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Tabletop Spotlight | Munchkin Warhammer 40000

3 Minute Read
Mar 13

Adam and Drake get ready to kick open a warp gate, loot the cryptworld and backstab the emperor in Munchkin Warhammer 40k!

There’s not a whole lot we can say about Munchkin that you probably don’t already know. It’s been such a staple of light-hearted, friendship-ruining tabletop gaming for so long.

But, if you’re one of the few tabletop gamers who doesn’t know about Munchkin, take a look and what you can expect in this latest expansion box.

The goal in any form of Munchkin is to be the first player to reach level 10. Unfortunately, all your ‘friends’ are there to stop you.

Each turn, you’ll kick open a door and encounter whatever may lie beyond. Usually monsters or traps, but the occasionally useful item may pop up now and then. While fighting monsters, you’ll use your weapons, items and any special abilities to do your best at beat up the bad guy. But everyone else might do what they can to make it harder for you.

After beating up the bad guys, you gain treasure! Anything from weapons to armor, special items, grenades, you name it. You’ll use the treasures you like and toss away the ones you don’t, all on your quest to reach peak physical form.


The first player to reach level 10 wins the game! I assume the other players are thrown into the warp.

Sorry, buddy.

From Steve Jackson Games and Games Workshop

Munchkin Warhammer 40000$29.95 – Available Now

Munchkin and Warhammer 40,000 – two great games that work great together! Become an Ultramarine, Necron, Aeldari, Ork, Death Guard, or Tyranid. Make a Pilgrimage to Holy Terra, use your Lasblaster, and of course you need More Dakka! Be vigilant; you might encounter the Sloppity Bilepiper, a Horror of Tzeentch, or even Mortarion himself!

Illustrated by principal Munchkin artist (and extreme Warhammer 40,000 fanboy) John Kovalic, and designed by Munchkin Line Editor Andrew Hackard in consultation with Games Workshop.


Now get out there, soldier, and do some damage!

  • 3 – 6 Players
  • 60 – 120 Minutes
  • Ages 10+

~Thanks for reading!

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