They're available for pre-order from the Big Bad Toy Store, with delivery estimated for Christmas 2015. They Yahtzee ($35) features a Cthulhu figure dice cup; while the Monopoly ($45) has a selection of Cthulhu player-tokens, Cthulhu money; and Lovecraftian properties.
As you might know, Yahtzee is a classic game of tossing dice to gain winning combinations, kind of like poker, but using dice instead of cards. Add Cthulhu to the game, however, and your very soul is at stake! That's right, in Cthulhu's world, the winner gets to keep the loser's soul. Fun, huh? This Cthulhu Collector's Edition Yahtzee Game boasts an intricately crafted dice cup featuring the Great Old One, as well as awesome Cthulhu-themed green-and-black dice. Try your luck with Cthulhu, and do your best not to lose… or else! Cthulhu Yahtzee is a must for fans of the occult and H.P. Lovecraft. For ages 8 and up. 1 or more players.
Set foot for Miskatonic University, and battle it out with other Cthulhu occultists to find out who truly is the Great Old One among you. This Cthulhu Collector's Edition Monopoly Game features fun Cthulhu and H.P. Lovecraftian style imagery, plus game tokens straight from the Cthulhu mythos! The winner of Cthulhu Monopoly shall be deemed most like the Great Old One and the most fit to inherit his mantle. Whether you win or not, you lose and become one of Cthulhu's mindless zombies. Hooray! For ages 8 and up. 2 to 6 players.
Cthuhlu Monopoly [Usaopoly/Big Bad Toy Store]
Cthuhlu Yahtzee [Usaopoly/Big Bad Toy Store]
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