So I had my birthday recently. I started the day with lunch at a Korean barbeque place my son recommended--there's nothing quite like eating delicious food surrounded by non-stop Kpop videos on multiple widescreens.
Back home, I was pleasantly surprised to find my amazing family bought me Munchkin Quest for a present. Naturally, I insisted we play it immediately.
Munchkin quest is a board game-ish version (expansion?) for the Munchkin card game. It adds a bunch of room tiles and connector (door/corridor) pieces, all of which are double sided. They also have nice stand up monsters and little plastic munchkin tokens for the players.
The room tiles all have special characteristics which affect play and the connector pieces have colored directional markers which affect monster movement at the end of each player's turn. Play is slower because there are a lot more things to adjudicate each turn but the core is the same as in the original card game.