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No, you didn’t misread the title. There is indeed a new Rick and Morty board game based on the Anatomy Park episode. Rick and Morty Anatomy Park The Game is as insane as the episode.
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Rick and Morty Anatomy Park The Game is a board game for between 2-4 players. Like the episode it is based on, the aim is to build a them park within a human body, Reuben. Players have to gain victory points by laying down coloured tiles that correspond to part of the body and attractions from the episode (Pirates of the Pancreas!).
Within he game, you will need to maneuver around diseases as well as act out a variety of bodily functions.
Rick and Morty Anatomy Park
As mentioned above, the board game is based on the episode from season 1 in-which Rick shrinks Morty and injects him into Reuben, the homeless man within whom he built a theme park. Like all Rick and Morty episodes, its insane, crazy, clever and fun in equal measure. The Jurassic Park references and homages are fantastic as well.
The official description for Rick and Morty Anatomy Park The Game is: “Welcome to Anatomy Park! Based on the popular episode of Rick and Morty, this hilarious, competitive tile-placing strategy game takes place within the body of Ruben, the homeless department store Santa! In Rick and Morty: Anatomy Park —the game, you and your fellow players will be designing the park, vying for the best spots, and shifting internal organs around to suit your needs. Unfortunately, Ruben is not the most stable host out there, so time (and Ruben) may expire before you know it!”
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Rick and Morty games
Anatomy Park is not the only game based on the series. Rick and Morty Total Rickall is a collaborative card game that is based on the episode Total Rickall. They even have their own version of Monopoly as well.
Rick and Morty Anatomy Park is released on 12th of July. If you want more information, check out this video preview from Board Game Geek.
What do you think?
Are you a Rick and Morty fan? What do you think of the Anatomy Park board game? Check out the other Rick and Morty articles that Soapbox has published.