CoolMiniOrNot, Spaghetti Western Games and Flatlined Games bring board game fans Cthulhu in the House, a new title based on the popular Rumble in the Dungeon and Rumble in the House games from Flatlined Games. Featuring all-new art from legendary artist John Kovalic and new gameplay mechanics, Cthulhu in the House is a brand new, yet familiar, experience.
Cthulhu in the House is a royal rumble to see which Old One has the staying power to outlast their opponents. Players will hide their identities and compete over three rounds of battle to determine who is the toughest! Cthulhu in the House adds a new feature to the Rumble series: Portals. These eldritch gateways will let players teleport around the board and change the outcome of fights, bringing a new level of strategy to the series.
CMON, Spaghetti Western Games and Flatlined Games are pleased to have fan-favorite illustrator John Kovalic working on the game. His style and sense of humor brings life to every Old One. John will be at CMON’s booth during Gen Con 2016, where the game will debut for MSRP $24.99, to sign copies of the games, with times to be announced soon on CMON’s Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts, as well as its official website.
About CMON Limited
CMON Limited is an international publisher of board games, tabletop games and apps. Beginning from small hobbyist roots, CMON has grown into a multinational group that publishes several award winning games, including Zombicide, Arcadia Quest, Blood Rage and more.
About Spaghetti Western Games
By working with several well-established designers such as Eric M. Lang and Paolo Mori, Spaghetti Western Games has consistently designed games that achieve critical praise upon release. Their games include Arcadia Quest, Kaosball, Dogs of War and more.
About Flatlined Games
Flatlined Games is a board game publisher based in Brussels, Belgium. Founded in 2008 by Eric Hanuise, Flatlined Games publishes and develops board games with strong themes and multiple game mechanics, for demanding players as well as simple games for the wider family audience, including Rumble in the Dungeon and Rumble in the House.