CMON Announces Teen Titans Go! Board Game

01/13/2021 - 16:14 | By: Robert N. Adams
Scooby-Doo and Looney Tunes, Too

Tabletop publisher CMON has announced a Teen Titans Go! board game, Scooby-Doo board game, and Looney Tunes board game — and all three of these upcoming games are now available in a combined Kickstarter campaign.

CMON is a long-running tabletop game publisher with a strong focus on games featuring miniatures. It is leveraging its talents to produce board games for Cyberpunk 2077 and The Last of Us, and now the company has simultaneously announced three new games.

Three separate board games based on Teen Titans Go!Scooby-Doo, and Looney-Tunes are all available on Kickstarter right now. This isn't the launch of three separate campaigns, either — CMON is running a combined campaign where you can buy only one of the games or any combination of the three. Let's take a closer look at what they're offering!

CMON Teen Titans Go! board game slice

 
 

Teen Titans Go! Board Game Brings Mayhem to Tabletop

The Teen Titans Go! board game pits two teams against one another in an intense battle. Teen Titans Go! Mayhem will feature 10 locations from the cartoon, represented by a colorful hex map to host your miniatures.

Players can pick from Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, or Raven. There aren't any villains in this game, per se — both teams will be composed of the four listed Teen Titans, so this is thematically more of a friendly battle than anything else.

CMON Scooby-Doo board game slice

Capture a Monster in the Scooby-Doo Board Game

The Scooby-Doo boar game aims to emulate the themes of the classic cartoons. Scooby-Doo: The Board Game has 1–5 players working together to build traps and capture a monster that has been terrorizing the town!

Players can use miniatures of Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, and Fred to travel around 8 locations on the board. Carefully plan out your actions, build your traps, and cross your fingers — if you do things right, you might just save the town from its latest terror!

CMON Looney Tunes board game slice

 

Looney Tunes Board Game Packed with Family-Friendly Fun

This new Looney Tunes board game bears some similarities to the Teen Titans Go! board game above. Looney Tunes Mayhem will feature two teams facing off to see who can score the most victory points by using the latest in ACME technology to thwart their opponents.

You can choose from Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, or the Tasmanian Devil as your character. Wield all sorts of zany ACME devices and roll the dice — only the most wascally of wabbits can win!

CMON Teen Titans Go! board game Scooby-Doo board game Looney Tunes board game slice

Make Your Pick in CMON's Newest Kickstarter Campaign

Each of these games looks pretty cool on their own, but CMON is offering up all three in a rather unique Kickstarter campaign that's live right now. You can opt to make one of the following pledges to get one or more of these games:

 
  • Mayhem Pledge ($50) – Teen Titans Go! Mayhem or Looney Tunes Mayhem
  • Scooby Pledge ($80) – Scooby-Doo: The Board Game
  • Complete Mayhem ($90) – Both Teen Titans Go! Mayhem and Looney Tunes Mayhem
  • Scooby & Mayhem ($120) – Scooby-Doo: The Board Game and your choice of either Teen Titans Go! Mayhem or Looney Tunes Mayhem
  • Complete Collection ($160) — All three board games

Naturally, each of these pledges will also include any of the bonuses unlocked throughout the campaign. It should be noted, however, that some of these games have Kickstarter-exclusive content. The Scooby-Doo board game, for example, has exclusive painted figures that you won't be able to get in the retail version.

If one or more of these games seems like something fun you can do with your family and friends, you should check out CMON's latest Kickstarter featuring these three new tabletop games. There's only a week to go, so don't delay — this deal will be gone for good on January 20, 2021, at 7:00 PM Eastern.

What do you think of these new board games from CMON? Which of the three is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!


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