After Too Many Poops (and the infamous Poople that changed the world forever), now comes a neat game about comic books by John Retterer-Moore!
Mint Condition Comics is a game where players compete for the best comic book collection. Pick through piles of comics to find those you need to complete your sets, use your comics wisely when you’re trading with the comic shop or other players, and become the single best comic book collector this world has ever known.
The game is typically played for 3 rounds. Each round players take turns trading, picking, and managing comics in their collections until all the cards have run out.
You start by choosing to make a trade with either the Comic Shop or another player.
If you trade with the Comic Shop, you can make two for one or one for two trades depending on the rarity of the comics.
If instead you choose to trade with a player, you can make one for one trades of equal or lower rarity so long as the other player’s comic is loose (not part of a set).
You’ll get to rummage through three piles of comics and decide which one to add to your collection. Any pile you don’t pick gets sweetened with an extra card for the next player.
After picking a pile the comics get added to your collection in front of you. You’ll form sets where possible for each series, or keep some comics loose.
The more complete your sets in a given series the more points you’ll score at the end of the round. Each round there’s also special collector bonuses you can try to take away from the other players!
At the end of the game, the player with the most points is the ultimate comic book collector!
The game also features special Secret Powers that you’ll change every round! With Secret Powers you can look at all the piles, get free comics, get trade advantages, and more!
We’d love to hear Secret Power suggestions in our comments section so that we can unlock more Secret Powers during the campaign!
We’ve teamed up with some great artists to bring the cards in Mint Condition Comics, and their unique stories, to life. We’ll be revealing more of the artwork for the game over the course of the Kickstarter campaign, so stay tuned!
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