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Rick and Morty Multiverse Monopoly


Rick and Morty is an eccentric sci-fi comedy show with an avid following. Its creators, Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, became instant celebrities as it became wildly successful, leading Roiland to establish Squanch Games video game studio.

Pocket Mortys was released as the franchise’s first large-scale official licensed game in 2016. Here, players explore dimensions to capture various versions of Morty to train and battle them.


Rick and Morty is an eccentric sci-fi comedy series about an endearing grandfather and his misguided grandson who travel through multiple dimensions with a portal gun. Packed full of references and jokes that would make an excellent video game setting, fans have long asked the creators of Rick and Morty for one, but none has materialized – until one fan decided to create his prototype! His creation resulted in Rick and Morty Multiverse Monopoly!

Scott Danesi created one of the most distinctive games based on this show with this Monopoly-esque twist featuring locations from Cromulon Dimension, Planet Squanch, and Gazorpazorp – making this game a must-play for fans of the series!

The Total Rickall Card Game is another fantastic Rick and Morty board game. Playable either cooperatively or competitively, its cooperative mode features cooperative or team play as players compete against each other in a card game that uses 16-bit style graphics and music that help capture the feel of the Rick and Morty series, along with side missions and events that players can complete throughout its course.

This game also offers players a selection of Mortys that can be captured, trained, and evolved – Pickle Morty, Cronenberg Morty, Car Morty, among many more – which they can battle and trade to build the most robust deck possible.

Virtual Rick-ality puts players into the role of Morty from The Smith Family TV show and lets them experience life just like it unfolds onscreen. Players take control of a cloned version of Morty who must perform tasks like washing the dishes to earn money for his household – including portals to strange worlds that present puzzles he must solve! In this cutting-edge VR adventure!


Rick Sanchez (or Rick C-137) is a 70-year-old mega genius who uses his garage as his laboratory and creates various sci-fi gadgets. However, he’s an alcoholic who indulges in careless behavior that worries his daughter Beth and Jerry; furthermore, he often drags Morty along on his mind-bending adventures across spacetime with him.

Summer and her grandfather share an intensely close bond, though she differs significantly in personality from him. While being brilliant academically and socially awkward like him, Summer tends to be more reserved and introverted compared to him. She can sometimes be challenging to get along with; she is, however, gifted as a mathematician with an intense crush on Mr. Goldenfold – her high school mathematician teacher.

Dr. Sheldon Cooper is another crucial character. A brilliant scientist himself, Sheldon shares Rick’s obsession with science and humor – his lab is home to various gadgets that allow him to help solve issues for clients such as aliens as well as Jerry and Beth. Additionally, Sheldon attempts to clone himself to beat death, making Morty and Summer into replicas.

Mr. Jellybean is an evil figure who attempts to molest Morty in a medieval bathroom sexually. When Morty attempts to flee, Mr. Needful catches and kills him before opening a shop selling cursed items, where Morty later works for a short period.

One of the show’s highlights is the MultiVersus open beta, allowing fans to see how some of their favorite characters would fare in a different setting. It features classic and new characters alike, such as Batman and Superman, Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn, Chuck Norris, and Jean-Claude Van Damme; Shaggy and Velma, Bugs Bunny and Taz, Arya Stark, as well as Tom and Jerry!

The MultiVersus beta is free to play and available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One consoles; PCs, as well as through its official website or the PlayStation Store on Xbox One and PC. Users can join by accessing it through any one of these three methods.


Rick and Morty has become one of the most beloved television shows ever, boasting an almost equal fan base to those watching it. Its success has elevated creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland into celebrities while inspiring creative merchandising ideas, such as the video game High on Life by Squanch Games (owned by Roiland). High on Life takes its inspiration directly from the Rick and Morty TV show, taking its visual style and humor directly from its characters while receiving critical acclaim.

The graphics in this game are good enough for an adventure game of its genre, while its controls are user-friendly. Animations and character designs are top-notch, while voice acting is fantastic – you won’t lose interest in this compelling tale from start to finish!

Virtual Rick-ability puts you in the shoes of Morty Smith, grandson of mad scientist Rick Sanchez. Like in the TV show, you aim to assist him on his interdimensional adventures – including exploring Rick’s garage, Smith household, and portals to different dimensions! The game offers many laughs as you traverse a multiverse full of humor.

The virtual reality game The Walking Dead provides a fun way to experience the series and will indeed please fans of the show. Although short, this virtual reality experience offers ample amounts of fun. Available for PCs and PSVR users alike, fans should make this essential addition to their collection!

Though the game’s developers have not officially revealed its release date, they have released a trailer that provides a glimpse of what to expect. It shows the player in first-person view exploring various realities with his portal gun before landing in various strange worlds where Guardians of the Galaxy exist.

Note that for this game to function optimally, a powerful computer with at least an Intel Core i5-4590 CPU and 4 GB of RAM are required as minimum requirements, with dedicated GPU support providing the best results.


Rick Sanchez, an adult swim animated hit series about an eccentric genius paired with his timid grandson Morty, will now be a virtual reality game compatible with HTC Vive, PlayStation VR, and Oculus Rift by Owlchemy Labs. The experience promises a fully immersive experience, allowing users to enter Rick’s garage and discover his multiverse.

The game will allow you to solve puzzles, step through portals into strange dimensions, fight aliens, and drink detergent – as well as enjoy an original soundtrack curated by series composer Ryan Elder that features loud yet playful music that works well within its context – it was nominated for two Pazz & Jop ballots in 2015. “Get Schwifty” stood out, particularly among its tracks.

This double vinyl edition of the Rick and Morty soundtrack comes housed in a custom outer box featuring an etched plexiglass window illuminated by LED lights, featuring 26 songs from seasons one through three of the show, including tracks by Mazzy Star, Chaos Chaos, Blonde Redhead, Belly as well as Chad VanGaalen & Clipping inspired by it – released via Sub Pop on Black Friday.

The game’s most attractive aspect lies in its interdimensional travel and ability to place players into Morty’s clones’ shoes; this is achieved using a headset that detects brainwaves. Your actions prompt Morty and his clones to follow you; however, these may be interrupted by calls from Rick that require mundane tasks like doing laundry or vacuuming to be completed instead.

As you progress, the task list becomes more challenging. Each level represents a distinct dimension where characters interact in various ways with one another – for instance, visiting an art museum in one group and trying to escape through tunnels in another!

The gameplay is highly reminiscent of the series, boasting a distinct sense of humor. Unfortunately, however, this game falls short; graphics could use some improvements, and some sound effects may be irritating; nonetheless, its soundtrack features a nod to horror and sci-fi classics, which make up its strength.