Munchkin Holiday Surprise Game

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Munchkin Holiday Surprise Game


Munchkin Holiday Surprise It's an amazing present for all the good little Munchkins! 68 holiday-themed cards . . . everything from the first three Christmas boosters plus the 2012 booster . . . some promo cards never before available at retail . . . PLUS four new cards.

Also includes a new "Christmas Kill-O-Meter" unique to this set, and two special Munchkin dice - one pearly red, one pearly green.

This set turns any basic Munchkin game into a holiday special . . . so the whole family can kill the monsters and take their stuff!

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Jackson, Steve Games, Incorporated
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Munchkin Holiday Surprise Game 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Derek_Carver More than 1 year ago
Note: not a standalone game. If you are a munchkin fan and need to add some Christmas spirit to your game then you need this expansion. Much cheaper than buying each of the foil packs, and comes with bonus cards you wouldn't get otherwise.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely LOVE having all the Christmas-y boosters in one go. Much easier than tracking them down individually, especially considering at least one of these packs is out of print (you can pick it up on eBay for more than you'll pay for this booster).  The Kill-o-Meter was intended to track your combat strength, but I so wish there were two-- sometimes I feel like being Nice and sharing (plus those bonuses for being Nice are fun). 
SamBF More than 1 year ago
Ho Ho Ho, Merry Christmas! Now get Mrs. Santa Clause before she gets YOU!!!!! This set has all the Christmas booster packs that have been made up to this point. Great fun with a holiday twist.
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As a fairly recent Munchkin Player this is a wonderful product. It saves me the trouble of looking for all of the boosters individually, and I get a Kill-O-Meter to boot.
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