Clank! A Deckbuilding Adventure Heading to Ancient Egypt In March

Things are about to get a little sandy over in the world of Clank! A Deckbuilding Adventure. Having already enjoyed expanded adventures under the sea and in deepest space, the latest expansion is off to ancient Egypt under the shadow of, The Mummy’s Curse.

Players will chase untold riches deep in the heart of the pyramids, face an undying Mummy foe, a vile curse and a dragon…yep, I did say dragon.

The expansion is due to hit tables in March and will bring a new pyramid themed board, new monsters, and deadly new challenges.

Scott Gaeta, President of Renegade Game Studios, said, “With the incredible success of the whole Clank! line, we know that fans are anxious for even more adventure.

“The Mummy’s Curse ramps up the suspense as players try to avoid being cursed by the wandering monster. We can’t wait to share this with Clank! fans everywhere!”

The game will offer players 40 new cards to add to their Dungeon Deck alongside the newly themed board and components.

Scott Martins, President of Clank! Creators, Dire Wolf Digital, added, “Clank! was Dire Wolf’s first foray into the world of tabletop games, and it’s been an amazing adventure.

“We’ve robbed a dragon’s lair, dived deep underwater to recover shipwrecked riches, and even plundered an alien starship. Not a bad first year! Now, with The Mummy’s Curse, we’re embarking on a new adventure full of ancient treasures, deadly curses, and fearsome guardians. It’s a lot of fun, and we can’t wait to get it in front of players.”

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Neil Bason

Neil is a long in the tooth joystick twiddler, re-invigorated by the magic of board games. He spends his time in deepest Cornwall, writing, rolling dice, drafting cards, drinking coffee, and being endured by his family. It is a simple existence.

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Neil is a long in the tooth joystick twiddler, re-invigorated by the magic of board games. He spends his time in deepest Cornwall, writing, rolling dice, drafting cards, drinking coffee, and being endured by his family. It is a simple existence.

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