Outer Rim: Unfinished Business, Hunted, Pocket Detective, Kleos, Gutenberg, B-Movies and More!
Star Wars: Outer Rim – Unfinished Business
You’ve made a name for yourself in the Outer Rim, but there is still Unfinished Business. Hyperlanes through the Core Worlds hold the promise of untapped opportunities. The market is flush with new merchandise, from valuable cargo to tools of the trade. Just watch your step; the latest crop of bounties is even deadlier, and your rivals are looking to take you down!
Unfinished Business, an expansion for Star Wars: Outer Rim, is packed with more of everything the game has to offer: characters, ships, gear, bounties, jobs, encounters, dice, and more! Two new tiles allow players to cross the galaxy by passing through the Core Worlds, and the new “favors” and “ambitions” change up how the game is played. Fire up your engines—it’s time to get down to business.
Play as a screenwriter in B-Movies and try to pitch your movies to other players who play as producers. With your cards in hand, you must tell a story and find a catchy title for your future production. The other players then secretly vote for or against making the film. If your movie is produced, you earn popcorn points and the player-pro-ducers earn points if they were part of the majority (For or Against). As a producer, if you are convinced that this movie will be a hit, don’t hesitate to play your only «Yes! Yes!» card to earn even more points! Please note that this card can only be used once.
The Guild of Merchant Explorers
The Queen has sent out a call to The Guild of Merchant Explorers, asking brave adventurers to voyage to all corners of the kingdom of Tigomé. While the kingdom is flourishing, its maps have not been updated in some time and its great cities have lost contact with one another. With your team of explorers, you will journey over rough seas, majestic mountains, vast deserts, and lush grasslands to establish trade routes between cities, visit far-seeing discovery towers, and discover new villages that have emerged.
Double-sided playmat for the original Nemesis, with the ship’s interior board.
Playmat is 33×22 inches.
The Magnificent: SNØ
The audience holds their breath as she breaks the darkness, piercing the silence like an icicle, whirling up the frozen saw dust like a massive blizzard. She is the Magnificent SNØ.
This expansion to The Magnificent introduces SNØ, a new performer with her own camp tiles and poster cards.
You can now play the game with up to 5 players. New master cards provide new types of bonuses and new ways to score. New trainer tiles provide new ways to tweak your actions. The optional Master Board Module gives each player a special action each round, and then there is more. Note that the base game is required to play!
DIE in the Dungeon!
DIE in the Dungeon!
A solo game of DIE-namic dungeon crawling, where you are the dungeon monster!
You are a powerful creature, used to being in control, others in constant fear of you. Without warning you were taken away from your lands by a spell, cast by mighty wizard that even you could not stop. Now you find yourself in an unknown dungeon, full of weaker monsters and annoying adventurers. You decide to find your way out of this dungeon, willing to destroy anything that gets in your way.
WINNING the GAME
You win the game once you have defeated all Hero’s that are in the Dungeon.
You lose the game if, at the end of any turn, you have 0 Time, 0 Health, or a dungeon tile result states that you lose the game.
Boss Battle is a one versus many tabletop strategy card game featuring many ruthless bosses and four distinctly designed classes of heroes who use their unique skills to duke it out in a casting board system.
The Boss dominates the board throwing out obstacles the heroes must learn to work together to overcome. As the game progresses, heroes level up, and build their deck to adapt to challenges on the casting board. Heroes must think strategically, the Boss only gets stronger as the rounds progress!
With the variety of unique heroes, and bosses with diverse playstyles, players face new challenges every round. No two games are the same. Take pleasure in crushing your friends…and enemies, in Boss Battle! Play 1-4 players in cooperative, competitive or solo gameplay modes!
Equally feared and worshipped by mortals, monsters, and spirits alike, the Olympian Gods sit upon Mount Olympus and watch the world go by. That is, until word of the founding of a new city reaches their ears. Kleos, a city said to rival and eventually surpass even Troy and Athens. Zeus has declared a week-long contest among the gods to decide who shall be the patron god of this city-state. So call forth your champion, ready your armies, and use every divine power you possess to win at all costs. And remember, the gods do not play fair!
Kleos is a lightly asymmetrical game of strategic combat and area control. It combines hex-based combat with your favorite card game elements for a dynamic experience. Join the contest as one of five Greek Olympian Gods – Ares, Artemis, Hermes, Athena, or Dionysus – each with their own unique champion and divine deck.
Kleos features tactical card-play and action management. Play powerful blessings and curses to gain advantage. Summon Minions onto the board or use them as upgrades, serving as mounts or offerings to bolster their allies.
Command your forces during the action phase. Manage Minion actions for combat, area control, and tactical advantage. Send your Minions to the Greek Isles to recruit epic heroes and monsters of legend, such as Medusa, Perseus, and Pegasus. Organize your forces wisely. Positioning is key to victory!
Take the role of a Greek Olympian God, summon your champion, and compete for glory in the eyes of Zeus to be named the patron god of the rising Greek city-state, Kleos!
Hunted: Mining Colony 415
You were on your way back to earth after a year-long mission when a distress beacon abruptly roused you from hypersleep. The message was mostly static, but it was obvious that something terrible was happening at Mining Colony 415.
Once you and your crew landed and started looking around, unidentified lifeforms started wreaking havoc. During the chaos, everyone got split up and you don’t know if anyone is alive or dead. Even Sprinkles, the ship’s cat, is missing.
You just heard over the colony’s announcement system that the self-destruct protocol has been activated, so you’ll have to race back to Landing Pad 7 to get aboard your ship and get out of there before everything explodes… and you’ll have to do it while being hunted by the aliens.
Hunted: Mining Colony 415 is a fast-paced solo game that constantly presents you with tense choices. All the cards are multi-use forcing you to make quick decisions about which ones to discard and which ones to activate. You’ll have to balance running, fighting, and hiding if you want to get off the planet alive.
This game in the Hunted series uses a dexterity mechanic to resolve events and combat.
Hunted: Kobayashi Tower
It’s your wife Sharon’s birthday, so you decided to surprise her at work with some roses and that expensive chocolate she’s always craving. Your marriage has been in a bit of a rough spot lately, and you were hoping today would be a bit of a turning point. Little did you know that as you arrived at Kobayashi Tower, a group of terrorists were securing the building and rounding up everyone inside as hostages. You managed to elude them, but your wife has been taken and is somewhere in the building.
Now, you’ll have to work your way through the skyscraper, take out the terrorists, and rescue your wife while the terrorists try to hunt you down.
Hunted: Kobayashi Tower is a fast-paced solo game that constantly presents you with tense choices. All the cards are multi-use forcing you to make quick decisions about which ones to discard and which ones to activate. You’ll have to balance running, fighting, and hiding if you want to save your wife and get out of the building alive.
This game in the Hunted series uses a dice-rolling mechanism to resolve events and combat.
Pocket Detective: Season One
Pocket Detective is a cooperative card game which will put your deduction skills to the test. Gather evidence, interview witnesses and piece it all together in order to reveal the perpetrator. A deck of cards will lead you through the investigation. Just open the box and start playing!
In Pocket Detective, players investigate tangled cases and mysterious stories. Gather clues, interrogate suspects, perform arrests and match pieces of information to successfully solve the case. Test your investigative skills with three criminal cases: Murder at the University, Dangerous Liaisons, and Time is Running Out.
A turn consists of choosing one of the available cards and following a lead on it. The cards may represent a Clue, a Location, Witness Interrogation, Special Action, Arrest of a Suspect, etc. The goal is to solve the case in as few turns as possible.
Pocket Detective is a cooperative card game which will test your deduction, for 1-6 players.
Gutenberg is a mid-weight strategy game taking place in Europe in the 15th century. Each player takes the role of the printing pioneer trying to build their wealth and fame by developing their production capacity and gaining the support of patrons.Through bidding for specific actions the players develop their printing workshops, acquire new fonts, inks and decorations. The unique system of rotating gears allows players to combine bonuses and earn large amounts of points. The game lasts six rounds and the player with the most points at the end wins.
Orlog: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Game
PureArts and Ubisoft present the official WORLDWIDE Retail Edition of the Orlog dice game from Assassin’s Creed® Valhalla! Played extensively by the Norsemen and Anglo-Saxons in every city of the video game, Orlog is played by two players who use dice rolls and bonus effects to claim victory over their opponent.
Will you earn enough God Favors and receive their blessings to win? There’s only one way to find out…
The raccoons have organized into gangs, and each raccoon gang boss in Raccoon Robbers wants to be the first to reach the famous golden rubbish bin that’s filled with endless amounts of thrown-away food.
The playing area is set up by individual pieces that represent the fields to which the raccoons can move — but only one raccoon can stay on a field, and it will throw other player’s figures down to lower places. With hand cards that allow their own raccoons to climb up or down, each player can try to throw down other raccoons, move their own up, or climb down by free will before they get thrown by others.
Thanks to the flexible set-up, each game can played differently with various difficulty.