Whew! I’m finally awake again after finishing last week’s Part 1 of my “New to Me Games – January” post.
That really took a lot out of me. It’s been a week and I’m just now recovering!
Excuse me while I hop on my Peloton and limber up for today’s posting.
My fellow Cult of the New to Me members are very happy after seeing today’s post. There’s a game from 2009 in there! And 2016! Of course, there are a few too many 2019 games on there so there was a little grumbling.
I may have to do something for them for Valentine’s Day.
So, without further adieu (all of my adieu was sold for a tomato at a Chinese market anyway), let’s begin!
According to Boardgame Geek, this expansion was designed by Evan Lorentz and Tim McKnight.
In Cyber Station 11, you’re no longer trying to steal from Lord Eradikus. Instead, you’re dealing Commander Preon.
Let’s blurb this thing because there’s not a lot of information out there yet.
“Eager to prove her worth to Lord Eradikus, COMMANDER PREON has built a research station on the edge of civilized space. There, she’s developing strange and powerful CYBERWARE — and using all the best of it to augment her own half- mechanical body. “
The expansion will include 40 new cards to add to the deck, as well as a new double-sided playing board (does this mean it’s a board like the original Clank and not a modular piece combined with the rest? Interesting).
You can also install (somehow) cyberware that will give you abilities that work throughout the rest of the game.
Does that mean…asymmetric powers?
I’m very intrigued, and November isn’t that far away.
Let’s hope more information comes out soon.
Keep tabs here for when that happens and you’ll know as soon as I do!
While it certainly didn’t need anything additional added to it, there is always room for more cool cards and concepts, and Clank in Space: Apocalypse (Almost forever after just called Apocalypse because I’m a lazy git) delivers that in spades.
Apocalypse is designed by Andy Clautice and Evan Lorentz with art by a number of people (Rayph Beisner, Ralph Beisner, Raul Ramos, Le Rastislav, Nate Storm, Franz Vohwinkel). It’s published by Renegade Games Studios and Dire Wolf Digital and came out in 2018.
How awesome is this expansion?
Well, it falls just short of awesome into the almost awesome category.
It’s been a long month at Dude Central, and thank you everyone for the good wishes, the patience, and the condolences. December was a pretty bad month in general, with me generally not being in the mood to play games (or write blog posts either).