Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game Giveaway

Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game Giveaway

Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game Giveaway – Enter to Win

Welcome to the The Giveaway Geek, the geek that keeps on giving; I am pleased to announce that I have teamed up with Genius Games, whose new game, Subatomic: An Atom Building Board Game, is currently live on Kickstarter. We present the Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game Giveaway! Enter to win below, good luck!

The giveaway is for the board game, Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game (3 winners). The individual prize value is approximately $50 USD. This giveaway will end March 11, 2018 at 11:59 PM CST and is open to US Only – Some exclusions may apply.

Please make sure you read the official Giveaway Geek rules before entering. For any questions, thoughts or feedback leave a comment using the form at the bottom of this post or use the form on my contact page to shoot me an email.

About Subatomic: An Atom Building Board Game

Subatomic is a deck-building game themed around the intersection of particle physics and chemistry. Players start with a hand of Up Quarks, Down Quarks and Particle/Wave Duality cards, which they use to form protons, neutrons, and electrons. Players combine these subatomic particles to either build available Elements or buy even more powerful cards for their deck.

Each player begins with a weak deck of Up Quarks, Down Quarks and Particle/Wave Duality Cards.

Players start with a hand of 5 cards. They use their Up Quarks and Down Quarks to create Protons and Neutrons, and use their Particle/Wave Duality Cards to create Electrons.

They can either use these Subatomic Particles to either:

(1) Purchase Subatomic Particle cards that get mixed into a player’s starter deck, making it more powerful.

(2) Build up the atom on their player mat (in order to claim Element Cards, which are what score them points)

When a player claims an Element, they also place two Goal Markers on the board, competing over control for additional end game points. The catch is, you can only place those Goal Markers only on End Goals that do NOT match the Element you just built.

So, if you built a Helium, you can place a marker on any End Goal spot except Helium. At the end of the game, you’ll get points for End Goals based on the Elements you built during the game IF you have the most or second most Goal Markers on any given End Goal.

Player can also remove weaker cards from their deck (cull their deck) by Annihilating cards from their hand for a cost of 2 energy.

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