As we move on from April and enter May, we look back on five new releases that joined our range in the month gone by.
The tentacles of a terrible Kraken just burst out of the waves in the newest game to join the LOKI children’s range from IELLO.
Hurry up, everyone on deck: get your swords, guns and cannons! Use your pirate skills, repair the damages and choose the best weapons to save your ship!
In the latest game from Blue Orange, set your heart on a player of your choice and offer them a rose. Will they accept?
Create bouquets of roses to win points but be careful: the task isn’t that simple! Too many thorny roses will spoil the bouquet! Sometimes, it’s important to know when to say “no”.
In the ‘Rail and Write’ from Gamewright, X marks the stops! Flip a card, choose a subway line, and cross off the given number of stops on your map. Earn bonuses for making transfers but lose points for incomplete tracks.
Everyone plays at the same time, so there’s never a dull moment as you race to complete routes. Get the highest score and become an underground sensation!
Hi Lo Flip
Another new release from Gamewright, fortunes will flip in this wild game of strategy and chance! Play number cards to a centre pile, following the direction on the Hi-Lo chip.
If you get stuck, flip the chip for a chance to reverse the order and save your turn. But if you wind up without a move, the points go to your opponent. Be the first player out of cards and Lo! You end the game on a Hi!
King of Tokyo Dark Edition
Discover the dark side to King of Tokyo with this limited collector’s edition: King of Tokyo Dark. The setting is more wicked than ever, and Tokyo is the prize!
Combine your dice to gather energy, heal your monster or just slap the other monsters down! With the return of fan-favourite Kraken and Cyber Bunny, and new mechanics, you can increase your wickedness and get powerful new tiles while ravaging Tokyo!
We’ve already seen lots of photos of you playing these games, so keep them coming, we love to see what makes it to the table. Don’t forget to check out our Print and Play page for games you can try at home!
We hope that everyone is keeping safe and staying home following the Government’s guidelines.