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Chrononauts: Lost Identities
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Store:  Family Games
Series:  Chrononauts
Theme:  Science Fiction, Time Travel
Format:  Expansions

Chrononauts: Lost Identities

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Designer(s): Andrew Looney

Manufacturer(s): Looney Labs

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Product Description

This Chrononauts expansion pack contains 13 new ID cards, plus a new Mission, to mix into your Chrononauts deck. The 55-word character sketches for the new ID cards were chosen from nearly 100 fan-written entries submitted to a Nanofiction writing contest.

Product Information

  • Designer(s): Andrew Looney

  • Manufacturer(s): Looney Labs

  • Year: 2001

  • Ages: 11 and up

  • Weight: 23 grams

  • Language Requirements: This is a domestic item.

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 5 in 1 review

A great cheap way to add some variety to Chrono.
June 02, 2003

Since this is not a full game, just an expansion, I am only doing a mini-review.

This expansion is a 'pack' of cards that add to your identities, and add one mission to your missions. I have to say, I think chrononauts is already a four to five star game, and this just adds to the variety. The old game gets a little stale as you get VERY used to the characters, this makes for a ton more variety in terms of new gameplay experiences. Not to mention the Character 'Crazy Joe' is worth the cost of admission, his whole goal is to get the 13 paradoxs, a great thing to try to do. I now look at the game, with the added expansion, as the total game, these new cards work seemless with the basic game.

The only problem with these cards is a very slight color difference that makes it a bit easier to see which cards are from which set, but since they are the missions and IDs, it dosent really matter that much.

Well worth getting if you are already a fan of chrononauts.

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