A new post-apocalyptic card game is coming this month from Roxley Games. Duel for water and aim to protect your tribe of scavengers in Radlands. The game is for two players, ages 14+, plays in 20 to 40 minutes, and will carry an MSRP of $25.00 for the standard edition, or $60.00 for the deluxe edition, come January 26th.
About the game:
Civilization is gone. Water is precious. Competition is savage. Radlands is a competitive dueling card game about identifying and exploiting fiercely powerful card synergies.
Act as the leader of your post apocalyptic group of survivors in a tooth-and-nail fight to protect your three camps from a vicious rival tribe. If all of them are destroyed, you lose the game.
The main resource in the game is water. You will spend it to play people and events, and to use the abilities of cards you already have on the table. People protect your camps and provide useful abilities, while events are powerful effects that take time to pay off.
Both players draw cards from the same deck. All cards can either be played to the table or discarded for quick “junk” effects. To win, you will need to manage your cards and water wisely.
Use people and event cards to protect your last three remaining camps from a vicious rival tribe in this inappropriately colorful and tightly designed post-apocalyptic tooth-and-nail fight to the bitter end.
- Set up and teach in a minute.
- Features text-minimal cards and a short rulebook.
- Designed by former Magic: The Gathering external developer Daniel Piechnick.
- Gives the experience of a huge, expandable card game in a small box that actually fits on your shelf.