The Doom that Came to Atlantic City board game invites players to assume the role of one of the Great Old Ones – beings of ancient eldritch power. Cosmic forces have held you at bay for untold eons, but at last the stars are right and your maniacal cult has called you forth. Once you regain your full powers, you will unleash your doom upon the world! There’s only one problem: you’re not alone. The other Great Old Ones are here as well, and your rivals are determined to steal your cultists and snatch victory from your flabby claws! It’s a race to the ultimate finish as you crush houses, smash holes in reality, and fight to call down The Doom That Came To Atlantic City!

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Product Details

Number of Players: 2-4
For Ages: 15+
Playing Time: 30 – 45 Minutes
MSRP: $75.00

Game Box Contains:

  • 1 Game Board
  • 2 Custom Dice
  • 4 Reference Cards
  • 8 Custom Playing Pieces
  • 8 Mythos Role Cards
  • 8 Resorts
  • 8 Tentacles
  • 16 Tome Cards
  • 24 Gate Cards
  • 40 Gate Markers
  • 45 Chants Cards
  • 50 Cultists
  • 60 Homes
  • Rules

 

Artists

Concept Art and Design
  • Lee Moyer
Game Design & Writing
  • Keith Baker
Playing Pieces
  • Paul Komoda

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