Open Seat Gaming: A Solitary Unboxing - Cerebria: The Inside World (Origin Box)

Open Seat Gaming: A Solitary Unboxing - Cerebria: The Inside World (Origin Box)

Hello and welcome to another unboxing! Today I'll be showing off the gorgeous Origin Box version of Cerebria: The Inside World by Mindclash Games!

Everything in the box! There is an empty insert tray for the punchboard and misc bits as well as another for the plastic towers and cards.

The rulebooks: Base game, expansion content, and the Solo/Co-Op materials. Also the manuals for the Gloom and Bliss figures and cards.

Player mats for all 3 factions. Each one has an A and B side for basic/advanced gameplay.

The base game comes with punchboard standees, but the Origin Box comes with these highly-details and incredibly well done minis. You could also get them pre-painted for an additional cost and I'm SO GLAD I did because LOOK AT THESE! They are amazing!!

Here are all the cards in the game. The larger ones are tarot-sized, which I love.

The game board is 9 squares folded up, it has a HUGE table presence and is quite lovely.


If, like me, you love the art on the game board, you'll be happy to know that the back has the art without the card placement positions and other stuff, so you can enjoy the full beauty of the art.

There are 3 punchboards, most of which are tokens for the 3 factions. They include the standees which you don't need if you have the minis.

There is a tower made up of separate pieces for each faction. This builds in the center of the board over the course of the game.


Finally we have a board that goes in the middle of the main board and can spin/turn, as well as some misc pieces like the bases for the standees, plastic crystals, and glass beads.


This is one of the prettiest games I've ever gotten, and I'm so excited to read the rules and get it to the table!

Game on!
Scott - The Solitary Meeple

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