September is shaping up to be a busy month for Alderac Entertainment Group, with three more new titles announced for release that month:  Mad Science Expo, 60 Seconds to Save the World, and Cat Lady, joining three previously announced titles included the twice-delayed Oath of the Brotherhood.

Evil geniuses meet science fair in Mad Science Expo, a new card game from Jeremie Kletzkine (Millions of Dollars, The Cohort).  To prepare for the all-important Annual Evil Science Expo, players must recruit a team of henchmen to gather the components for their next experiment. 

This quick 20-minute playing time game includes 42 cards and is intended for 2 to 6 players, ages 14 and up.  MSRP is $19.99.  The release date is set for September 27.

In 60 Seconds to Save the World, designed by Jason Tagmire (Seven7s, Pixel Lincoln), players take on the role of world leaders who have only one minute to prevent a catastrophic disaster from destroying the Earth.

This cooperative game comes with 108 cards and 45 tokens.  It is designed for 2 to 6 players, ages 14 and up, and despite the title it has a playing time of 45 minutes.  MSRP is $24.99, and it will release on September 27.

On the cuter end of things, Cat Lady pits famous historical fans of cats such as Marie Antoinette and Ernest Hemingway against one another as they attempt to collect their beloved felines and the accessories they require.  The game features card drafting and collecting mechanics.

Created by Josh Wood, Cat Lady includes 115 cards, 7 tokens, and 60 cubes.  Intended for 2 to 4 players, ages 14 and up, the game takes 30 minutes to play.  MSRP is $24.99.  Release is scheduled for September 27.

Originally slated for June, Oath of the Brotherhood has also been pushed back to September, with its release now planned for September 13 (see “Alderac Takes the ‘Oath of the Brotherhood’”).  Also arriving in September will be Smash Up:  Big in Japan (see “‘Custom Heroes,’ ‘Smash Up:  Big in Japan,’ OP Kits”) on September 6 and Cutthroat Kingdoms (see “Vie for the Crown in ‘Cutthroat Kingdoms’”) on September 20.