Cryptozoic Entertainment Announces Release of Rick and Morty Mr. Meeseeks’ Box 'o Fun: Game of Dice & Dares

By Colin Robinson

Rick and Morty Mr. Meeseeks Box 'o Fun: Game of Dice & Dares

 

 

Cryptozoic Entertainment Announces Release of Rick and Morty Mr. Meeseeks’ Box 'o Fun: Game of Dice & Dares

New Dice Game Based on the Rick and Morty Episode “Meeseeks and Destroy” 
to Be Released August 3rd

Lake Forest, CA – August 2, 2016– Cryptozoic Entertainment (cryptozoic.com), leading creator of board games, trading cards, and collectibles, is pleased to announce the release of Rick and Morty Mr. Meeseeks Box 'o Fun: Game of Dice & Dares on August 3, 2016.

Rick and Morty Mr. Meeseeks Box 'o Fun: Game of Dice & Dares

Looking for help on a task that you just can’t bring yourself to do? Is that never-ending to-do list adding to the stress of your already complicated life? Need to take a stroke off your golf score? Then, this is the game you’ve been looking for! In Rick and Morty Mr. Meeseeks Box 'o Fun: Game of Dice & Dares, the objective is to score enough Victory Points to win. You can earn Victory Points (VPs) by completing Requests and performing Dares. The harder the Request, the more VPs it is worth. All Dares are worth 1 VP, no matter how demeaning they are (and they get pretty demeaning . . . trust us).

So, for example, say your Request card is “Read the End-User Agreement for My Phone.” First, you will attempt to complete the Request via a dice roll. If you are unable to allocate the required dice to the Request, you press the button on top of the sweet Meeseeks Box and draw a Mr. Meeseeks card. He wants to help you! If he can help you complete the Request, he can happily die! If you don’t complete the Request, you’ll have to do an embarrassing Dare. If you continue failing to complete your Request using your dice and Mr. Meeseeks cards, you’ll draw more Meeseeks and do more Dares turn after turn. Things can quickly get out of hand: The Meeseeks can turn against you and try to kill you! So, try not to be such a failure; otherwise, you run the risk of looking like a Jerry in front of all your friends!

Rick and Morty Mr. Meeseeks’ Box 'o Fun: Game of Dice & Dares will be the latest game from Cryptozoic Entertainment based on Rick and Morty, the original comedy animated series created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon for Adult Swim. The game will be available at select retail stores, as well as online.

Rick and Morty Mr. Meeseeks Box 'o Fun: Game of Dice & DaresProduct details:

-24 Dice
-30 Hit Point Tokens
-35 Request Cards
-60 Dare Cards
-50 Mr. Meeseeks Cards
-1 30-Second Sand Timer
-1 Meeseeks Box and Button with Audio voiced by Justin Roiland
-1 Rulebook

 


For more information, check out the 
Rick and Morty Mr. Meeseeks Box 'o Fun: Game of Dice & Dares product page


About Cryptozoic Entertainment
Founded in 2010, Cryptozoic Entertainment, Inc. is a premier developer and publisher of original and licensed board games, card games, collectibles, comics, and trading cards, including the DC Comics™ Deck-Building Game, The Walking Dead™ Board Game, The Big Bang Theory: The Party Game, and Ghostbusters™: The Board Game, one of the most funded tabletop games in Kickstarter history. Following a philosophy and core principle of "Fans First," the dedicated gamers and fans of the Cryptozoic Entertainment team are focused on producing fun and amazing products along with epic events that bring all gaming fans together as part of the Cryptozoic community. Visit www.cryptozoic.com for more information about product releases, events, and news.

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cjrobinson63's picture Colin Robinson

Colin J Robinson has been Cryptozoic Entertainment's Public Relations Coordinator since May 2016. He prefers his puns intended, enjoys long jokes on the beach, and makes perfect nonsense. For a good time call email- colin.robinson@cryptozoic.com.(really he's just seeking press inquirys and such)