Sunday, July 30, 2017

Cthul-B-Que (2008)

Cthul-B-Que (2008)


5.68182 out of 10 with 11 ratings
Board Game Rank: Not Ranked


Your goal in this card/dice game is to capture and cook the most delectable Cthulhu Mythos monsters without losing life, limb or sanity. You win by ending the game with the most monstrous dishes in your Serving Area.

To play this free, downloadable card game you need: a bunch of six sided dice (ten or so), some tokens (beads, coins, etc., a Cthulbeque deck and rules (downloadable from and (optional) two paper clips for each player.

Designed by Jonathan Leistiko of Invisible City Productions with inspiration from Molisa DiJacimo and Benjamin Gibbs.

Redesigned by brazilian team Loodo, known now as Cthulinária

  • Designer: Jonathan Leistiko
  • Publisher: (Web published), Invisible City Productions
  • Year Published: 2008
  • Number of Players: 2 - 5
  • Manufacturer Suggested Ages: 12
  • Playing Time: 20
  • Suggested Ages: 14
  • Language Dependence: Extensive use of text - massive conversion needed to be playable
  • Category: Card Game, Dice, Horror, Humor, Print & Play
  • Mechanic: Dice Rolling, Hand Management
  • Family: Cthulhu Mythos, Food / Cooking
  • Alternate Names: Cthul-B-Que, Cthulbeque


Cthulhu gone sushi. Must cook up a set. Sounds delicious.

6 out of 10
RPG veterans will enjoy this dice-pool driven system, and Mythos fans will delight in the humorous theme, fighting and cooking monsters in your kitchen. There is a lot going on in this game, and it took me a while to wrap my head around it. A flowchart would have made this much easier to learn. (Be prepared to need lots of dice for this!) PnP Priority: 6th

Just downloaded it.. Seems fun :)

PDF - Print & Play - Not built. Free download. (2006)

Free downloadable game


Looks like it might an interesting Cthulhu game to try and put together.

Haven't had a chance to play this yet, though it looks entertaining, I might try this tonight, though I'm not certain.
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