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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

Good, but needs more variety

The concept is good and well executed, but there needs to be more cards and more complex game mechanics. Overall, quite addicting.

Also, medals?

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


You should really make it so we can design our deck, or at least have some sort of control over it. Right now the game is all luck. One game I killed the guy on turn 3, another game I never did one point of damage. Who wins is determined by what cards you draw. Other than that I love the game.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Not as balanced as the original, but a fun expansion none the less. SORELY NEEDS MULTIPLAYER!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well thought-out game structure.

A lot of time effort and ingenuity went into this game.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very interesting!

I'm not a fan of card games, and even now I still don't fully know how to play even this game. What I have to give you credit for is creating such an interesting game to work with. There are so many aspects of this game, you find a new one every time you play! I really like the character designs. It reminds me of "Yu-Gi-Oh!", simply because it's the most popular game in this genre I have heard of. It's great how the effects just seem to jump at you on the screen.

It's also nice to see how the designs are quite different. It's amazing how each card manages to have a specific design, as well as function. While I'm not a fan of card games like this, I have admired all the effort put into their designs. It's cool how it takes place on some strange astral plane. I'm not even sure what "astral" means, but have heard it used before.