So, here it is Friday again and time for another New Game Stuff post.
Fridays are Comic List Highlights, not New Game Stuff! What’s happening! My world’s crumbling! My brain is melting! Fire is raining from the skies! MAKE IT STOP! MAKE IT STOP!
And for the inaugural gaming item, a new supply to one of our favorite deck building games, Resident Evil. If you haven’t played it, the Resident Evil Deck Building Game is akin to Dominion and Ascension, featuring a play style centered around selective purchasing and playing of cards. Anyway, the official playmats for the game are now in stock. That’s playmats with original game art on them as well as designated spaces for key cards in the game, like the mansion, ammunition cards, combat knife, and handgun.
Oh, ‘ello, chappy. Are you a discerning Arkham Horror player? Ah, yes, I can see that. Well, then you surely have a collection of Litko Game Accessories Arkham Horror compatible accoutrements? Oh, you don’t! I wouldn’t spread that around town, if I were you. It’s okay, though, because we can provide assistance. In that I mean, Pulp only today received a vast assortment of various markers, tokens, and bases to accompany the game. These include Iron Gate Markers (able to display in-game iron gate tokens), tentacled Monster Bases (also helpful to display monster tokens), as well as larger, transparent blue Sealed Gate Tokens (improve the small sealed gate tokens that come with the game), among other niceties. Improve your horror experience, gents and ladies, improve it.
Ehhhh, too soon? You don’t have to be Bocephus (actually, you’d probably prefer not to be) to enjoy a the new card game from the makers of Blood Bowl, Team Manger. Basically the original game in card form, Team Manager runs two to four players through a season of the hard hittingest, blood spillingest, bone crunchingest game ever, as they battle over players, train their team, and via for fans on top of playing each other. If it hasn’t occurred to you, the fitting pun here is fantasy football as your player options are dwarfs, elves, orcs, and the like. Lets just say, Hank Williams, Jr.’s recent comments may actually be appreciated in this game.
Summoner Wars enacts their master plan this week by dropping not only a Master Set edition, but two new Reinforcement Decks, Goodwin’s Blade and Hawk’s Strike. Unlike in the game, you don’t have to use mystical forces to call forth these packs of warrior-y might. But if you do use the magic of your wallet, you might find some dangerous allies at your finger tips. For instance, the Hawk’s Strike pack expands upon the Jungle Elves and Cloaks factions while Goodwin’s Blade expands Vanguards and Fallen Kingdoms. But maybe the most valued of these three is the new Master Set. Unlike what you might think when you hear that phrase, the Master Set provides six entirely new faction decks! Not only is this enough to start a prospective player off on the game, but a premium game board is also included, giving players a perfect setting to play their game.