SPYFALL and Adventure Time Card Wars Collectors Pack: Ice King vs. Marceline are now Available!

By Sara Miguel




  • For more information, check out the Adventure Time Card Wars Collectors Pack: Ice King vs Marceline Product Page.
  • Purchase this new Collectors Pack on the Cryptozoic eStore.
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About Adventure Time Card Wars Collectors Pack: Ice King vs. Marceline:

The fastest-selling trading card game of 2014 is expanding… again! This time, the Ice King and his IcyLands deck take on Marceline’s dark and crafty Useless Swamps & NiceLands deck. The excitement is mounting, as players speculate on the direction in which the first all-new Landscape will take.

IcyLands Creatures are all about attacking directly. They would prefer to avoid attacking other Creatures. One way they can find some clear Lanes to attack down is through Frozen tokens – an all-new addition to the game. Through various means, these chilling tokens can be placed onto your opponent’s Landscapes. Opponents will find playing Creatures onto Frozen Landscapes rather difficult. Where the Ice King finds an opening, he will strike as hard as a blizzard!

Marceline’s deck is a Useless Swamps & NiceLands deck. This is the first time that NiceLands has been paired with another Landscape type, and the chemistry is going to burn hot! The Useless Swamp side of the deck is themed around denial, discard, and dirty tricks. Some of the Useless Swamp Creatures are willing victims to your dark tidings. When they go, they leave a lot of destruction in their wake.

The NiceLands side of the deck is themed around Creatures with exactly 5 Damage on them. This is a tweak to the NiceLands strategy as seen in the original NiceLands deck. There, the Creatures thrived with various different amounts of damage on them. Now the trick is to get as many of your Creatures as you can to have exactly 5 Damage on them. When that happens, look out!

96% of the cards in the set are BRAND-SPANKING new! Just a couple of rainbow cards have ever been seen before. NONE of the cards from the For the Glory! Booster set are repeated here. This Collector’s Pack gives you over 45 never-before-seen cards. This new Ice King vs Marceline Collector’s Pack is a must-buy for both casual and tournament level players!



  • For more information, check out the SPYFALL Product Page.
  • Purchase this new party game on the Cryptozoic eStore.
  • To find a local hobby store near you, use our Store Locator.


Walk a mile in the shoes of a spy! Or was it a kilometer in clogs?

SPYFALL is an easy-to-learn card game of bluffing, probing questions, clever answers, and suspicion. At the start of each round, players receive a secret card informing them of the group's location – a casino, space station, pirate ship, circus, (30 unique locations!) – except that one player receives the SPY card instead of the location. The Spy doesn’t know where they are, but wins the round if they can figure it out before they blow their cover!

Players then start asking each other questions during the intense 8-minute rounds. Non-Spy players want to ask questions and give answers that prove to the other players that they know where they are. But watch out! If your questions and answers are too specific, the Spy will easily guess the location and win, so you need to practice a bit of subtlety. But if your questions and answers are too generic, you might be accused of being the Spy. The Spy will also sometimes be asked questions (just like any other player would) and have to come up with questions of his own, without knowing anything about where he is! If you listened carefully to the other players, you’ll be able to come up with a plausible question or answer… hopefully.

Once per round, each player may accuse another player of being the Spy. If all players agree, the game ends and that player’s secret card is flipped up. If the Spy is captured, each of the Non-Spy players win the round. If a Non-Spy is revealed, the Spy wins. Finally, if the Spy figures out where they are, they can reveal their card and make a guess. If they're right, they win the round. If not, the Non-Spy players win.

The game is played over a series of rounds and points are awarded each round. A complete game is typically five rounds and the cards are randomly dealt each round. You could even be the Spy two rounds in a row! After the last round, the player with the most points is the winner.

sara.miguel's picture Sara Miguel

Sara Miguel is Cryptozoic Entertainment's Marketing Coordinator since September 2014. She has long been a fan of pop culture and gaming and looks forward to integrating her passion with her job. In her off time, she enjoys going to theme parks, gaming and catching up on the latest TV shows.