Infernal Contraption 2: Sabotage! Expansion
Infernal Contraption 2: Sabotage! is an expansion to the Infernal Contraption base game. It adds 48 new cards which include 3 new upgrades, 12 new power sources, 15 new consumables, and, most importantly, 18 sabotage cards!
What are sabotage cards? A Sabotage card brings a new twist to the game. They allow you to throw the proverbial monkey wrench into your opponent's machine, making it malfunction in disastrous ways—all to your advantage. Put a stop to your opponent's pesky card-stealing contraptions, or power down his upgrades with sabotage cards like the Exothermic Reactor, Power Spike, or the Gremlin Sphere. You can really unleash some mayhem with these cards—and really ratchet up your own fun!
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