New Games: Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

Bang! the Dice Game: Undead or Alive Expansion

 

 

 

 

 

BANG! The Dice Game: Undead or Alive includes five “modules” for BANG! The Dice Game that can be used on their own or combined in any way desired.

This expansion adds eight new enraged gunslingers and two new duel dice for fighting duels. If you lose a duel, you must draw a duel wound token. During your turn, each duel wound token you have cancels one identical symbol rolled on a die that you decided to keep.

The new dice also feature another new symbol: the whiskey bottle. If you roll a whiskey bottle during your turn and you have no duel wound tokens to discard or if you lose two or more life points in one turn, you must draw a rage card; the symbols on those cards are added to the results of the dice!

With four or more players, you can play the “Undead or Alive” module, which adds a deck of boneyard cards. If the boneyard overflows with corpses, a zombie outbreak might begin!

Deckscape: The Curse of the Sphinx

 

 

 

 

 

 

During a visit to the ancient Egyptian monuments, an unforeseeable event locks the players in a secret room inside the pyramid. Will they be able to decipher the enigmatic hieroglyphics and find a way out before the mummy catches them?

Deckscape: The Curse of the Sphinx is the sixth title in a series of cooperative games inspired by real escape rooms in which a group of people is “trapped” inside a room full of puzzles and odd items. The goal of the game is to solve puzzles, understand the plot of the story, and make intelligent use of the items provided in order to exit from the room as quickly as possible.

Geek Out!: Disney Edition

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geek Out! is a party game that can determine once and for all which player is the most knowledgeable about your favorite pop culture subjects!

In the game, you draw cards asking you to list a certain number of things which fall under a certain category: comic books, fantasy, games, science fiction, and miscellaneous. Before you begin, however, the other players may try to steal your points (and bragging rights!) by bidding to list even more than the card requires. The bidding continues until one player is ready to “out-geek” their friends. Collect a predetermined number of cards, and you win!

Geek Out! Disney features 350 questions about ninety years of Disney productions.

Munchkin: Duck Tales Edition

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Munchkin: Disney DuckTales, players choose from Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and other DuckTales icons to battle it out against monsters (and each other) while uncovering treasure that will have you swimming in gold — just like “Unca Scrooge”!

True to the original Munchkin game, your goal is to collect as much treasure as possible while enlisting the help of interesting Items and Allies you’ll come across during your adventures. If you’re the first to reach Level 10, you win! However, watch out for conniving villains such as Bigtime Beagle or Curses that could distract you from becoming filthy rich.

The treasure hunt begins as soon as the first player “Kicks Open a Door” to reveal what’s hidden on the other side. If a villain is nowhere to be found, you’ll be free to use your Class skills to “Loot the Room” for hidden items and treasures. Will you uncover the Crown of Genghis Khan or Magica’s Magic Mirror to aid you on your quest? If you’re not so lucky, you’ll be greeted by that stingy Flintheart Glomgold, the wicked Magica DeSpell, and other bad guys that must be defeated using card bonuses, powerful Treasure items, Ally cards such as Bubba the Caveduck and Donald Duck, or even teaming up with other players! Choose your friends wisely!

When you’re feeling as mischievous as Huey, Dewy, and Louie, you may also decide to “Look for Trouble” and fight a monster already in your hand. Use your best judgment to decide if combat will increase your chances of winning, or send you into a tail spin.

Codenames: Simpsons Edition

 

 

 

 

 

 

Codenames: The Simpsons combines the hit social word game Codenames, while featuring characters and locations from thirty years of The Simpsons.

In Codenames, two teams — Team Homer and Team Bart — compete to see who can guess all of their “field agents” (identified by either a word or picture) correctly first — but those field agents are hiding in plain sight in a 5×5 grid that includes the agents of the other team, neutral words, and an assassin that will cause you to lose the game immediately if you guess it. One person on each team is a spymaster and only these two know which agents belong to each team. Spymasters take turns giving one-word clues that can help their teammates identify multiple agents on the board. Their teammates try to guess agents of the right color while avoiding those that belong to the opposing team — and everyone wants to avoid the assassin.

Dungeons & Dragons RPG: Epic Monster Cards and Creature & NPC Cards

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Epic Monster Set consists of 77 laminated, over-sized cards. This set expands on the previous releases by adding the most dangerous monsters to your menagerie and allows Dungeon Masters to bring even more enemies to their tabletop in card form.

The Creature & NPC Set features 182 creatures and people from the Monster Manual and Volo’s Guide to Monsters. It will be a welcome addition to any Dungeon Master’s collection.

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