“This is a great game, giving you the real Cthulhu Wars experience. If I were going to mostly be playing 2 player, I would always recommend this one. And if you’re on a budget, this is a much more viable choice.”
Each has abilities and features NEVER SEEN BEFORE IN ANY CTHULHU WARS GAME.
Family Reunion is a FREE expansion if you preorder the new Cthulhu Wars Duel: Extinction OR the reprint of the original Cthulhu Wars Duel.
Hurry because this Surprise is only FREE until April 10th.
It’s all being printed right now and ships in July 2021. Don’t wait — if you delay past this time, there MAY still be some copies Cthulhu Wars Duel: Family Reunion left for purchase.
Does the Covid situation cause you to miss playing with your friends? You can now play our two-player version of Cthulhu Wars anywhere, anytime, with anyone!
The Tabletopia team has been very helpful in setting up Cthulhu Wars: Duel for you to play our nearly sold out game online. This is a premium product so you will need their monthly subscription to play.
The Old Ones have risen. Monsters walk the Earth. Humanity is finished, but the struggle continues. Which Great Old One will rule the ruins of Earth? Now, you take charge!
Cthulhu Wars: Duel is a fast-moving two-player strategy game in which you play as Great Cthulhu himself or the Black Goat, a cosmic goddess of hideous fertility. Each side is strikingly different with unique units, abilities, and strategies available.
Tery Noseworthy at Opinionated Gamers recently posted a great review for Cthulhu Wars: Duel!
“I love it. This game packs a ton of strategy into a 20 – 30 minute package. While it does seem that each Great Old One included in the base game has a path they should take to win, there are a lot of decisions to be made along the way that can affect the outcome.
Trying to get your spellbooks in play is key, but what spellbook do you play when for maximum effect? Should you bring all your minions on the board, or just go straight for the Old One? How much territory do you need to control first? There is a lot to think about, and a wrong move could ruin your chances, but your opponent’s play affects what you need to do, too.”
Samantha Nelson at Dicebreaker did a recent write-up on her favorite Cthulhu board games, and both Cthulhu Wars: Duel (coming in at number 2) AND Evil High Priest (coming in at number 7) made the list!
Although since Sandy was one of the developers of the original Arkham Horror, no one should be surprised!