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Wubba Lubba Dub Dub, y’all and welcome to my rundown of the best Rick and Morty board games, BURP. This list sets out to outline some of the best games set in the Rick and Morty IP, and while they are highly evocative owing to the beloved theme, many of them stand very well on their own as proper games to try.

Now, I don’t mean to be Rick-diculous as I say that, but the 10 titles I have picked for you are probably just that – the most worthwhile Rick and Morty board games the tabletop hobby has known, and yes, there are a few titles that may feel a wee bit familiar.

I still think they are great choices to include in your collection or try. The games are easy to learn, fun to play, and offer tons of replayability. I mean, even Uno plays better when you have Rick’s mug or Morty’s shocked expression on the cards. Let’s dive into the best Rick and Morty games the hobby has to offer! Pick your favorite Rick and Mroty board game! WUBBA LUBBA DUB DUB!

List of Best Rick and Morty Board Games

1. Rick and Morty Total Rickall Card Game

Rick and Morty Total Rickall by Cryptozoic Entertainment
Image: Cryptozoic Entertainment
  • Designer: Matt Hyra
  • Players: 2-5
  • Time: 30 Min
  • Age: 15+
  • Complexity: 1.5/5

The first game on the list is of course Rick and Morty Total Rickall Card Game, and it’s definitely one of the best Rick and Morty board games on this list. In this cooperative or team card adventure you will have the family locked in the house. Why? Because an alien infestation of parasites is slowly spreading across the house. These parasites create pleasant memories in the characters’ minds and have them believe they are friends.

The game is based on the namesake episode of the original show that follows the exact same plot. Players will have to either play together to figure out which characters are the parasites, and which ones are your real family members, and no – no amount of watching the show will help you figure it out, although there will be humorous dilemmas about shooting Mr Poopybutthole.

Players will be free to decided when they want to end the game in the cooperative mode, but watch out – if even one parasite lives, they will infect the Earth and it is game over (or off to another universe). Plus, players may also get an identity card in the game’s Advanced Mode and play as either themselves or a parasite. This adds another dimension to the game, which is tons of fun as is, and you split into teams trying to figure out who is who – and shoot them.

2. Rick and Morty: Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind Deck-Building Game

Cryptozoic Entertainment's Rick and Morty Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind Deck-Building Game
  • Designer: Matt Hyra
  • Players: 2-5
  • Time: 30-70 Min
  • Age: 15+
  • Complexity: 2.20/5

In this Rick and Morty board game, players will walk in the shoes of Rick himself, playing against and versus different versions of the iconic character. Each of the players will set out to craft the best deck which would give them the upper hand in the game. The deckbuilding mechanic is based on the Cryptozoic’s Cerberus Engine, with each of the cards featuring different characters and situations from the show.

Thus, you have Cronenberg Morty who gives you power and allows you to play all sorts of other cards, such as Special Location, Morty, Equipment, Rick, and so on. A Promo Rick card would let you draw two more cards at the end of your turn, and you will pin the Dimension 35-C to muster even your cards into your hand and destroy your opponents – no matter what universe they hail from.

After all, you are the Rickest Rick of them all. The game gets even more fun when you consider that you can play with anything between 2-5 players and that adds a bit of extra edge fun to the whole experience. Is Close Rick-Counters one of the best Rick and Morty board games out there? We certainly think so!

3. Rick and Morty Anatomy Park

Cryptozoic Entertainment's Rick and Morty.
Image: Cryptozoic Entertainment
  • Designer: Matt Hyra
  • Players: 2-4
  • Time: 30-60 Min
  • Age: 18+
  • Complexity: 2.00/5

Once again, one of the best board games based on Rick and Morty is inspired by one of the TV show’s episodes. The eponymous Rick and Morty: Anatomy Park card game will have you trying to build the world’s theme park inside a homeless guy called Ruben. Players will use cards and dice to try to secure the best organ turf and erect impressive rollercoasters. You will compete to score points by claiming park tiles as you can and getting prime real estate out of poor Ruben. Once again, the idea here is to score the most victory points, nevermind ol’ Ruben’s health.

You will easily have a lot of fun with this one as Matt Hyra has really put in a lot of effort into making a great Rick and Morty board game. The component quality is spotless and it does feel that Rick and Morty Anatomy Park is a truly good design that have a few surprises and shocks along the way – just like every good Rick and Morty adventure should.

4. Rick and Morty Munchkin

Rick and Morty Munchkin by Steve Jackson Games
Image: Steve Jackson Games
  • Designer: Casey Sershon
  • Players: 3-6
  • Time: 60-120 Min
  • Age: 17+
  • Complexity: 1.5/5

Get your dose of Munchkin with a side serving of Rick and Morty. This interesting amalgamation of two beloved franchises is definitely as apt as these mixers get. With its established reputation for making popular franchises as part of Munchkin, Steve Jackson Games has been able to nicely overlay the Rick and Morty franchise into the popular card game’s mechanic, creating an evocative, worthwhile, and fun experience.

You will have to band together in a game of 3-6 players and zoom through the galaxy in a 60-120-minute adventure inviting you to defeat some of the biggest villains, and a few self-styled heroes, that Rick and Morty have encountered. Of course, you will also have Beth, Jerry, Summer, and Mr. Poopybutthole helping you along with some of the biggest challenges the protagonists have faced.

5. Rick and Morty Monopoly

Hasbro's Rick and Morty Monopoly
Image: Hasbro
  • Designer: Hasbro
  • Players: 2-6
  • Time: 40-60 Min
  • Age: 17+
  • Complexity: 1/5

Back in town in Dimension C-132, or was that C-137, things are quiet. In fact, they are so quiet, that it’s Monopoly time! For those of you who are sworn fans to the Hasbro original, this may yet be one of the best Rick and Morty board games to date. Still, don’t expect the action to be limited to Earth alone, as players will be buying and selling locations across the Multiverse, and yes – that includes the Cromulon Dimension, Planet Squanch, and Gazorpazorp.

There is lot of opportunity in Rick and Morty Monopoly and all you need to do is reach across the multi-verse to secure the sweetest spots and drive the competition into the ground. The game also features Speed Play Rule, which means that you will get acquainted with the title from the get-go and have a quick onboarding experience.

In most other ways, this version of Monopoly is pretty much a standard buy-it-all-avoid-bankruptcy chase of the almighty dollar – or whatever currency is now official. There are only this many times a person can keep track of these invasions, right?

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6. Rick and Morty Clue

Clue Rick and Morty by Hasbro and The Op
Image: The Op/Hasbro
  • Designer: n/a
  • Players: 2-6
  • Time: 30 Min
  • Age: 17+
  • Complexity: 1/5

Just like a good episode of Rick and Morty, mystery is an important part of any experience associated with these two. This is why this version of Clue is one of the best Rick and Morty board games you can ask for. The title follows the basic rules of the core game system, while introducing a few interesting additions, such as dice movement, and you don’t actually have to deal with any of the characters being a possible murder.

Players need to figure out who stole the plans to Rick’s portal gun, and where they are hiding. That’s the kind of mystery that is bound to cross dimensional borders and send the characters a-cruising. All characters and players have a personality card assigned that will allow them to further navigate the game of Clue and bring in their own special abilities to the table. Ultimately, the mystery must be solved and players must win.

Buy Clue: Rick and Morty on Amazon US.

7. Rick and Morty Uno

Rick and Morty Uno
Image: Mattel Games
  • Designer: n/a
  • Players: 2-10
  • Time: 20 Min
  • Age: 13+
  • Complexity: n/a

Uno with a Rick and Morty skin? Yes, please! The tieless classic gets a new lease of life by just featuring the characters from the popular TV series on the cards, and it does work, offering you a good level of fun and something more pleasant than Uno’s rather drab base card list. The +4 will be the multi-colored card here, along with a few other options, such as Rick and Morty pointing a Portal Gun at you for additional scoring. There is also Mr Meeseeks always keen to help – or hold up a restaurant and start killing hostages if Jerry fails to take two strokes off his game. No this is good old Uno by and far, but it does feel way more enjoyable when you can see your favorite TV characters on the cards.

Buy Rick and Morty Uno on Amazon US.

8. What Do You Meme Rick and Morty

What Do You Meme's Rick and Morty Edition
Image: What Do You Meme
  • Designer: Elliot Tebele
  • Players: 3-20
  • Time: 30-90 Min
  • Age: n/a
  • Complexity: n/a

WAHT DO YOU MEME? Rick and Morty is one of our best Rick and Morty board games of all times. The lighthearted nature of the game pairs nicely with the saucy punchlines Rick and the show have to throw around. The expansion contains 75 cards and follows the standard rules of the popular game. One player will be the judge in each round and present a card that others will have to add a caption to. This expansion makes for a mighty fun game night, especially if you are a fan of the show and have all those clever things to say about the judge’s picture. This one is hard to resist.

Buy WHAT DO YOU MEME? Rick and Morty on Amazon US.

9. Rick and Morty Risk

Rick and Morty Risk board game cover.
Image: The Op
  • Designer: The Op
  • Players: 3-5
  • Time: 60 Min
  • Age: 12+
  • Complexity: n/a

Rick and Morty are caught in the midst of it all, with several civilizations on a collision course. War is unavoidable as Mythologs, Robot Dogs, Gazorpians, Post-Apocalyptic People and the US Government all ready to throw down. The multiverse is aflame and Rick and Morty have no intent of dousing the fires, but rather – pour some oil in. That is alright for Risk is a game that invites opposition and annihilation, which is what the base game is about anyway. All players compete to achieve total domination over their opponents by occupying territories, *cough* planets and spreading your armies across each territory before defending or making an attack with the roll of the dice. The Rick and Morty board game can be pretty challenging, with odd alliances formed and only one victor or team emerging victorious at the very end.

Buy Rick and Morty Risk on Amazon US.

10. Trivial Pursuit Rick and Morty

Rick and Morty's Trivial Pursuit
Image: USAopoly
  • Designer: The Op
  • Players: 2-99
  • Time: 30 Min
  • Age: 17+
  • Complexity: 1/5

Trivial Pursuit: Rick and Morty is the ultimate way to test your Rick and Morty knowledge with the game featuring more than 600 questions about the show and inspired by the show. You will have to figure out the Science and Technology in the TV series by answering questions in those specific questions, see how much about you know the characters’ background and even try the Wubalubadubdub Wild Card. You think you are a big Rick and Morty know-it-all? Just wait until you fail to answer a bunch of questions that were right in front of your eyes all that time of watching the show! Definitely one of the best Rick and Morty board games, Trivial Pursuit is a fine addition to your collection.

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Stoyan Todorov

Stoyan entered the hobby over seven years ago and his collection has been growing at a pace his spouse has described as “concerning.” Willing to push the boundaries of the connubial bliss to its extremes, Stoyan is here to bring you the latest updates and developments from the world of board games.

Stoyan entered the hobby over seven years ago and his collection has been growing at a pace his spouse has described as “concerning.” Willing to push the boundaries of the connubial bliss to its extremes, Stoyan is here to bring you the latest updates and developments from the world of board games.