May 082015

DC Dice MastersThe wait is over, DC fans no longer have to contend with a Marvel-only Dice Masters universe!  Yes, the DC Dice Masters starter and boosters dropped last week, providing materials for players to incorporate DC characters like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and more into their Dice Masters games.Zeppelin Attack!

Set in the world of Evil Hat‘s Spirit of the Century, Zeppelin Attack! allows players to control villainous masterminds bent on world domination.  Deploy your zeppelins, command your minions, and do whatever it takes to destroy your rivals.  Perfect for two to four players, Zeppelin Attack! Demon Slayer The Siege of Mtwill plays for forty-five to sixty minutes.

Demonslayer:  The Siege of Mt. Kunlun is a deck-building game based on the story of the “Warriors of Magic Mountain.”  Each player takes control of one Sect of the Kunlun Immortals, and they must compete with each other in defeating the dread forces of the Heart-Eaters.  At the end of the game, once all the Heart-Eaters are defeated, the player with the most Cultivation is the winner.  An English translation of a previously released foreign edition, this version includes one of Xenoshyftthe game’s expansions, The Alchemist’s Fortune.

Xenoshyft is a game for one to four players, with each player controlling one of the divisions of the Nortec Military.  Each of these divisions represents one part of the overall Nortec Base, and it is your job as commander of these divisions to protect the base while its field operations are completed.  A cooperative game, Xenoshyft asks My Little Pony Absolute Discordplayers to outlast a horde of aliens over the course of nine rounds.

The third My Little Pony set released from Enterplay, Absolute Discord sees the arrival of Discord to the Pony-verse, throwing the spirit of chaos at players as a means to turn the game upside down.  Cards and actions now can perform the opposite of what they are labeled as doing.  With over two hundred cards in Absolute Discord, players have plenty of new options to add to their decks!Super Dungeon Explore Forgotten King

Bring video gaming to your board game table with Super Dungeon Explore:  Forgotten King!  An entirely original base game set for this popular series of games, Forgotten King includes nearly sixty new miniature figures to battle through and with in the automated dungeon setting!  Inspired by 16-Bit video gaming, Super Dungeon Explore can be Bahamut Attack Wing miniatureplayed in either Classic or Arcade mode, allowing for cooperative play or to be pitted against a GM.  Also out this week is the first Upgrade Kit for this version of the game.

The Bahamut D&D Attack Wing premium figure features powerful upgrades, abilities, and tokens to bring your adventures to epic proportions!  This powerful dragon sits upon a six inch by six inch base and utilize his cold breath attacks to any Netrunner Breaker Bayenemy in his path.

The newest Data Pack for the Netrunner Deck Building Game, Breaker Bay contains sixty new cards designed to augment Corp and Runner decks.  These sixty cards are numbers twenty-one Eight Minute Empires Lost Legendsthrough forty of the SanSan Cycle, all able to be incorporated into the base Netrunner game.

Another expansion for the short film inspired Eight-Minute Empire:  Legends, Lost Lands incorporates new factions and leaders, materials for for a fifth and sixth player, a double-sized island on a folded board, and allows for faster gameplay, as players can now select cards simultaneously.Temple of Elemental Evil D&D

A new release in the popular D&D dungeon crawl cooperative board games, Temple of Elemental Evil puts players in control of a heroic adventurer exploring a treacherous dungeon full of monsters, hazards, and treasures.  Anywhere from one to five players can take part in the adventure, cooperatively navigating the dungeon in no more than an hour.

Mar 302013

Date: Saturday, April 6th.
Points: 1250 points,
Rounds: 3
Entry Fee: $10
Registration starts at 10:00 AM, first round starts at 11. The new Chaos Daemons codex will be legal for use.

Mar 302012

The odds are in your favor today, dear readers, for we have two Hunger Games…uh, games…freshly in stock.

The Hunger Games: District 12 is strategy heavy survival game where you and up to three other players attempt to remain alive in the harsh conditions of District 12. Fight to collect clothing, food, and other items as you try to avoid The Reaping. Or be sent to the Hunger Games as punishment.

Or, option 3, you could try the Jabberjay game. This Hunger Games…game (there’s no good way to say that) is two card games in one. The first game is similar to BANG! in that players each control a different Capitol or District Citizen, hiding their identity from all other players as they also attempt to make them flee. As the first game plays 5-12 people, a second 2-4 player game is also included. It is a cooperative game where players work together to protect citizens from the Peacekeepers.

If you remember the instantly addictive tile battling game, Pocket Battles, from a year or so back, you’ll be excited to hear there’s a new expansion deck out today. This time around it’s Macedonians versus Persians. If you haven’t played the game, it’s based around opponents creating armies out of their various tiles, then pitting against each other on three separate fronts. Pocket Battles is an easy game to pick up, in large part due to the fact that you can begin with any of the Versus Packs.

Next up we have two new additions to the insanely popular Agricola. These two individual decks of cards add a completely new experience to the classic board game. First, is the World Championship WM Deck. This deck was created at the first ever Agricola World Championship by its very own fans and players. The deck contains 115 new cards divided into five individual decks comprised, overall, of 60 Minor Improvements and 55 Occupations. Second, we have the NL Deck with 120 new cards. This deck adds a whole new thematic setting to the game, introducing players to the Netherlands. Both of these will expand and enliven the game, adding a whole new level of play.

Booze can also enliven any gaming experience, especially a full glass of wine. But what about a game about wine? Vinhos is just that game, being a resource control scenario where each player builds a wine empire over the course of 6 years/rounds by purchasing vineyards, gaining a reputation, and establishing a market. If you’re a lover of games like Belfort and Le Havre, Vinhos is you cup of…wine.

Similar in mechanics, but vastly different in theme is Lords of Waterdeep, a Dungeons & Dragons board game. Controlling a Lord of Waterdeep, players compete by purchasing buildings in the city, assigning agents to do your bidding, and spreading your influence further over the city. Offering a play style you’ve never experienced in the world of D&D, Lords of Waterdeep combines fantasy with strategic gaming.