I’m aware how corny that intro was, but this game is, in actuality, about mushrooms, not corn. Morels is one of the rare entries into the two-player game category, so it’s double the awesome for also being a great game. Each player controls two decks of cards, a night and day deck. Each of these contain various types of shrooms to be grown or eaten during these distinct periods of the day. The types of mushrooms cooked, and what they are cooked with, earns players different points toward a victory goal.
YOU! ARE! SPARTACUS!
The Serpents and the Wolf is the first expansion for the board game adaptation of the popular Starz television series, Spartacus. Within this expansion set are two completely new houses, Varinius and Seppius, as well as hordes of new armors, combatants, and weapons. In the bloody arenas of Rome, players pit two teams of gladiators against each other in violent combat, until only one team remains standing.
To make sure you don’t have to find out why they smell worse on the inside, you’re going to want to pick up the fourth Force Pack expansion for Fantasy Flight‘s Star Wars LCG card game. Six original objective sets are included within the pack, focusing the action on Walkers, troops, shields, and careful management of how damage is dealt. Join the Assault on Echo Base by picking up this newest expansion pack.
Discerning DMs pay heed to Pathfinder‘s NPC Codex Box.
Like the previous token boxes Piazo has released, this one contains over 300 tokens and stands of varying sizes. Each token is represented in full color art pulled directly from the NPC Codex. Make sure your game is engrossing and clear by picking up these essential pawns.
The most recent supplemental hardcover for Only War, Enemies of the Imperium details hundreds of NPC beings that stand in the way of the Imperial Guard, along with their methods of combat so that the GM can employ them correctly in battle. Squad-level combat is also detailed in the book, giving the option for giant formation fights.
One of the many products celebrating the 50th anniversary of the longest running sci-fi series on television, Doctor Who, is the Cubicle 7 Doctor Who RPG series. In honor of the event, the company is releasing sourcebooks for each incarnation of the Doctor. The First Doctor Sourcebook released this weekend, including each of the earliest Doctor‘s companions and villains as well as destinations and gadgets. Pick up a copy so that you can relive the Doctor‘s early junkyard beginnings and beyond, retold from your own imagination.