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Break the Cube
What the cube!? Use your memory and deduction skills in this tense race against your opponents to recreate the shape of their hidden blocks! In this sequel of sorts to Break the Code, you will need an eye for detail and clever deduction skill to win. Ask clever questions, deduce the shape and win.
King of Monster Island
We have detected irregular movement on the Monster Island. The volcano is erupting like never before. Monsters from all around the world are gathering on the Island, what is happening? They don’t even fight each other anymore! Because is a greater menace is lurking. Something big enough to threaten every monster and make them fight together against the same enemy… Was this in the script? Wait… Is this a cooperative King of game? In King of Monster Island, players will play as giant monsters who must work together to defeat a titan-like Boss before it finishes building an interdimensional portal. Each turn, players will roll dice to damage minions & boss, heal themselves, gain energy and buy cards, move around the island, activate human support, and increase fame. For the Boss’ actions, they are controlled entirely by the game itself. Using the results of the dice rolled into the volcano, the Boss will move, activate their minions, and attack nearby monsters. Their goal: allow their minions to set up the pylons needed to construct the portal. To win, the players must defeat the Boss before they manage to activate the portal or defeat even a single Monster. Otherwise Earth will be demolished!
King of Tokyo
King of Tokyo is a game for 2 to 6 players where you play as mutant monsters, rampaging robots, or even abominable aliens battling in a fun, chaotic atmosphere. Roll dice and choose your strategy: Will you attack your enemies? Heal your wounds? Improve your Monster? Stomp your path to victory! This new edition of the best-seller boasts new artwork, clearer rules, and revamped card abilities. Monsters have a new look, and the coveted Space Penguin character takes his place in Tokyo!
A crime was just committed! The victim is unable to speak — but they can draw, and in doing so they will ideally help the inspectors guess who in the vast crowd is the criminal! This shifty character will do anything and everything to cover their tracks, though, so will you be able to stop them before the last message? In Last Message, the victim of the crime gives clues over four rounds to help the detectives determine the identity of the criminal. To give clues in a round, the victim has 30 seconds in which to draw and write in a 3x3 grid — but before handing over these clues, the criminal can erase part of these drawings. If the criminal is not identified by the end of the fourth round, they win the game; otherwise, the detectives and the victim win.
King Kong is ready to enter the fight in King of Tokyo and King of New York, and he’s bringing new mechanics with him, including a new winning condition. This Monster Pack includes a cardboard Tower to use in the game (Tokyo Tower for King of Tokyo, Empire State for King of New York). Each tower is made of three detachable levels. When you play with a Tower in your city, any monster getting four 1 sides with the dice in King of Tokyo (or four Ouch! Sides in King of New York) takes a level…or steals from another player! If a player recreates a tower entirely…he or she wins the game!
The struggle to become the King of Tokyo just leveled up! The monsters are evolving and now benefit from new powers! Now each one has a deck of Evolution cards that they can gain and use during the game. What's more, a new challenger has arrived in the city who will surely show his expertise in the art of the smash: the terrible Pandakaï! Compatible with all versions of King of Tokyo
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