Boss Monster: The Dungeon Building Card Game

by Brotherwise Games

$34.99 AUD

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Boss Monster is easy to pick up and an entertaining retro dungeon building game, featuring 8-bit video game graphics.  Players build rooms, lure in heroes and count up how much damage it takes to terminate them.

After room and spell deck cards are drawn, players can select their own boss monster before developing their strategy to win the game. Level ups occur when their dungeon reaches its maximum size. Defeated hero cards are faced down where they become a soul. The first player to obtain ten souls is the winner.

An addictive and fun game for people who are nostalgic for the 8-bit era of gaming and a great new addition for keen board-gamers looking to add something new to their collection. 

How to Play: Download Rules


Boss Deck with 8 cards with 8 cards, Room Deck with 75 cards, Spell Deck with 31 cards, Hero Deck with 25 cards, Epic Hero Deck with 16 cards, rulebook and quick start guide. Two to four players, Recommended age thirteen plus. Dimensions 5x 1.5 x 8.2 inches.

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02 Dec 2019

Lightweight card game based around the premise of (reverse) dungeon crawling. Each player builds a dungeon from cards with the intent of stopping adventurers and stealing their souls. Each card, or room, in your dungeon has a particular threat and often special rules, and each helps to attract various types of adventurers. Attract too few and you won't score, attract too many and you won't have the traps to **** them off. In theory it sounds fun, and for a few games it is, but the fun wears off pretty fast after you cycle through the available cards and combos and encounter all the heroes. Everyone gets a feel for the game mechanics after three or four games and they all begin to pan out the same way. It's a bit too complex to quickly teach to a group of non-gamers at a party, and too simple to hold the attention of a more experienced group. It's one that never hits the table anymore. Pro: Fun, colourful cards, with an interesting premise... Con: ...that quickly turns stale. Villages is a better game of similar style