CMON Confirm the Animation Collection, after Teaming Up With Warner Bros

16 November 2020
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After the Wacky Races board game last year, it's no surprise that CMON are back with even more iconic characters in miniatures form. We may have known about Scooby Doo being due to receive the CMON treatment since March this year, but it's confirmed that in addition to this we'll see Loony Tunes Mayhem and DC's Teen Titans GO! Mayhem!, all within a Kickstarter campaign coming some time in the future. 

CMON (Cool Mini or Not) are of course best known for their miniatures creations, which means we're somewhat confident that these will embody the much-loved characters perfectly, as did Wacky Races cars before it, but these are family games - bought by the tabletop-er for the budding tabletop family.

With that then, Looney Tunes Mayhem will let you play as characters such as Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Daffy Duck, and the Tasmanian Devil attempting to know ock out the other players using a new Mayhem System rules set created by CMON. As it's Looney Tunest though, this'll be bashing, bopping, and of course, dropping avils. 

There's also Teen Titans GO! Mayhem, play as characters like Raven, Robin, Cyborg, and Starfire, where the competition is as much about bringing down the villain, as it is about the last slice of pizza, a perfectly reasonable reason to be fighting. This will use the same Mayhem rules set but with a Teen Titans Go! modification. 

Finally, the most recognisable Great Dane get a boost of Scooby Snacks where they'll try to trap a monster terrorising the town. Based on information released previously, we know this Scooby Doo game will allow you to play as any of the mystery gang, and you'll ride the Mystery Machine around to catch your villains. It'll be for up to five players, but can be played with as little as one, with some rules variation. Each member of the gang has special abilities, but you'll have to be careful, as so do the villains. 

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Though in a collection, each game will be individually available so you can purchase the one you want, with Kickstarter discounts available for bundles of two or three games. CMON has said this will be the next campaign on KS, but not yet when this will be. 


While you're waiting for the game to launch, take a look at some other family friendly games!


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