Asmodee Digital delays Mysterium and Potion Explosion

Asmodee Digital, a developer and publisher of digital board games, announced today that the launch of upcoming adaptations of award-winning tabletop games Mysterium and Potion Explosion have been postponed to Q1 2017

The two titles were peviously scheduled for release in December 2016.

The full launch of Mysterium and Potion Explosion will come to a worldwide audience in Q1 2017, and will include all the previously announced in-game features.

Mysteriumis a cooperative, deduction game that challenges two to seven players to solve a murder that occurred thirty years ago. One player takes on the role of a restless ghost, tasked with communicating the true culprit of the murder to the assembled psychics. The other players all play as psychics, receiving visions and interpreting them to the best of their abilities in order to narrow down the list of suspects. 

Potion Explosion is a fantasy-themed set collection, puzzle game in which players try to collect ingredients from a central board to craft potions.

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