The card game is based on a Season 2 episode, in which the family is attacked by an alien species and has to battle a parasite that creates and implants fake memories. Rick, Morty, Jerry, Beth, and Summer start to question whether or not their friend, Mr. Poopybutthole, is real.
The game takes on a similar role, just without Rick locking everyone inside the house. First, players are dealt “identity cards” that tell them if they’re real or a parasite. Depending on the other cards played, your identity can constantly change. It’s the players’ job to figure out who’s who. Total Rickall also comes with an alternate set of rules for more advanced players.
For a limited time, you can save over 30 percent on the official Rick and Morty card game. Usually $15, Total Rickall is on sale for just under $10.
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Posted by Parsec on Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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