The Quest For Shangri-La
The battle begins!
Who can say what rewards or tortures await us when the curtain of death is parted? Those who listen to the message of the Dark Carnival through the songs and lives of the Insane Clown Posse know of one such destination for the pure of heart: Shangri-La, with its fountains of bubbling soda, music blasting over green fields, and fine hotties everywhere, in an endless existence free of care, drama, and death.
Shangri-La, paradise though it may be, is not beyond the reach of evil. A sinister shadow has fallen over its once radiant light – evidence of an evil beyond imagining!
Get ready to battle your way through Detroit, the Nethervoid, and the Dark Carnival as you travel the board on an epic Quest to cross The Bridge into Shangri-La. Only there can you solve the mystery by revealing one of ten different ending cards!
You play a character on a Quest to reach Shangri-La at the center of the board. Will you be a Dark Carnival character like Violent J or Jamie Madrox, driven to save Shangri-La from the evil that plagues it? Or will you play a Nethervoid character like Cemetery Girl or Ol’ Evil Eye, bent on taking over all of Shangri-La for yourself?
Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood
is the second installment in the Backyard Wrestling series and was released on PlayStation 2 and Xbox. The licensed soundtrack includes music by Andrew W.K., Kool Keith, the Insane Clown Posse, Bad Brains, Body Count, Six and Violence, Mudvayne, Saliva, Fall Out Boy, and Hoobastank. It was developed by Paradox Development, now owned by Midway Games, and was published by Eidos Interactive.
The television commercial included Insane Clown Posse, Vampiro, New Jack, and Major Gunns. Despite promises of an improved gameplay experience, the game was a critical flop when released in 2004. Its sales numbers remained respectable, however, moving nearly 300,000 copies through 2005.
Into The Echoside
Into the Echoside is a fast-paced, highly entertaining, tactical deckbuilding game designed for 2 to 4 players that is set in a world inspired by the music of the Insane Clown Posse and Juggalo subculture. It’s quick to set up, easy to learn, very addictive, and has excellent replay value. It is intended for ages 13+