What's coming next from Rather Dashing Games!
We gave you a look at this one earlier this week, but we can’t say enough about how much we think
you’re going to enjoy this challenging strategy game. The elements – fire, water, earth and wind – combined with the ability to have two to four players ensure that no two games play the same.
Understanding the subtle yet powerful nature of the four elements is critical to surrounding your opponent and claiming victory.
Each element has unique properties players use to block an opponent’s movement. Feed walls of flames, move raging rivers, raise impenetrable mountain ranges and even bend wind to your command.
Look for this one in December!
Journey back to the golden age of archaeology in the third installment of the Drawn & Quartered series of easy-to-learn, but hard-to-win games!
This Belongs in a Museum builds on the tried and true mechanics of its two successful predecessors Pirates Ninjas, Robots & Zombies and Graveyards, Ghosts & Haunted Houses.
Like those games, This Belongs in a Museum is a dynamic strategic tile-laying game where you play as an archaeologist attempting to create high scoring dig sites and collect valuable artifacts before your opponents do.
Use trucks, ships and airplanes to connect your dig sites to your encampment and move your archaeologist around the play area.
Watch out for the mummy and its point-stealing powers! With a little luck and a lot of strategy, you may be the most daring archaeologist of them all.
This Belongs in a Museum will be out in early 2017.
Sure, we all know that pirates and ninjas don’t get along. But where does a Ninja Pirate fall in that spectrum? Or a Zombie Robot? Or a Robot Ninja? Only you can answer that question in Strange Alliances, our expansion for the hit game Pirates, Ninjas, Robots & Zombies! The expansion pack will be available in early 2017.
Stay tuned for our emails and updates to make sure you don’t miss any of the fun!
Introducing Element, coming soon!
Boardgame Corner loves We Come in Peace!
Mark Streed and Randy White at Boardgame Corner reviewed We Come in Peace and had some awesome things to say, calling our newest game “a great conversation game, people are laughing, having a good time” and “a great way to kick off a game night.” Now that’s good stuff!
Mark liked the game’s give and take, which makes it fun until the very end for all players. “Wow, I can hang on to these missiles and hit everybody. And especially in the later rounds when it becomes amazing. Cause like round 2 and 3 everything ramps up and I love that ramp-up feature. … It’s amazing that a six-player game becomes so engaging!”
And we love Randy’s comment: “There’s five other players I can do dastardly things to.” Sounds like someone who really gets We Come in Peace!
So that’s a little taste, but to get the full picture, you’ll want to see the video!
We Come in Peace aliens revealed!
One by one we’re telling the stories of the aliens from our soon-to-be-released game, We Come in Peace. If you haven’t met them yet, you’ll find that each one has their own…um…interesting background.
Grant and Mike reveal how these aliens came to be the villains that they are and how sometimes their stories intersect. (Admiral Octomantis [left] and Captain Angry Pants come to mind.)
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