The newest Dungeons and Dragons 5.0 adventure hardcover, Princes of the Apocalypse, is out today. This volume includes a full adventure for characters levels one to fifteen as well as new spells and an entirely new, playable race, the element-touched genasi.
Players looking for a new two player experience (which is not always the easiest endeavor), should check out Steam Torpedo First Contact. Following the first world war, players take control of submarines and battle with each other for oceanic dominance. First, you will construct a submarine from select parts, resulting in hundreds of possibilities. Second, you pit these submarines against each other in a battle of underwater tactics.
In Realm of Heroes, players will balance a number of resources, including building castles and recruiting heroes that will become your army. The trick is that the game board will alter as the game progresses, making it incredibly difficult to consistently field your army and plan your strategy.
Dragons of Tarkir, the third set in the Khans of Tarkir block and the final set of Magic before the company switches to the new two set release schedule, is out this weekend. As is normal, this release means that not only are booster packs on sale, but also Fat Packs, Event Decks, Intro Decks, and the standard assortment of sleeves, deck boxes, and playmats.
Anyone who enjoys resource management games like Belfort, Clockwork Kingdom is a steampunk version of the same. After the king of the Clockwork Kingdom has passed away, it’s a free for all for the throne and you will be playing one of the nominees! In order to claim victory, you will need to make strategic decisions to claim workers, resources, build mechanisms, and encounter other opponents on the battlefield.
A parallel game to the highly popular Star Wars X-Wing miniature game, Star Wars Armada, is finally on shelves. This hotly anticipated release is a to scale ship-to-ship battle game where players control capital class ships, like the Star Destroyer and the Corellian Corvette, as well as lower class ships, like Tie Fighters and X-Wings. All the ships move on a template system, similar to but unique enough from X-Wing.