Jun 242016
 

S Petersen's Field Guide to Lovecraftian Horrors Call of CthulhuWhether you’re a fan of H.P. Lovecraft’s horror mythos or just a roleplayer who is looking for a chilling, supernatural setting to run your players through, the seventh edition of the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying system will supply everything you need.  In the Call of Cthulhu Keeper’s Rulebook, players will find all the rules they need to begin a game in the setting.  You will control detectives exploring the dangerous, cult-ridden, eerie realms that others dare not enter.  Complement your core rulebook with S. Petersen’s Field Guide to Lovecraftain Horrors, a dense volume of creatures, stats, and habitats that will flesh out your gaming experience in the most skin-crawling ways.Kill Doctor Lucky new print

Having been reprinted countless times, Kill Doctor Lucky is back in its newest version!  Over nearly twenty years, this reverse murder mystery board game has attracted first-time players with each reprinting and this time is no different.  For two to eight players, Kill Doctor Lucky is, essentially, reverse Clue.  Various guests attempt to isolate the roaming Doctor Lucky in a secluded room in order to off him and inherent his vast fortune.  Excellent for larger groups of friends with a Naruto Shippuden board gamedarkly tinged humorous streak.

Fans of Naruto now have a new way to experience the cult favorite anime series.  Naruto Shippuden The Board Game drops players into the world of the series, letting them use detailed miniatures to control characters from the show as they track down the Akatsuki organization as they lay waste to the countryside.  Travel the world and use your ninja skills to thwart the evildoers in each town.Star Trek Panic

You might have heard that there is a new Star Trek movie coming out.  Or that it’s the fiftieth anniversary of the beloved sci-fi series.  Capitalizing on those facts, Fireside Games has released Star Trek Panic, another version of the popular Castle Panic.  In this version of the game, players will control crew members of the USS Enterprise, including Kirk, Spock, and “Bones,” as the ship is assaulted by Romulans, Klingons, and other alien races.  Your challenge is to coordinate as a crew to keep your shields up and dispatch your enemies.

Dominion EmpiresCan you believe Dominion has made it to ten expansions?  With Dominion: Empires, the world of the popular deck building game expands far beyond its previous realms.  In this three hundred card expansion, players receive a range of new and exciting cards, including ones that players buy during one round, but pay for in the next, dual cards, and landmarks that exponentially increase your scoring power.  As well, VP tokens and Events from previous versions of the game gain additional materials.  Combine Empires with either base Dominion game or any of the other nine expansions to alter gameplay and enhance your experience!

Jun 012012
 

I’m probably the only person left alive who remembers this, but there used to be a line of rubbery action figures called Food Fighters. Each figure was a common piece of food (chicken leg, taco, hamburger) but personified as a soldier. Cryptozoic, makers of the Walking Dead board game, may have had those action figures battling around their subconscious when they created their newest card game, Food Fight. Within the game, players draft tasty combatants to enact war in battlefields like Watermelonloo and Spaghettis-Burg. Two to six players can build their armies and lay down powerful combo attacks on all their flavorful foes.

Mr. Scott…please beam down…all…the..Redshirts. If you’re, in any way, familiar with the classic sci-fi series such a line might emanate from, then you’re also well aware those crew persons are not coming back. The new Redshirts card game capitalizes on that very notion by providing a game where two to seven players command a ship with the main intention of murdering every last redshirt aboard. Looney, Munchkin-like fun and mayhem applied to Star Trek, peoples.

Haggis, not just a delious dish made of sheep’s intestines any more. Thanks to Indie Boards & Cards, Haggis is also an addictive card game. Taking form and function from classic card games like Tichu and Big Two, Haggis would be falls into the category of climbing card games where players fit to be the first with an empty hand. Best part, though: you can wear a kilt while you play.

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Planechase has returned! This casual format began the cycle that recently ended with the Commander decks that were released last year. As Planechase is a casual format, you can actually play your Commander deck in the format as well as any other deck you would like to play. Up to four players choose decks then play against each other while being effected by the Planechase and Phenomena cards. These cards get placed based on dice rolls and come with damaging or rewarded effects. Four different decks come with ten Planechase cards as well as a regular 60 card deck.