Disclosure: BMD and Mondo are both owned by the Alamo Drafthouse.
Our friends at Mondo have been teasing it for some time now, but today we're finally getting our first look at their next big game release: Fight Club: The Home Game, a competitive, two-player card game based on David Fincher's 1999 classic.
As expected, the cover art (from Mondo regular Matt Taylor) is on point:
Here's how they're describing the game:
"Become “complete” or “hit bottom” in Fight Club: The Home Game, a 2-player competitive deck-building card game. You will choose to embody one side of a split personality competing for control of a single mind.
Take on the role of either The Narrator or Tyler Durden as you play a game of tug of war with dual-use cards available in a shared draw row. The Narrator side feeds the need to collect, gather, and nest, while the Tyler side enables destruction, mayhem, and ultimately letting go by hitting bottom on a shared tracker both players struggle to dominate.
The game comes packed with over 140 cards (Basic, Sleep/Insomnia, Fight and Marla), a fold-out instruction poster, “Slide” tracker board and a Soap Tracker piece."
Designed by Luke Byers and Jay Shaw (with additional card artwork rendered by Shaw), Fight Club: The Home Game will be along this September, and we cannot wait to get our hands on it. If it's even half as fun to play as Mondo's previous game release (The Thing: Infection at Outpost 31), we're in for one helluva treat.
Stay tuned for more on this one as further updates become available!