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Mindbug is back with two new expansions. You now have the option to purchase Beyond Evolution and Beyond Eternity, which will expand your base game with even more cards, options and abilities.

With Beyond Evolution, you now have the opportunity to evolve your Mindbugs to make them stronger. Up to 3 new evolutions are now available for your Mindbugs, each evolution will have new abilities and powers. This expansion can be played alone or together with the other games.

In the Beyond Eternity expansion, you have the option to give your Mindbugs an ability boost, making their abilities stronger and harder to fight. This expansion can also be played separately or together with the other games in the genre.

Mindbug is back with two new expansions. You now have the option to purchase Beyond Evolution and Beyond Eternity, which will expand your base game with even more cards, options and abilities.

With Beyond Evolution, you now have the opportunity to evolve your Mindbugs to make them stronger. Up to 3 new evolutions are now available for your Mindbugs, each evolution will have new abilities and powers. This expansion can be played alone or together with the other games.

In the Beyond Eternity expansion, you have the option to give your Mindbugs an ability boost, making their abilities stronger and harder to fight. This expansion can also be played separately or together with the other games in the genre.

Player count
2-4
Gametime
15-25 min.
Age
+8

Player count
2-4

Gametime
15-25 min.

Age
+8

* NOTE: These products are sold through partnership with Nerdlab and therefore ship directly from Germany. Ovenstående priser er inkl. fragt. *

Cards in Mindbug represent weird creatures that all come with unique and powerful abilities such as a Compost Dragon, a Snail Hydra, or a Kangasaurus Rex. Each player starts the game with ten creature cards (five in hand and five in a draw pile) and tries to use them to reduce the opponent's life total to zero. In addition, every player receives two Mindbug cards that can be used to mind control an opposing creature when it is played. This innovative Mindbug mechanism is the core of the game and leads to a unique decision-making process that makes Mindbug feel utterly different from any other card game.

Playing a card doesn't require any resources in Mindbug. As a result, the game has no ramp-up phase (such as gathering resources) and doesn't require weak cards. Since there is also no deck-building, you can start playing right away from a single deck. There is also no unfair advantage as players draw cards from the same deck and always get the chance to mind control the strongest opposing cards. In the end, it all comes down to your own decisions, making the game extremely fair and competitive at the same time.

Cards in Mindbug represent weird creatures that all come with unique and powerful abilities such as a Compost Dragon, a Snail Hydra, or a Kangasaurus Rex. Each player starts the game with ten creature cards (five in hand and five in a draw pile) and tries to use them to reduce the opponent's life total to zero. In addition, every player receives two Mindbug cards that can be used to mind control an opposing creature when it is played. This innovative Mindbug mechanism is the core of the game and leads to a unique decision-making process that makes Mindbug feel utterly different from any other card game.

Playing a card doesn't require any resources in Mindbug. As a result, the game has no ramp-up phase (such as gathering resources) and doesn't require weak cards. Since there is also no deck-building, you can start playing right away from a single deck. There is also no unfair advantage as players draw cards from the same deck and always get the chance to mind control the strongest opposing cards. In the end, it all comes down to your own decisions, making the game extremely fair and competitive at the same time.

Basis:
48 x creature cards
4 x mindbug cards
2 x life trackers
1 x rulebook
In box with space for sleeved cards

Beyond Evolution:
44 x creature cards
4 x double-sided evolution cards
4 x mindbug cards
4 x helper cards
2 x life trackers
1 x rulebook
In box with space for sleeved cards

Beyond Eternity:
48 x creature cards
4 x mindbug cards
2 x helping cards
2 x life trackers
1 x rulebook
In box with space for sleeved cards

Dive into the rules right here:
Mindbug – Rules

Even if Mindbug isn’t a game that I love, it’s a design that I admire. It’s Magic on steroids and unambiguously fantastic at being what it wants to be. If you’re the kind of person who likes games that are sharper than Oscar Wilde using a Ginsu knife on an old chunk of Asiago, you’d be hard-pressed to do better than Mindbug. – Meeple Mountain (link)

Gameplay therefore is simple and it’s swift – our Board’s Eye View plays mostly took around 15 minutes per game. Hand management is all important but the interesting dynamic at work here is the fact that you are only ever going to have 10 cards in a game, two of which can be seized by the other player (and vice versa). Even when you’ve learned all the cards in the Mindbug deck, you won’t know specifically which ones are actually in play in this game (you only ever play with less than half the cards). – Board’s Eye View (link)

Weight: 1 kg.

<em>It feels like a microcosm of Magic the Gathering. But it has a very different feel to it. It is interesting and it is unique. I am pretty impressed</em><br><br><strong>Tom Vasel - Dice Tower</strong>

It feels like a microcosm of Magic the Gathering. But it has a very different feel to it. It is interesting and it is unique. I am pretty impressed

Tom Vasel – Dice Tower

<em>In general it's like a fun deck of card to play a game like this. Especially something you can play with against an 8 year old, 30 year old or 65 years old or however.</em><br><br><strong>Team Covenant</strong>

In general it’s like a fun deck of card to play a game like this. Especially something you can play with against an 8 year old, 30 year old or 65 years old or however.

Team Covenant

<em>It's a very simple action system. Your turns are very simple - either you play a card or you draw a card. I really enjoyed this game.</em><br><br><strong>Play It Yourself</strong>

It’s a very simple action system. Your turns are very simple – either you play a card or you draw a card. I really enjoyed this game.

Play It Yourself

<em>It feels like a microcosm of Magic the Gathering. But it has a very different feel to it. It is interesting and it is unique. I am pretty impressed</em><br><br><strong>Tom Vasel - Dice Tower</strong>

It feels like a microcosm of Magic the Gathering. But it has a very different feel to it. It is interesting and it is unique. I am pretty impressed

Tom Vasel – Dice Tower

<em>In general it's like a fun deck of card to play a game like this. Especially something you can play with against an 8 year old, 30 year old or 65 years old or however.</em><br><br><strong>Team Covenant</strong>

In general it’s like a fun deck of card to play a game like this. Especially something you can play with against an 8 year old, 30 year old or 65 years old or however.

Team Covenant

<em>It's a very simple action system. Your turns are very simple - either you play a card or you draw a card. I really enjoyed this game.</em><br><br><strong>Play It Yourself</strong>

It’s a very simple action system. Your turns are very simple – either you play a card or you draw a card. I really enjoyed this game.

Play It Yourself

Mindbug First Contact

Basis, Bevo, Bete, BB, BasEvo, BasEte, BasEvoEte