CMON has announced Kronia, a new game from Spaghetti Western Games, scheduled to release in Q2.

Created by Sergio Halaban and Andre Zatz (the designers of Sheriff of Nottingham and Hart an der Grenze) and Seadha, Kronia is a game about attracting the favors of the Greek gods.  Players bid their offering cards to try to win the favors held in three temples.  Points are earned for collecting the various favors, with the player who gathers the most points winning the game.

Kronia includes 60 offering cards, 40 favor tokens, 3 temples, 5 scoring aids, and 5 god tiles.  The game was designed for 2 to 4 players, ages 14 and up, and plays in about 45 minutes.  MSRP is $24.99.

This will not be the first collaboration between Spaghetti Western and CMON, which has included the Arcadia Quest series (see “CMON Expands ‘Arcadia Quest’”) and, more recently, Cthulhu in the House (see “‘Cthulhu in the House’”).