Mind MGMT Deluxe and Playing Cards now for sale!
If you’ve missed out, Off the Page Games has announced that web sales for the Mind MGMT board game and Mind MGMT playing cards are now open. You can get the board game in a regular or deluxe edition and the playing card decks are being sold individually or in a display of 12.
Mind MGMT: The Psychic Espionage “Game” Deluxe edition WITH Secret Missions included is now for sale on our website! This is the exact same one from the recent Kickstarter and we’ll sell the last couple hundred off until we’re sold out. We’re not planning on having any more of these made available again – but I said that before and we ended up running a second Kickstarter for it, so I am not sure! There are no plans right now at least to ever print this edition again…so get it while it’s still available.
MIND MGMT: The Psychic Espionage “Game” DELUXE edition includes:
- 1 rulebook
- 1 game board, full colour comic on back
- 1 dry erase secret board, full colour comic on back
- 1 thick board screen, with pockets on the inside
- 16 feature cards
- 17 action and other cards
- 13 recruit wooden meeples
- 4 agent & 4 Immortal wooden tokens
- 5 wooden mayhem tokens
- 2 wooden mind slip tokens
- 15 plastic dry erase mental note tokens
- 10 wooden step tokens
- 1 wooden timer token (with red filter decoder)
- 4 dry erase markers
- Game Trayz-designed Wallet with 14 sealed plastic packages, each with an 8-page mini comic book, as well as extra components and rules as part of the SHIFT System.
- Some of the components included are wooden and some are cardboard.
- 10 Secret Mission Envelopes
Bolded items are the differences in this version from the retail version.
The Mind MGMT Playing cards feature all-new art by Matt Kindt on every single card. Not only are these cards beautiful, but each card has a different ability on them. If you choose to play with abilities, then it will energize any existing card game out there! Want to add some zip to Hearts, Euchre, Cribbage, Rummy, and more? Activate those abilities to add some fun and unexpected twists to your old favorites. Not interested in the extra abilities? Simply ignore the text on the cards and they can be used as a regular deck of cards. Well, as regular as Matt Kindt would allow!