We now have the complete collection of Laurence King Publishing’s Magical Myrioramas in stock.
Myriorama originally meant a set of illustrated cards which 19th century children could arrange and re-arrange, forming different pictures. Later in the century the name was also applied to shows using a sequence of impressive visual effects to entertain and inform an audience.
The early myrioramas were cards with people, buildings, and other images on compatible backgrounds, and could be laid out in any order, allowing the creation of a variety of imaginary landscapes. In their re-invented form they allow players to work together to tell an endless variety of tales within each genre. A must for story telling game fans.