That’s Dino Hunt Dice, the most recent addition to Steve Jackson’s line of fun, family-friendly, easy-to-learn games. Exactly like Zombie Dice, players roll three dice at a time in an attempt to nab as many dinosaurs as they can (unlike Zombie Dice, there are multiple types, like T-Rex, Triceratops, and more) without getting stomped three times by a giant dino foot. If you get a leaf you’re able to reroll that die, but if three feet do appear you lose all the dinosaurs you’ve collected that round. It’s that simple. For two or more players, Dino Hunt Dice is a portable, easily learned dice game for the whole family.
The Force is growing stronger for the Star Wars Living Card Game with the release of the first Force Pack. The Desolation of Hoth, like Fantasy Flight‘s other LCG expansions, contains sixty new cards for inclusion in the Star Wars LCG base game. These cards expand the experience of the game, structuring a new adventure on the ice planet of Hoth.
If you’re tired of staring at your boring family during that holiday dinner, get Rory’s Story Cubes. If you can’t get your brain to come up with any ideas for that novel you’ve been whittling away at, get Rory’s Story Cubes. If your child keeps begging for a new bedtime story and you don’t have any on to tell, get Rory’s Story Cubes. A simple solo or multi-player storytelling game, Rory’s Story Cubes are sets of nine dice, adorned with various pictures used to spur narrative forward in a group environment. Each of the three existing sets is themed to focus on Actions, Voyages, and basic story elements.
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The Blood Bowl Team Manager Card Game is expanding its ranks by three in with the Sudden Death expansion set. Each of these three new teams incorporate new abilities, like the Champions of Death who raise zombified players from underneath the field whenever the chips are down. The Dark Sorcery Syndicate (magic, magic, magic!) and the Black Fangs (they want to suck away your victory) round out the options. But some other Hail Mary additions have been included, too, like enchanted ball cards, contract payouts, and much, much more. HIKE!
Always a yearly highlight for Magic the Gathering players, the newest Duel Deck has hit shelves. Considering the pairing this time is Sorin vs. Tibalt, they are not likely to remain on shelves for much longer. For those looking for money cards, the cost of the Duel Deck is recuperated by the Sorin, Lord of Innistrad card alone. If you’re just looking to play with a buddy, these sets are the perfect starting point for new Magic players or anyone looking to have a quick throwdown. Each deck, Sorin and Tibalt, are constructed to pose a threat to their opponent, leading to a fair match between players and reliable decks to learn the game off of.