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Feb 20, 2011 | 7:43 PM EST
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1.4 - minor bug fixes, and typos.

It's been a long time coming, but here it is.
The sequel to the original Necronomicon Flash Card game.

Play creatures, characters, ancient tomes, and other cards directly onto the playfield. Attack your opponent while trying to avoid losing all your sanity and becoming 'suicidal'.

Try to survive as the 'stars align' and 1 of 3 different Great Old Ones comes in to play to instill chaos into the game.

Complete rounds, and go for the 'S' rank in all 30 rounds. Try to get all 18 achievements.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

A pretty awesome game ^^

i played the first one too. IT seems so long ago now i can barely remember it, but i do remember plenty of details

One thing that comes to mind specifically, is that The Dunwich Horror is far too overpowered. IT causes taint AND has 5 attack AND has 5 defense, which makes it almost unstoppable. Something with that much damage potential shouldn't have so much defense, as it becomes impossible to reasonably kill. Drawing at the start makes the game heavily in it's owner's favor.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this might just be me but i cant see my rank or what type of insanity i get except for when i get suicidal, but it's a great game other than that.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love this game


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not sure whether I like it more or not. I really loved the older version of the game. This one is a lot more difficult. I like that cards like Betrayal have gotten more punch now. I can actually utilize them. But it's blasted my old strategies into the abyss. I used to like to hit my opponent in the sanity and taint them as much as possible, but that doesn't seem to be as damning as it was in the previous game.
I'll give it a decent rating because it's well-made but I'm still figuring it out.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

These games share an uncanny resemblance to Arkham Horror, although it may just be the Mythos.

Either way, they're fun.