No one turns down gold, even in the imaginary city of Rolldovia. Dice City: All That Glitters is the first expansion for the town building, dice rolling game from AEG. In All That Glitters players gain the resource of gold, provided by twelve gold tokens. As well, the expansion contains forty-eight additional cards that all players to use the gold to strike deals, spruce up pre-existing buildings, and have the option of constructing new types of buildings.
Another in the Lost Legacy series of card games, The Werewolf and the Undying Heart is the newest stand-alone addition to the game. Like the other sets, The Werewolf and the Undying Heart can be played independently of the other expansions. Each deck in this set can also be played solo or combined with each other, depending on the player’s preference. For two to six players and only lasting ten minutes a round, Lost Legacy is one of the easiest to learn, quickest to play card games on the market.
Steve Jackson Games is nothing if not committed to bringing players every possible iteration on products related to Munchkin. With that in mind, the Munchkin Playmat drops this weekend. A valuable tool to help organize any game of Munchkin (and if you’ve played you know all of those cards can get unwieldy), the Munchkin Playmat designates spaces for class, headgear, race, unequipped items, and many other card types in the game. These spots along with a level gauge help to keep players’ multitude of cards ordered and organized.
In the vein of White Wizard Games other popular deck-based card game, Star Realms, the Epic card game receives four booster pack expansions this weekend. Epic Tyrants is made up of four booster pack expansions that contribute thirteen new cards to the game, each themed around a Tyrant character. The four options are Draka’s Rage, Helion’s Deceit, Raxxa’s Revenge, and Markus’ Command.
You’ve heard of the classic board game Operation. Well, Doctor Panic is the next generation relative of that game, a blend of app-based, cooperative, and time trial. Made for families of all-ages, Doctor Panic plays in only twelve minutes! Yes, you and your other players have twelve minutes to complete a variety of medical procedures and clean-up activities. Download the free Doctor Panic app and incorporate it into the game as well.
Over the last few years, Fantasy Flight has grown a variety of games around their elaborate, cyberpunk universe of Android. A spin-off of the popular Netrunner series, Android Mainframe is a completely different take on that universe and game mechanics intended for two to four players. A placement game at it’s heart, Android Mainframe has players assuming the role of a Runner and using various character tiles, linking rods, and various cards to attempt to gain control of various evil corporations’ computer systems by “hacking in.”