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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 5 / 5 stars

Finally I did it

Took me a while, but finally I managed to crush all the opponents with S

Actually the game starts becoming fairly easier if you repeat the initial 10 rounds and struggle for S, because as you get more life and sanity, it gets easier to get S in further rounds, so you keep getting more life and sanity and I managed to crush Chulthu in the last round with no sweat.

Great game, Lovecraft rocks

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Half way there

Been playing for the better part of an hour now. I gotta say it's a lot harder than the older games, but It's growing on me a little.
It still has the same problem as before though, sometimes the game pummels you and sometimes you'll continuously get devastating cards. I guess that's just luck of the draw I suppose.

I'm writing this as I finished my last game, where Cthulhu made an appearance to rip the sanity from my brain, I managed to kill the opponent while suicidal and it made for an epic matchup.
However I'd tweak the Sanity rules a little, for if you can get some mind destroying cards you can completely dominate the game without trying. Luck of the draw I know, but it's a little overpowering.

My one major gripe which stops this game from getting 10/10, is there is no card library... It was a little touch I liked in the last ones as you progressed through ranks and unlocked new cards to change up your gameplay style.

But I love the use of Tomes, Characters and locations. And like everyone else I would have loved to have seen MORE CARDS! heh, so I hope you make up some Necronomicon BoDN 2.0 sometime in the future with a deeper selection. If only for some rare cards which have a 1% chance of being dealt to either side.

Thanks for making this, was always a fan of the past two games.

Take it easy.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

great going.

Keep it up man I love this game and what you have done with it. looking forward to seeing where you take this.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like it

IT is a vast improvement over the first game.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Two Views on the changes

It lacked some of the aspects I like from the original. One of them is the gradual gain of cards. Also the challenges were the most fun of the first one, & wish they were here again.

For this one, it would have been nice to have a course to know what the new types are & what the new slots are for. An example of this is the four creature slots with two being use how they are use in the original. However the new design works great & the game play is alot tougher.