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Cthul-B-Que: Game of the Month for September '08 · 14 September 08

The Invisible City Game of the Month (#102) for September 2008 is Cthul-B-Que.

The astute among you may be thinking, But wasn’t that the Game of the Month for October 2004?

Ah, that was Cthulbeque. This, my friends, is Cthul-B-Que. Think of it as Cthulbeque, v2.0. The easier-to-pronounce name is representative of the changes made to the game in general. I’ve sent Cthulbeque around to several game companies to consider for publication, received very astute critiques and polite rejections, and Cthul-B-Que is the result. The general flavor of the game is the same as before, but there are lots of adjustments and enhancements (and art!). If you liked Cthulbeque, you’ll really like Cthul-B-Que. If you weren’t so sure about Cthulbeque, give CthulB-Que a shot. Hey, it’s free – what have you got to lose?

About Cthul-B-Que: Those Iron Chef guys were wimps. Their ingredients never fought back, and only the giant squid had a chance of driving them insane. But you’re not wimps. Oh no. You’re up to the challenge of non-euclidean food preparation for 2 to 5 chefs.

Cthul-B-Que is a card and dice game. Your goal is to summon monsters from the Cthulhu Mythos, cook them, and prepare the tastiest meals. In addition to summoning monsters you’ll cast sanity-shattering spells, wield fine cookware (and the occasional piece of heavy weaponry), and read from long-lost tomes of forbidden lore like the delectable-but-blasphemous Necrocookbookicon!

Cthul-B—Que is a game for 2 to 4 players. It uses a custom card deck and totem, about 10 six-sided dice, and a bunch of generic tokens. You can download the rules, cards, and totem from http://www.invisible-city.com/file_download/129/Cthul-B-Que.pdf. A two-player game takes about 25 minutes to play. Cthul-B-Que is appropriate for ages 14 and up.

Enjoy!

— Jonathan A Leistiko :: gaming : humor

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Cthul-B-Que: Game of the Month for September '08 · 14 September 08

The Invisible City Game of the Month (#102) for September 2008 is Cthul-B-Que.

The astute among you may be thinking, But wasn’t that the Game of the Month for October 2004?

Ah, that was Cthulbeque. This, my friends, is Cthul-B-Que. Think of it as Cthulbeque, v2.0. The easier-to-pronounce name is representative of the changes made to the game in general. I’ve sent Cthulbeque around to several game companies to consider for publication, received very astute critiques and polite rejections, and Cthul-B-Que is the result. The general flavor of the game is the same as before, but there are lots of adjustments and enhancements (and art!). If you liked Cthulbeque, you’ll really like Cthul-B-Que. If you weren’t so sure about Cthulbeque, give CthulB-Que a shot. Hey, it’s free – what have you got to lose?

About Cthul-B-Que: Those Iron Chef guys were wimps. Their ingredients never fought back, and only the giant squid had a chance of driving them insane. But you’re not wimps. Oh no. You’re up to the challenge of non-euclidean food preparation for 2 to 5 chefs.

Cthul-B-Que is a card and dice game. Your goal is to summon monsters from the Cthulhu Mythos, cook them, and prepare the tastiest meals. In addition to summoning monsters you’ll cast sanity-shattering spells, wield fine cookware (and the occasional piece of heavy weaponry), and read from long-lost tomes of forbidden lore like the delectable-but-blasphemous Necrocookbookicon!

Cthul-B—Que is a game for 2 to 4 players. It uses a custom card deck and totem, about 10 six-sided dice, and a bunch of generic tokens. You can download the rules, cards, and totem from http://www.invisible-city.com/file_download/129/Cthul-B-Que.pdf. A two-player game takes about 25 minutes to play. Cthul-B-Que is appropriate for ages 14 and up.

Enjoy!

— Jonathan A Leistiko :: gaming : humor

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