Gamegenic, Asmodees design studio for accessories, will work together with CMON in the future, so will bring suitable “equipment” for the publisher behind board games such as Bloodborne: The Board Game, Zombicide or Rising Sun. The new partnership will kick off on August 4th - the day CMON will launch the Kickstarter campaign for Massive Darkness 2: Hellscape.


Gamegenic will design officially licensed accessories for CMON products, that's for sure. What exactly it will be, however, is still a big secret. The accessories are intended to enrich the gaming experience, which is also evident from the publication of CMON Limited on the partnership with Gamegenic. The rest will remain a secret, for now. At the latest with the launch of the Kickstarter campaign for Massive Darkness 2, players will know more.

Officially licensed accessories - the rest is (still) secret 

Marking August 4th in red on your calendar is therefore not only worthwhile for fans of the fantasy miniature game Massive Darkness, but also for those who value board game accessories. Even if equipment specially geared towards Massive Darkness 2 will presumably be presented at the launch and accompany the start of the Kickstarter campaign, there could be clues as to what might come next.

Geoff Skinner, Director of Licensing at CMON comments: “At CMON we love quality and we always strive for perfection. The Gamegenic line is by far the best on the market and they put a lot of care and attention into their products. "

They are happy to be working with the Asmodee subsidiary and can hardly wait for the fans to be able to use the incredible accessories. Massive Darkness 2: Hellscape is what Skinner calls the “inauguration title” for the new partnership. The boss about the licenses then dares to make a statement about the enrichment of the gaming experience.

Gamegenic boss Adrian Alonso is also impressed by the cooperation: "CMON has made a major contribution to increasing the popularity of board games." The Gamegenic products would “perfectly” fit the CMON philosophy.

Asmodee subsidiary Gamegenic designs accessories for board and card games. Image rights: Gamegenic

Asmodee subsidiary Gamegenic designs accessories for board and card games. Image rights: Gamegenic

What is certain is that the new accessories will accompany CMON's crowdfunding campaigns, so they can be ordered directly via Kickstarter. The accessories could then also be available through Asmodee, in Germany Asmodee takes over the distribution of CMON games - and there is also a cooperation for distribution in the USA. As a stock corporation, CMON Limited is one of the few board game publishers that is traded on the stock exchange.

Together, CMON and Gamegenic want to announce further details in the coming weeks. In any case, Gamegenic is entering the market more noticeably, especially in the United States. Official accessories for the classic Catan will also be available there in September, although initially limited to the wooden version of the board game.

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