The cult phenomenon that is Rick and Morty has spawned numerous games. Most of them drinking games, to be fair.
But not all good games involve alcohol, as these awesome Rick and Morty themed games show. Obviously you can drink them while you play, but it’s entirely optional.
Rick and Morty DBG: The Rickshank Rickdemption
A game for those of you who love the easy addiction of deck builder games. Based on the episode of the same name, this card game includes a set of Council Cards that enable voting on new rules, cool one-time effects and other weird situations. To vote you need access tokens, which may also give you the opportunity to devalue the Galactic Federal currency.
You can buy this game here.
Mr. Meeseeks’ Box O’ Fun The Rick and Morty Dice Dares Game
First, it comes in a Meeseeks box which is awesome.
Second, the box plays Meeseeks dialogue spoken by Rick and Morty creator Justin Roiland.
Third, it’s full of hilarious and embarrassing dares to liven up an adult party. Drinking may help with this one.
Morty Deckbuilding Game Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind Board Game
Another deckbuilding game, this time based on the episode Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind. This game is compatible with with previous Cryptozoic Rick and Morty deck building games.
The usual typical “kick” stack has been replaced with portal guns, to mirror the dimension hopping nature of the episode, that allow you to access the unpredictable and awesome location deck. They perform part of an interesting and intuitive strategy element of the game. A game where you will try and take down the council of Ricks before they get too annoying.
If this game sounds like it’s for you, you can find it here.
The Ricks Must Be Crazy Board Game
Yet another game from the excellent Cryptozoic. This game being based on the ‘Ricks Must be Crazy’ episode, where Rick goes into the micro-verse that powers his ship battery.
This easy to learn game sees players build there own engines while in competition with each other for resources.
Not only can you play as Rick and Morty, but you can also play as Zeep (creator of the miniverse) or Kyle (creator of the Teenyverse). The game also lets you travel through the various size verses as you play.
Rick and Morty Monopoly!
Well, we had to include it. The rigid rules of Monopoly may not appeal to Rick, but it’s simple pleasures are probably right up Morty’s street. You can pick it up here and have hours of family fun. Or about have an hour of family tedium. The choice is yourse.