The Doom that Came to Atlantic City

Cryptozoic Entertainment has released details on its version of The Doom That Came to Atlantic CityDoom skyrocketed in notoriety last month when its original publisher, The Forking Path Co., revealed that it would not produce the game despite successfully funding it with Kickstarter campaign that raised over $120,000 from backers.

Cryptozoic will publish the board game under its flag in 2014 and at least one of the coveted 'stretch' goal items, miniatures by sculptor Paul Komoda, will be standard issue. Doom allows players to assume the role of Lovecraftian Great Old Ones, returned to Earth to unleash doom upon humanity. Players fight to steal cultists, destroy homes, rip holes in reality and call down the ultimate Doom.

Featuring 8 custom playing pieces, 8 Mythos Role cards, 45 Chants cards, 24 Gate cards, 16 Tome cards, 4 reference cards, 50 cultists, 40 gate markers, 60 homes, 8 resorts, 8 tentacles, 2 custom dice, a game board, and rules, Doom is now available for pre-order in our store.