May 20, 2019
Something out of this world is coming to the best four days in gaming; The Blob that Ate Everything!
Gen Con 2019 is on the horizon, while just beyond the edge of the town of Blackwater, something unnatural has gone out of control. After a strange meteor made impact, the town was placed under lockdown by a shadowy government agency—no one was allowed to leave, and only a few select investigators were allowed to enter. That is, until the thing hatched.
Time is running out for the investigators of Arkham Horror: The Card Game as all hell breaks loose in Blackwater. Even as the anomaly continues to grow and devour everything in its path, the quarantine is still strictly enforced. The only way you’re getting out alive is if you can find a way to kill it…if such a thing is even possible.
The Blob That Ate Everything, the massive new scenario that will be taking over Gen Con 2019! You will be able to register for this bone-chilling event starting on May 19th on the official Gen Con 2019 website!
May 20, 2019
Bunny Kingdom in the Sky adds a new game board to the world of Bunny Kingdom that allows you to link fiefs in the sky with those on land. Aside from the game board, this expansion includes new cards, new types of resources, a set of playing pieces that allow five bunnies to play in the same game, and a larger type of building that increases your influence in that area by a factor of five.
Bunny Kingdom (2017) is a well regarded card drafting and area control game from the magical designer Richard Garfield. In Bunny Kingdom, players draft cards to place resources, bunnies and buildings on the board, trying to create fiefs with the most influence.
April 16, 2019
Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce Justice for Satsume, the third Dynasty Pack in the Inheritance cycle for Legend of the Five Rings: The Card Game!
All eyes are on Otosan Uchi as a chaotic Imperial succession is hastily planned. While the Imperial City is the focal point for these dramatic events, strife is infesting Rokugan from all angles. The Emerald Empire is breaking down into chaos—who will you support?
Justice for Satsume continues the themes of the Inheritance cycle, placing an emphasis on Courtiers and Bushi, introducing two new disguised characters to surprise your opponent, and offering up two Clan Champions!
The Hour of the Boar is upon Rokugan. As all eyes turn towards the Imperial City of Otosan Uchi, what other fractures are appearing across the Emerald Empire? Discover a new war in the Justice for Satsume Dynasty Pack, releasing in the third quarter of 2019!
April 12, 2019
Get ready to unleash your purging instincts with Rick and Morty as you fight to survive the annual purge festival on an alien planet. Play your cards right and you’ll make it out alive! Based on the popular episode of the TV show, Rick and Morty: Look Who’s Purging Now Card Game utilizes Cryptozoic’s new GRYPHON card game engine to deliver gameplay that unfolds at lightning speed and is easy to learn.
- ?Simultaneous play: 2 to 4 players play their cards at the same time to rack up kills during the annual “Festival”!
- Simple, addictive gameplay that rewards both luck and strategy
- Weapon Cards are found items or Rick’s inventions, leading to effects that can change the outcome!
- Play as Rick, Morty, and others with art from the unforgettable episode of the show
April 11, 2019
Welcome to the most popular bubble tea shop in Taiwan, where you’ll find rich, delicious milk tea filled with chewy pearls and jellies! To make an unforgettable drink, you’ll need to pay attention to crucial elements. More bubbles, less sugar, just the right amount of ice – all of this will make the drink taste different. Sounds good, right?
In Bubble Tea, players race to serve customers their drinks by rolling dice then matching the order by stacking tea base cards and transparent ingredient cards. Whoever can serve customers the fastest and most accurately will win! Coming this July from Renegade Game Studios!
- 6 Dice
- 45 Moji Moji Cards
- 45 Customer Cards
- 10 Tea Base Cards
- 1 Shaker
At a Glance
- Designer & Artist: AzaChen
- Number of Players: 1-5
- For Ages: 8+
- Playing Time: 20 min
March 27, 2019
The Deck of Justice is a ridiculously frantic, yet highly tactical, hand-drawn card game for 2-5 players. Players take turns striking one another (with fully loaded heroes, armored vehicles and bulging biceps) in a series of quick cowboy standoffs until there is only one survivor.
The game is basically a parody of all the (weird) stuff we love about Japanese cartoon…with a Tarantino-ish homage style to the 80s (and 70s)…encapsulated in an outrageously fast-paced card battle mechanics. It takes 2 minutes to learn and a lifetime to explore over 7 billion combinations of different combos and strategies.
Finally, the deck is on sale and AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE!!! Happy Birthday #ChuckNorris Grab your copy now. The Deck of Justice is a ridiculously frantic, yet highly tactical, hand-drawn card game for 2-5 players. Players take turns striking one another (with fully loaded heroes, armored vehicles and bulging biceps) in a series of quick cowboy standoffs until there is only one survivor.
March 24, 2019
WizKids is pleased to announce the upcoming release of Palm Trees, its new dexterity game of lush leaves and fabulous fronds!
In this dexterity game of quite literal “hand management,” players compete to grow the most verdant trees on a tropical island. To start, players will place their elbows on the table, arms straight up, forming the trunk of their palm tree. Each player holds a number of cards, representing fronds and coconuts, in their hand. Each card indicates the way in which the player must add it to their hand. Frond cards are simpler, while coconut cards tend to have more difficult rules players must follow.
Each turn, a player will select one of three available cards on the table to have an opponent add to their tree. Each card has a rule on how it must be held: frond cards are simpler, while coconut cards have more difficult rules. Some cards require a player to hold them between two specific fingers, or potentially between their fingers and their palm. When a card is added to a player’s palm tree, they must continue to follow the rules indicated on all the other cards in their hand. Breaking any of these rules would be considered dropping a card, which ends the game.
If the game ends with a dropped card, the player who dropped the card will not score any points for that game. The game also ends when all cards have been placed in all trees. When the game ends, players add up the points on each of the cards in their respective hands, and the player with the most points wins!
The game can also be played teams of two, with one player acting as the tree while the other adds the fronds and coconuts. In this alternate way of playing, each team simultaneously builds their tree instead of taking turns. The game ends as normal. For extra fun, 6 tree trunk tattoo sleeves have been included with the game—these can be worn by players for extra immersion into the mind of an island tree. Palm Trees will release in June 2019!
Mar 10, 2019
Following the annihilation of Earth, human survivors struggle to rebuild their once-great planet, only to be faced with a new threat. The Robotech Masters arrive to complete the mission that their Zentraedi armada began… to secure their empire by reclaiming the Protoculture matrix before it is located by the Invid. In their way stands the Army of the Southern Cross!
Robotech: Crisis Point, the exciting, stand-alone sequel to SolarFlare Games’ ROBOTECH: Force of Arms lets you take control of the epic conflict known as the Second Robotech War. One player takes the lead as the plotting, scheming, desperate Robotech Masters, while the other player commands the valiant and determined Army of the Southern Cross.
In this head-to-head card game, players are engaged in conflict for control of the Earth, each side pitting their varied infantry and mecha-based units against each other in an all-out war with only one victor. In addition to their mecha and weapons, players wield powerful command actions and amazing heroes to turn the tide of conflict and ensure victory.
ROBOTECH: Crisis Point is a two-player head-to-head card game. Strategy, tactics, area control, bluffing, and hand management all come into play in this dynamic and deep game of Alien vs Human in a battle of wits and courage.
Will you save humanity or utterly destroy it?
ROBOTECH: Crisis Point
The ROBOTECH: Crisis Point bundle includes:
- ROBOTECH: Crisis Point Game
- ROBOTECH: Force of Arms – Grand Cannon Booster Pack
- Limited Edition Robotech Playing Card Pack
- Limited Edition SolarFlare Games Variant Cover: Free Comic Book Day ROBOTECH Comic
- Entry into the “Art of Crisis Point Pre-Order Contest” (see note below for more details)