Thursday, October 27, 2011

Just In This Week: Kingsburg and ...


Discover this great strategy game, Kingsburg. An excerpt from the game manufacturer - Fantasy Flight Games describes the game as:
"Combining many of the best elements of European and American board game design styles, Kingsburg has been praised for its clever use of dice and its high level of player interaction. Though dice-rolling is a significant mechanic of the game, the presence of luck never feels arbitrary or excessive. Rather, the game encourages players to apply their dice rolls strategically, in ways that simultaneously benefit themselves and vex their opponents. And while a card-drawing mechanic determines the nature and difficulty of yearly NPC enemies (these enemies must be faced by each player individually, and failure against them can cause major setbacks), players can “scout the draw” in advance by influencing the right advisor. This means that players who have devoted resources to acquiring this valuable intelligence can adequately prepare for the coming onslaught while their opponents languish in ignorance... or they can bluff, exaggerating the threat and compelling their opponents to overspend!"
SRC: Fantasy Flight Games

Another fun game just in is Martian Dice where you Swoop, Scoop, and Score! You are the Martians coming to earth to abduct Humans, Cows, and Chickens.  
Catch this video review by Reviews Without Pants.



For the Dungeons and Dragons Enthusiasts is this third in a series of board games by Wizards of the Coast The Legend of Drizzt:  


The adventures of Drizzt Do’Urden, as told in the New York Times best-selling Forgotten Realms novels by R.A. Salvatore, come to life in this thrilling board game. Take on the role of the legendary drow ranger or one of his famous adventuring companions, battle fearsome foes, and win treasure and glory.

Catch a game play video by Wizard of the Coast.



For these and other fun-tastic games come in and visit us at Off The Charts Games. We are located in the historic downtown Gresham at 30 NW 2nd St., Gresham, OR 97080

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