The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth from Playroom Entertainment is a new edition to the extensive LotR card game options. A fast-paced, two to four player game, Battle for Middle-Earth has players competing to form the strongest fellowship in order to fight off the armies and minions of Sauron.
You can never only eat one fortune cookie, you have to have all the Cookie Fu!
The newest take-out expansion for the stylish dice fighting game is called The Grand Buffet Pack and features dice for an entirely new faction, the Caramel Crane. This complete two-player set contains new rules for multiplayer, special moves, and all the secret moves of the agile Caramel Crane.
Acting as lab managers, players work against the clock and their opponents to construct elements off of the periodic table. But remember that your opponent may be looking for the same compounds you’re looking for. Oh, and some of those can be rather flammable, capable of blowing you up if you don’t complete them in time.
Remember what the ancient monks always say: Be the mechanic squirrel.
Or, at least, that’s what the monks within the FATE System RPG say. The FATE System Toolkit book that released today with allow you to hack the rules of the game for your own nefarious purposes, especially when combined with the newly released Worlds books. Worlds on Fire and Worlds in Shadow offer, between the two of them, twelve campaign settings, tailor-made to a number of different genres.
As per usual, both decks come with sixty cards total, with the Second Thoughts Data Pack enhancing Corp and Runner decks while The Morgul Vale Adventure Pack provides an original scenario for players to work through.
As if the trailer park was not weird enough already, Terror in the Trailer Park adds a whole new layer of creepy to the cult hit Trailer Park Wars game. Including purple “variable” flamingos and over one hundred cards to expand the base game in a horrifying way.
Dungeons and Dragons‘ second encounters adventure pack, Legacy of the Crystal Shard, is out this weekend. An adventure for characters from first to third levels and compatible with 3.5. 4.0, and D&D Next systems. The adventure can also be played as a weekly encounter campaign path, if you are so inclined.
-Restock on the Lupin III miniature game, based of of the hit anime.
-Cheap Shot, a rummy insult party game, and its expansion are both back in stock.