The road grows ever longer with the newest Tokaido expansion. Tokaido Matsuri requires both the base Tokaido game and the Crossroads expansion, but combining all three of them allows players to stop off at the Matsuri or festival. Triggered by the arrival of the Travelers at the intermediate inns, these additions puncture the path with new and unique events. Additionally, the expansion adds sixteen new travelers.
Straight out of the verse, Firefly Tall Card is the authentic card game played by the crew of the Serenity. With rules and artwork taken from the game played by the crew, Tall Card contains over forty five core cards along with an additional fifty cards that allow players to design their own variations on the game. Stick a few rounds of Tall Card in between games of The Firefly Board Game and you’ll practically be a real space smuggler.
Pulp doesn’t often go in for Monopoly games, but when we came across an H.P. Lovecraft inspired version, we couldn’t resist. In the Cthulhu edition of Monopoly, the mythos of Lovecraft comes to life as you travel the board facing elder gods such as Dagon, Yog-Sothoth, and Azathoth. Collect the most insanity points to win the game! Of course, the traditional Monopoly pieces have been replaced, this time with a Cthulhu statuette, the Dagon Dagger, the Necronomicon, and more.
Back to the verse, we have Firefly: Fistful of Credits. A two to four player cooperative game, Fistful of Credits has players stepping into the boots of the Serenity’s crew to pull off a series of dangerous heists in order to gain fortune. The game features three distinct heist scenarios, inspired by the episodes Bushwacked, The Train Job, and Ariel, each with their own highly-detailed board, tokens, and heist cards. Players pair up any two of the nine crew members, to form teams that must race against the clock to complete the job.
Fans of retro gaming, pay heed to Mega Man the Board Game, out this weekend. The Blue Bomber must battle against Dr. Wily and his nefarious robots in this adventure board game for two to six players. In the game, players will take control of Mega Man, traversing the gameboard in a similar fashion to classic levels. Of course, the real exciting characteristic of the game is that it includes fully painted models of all your favorite Mega Man characters! And if you have more than six friends wanting to play, just wait a couple of months for the forthcoming Time Man and Oil Man expansion that will increase the total number of players to eight!