Today in a crossover episode, Brokebot Mountain and Interdimensional RSS: The Unofficial Rick and Morty Podcast discuss the hit animated, Comedy/Adventure series, “Rick and Morty” based off of the “Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti” written/voiced by Justin Roiland.
The gang of Brokebot Mountain and The Unofficial Rick and Morty Podcast crew are discussing Season 1 Episode 3, Released 2013 : Anatomy Park (A Parody of Jurassic Park) the premise is: It’s Christmas. Rick shrinks Morty, injecting him into a homeless man to save Anatomy Park. Jerry tries to have a Christmas free of electronic devices, but regrets his decision when his parents introduce him to their new friend. Why the Fuck are we talking about this? Well.. The highly anticipated Anatomy Park Card Game released July 12, 2017, so get your shit together, get ready OOOh YEAHhhhhhhhh!
“Hey Rick, it’s Alejandro speaking. Um, so we asked ourselves, internally, we asked ourselves over here, what does a pancreas do? And the answer was, does it make pirates? No, it makes insulin, so we’re starting a new . . .”
Working on a group project never goes the way everyone wants it to. As seen in the Rick and Morty episode “Anatomy Park,” there’s always that one person (we’re looking at you, Rick) who is willing to throw it all away because someone like Alejandro flippantly got rid of something that seems absolutely essential. Working together to create a theme park inside of a hobo can be particularly trying, as you deal with cramped working conditions and a myriad of diseases. Suffice it to say, it can end up being one hell of an experience in one-upmanship in this competitive tile-laying game.
Welcome to Anatomy Park!
In Rick and Morty: Anatomy Park Game, you and up to three other players shrink down and take on the roles of Dr. Xenon Bloom, Annie, Poncho, Roger, and, of course, Rick and Morty as you work together to build Anatomy Park inside the body of Ruben, a homeless man. Players take turns moving about the Park, placing new Tiles, dealing with Diseases, and moving previously placed Tiles to better spots. Yeah, the Haunted Liver will look much better over … there.
Most of a player’s turn will be taken up by the Move and Action Phases. You have many options, but you can only perform one Move and one Action each turn. While you need to complete your Move Phase before your Action Phase, it is easier to explain Actions first, so we’ll start there today.
There are 5 Actions that can be chosen, one of which may be used per turn. These Actions are Draw, Place a Tile, Play a Focus Group, Shoot, or Exit.
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