Sanrio’s Gudetama comes to the tabletop with Gudetama: The Tricky Egg Card Game. Gudetama has you channel your inner lazy egg in an over-easy trick-taking game. Take as many cards as you want but don’t get egg on your face with the last card.
The game is for ages 7+ and 2-7 players. Games take 20 minutes to play. The game comes with 63 cards.
Gudetama is published by Renegade Game Studios and Oni Games, designed by Steve Ellis and Ben Eisner, with art by Wook-Jin Clark, and graphic design by Sonja Synak.
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The comic publisher Oni Press is branching out with the launch of Oni Games, a new gaming imprint dedicated to bringing Oni Press titles to the growing tabletop market.
With the response to Renegade Game Studios’ Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Card Game based on the graphic novel series by Bryan Lee O’Malley and designed by Keith Baker, the positive critical and fan response to the recently launched Dead of Winter comic series based on Plaid Hat Games’ hit board game, as well as our previous collaboration with Pinnacle Entertainment Group in bringing Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt’s The Sixth Gun to the Savage Worlds role-playing system, Oni Press felt it was time to capitalize on the momentum for a more official entry into the world of gaming.
The focus of the Oni Games imprint will be on partnering with both new and veteran game designers and established game publishers to bring the unique characters and vibrant worlds of their original creator-owned comics to the world of games.
Joining Oni Press to help manage this initiative is industry veteran Steve Ellis. Ellis has worked in the gaming industry across a variety of capacities for almost 20 years, including retail as the founder and owner of Rainy Day Games, and a long list of credits in game design and development on projects like Dicey Goblins, the Trains series, and many others.