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King of Tokyo Family Board Game

King of Tokyo

£31.99

Join the fight for Tokyo – over 1 million copies sold worldwide!

Play mutant monsters, gigantic robots and other monstrous creatures, rampaging the city and vying for position as the one and only King of Tokyo!

Combine your dice to gather energy, heal your monster or just slap the other monsters down! Spend your energy to trigger permanent or one-shot special powers: a second head, body armor, nova death ray…

The fiercest monster will occupy Tokyo, and earn extra victory points, but you can’t heal and must face all the other monsters alone! Stop at nothing to become the King of Tokyo… but that’s when the real trouble begins for you!

What’s in the box?

  • One Tokyo board
  • 66 cards
  • 28 counters
  • Eight dice
  • Six monster boards
  • Six cardboard figures + 6 plastic stand
  • Energy cubes

How to play:

On your turn, complete the following actions:

1. Rolling and rerolling the dice
Roll all 6 dice (up to three times).

2. Resolving the dice
The symbols you get at the end of your rolling step are the actions for this turn.

3. Buying cards (optional)
You can spend your energy points to buy any of the face up cards.

If Tokyo is empty, your monster must enter. If you are attacked while in Tokyo, you can yield to the Monster that attacked. You still take the damage though! When you’re in Tokyo, you attack everyone on the outside, however, everyone on the outside deals damage to you.

The game is over when a monster reaches 20 Victory Points or is the last one standing. This monster is crowned King of Tokyo.

Bonus!

Multiple expansions and power up packs to keep the game evolving.

King of Tokyo Monster Pack Anubis Family Board Game

King of Tokyo Monster Pack: Anubis

£9.99

Anubis is coming for you! Can you escape the wrath of the God of the Dead?

This new Monster Pack also introduces the curse mechanics and the first pyramidal die in the best-selling King of Tokyo line!

What’s in the box?

  • One Anubis monster board
  • One cardboard figurine + figurine stand
  • One die of fate
  • 24 curse cards
  • One golden scarab card
  • Eight evolution cards for King of Tokyo
  • Eight evolution cards for King of New York

How to play:

The Anubis Monster Pack introduces a new game component, in the form of the pyramid-shaped die of fate!

If you use the die of Fate, shuffle the curse cards to form a face-down draw pile. Reveal and read the top card; this curse will now affect all players until it is replaced by the next one.

The die of fate must always be resolved. Do it before you resolve the other dice. The hieroglyph at the top of the die shows the result.

Evolution cards let you play King of Tokyo and King of New York with boosted Monsters! Anubis Evolutions work in the same way as the Evolutions in King of Tokyo: Power Up! and King of New York: Power Up!

Bonus!

Compatible with King of Tokyo and King of New York. To play with Anubis Evolutions, you will need the Power Up! expansion for your base game.

King of Tokyo Monster Pack Cthulhu Family Board GameKing of Tokyo Monster Pack Cthulhu Components Family Board Game

King of Tokyo Monster Pack: Cthulhu

£9.99

The return of the Ancient One promises to spread chaos across Tokyo and New York, where scenes of madness are already multiplying.

Even the other Monsters in these places could succumb to the insanity… Will you be crazy enough to respond to his call?

What’s in the box?

  • One Cthulu monster board
  • One cardboard figure and stand
  • 15 Cultist/Temple of Cthulu double-sided tiles
  • 12 madness tokens
  • Eight evolution cards for King of Tokyo
  • Eight evolution cards for King of New York

How to play:

King of Tokyo:

  • You can only play with the Cultist side of the tile. The Temple of Cthulhu side has no effect in King of Tokyo.
  • Place the tiles next to the board face-up. After resolving your dice, if you rolled four identical faces, take a Cultist tile and put it in front of you.

King of New York:

  • Shuffle the Cultist tiles with the building tiles from the base game.
  • The Temples of Cthulhu are Buildings, just like the HighRises, Power Plants, and Hospitals in King of New York. They work exactly the same way.
  • Cultists are Units, just like Infantry, Tanks, and Planes in King of New York. They work exactly the same way (except when you destroy them) and attack Monsters in their borough as usual

The Evolution cards let you play King of Tokyo and King of New York with supercharged Monsters! Cthulhu’s Evolutions work like the Evolutions in King of Tokyo: Power-Up! and King of New York: Power-Up!

Some of Cthulhu’s Evolutions give Madness tokens to other Monsters. In the beginning of your turn, roll as many dice as you have Madness tokens and put them aside. These dice cannot be rerolled this turn. You will resolve them with the other dice after you finish Rolling.

Bonus!

Compatible with King of Tokyo and King of New York. To play with Cthulhu’s Evolutions, you need the Power Up! expansion for whichever base game you have.

King of Tokyo Monster Pack Cybertooth Family Board GameKing of Tokyo Monster Pack Cybertooth Components Family Board Game

King of Tokyo Monster Pack: Cybertooth

£9.99

Cybertooth – a giant two-legged robot that can transform into a fearsome sabertoothed tiger – is about to hit the town. With new berserk die, will you succumb to the berserker fury?

What’s in the box?

  • One Cybertooth Monster board
  • Two cardboard figures + stands
  • One berserk die
  • Six berserk tokens
  • One transformation card
  • Eight evolution cards for King of Tokyo
  • Eight evolution cards for King of New York

How to play:

The Cybertooth Monster Pack introduces a new game component: the berserk die!

When you roll 4 or more ‘claws’ place a Berserk token on your Monster. You are now in Berserk mode!

During your turn, if you are in Berserk mode, roll the Berserk die in the normal way, in addition to the other dice. When you heal yourself, Berserk mode ends. Remove the Berserk token from your Monster.

Cybertooth is a shape-shifting Monster. It can only transform in games with evolution cards. Once per turn, during the power card purchase phase, Cybertooth may spend 1 energy point to flip the transformation card before buying any cards. Apply the effects associated with the new form!

Evolution cards let you play King of Tokyo and King of New York with boosted Monsters! Cybertooth Evolutions work in the same way as the Evolutions in King of Tokyo: Power Up! and King of New York: Power Up!

Bonus!

This monster pack is compatible with King of Tokyo, King of New York and all their expansions. To play with Cybertooth Evolutions, you will need the Power Up! expansion for your base game.

King of Tokyo Monster Pack King Kong Family Board Game

King of Tokyo Monster Pack: King Kong

£9.99

King Kong is ready to conquer the Empire State Building and Tokyo Tower to find his love. Will you dare cross his path, or worse, capture his beloved?

What’s in the box?

  • One King Kong monster board
  • One cardboard figure + stand
  • One Empire State Building figure + One Tokyo Tower figure
  • One beauty card
  • Eight evolution cards for King of Tokyo
  • Eight evolution cards for King of New York

How to play:

The King Kong Monster Pack adds new elements to the game: Tokyo Tower for King of Tokyo and the Empire State Building for King of New York! While different, they work in the same way.

When a monster claims a level, they always start on the bottom level. If they already control the bottom level, they claim the next level. if they already control the bottom two levels and claims the top level, they automatically win the game!

  • To claim a level of Tokyo Tower, a monster must be in Tokyo and roll at least four 1’s.
  • To claim a level of the Empire State Building, a monster must be in Manhattan and roll at least four ‘ouch’s’

If another monster controls the level you are claiming, you seize control. If you control the bottom two levels and another Monster claims the bottom level, you keep the middle level.

The Evolution cards let you play King of Tokyo and King of New York with supercharged Monsters! King Kong’s Evolutions work like the Evolutions in King of Tokyo: Power Up! and King of New York: Power Up!

Bonus!

Compatible with King of Tokyo and King of New York. To play with King Kong’s Evolutions, you need the Power Up! expansion for whichever base game you have.

King of Tokyo Dark Edition Family Board GameKing of Tokyo Dark Edition Family Board Game

King of Tokyo: Dark Edition

£38.99

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!

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!

What’s in the box?

  • Six monster boards
  • One Tokyo board
  • Six grey dice
  • Six cardboard figures
  • 66 power cards
  • Energy charges
  • Six wickedness counters
  • 10 wickedness tiles
  • 27 tokens
  • Two yellow dice

How to play:

On your turn, complete the following actions:

  1. Roll Dice: On your turn, you can roll the dice up to three times. You can stop rolling at any time.
  2. Resolve Dice: You can resolve your dice in any order, but you must resolve all of them.
  3. Enter Tokyo: If no one is in Tokyo, you must enter and place your monster in Tokyo.
  4. Buy Power Cards: You may buy one or more of the three face-up cards in the marketplace given you have the correct amount of energy points.

Wickedness Points

In addition to Victory Points, numbered faces on the dice gain you wickedness points. When you gain wickedness points, move your counter up the wickedness gauge. If your counter moves onto or beyond the 2, 5 or 10 space, you take a tile of your choice from the tiles available at that level of Wickedness. Place the tile in front of you, the power is now active.

The game ends when a monster reaches 20 victory points or if only one monster remains in the game, that Monster is crowned the King of Tokyo!

King of Tokyo Power Up Family Board GameKing of Tokyo Power Up Components Family Board Game

King of Tokyo: Power Up

£14.99

The monsters are evolving and now benefit from new powers! Each one has a deck of evolution cards that they can gain and use during the game.

Add in a new challenger, Pandakai, and the struggle to become the King of Tokyo just got a whole lot harder!

What’s in the box?

  • One Pandakaï Monster Board
  • One cardboard figure and stand
  • 56 evolution cards
  • Eight tokens

How to play:

Take the eight evolution cards belonging to your monster, shuffle them, and make a draw pile. After the resolve dice phase, if you have rolled at least 3 hearts, you draw two Evolution cards, keeping one in their hand without showing it and discarding the other. Keep your evolutions in hand until you decide to play them, which can even be during another player’s turn if the card’s effect doesn’t specify when to play it.

There are two types of Evolution:

  • Temporary: discard them after use.
  • Permanent: Play them face up in front of you. You benefit from their effect as long as they’re in play.

Each evolution card shows:

  • The name of the monster it belongs to.
  • The type of evolution.
  • The species.
  • The name and effect of the evolution.

Bonus!

A copy of King of Tokyo is required to play.

Variant: Mutant Evolutions

Shuffle the evolutions of the monsters in play and deal eight evolutions to each player. All players pick one, and the pass then rest. Repeat until you all have eight cards.

King of Tokyo Halloween Power Up Family Board GameKing of Tokyo Halloween Power Up Components Family Board Game

King of Tokyo: Power Up Halloween

£14.99

It’s Halloween and you’re invited to the party! Introduce more chaos to the King of Tokyo base game with two new monsters: Pumpkin Jack and Boogey Woogey! Evolution cards allow each monster to mutate into an even more nightmarish version of itself!

What’s in the box?

  • 16 evolution cards
  • One Pumpkin Jack monster board
  • One Boogie Woogie monster board
  • Two cardboard figurines and stands
  • Six Halloween dice
  • 12 costume cards

How to play:

Costumes are played as keep cards and can be bought at the end of your turn.

  • There is no limit on the number of costumes you can have at the same time.
  • They can also be stolen: If a monster ends his roll with at least 3 ‘claws’, then that player can steal costumes from any Monster they damage by paying the monster the cost of the costume in energy.

Evolution Cards

If you end your roll with at least 3 ‘hearts’, you draw the top Evolution of your deck, keeping it secret. There are three kinds of evolution:

  • Temporary Evolution: discard after being played.
  • Permanent Evolution: stay in play after revealing.
  • Gift Evolution: you can pass this on when you deal damage.

Bonus!

Compatible with the original and Power Up King of Tokyo editions. A copy of King of Tokyo is required to play.

Kingdomino Family Board GameKingdomino Family Board Game

Kingdomino

£17.99

In the best-selling family classic, you are a king seeking new lands to expand your kingdom. This majestic twist on a popular classic will have you seeking to build the most impressive kingdom by connecting your dominos wisely.

But be careful, other kings will try and claim these profitable lands too!

Kingdomino was crowned “Game of the Year” in 2017!

What’s in the box?

  • Four starting tiles
  • Four 3D castles
  • 48 dominoes
  • Eight wooden Kings in four colours

How to play:

The object of the game is to build a 5 x 5 grid by connecting your dominos with matching terrains. There are six different terrains, including: wheat fields, lakes and forests.

Each turn, connect a new domino to your existing kingdom, making sure at least one of its sides connects to a matching terrain type already in play. The order of who picks their domino first depends on which tile was previously chosen. The higher number tiles will have more crowns, but will mean you pick last in the next turn!

To score, you’ll need to make sure you have crowns in your terrains. Multiply the numbers of matching terrains by the number of crowns to find out your score!

When you have completed your 5 x 5 grid, or you can’t place your final tile, the game ends. Highest score wins and rules the kingdom!

Bonus!
Kingdomino reinforces focus and attention, maths and visual perception skills. There are additional rules for added challenges, including a 2 player variant.

Print and Play.

Kingdomino Age of Giants Family Board Game

Kingdomino – Age of Giants

£16.99

Watch out! The Giants are charging down the mountains! They too want their share of the kingdoms under construction… and it’s going to cost you!

Kingdomino: Age of Giants is an expansion to the Spiel des Jahres 2017 winner Kingdomino.

What’s in the box?

  • 3D castle
  • A distribution tower
  • Two brown wooden Kings
  • A starting tile
  • 29 dominoes
  • Six “Giant” meeples
  • Score pad

How to play:

This expansion adds dominoes, giant tokens, challenge tiles, and allows a fifth player to join either Kingdomino or Queendomino. You also get a handy tile dispenser!

Dominoes with letters make a giant appear: If you add this tile to your kingdom, you must take a giant meeple and pick a crown for the giant to cover. At the end of the game, a crown covered by a giant does not score.

Dominoes numbered 49 to 54 have footsteps: When you add this tile to your kingdom, you get to banish one of your giants to one of your opponents! They’ll get to pick which crown to cover.

Quests: At the beginning of each game, two of the 17 tiles are randomly drawn and uncovered for all to see. Each tile shows a specific way to score bonus point at the end of a game. The additional rules in Kingdomino won’t apply with these new quests!

Bonus!

A copy of Kingdomino is required to play.

Kingdomino Duel Family Board GameKingdomino Duel Family Board Game

Kingdomino Duel

£12.99

Roll the dice, create your domino and watch your kingdom grow!

Domino by domino fill in your map while entrusting the territories of your kingdom to loyal nobles. Use the power of the wizards to cast spells and strengthen your domain!

In this head to head battle, will you be crowned King?

What’s in the box?

  • Four domino dice
  • 1 double-side scorepad
  • 2 pencils

How to play:

Kingdomino Duel is a completely independent game which preserves the essence of the acclaimed original Kingdomino.

Kingdoms are made up of domains, which are groups of identical coats of arms, connected either horizontally or vertically. Domains score points at the end of the game equal to the number of nobles (crosses) in that domain multiplied by the number of its coats of arms.

Player A rolls all four dice and picks one. Player B gets to choose two, and then Player A takes the remaining die. Your two dice form your domino – now you need to draw it on your kingdom!

Each time a coat of arms without a cross is added to a kingdom, fill in a square in the spellbook corresponding to that symbol. If you’re the first person to fill in a coat of arms, you get to use that wizard power!

As in Kingdomino, you’ll need the nobles to score!

Once you have filled in your grid, or cannot add any more dominos, total up your points. Highest score wins!

Bonus!

Kingdomino Duel reinforces problem solving, visual perception and maths skills.

Panic Diner Family Board Game

Panic Diner

£13.99

Your team has one week to save the reputation of the restaurant! It’s time to panic! In this cooperative game, you must find your customers’ orders amongst those mixed in the
centre of the table.

But don’t forget to wash the dishes! Every day brings a new challenge. Keep your customers happy to win the game!

What’s in the box?

  • 1 game board
  • 1 dishwasher (lid box)
  • 48 dish tokens (double-sided)
  • 15 star tokens
  • 7 trophy tokens
  • 40 customer cards (round)
  • 20 challenge cards (square)
  • 90-second hourglass timer

How to play:

The game is played over 7 rounds. One round corresponds to one day’s work. However, a day at Panic Diner only lasts 90 seconds!

To ensure a successful day, you must manage to collect all of the star tokens that have been placed around the timer. But that’s not all: every day is livened up by an event or a challenge in addition to your main objective. All this is decided by the challenge cards.

Look at the challenge card you have turned over during set up. Turn the timer upside down to start counting and you’re off! Each player flips their customer card face-up. As quickly as possible, find the dishes ordered by your customers.

The game ends after 7 rounds. This marks the end of the week and it’s time to check your restaurant’s reputation.

To find this out, count the number of success trophies you have obtained:

  • 0-3: Close your doors, your restaurant is a disaster!
  • 4-5: Not a bad restaurant, but the service sometimes takes a while.
  • 6-7: Congratulations! You’ve earned all these good reviews.

Bonus!
Panic Diner reinforces cooperation, processing speed, fine motor, and visual perception skills.

There is a variation to make this even more eventful!

Pappy Winchester Family Board GamePappy Winchester Family Board Game

Pappy Winchester

£24.99

Pappy Winchester has kicked the bucket, he was the king of swindlers and everyone knows he was filthy rich!

His final wish was that his descendants would share his fortune and the plots of his ranch. After all, for him the most important thing was that his money stayed in the family!

What’s in the box?

  • 1 game board
  • 110 $1000 bank notes
  • 50 hat tokens in different player colours
  • 43 tokens
  • 30 cards
  • 1 first player token
  • 1 locomotive
  • 1 boat
  • 1 auction in progress token

How to play:

Each turn is carried out in three steps:

  • Bidding on land

Starting with the first player and moving clockwise, you are free to choose one of the following actions:

Bid: either by bidding first or by outbidding the previous player‘s bid by at least $1000.

Pass: if you can no longer participate in the current auction, then you can pass. Bidding continues until all but one of the players have passed.

  • Buying a plot

If you win the action you take possession of the land. You’ll need to pay the other players the correct value first.

  • Checking objectives

If you have completed any of the shared objectives, then you discard that card and take the prize!

Once all 19 plots have been bought, the game ends. If you’re the richest player at the end of the game, you become the new head of the family!

Bonus!

Pappy Winchester reinforces problem solving, maths and social play skills

Q-bitz Family Board GameQ-bitz Family Board Game

Q-bitz

£27.49

Say goodbye to boredom and challenge your mind and each other with this family-fun puzzle game!

Round one is all about speed, round two requires a bit of luck and round three tests brain power!

What’s in the box?

  • 80 Q-bitz cards
  • Four wooden trays
  • Four sets of 16 cubes

How to play:

Round 1

Race to recreate the pattern shown on the card using your set of cubes, rotating the cubes in any way. Shout “Q-bitz” if you’re the first player to make a match! You’ll earn the card for being the fastest.

Round 2

This time you have to roll your cubes like dice to get the right pattern! Once again, speed is of the essence. Fastest wins the card.

Round 3

Final round is all about memory. You have 10 seconds to memorise the card before it is flipped face down. Now race to complete the card.

At the end of the three rounds, if you have the most cards, you’re the winner!

Bonus!

Q-bitz stimulates the brain to use spatial reasoning, visual dexterity and memory skills.

Q-bitz Extreme Family Board Game

Q-bitz Extreme

£24.99

With your Q-bitz Extreme board with 16 cubes, you’ll be racing to match the cards, just like in Q-bitz. However for an added challenges, the patterns are now curved!

You’ll be declared the extreme champion if you have the most cards by the end of the game!

What’s in the box?

  • 80 Q-bitz Extreme cards
  • Four wooden trays
  • Four sets of 16 cubes

How to play:

Round 1

Race to recreate the pattern shown on the card using your set of cubes, rotating the cubes in any way. Shout “Q-bitz Extreme” if you’re the first player to make a match! You’ll earn the card for being the fastest.

Round 2

This time you have to roll your cubes like dice to get the right pattern! Once again, speed is of the essence. Fastest wins the card.

Round 3

Final round is all about memory. You have 10 seconds to memorise the card before it is flipped face down. Now race to complete the card.

Round 4

Turn over top Q-bitz Extreme card. Race to arrange your cubes to replicate the reverse of the image shown on the card!

Play 2 sets of each round – most cards wins and is crowned champion!

Bonus!

Q-bitz Extreme stimulates the brain to use spatial reasoning, visual dexterity and memory skills.

Q-bitz Solo Orange Edition Family Board Game

Q-bitz Solo (Orange Edition)

£8.99

Use Q-bitz Solo as a solitaire challenge or to add another player, a new colour and additional pattern cards to the original Q-bitz game.

What’s in the box?

  • 20 new pattern cards
  • One wooden tray
  • 16 cubes
  • Travel friendly tin

How to play:

Round 1

Turn over the top Q-bitz card. Race to recreate the pattern shown on the card, rotating the cubes in any way, and positioning them in the tray.

Round 2
Turn over the top Q-bitz card. Roll all of the cubes on the table like dice. Using the cubes as rolled (face up), place as many cubes as possible in the tray to recreate the pattern shown on the card. Re-roll all remaining unusable cubes until shapes needed to recreate the pattern are rolled.

Round 3
Turn over the top Q-bitz card. You have 10 seconds to memorise the card. Turn the card facedown and arrange the cubes in the tray to match the card from memory. Try to complete the pattern or get the most cubes in the correct place. If you get stuck, take up to two peeks to help complete the pattern.

How you play is completely up to you! You could even add a timer and record your score see how quickly you can complete each round of play.

Bonus!

Q-bitz Solo stimulates the brain to use spatial reasoning, visual dexterity and memory skills. In a handy travel tin, it is perfect for on the go gaming. Or combine with Q-bitz to hold a five player game!