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Pre-Orders Have Begun for Space Battle Lunchtime Card Game

A new game based on the Space Battle Lunchtime graphic novel is on the horizon

Space Battle Lunchtime Card Game (Renegade Game Studios)Renegade Game Studios has announced the upcoming release of Space Battle Lunchtime Card Game. The title is based on the Oni Press graphic novel, Space Battle Lunchtime, as the players compete to win an intergalactic cooking contest. The game is for two to five players, ages 10+, plays in around 30 minutes, and will carry an MSRP of $25.00 when it arrives in May. You can pre-order right now but I’ll also mention you can score the title early as Space Battle Lunchtime Card Game is part of the special Board Game Expo hitting FLGS on April 4th.

From Renegade:

Space Battle Lunchtime Card Game is based on its namesake graphic novel by Natalie Riess, about Earth baker Peony who gets the deal of a lifetime when she agrees to be a contestant on the Universe’s hottest reality TV cooking show, Space Battle Lunchtime! In the game, players will face off as contestants in the intergalactic cooking competition show. They’ll collect and combine flavor cards to create the perfect prize-winning dish, trying to impress the alien judges with their creativity!

Designed by Daniel Solis (Wonderland, Junk Orbit)  and illustrated by Space Battle Lunchtime creator Natalie Riess, episodes of the game last about 30 minutes, starring 2-5 competitive cooks who have orbited the Earth’s sun at least ten times. Chefs can begin cooking when the game releases in May!

Space Battle Lunchtime Card Game Contents (Renegade Game Studios)

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