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– by Fox Troilo

 

Mondo Games and Restoration Games are about to make an enormous splash into the world of tabletop gaming with an ambitious new series of games. Titled Unmatched, Mondo and Restoration plan to release several standalone games and expansions which can then be combined to accommodate more players and create some truly unique and epic scenarios.

The games themselves are asymmetrical in nature, meaning each player’s abilities and win conditions are slightly different from everyone else’s. Each player chooses a character, along with their corresponding miniature and card deck, and then battles using tactical strategy to be the last one standing on the board. But here’s where the fun really begins—the roster of characters Mondo and Restoration are going to employ is simply crazy fun.

The first title, Unmatched: Battle of Legends, Volume One comes with King Arthur, Alice in Wonderland, Medusa, and Sinbad. Later games are set to feature Robin Hood, Bigfoot, Bruce Lee, the cast and creatures from Jurassic Park, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and presumably many more through 2020 and beyond. These mashups are likely going to keep Unmatched enjoyable for years to come, and you can find more information about each upcoming release below, using the appropriate links:

Available for pre-order now from both  Mondo and Restoration Games:

Releasing later this year:

Releasing in 2020:

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SOURCE: Mondo Games and Restoration Games

Fox serves as an entertainment journalist in the Washington, D.C. When not covering cinematic news for LRM, he critiques films as a member of the Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association. Fox also has a Ph.D. in Higher Education and Strategy from Indiana University Bloomington.