This is a preorder. Estimated delivery is February 2018.
Free shipping to the United States
Non-U.S. orders have a maximum quantity of 8 games.
Be one of the first to own XYbrid: the monster-building transparent card game.
Combine brutal biology, relentless robotics, mind-bending physics and volatile chemistry as you compete to become the most infamous monster-building scientist. The nefarious possibilities are almost endless—the parts in one XYbrid deck can create more than half a billion different monsters.
Each card is transparent, so building your monster is a creative experience unlike any other game—and because each card has different art on either side, the path to ultimate infamy is always uniquely yours.
Players take turns drawing parts from the Lab and using them to build monsters that will increase their infamy score. Each monster begins with a core part, and is complete when it has a head, two arms, and legs. Secret Breakthrough cards help players formulate strategies and unleash surprises each round—will you go for brute force or cunning combinations?—while Mission effects raise the stakes as the game goes on. After 3 rounds, the most infamous player wins!
Cards and packaging pictured are prototypes. Final product may vary.
Orders will be shipped from the United States. While I am happy to send copies of XYbrid anywhere in the world, I do not have distribution partners outside the U.S. at this time. Please know that customs charges and value-added taxes (VAT) may arise but are different for every country and are the responsibility of the customer upon delivery.
Non-U.S. customers who wish to order more than 8 games must place separate orders, each with a maximum quantity of 8. Non-U.S. orders of more than 8 games will be canceled and refunded.
February 2018 is an estimated delivery date and is subject to change. The manufacturing of XYbrid is planned for fall 2017. Unexpected circumstances in manufacturing can extend the production timeline and delay delivery. International customs and/or changing international trade policies—while completely out of my control—can also impact timing for non-U.S. orders.