Thanks to Aaron Fuegi
Here's a quick rundown of the number of each card in the new Avalon Hill release of Cosmic Encounter: Total Cards: 54 (prolly really cheap to print 52 + 2 cards) Encounter Cards: 46 total (new name for Attack + Negotiate cards) Negotiate Cards: 10 (each with own flavor text) Attack Cards: 36 total (each number with own name and flavor text) Attack 4 Cards: 2 ("Nuclear Missile" and "Nuclear Missle") Attack 6 Cards: 8 ("Reyuban Rod") Attack 8 Cards: 8 ("Quark Fork") Attack 10 Cards: 6 ("The Positron v5.1") Attack 12 Cards: 4 ("Hawking Catapult") Attack 14 Cards: 2 ("Dim Matter Beam") Attack 15 Cards: 2 ("Dark Matter Beam) Attack 18 Card: 1 ("Quasar Spear") Attack 20 Cards: 2 ("Nu'x'xian Orb") Attack 30 Card: 1 ("Galactose Intolerance", my favorite!) Artifact Cards: 8 (New name for Edict Cards) Cosmic Zap: 2 Mobius Tubes: 2 Force Field: 1 Emotion Control: 1 Stellar Gas: 1 Plague: 1 Oh, and here's a list of the 20 Alien Powers: Amoeba, Anti-Matter, Chronos, Clone, Empath, Filch, Healer, Oracle, Laser, Macron, Mind, Mutant, Pacifist, Parasite, Philanthropist, Sorcerer, Trader, Virus, Vulch, and Zombie None of the powers seem to be changed, though some have clarifications on the card. The Alien Power cards are, for the first time (I believe) no longer V-shaped and folded in half. Instead they're thicker, printed on both sides, and each player has a little plastic holder for their power. Drawing powers initially and playing Hidden Powers isn't quite so fun, but isn't really any harder.