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And this may seem silly–but it is greatly appreciated–the box comes with a nifty divider so you can sort the cards easily and store them for the next game. I like things like that!
For a video on how to play, head to the Cryptozoic website.
If you end up loving the game as much as we did, a new version came out this spring called Heroes Unite. It has a whole new set of heroes, villains and powers, and it can be played as a stand-alone game or you can combine the two for an epic battle.
You can buy the DC Deck Building Game at a local game/comic book store. Support your local small business! If you’re shopping online, shop at the publisher’s site Cryptozoic or last resort, head to Amazon.
Looking for more Favorite Family Games? I’m going to post more big-kid and adult games this year. In the meantime, read about:
- Animal Upon Animal (ages 3+)
- Walk the Dogs (ages 6+)
- Rat a Tat Cat (ages 5+)
- Viva Topo! (ages 4+)
- 4 Favorite Card Games for Families