Go down in the dungeon. Kill everything you meet. Backstab your friends and steal their stuff. Grab the treasure and run.
Admit it. You love it.
Munchkin is the mega-hit card game about dungeon adventure . . . with none of that stupid roleplaying stuff. You and your friends compete to kill monsters and grab magic items. And what magic items! Don the Horny Helmet and the Boots of Butt-Kicking. Wield the Staff of Napalm . . . or maybe the Chainsaw of Bloody Dismemberment. Start by slaughtering the Potted Plant and the Drooling Slime, and work your way up to the Plutonium Dragon . . .
And it's illustrated by John Kovalic!
Fast-playing and silly, Munchkin can reduce any roleplaying group to hysteria. And while they're laughing, you can steal their stuff.
Ages 10 and up. Plays in one to two hours. Three to six players.
168 cards, one six-sided die, and a rulesheet.
Munchkin 2 – Unnatural Axe (Reprint)
112 more cards for the game of killing monsters and taking their stuff. Play a new race: Orcs! Face foes like the Hydrant and the Tentacle Demon. Equip yourself with dread armor like the Spiked Codpiece. Recruit allies like the Shoulder Dragon. Wield mighty weapons like Druid Fluid, the Slug Thrower and, of course, the terrifying Unnatural Axe . . . and show them who's the greatest munchkin of all.
Munchkin 2 -- Unnatural Axe is a supplement to Munchkin; you will need the original game to play. Or you could add it to any of the other Munchkin game sets instead. It'll work, and it'll be silly, and that's what we all want here.
112 cards in a tuckbox.
Munchkin 3 – Clerical Errors (Reprint)
Another 112 cards for the best-selling game of killing monsters and taking their stuff. Play a new Race: Gnomes! Try on the Bard Class. Face the Tequila Mockingbird, the Bad Ass, and the dreaded Auntie Paladin! Equip yourself with amazing items like the Chainmail Bikini and the Stab-A-Matic . . . and show them who's the mightiest, munchkinest dungeon delver of them all.
And this set has a special treat. We asked five of our favorite Comic Guys to do one card each. Inside you'll find:
This is not a standalone game. It is an expansion for Munchkin.
Munchkin is for ages 10 and up. Plays in one to two hours. Three to six players.
112 cards in a tuckbox.
Munchkin 4 – The Need For Steed (Reprint)
Munchkin 4 – The Need for Steed is an expansion for the original Munchkin – 112 more cards for killing monsters, stealing treasure, and backstabbing your fellow players. This set introduces Steeds, the trusty mounts of legend. But this is Munchkin, so these Steeds include not just the Dragon and the Tiger, but the Giant Mutant Gerbil (drawn by guest artist Shaenon K. Garrity of Skin Horse), the Chicken, and Big Joe, who might be a Steed or might be a Hireling. It's hard to tell.
Hireling? Yes indeed, The Need for Steed has lots and lots of Hirelings! Add these valuable characters to your retinue, use their special abilities, and sacrifice them to save your own skin!
Feel the need . . . The Need for Steed!
112 cards and rulesheet in a tuckbox.
Munchkin Cthulhu (Reprint)
Munchkins have hacked their way through dungeons, kung fu temples, starships, haunted houses, and super-foes. Now they face their greatest challenge -- Cthulhu! Will they survive? Will they retain their sanity? Will they . . . level up?
Munchkin Cthulhu is a stand-alone game that lampoons Lovecraft's Mythos and the horror gaming that surrounds it. Brought to you by Steve Jackson and John Kovalic, this set features four Classes -- including the Cultist -- and a lot of classic monsters from outside reality. And they all have Stuff you can take from their twitching bodies.
You can play Munchkin Cthulhu by itself, or combine it with any number of other Munchkin games for mind-bending silliness.
168 cards, a unique six-sided die, and a rulesheet.
Munchkin 6 – Demented Dungeons (Reprint)
Demented Dungeons brings a new twist to Munchkin. Now you can enter the Dungeon of Elvish Excess, where everyone is an Elf. Or take a Portal to the Dungeon of Manga Wrangling, where tentacles are even more dangerous. Or power up in the Dungeon of Unexpected Epicness -- although it's hardly "unexpected," given the name. Or all of them at once!
Each of the 20 double-sized Dungeon cards adds a new rule that affects the entire party, and maybe the monsters, too! Use the 16 Portal cards to jump from one Dungeon to the next in your search for gold and glory.
Munchkin 6 -- Demented Dungeons is an expansion for the classic Munchkin set, and was designed by Steve Jackson and illustrated by John Kovalic.
20 double-sized cards, 16 standard-sized cards, and a rulesheet, in a tuckbox.
Munchkin 7 – Cheat With Both Hands (Reprint)
Admit it. You really like to combine all your Munchkin sets . . . the stupider things get, the better. Playing Star Munchkin Cthulhu Booty Zombies is really weird and really fun . . . but it can also slow things down.
There are a lot of ways we COULD have addressed this problem. But this is Munchkin, so the solution we chose was to create a lot of really overpowered new cards. Why be a Super Munchkin when you can be an Ultra Munchkin? If a Half-Breed isn't enough, you can be a 1/3-Breed. And if a single Cheat! card doesn't do it for you, you can Cheat With Both Hands!
There are also a lot more monster enhancers . . . and ITEM enhancers, too. There are several new low-level monsters to help you get those easy kills. Until somebody takes that Sock Puppet and turns it into the Ultra-Rare Extremely Sneaky Sock Puppet With Extra Cheese . . .
Munchkin till you drop -- just add players!
This is a supplement, not a stand-alone game. It is meant to be combined with two or more Munchkin games, with or without other supplements.
This set replaces both Munchkin Blender and More Good Cards, which was the original Munchkin 7. We didn't want to reprint More Good Cards, because it was only 56 cards and most of those were originally from Munchkin Blender, anyway*. We didn't want to re-use the name Blender, since this new set -- by popular demand -- has the classic Munchkin brown card backs rather than Screaming Purple Cards. And we didn't want to eat our vegetables, because vegetables are yucky.
We hope you are confused now, because we are, too . . . but we thought it would be SLIGHTLY less confusing to release a new Munchkin 7 than to call this expansion Munchkin 8 and have frustrated people writing us for the rest of our lives asking, "Why can't my store get Munchkin 7 in stock?"
* And what about the cards NOT from Munchkin Blender? They're in Munchkin Monster Enhancers, a booster pack available wherever you bought this set.
112 cards and rules, in a tuckbox.
Munchkin Legends (Reprint)
Become a Munchkin of Myth!
Prepare to fight the creatures of legend . . . and take their stuff!
In Munchkin Legends, you'll face mythical monsters and collect legendary treasures. Challenge the Boogie Man to a dance-off . . . and cheat by wearing Achilles' Heels. Hide from the spells of the Wicked Witch of the Midwest in your Bermuda Shorts of Invulnerability. And if you think you're up to it . . . release the Kraken!
Munchkin Legends is a stand-alone set . . . or combine it with the original Munchkin for a legendarily wacky game!
168 new Munchkin cards, a custom die, and a rulesheet.
Munchkin Apocalypse (Reprint)
It's the end of the world!
In Munchkin Apocalypse, every possible natural (and unnatural) disaster has happened . . . or will happen during the game. You are a rugged survivor in a world full of people -- and things -- that want to kill you and take your stuff. So do it to them first!
This set introduces four new classes and a new, yet eerily familiar, card type: Disasters!
And what's with all these seals running around? Don't they know the world's about to end? You should really keep an eye on that seventh one in particular . . .
Boxed game with 168 cards, 12 seals, rules, and die.
The power of misdirection begins in the mind. This month's issue of Pyramid, the PDF magazine for roleplayers, looks at the strangeness of shadows, the intrigues of imagination, and the melding of magic and mental matters. Unleash new spells based on glass and names. Stop the machinations of artifacts of evil, or do more of the impossible in dungeons. With this issue, the limits of your imagination are where the magic happens!
A collection of new Ogre articles and art, Ogrezine has 16 fan-submitted articles, exploring the game of Ogre in its many forms. There are scenarios, fiction, historical essays, variants, and new artwork to enjoy. Want to know what happens after an Ogre has decimated your force? Find out in Karl K. Gallagher's "Clean Up." Curious as to the role a wired city might play in your game? Daniel Oney examines this in "Going Downtown: Smart Cities in the Last War." These and 14 other articles await your reading pleasure in Ogrezine!
Dungeon Fantasy heroes see town as a place to hear rumors, buy supplies, and sell loot – but their players often want details. A settlement that serves wanderers obsessed with weapons, armor, magic, and mountains of coins won't look much like anything from Earth's Middle Ages! It'll be more interesting.
GURPS Dungeon Fantasy Setting: Caverntown presents a magical underground city a mere bowshot from the dungeon. Visit and find:
Welcome to Caverntown!