Imperial Assault is a strategy board game of tactical combat and missions for two to five players, offering two distinct games of battle and adventure in the Star Wars™ universe!
The campaign game pits the limitless troops and resources of the Galactic Empire against a crack team of elite Rebel operatives as they strive to break the Empire’s hold on the galaxy, while the skirmish game invites you and a friend to muster strike teams and battle head-to-head over conflicting objectives.
Bargain Quest is a 2-6 player competitive board game where you and your friends take on the role of an item shop in an adventuring town that's under attack by monsters.
And where there are monsters, there will always a party of heroic adventurers to save the day! Ah, but here's the rub: these heroes don't have any equipment! Not only that, but they also have way too much money!
So now It's up to you and your friends to solve both of these problems!
Power Rangers: Heroes of the Grid gives each player the chance to take the role of a Power Ranger, the heroes of Angel Grove who defend the earth against the evil Rita Repulsa and her nefarious minions. Each Ranger comes with a unique combat deck representing their special skills and fighting style. From the Red Ranger's leadership karate skills, to the Yellow Ranger's Sabertooth ferocity, to the Blue Ranger's tactical mind, each ranger brings a unique set of skills to the table. You need to use your powers well if you intend to save Angel Grove!
DOOM: The Board Game is strategy board game of tactical combat for two to five players, based on Bethesda and id Software’s video game of the same name. Featuring two distinct player roles, the game brings the epic battle between elite marines and Hell’s most threatening monsters to the tabletop.
In Game of Thrones™: The Trivia Game, you use your knowledge of the hit HBO® series to compete for the Iron Throne. Two to four players can battle as individuals, or you can band together into warring teams. Each question you answer correctly about the hit TV series brings you closer to controlling one of the key locations in Westeros. The player or team who controls the most locations at the end of the game wins.
Reviewed on Slashfilm: "Designer Jonathan Ying has taken the most tired of board game concepts, the pop culture knowledge challenge, and injected it with flavor and sophistication."
Nickelodeon Splat Attack
Nickelodeon’s Splat Attack!
Nickelodeon’s Splat Attack! is a fast and frantic food fighting board game for 2 to 4 players, Featuring characters from SpongeBob Squarepants, Invader Zim, Hey Arnold!, and Rugrats!
In Splat Attack, players will take control of a team of 4 characters, grab a hand of food cards, and load up their team with Cool Points. Cool Points range in value from 0 to 3 points, and can be stolen from your characters when they get hit with food! However, additional Cool Points can be collected by reaching key locations on the game board.
When hit with food, splat tokens must be placed on the defending character. Placing these tokens strategically will be key to your success, as your character’s grid space is limited. Once a character’s grid is fill, the character is splatted and out of the game!
Speed is Sonic's game, and in Sonic the Hedgehog dice rush, you and up to three of your friends are in a real-time race to build the best Sonic the Hedgehog level. Each of you simultaneously roll your dice and match the results with cards featuring sections from a classic 2D Sonic level. Act quick though as certain sections will score you extra points, while others cost you! fast-paced dice game! based on the best-selling video game franchise! collectible tin packaging!
Warhammer 40k: Forbidden Stars
The shifting Warp Storms that surround the long lost Herakon Cluster have finally abated, leaving the ancient treasures and planets within this sector open to the rest of the galaxy. Now, the great factions of the galaxy mobilize their fleets and race to establish a foothold. The reward for successful domination surpasses all other concerns, and the price for conquering this sector will be paid in lives.
The Undead army was first seen after dark, the soldiers' and knights' fleshless bones glowing in the moonlight, the banshee's shriek echoing throughout the countryside. Peasants screamed and hid in their homes, and even the Citadel Guards found their knees trembling as they watched the stream of armed skeletons flowing towards the city. How could they defeat an army of creatures who were already dead?