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Kickstarter for Nickelodeon’s Splat Attack from IDW Games

IDW Games has posted it’s latest Kickstarter!

Nickelodeon’s Splat Attack is an epic food fight board game that puts classic Nicktoon characters against each other in a quest for cool points. Here’s the game summary from the Kickstarter page.

Nickelodeon’s Splat Attack! is a fast and frantic food fighting board game for 2 to 4 players, designed by Jonathan Ying (Star Wars Imperial AssaultDoom The Board Game). Featuring characters from SpongeBob SquarepantsInvader ZimHey Arnold!, and Rugrats!

In Splat Attack, players will take control of a team of 4 characters, grab a hand of food cards, and load up their team with Cool Points. Cool Points range in value from 0 to 3 points, and can be stolen from your characters when they get hit with food! However, additional Cool Points can be collected by reaching key locations on the game board.

When hit with food, splat tokens must be placed on the defending character. Placing these tokens strategically will be key to your success, as your character’s grid space is limited. Once a character’s grid is fill, the character is splatted and out of the game.

Players that are able to get the last hit in and splat a character, earn a golden Cool Point. Once the last golden Cool Point is taken, the game ends, and all players add up their Cool Points to determine a winner.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be included as a Kickstarter exclusive!

If you’re interested in the game, make sure to back the game on Kickstarter. It’ll be the only way to get your favorite shellheads included in the fight!

Image from: Kickstarter

The game looks like a blast. There’s still time to get the early bird price for a bit of a discount as well! The game is already funded but looks like they have stretch goals to include more characters. Will you be backing this? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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Kyle Tobey

Kyle Tobey

Currently lives in NYC with his fiancee and 2 tiny fur creatures. Performs and studies comedy at UCB Theatre. Also loves comics, Star Wars, and pizza. Slept on Ninja Turtles sheets as a kid. Advocate for weirdos.

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