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New Releases: 20.02.2018

Published and filed under New Games

Hitting the shelves: Meeple Circus, Okanagan: Valley of the Lakes, Xi’an, My First Stone Age: The Card Game, DVONN, LYNGK, PÜNCT and Sakura plus expansions for Star Wars: Destiny in the shape of Rivals Draft Set, Black Stars Rise Mythos Pack for Arkham Horror Card Game, Omens of the Pharaoh for Elder Sign, Masks of Nyarlathotep for Eldritch Horror and new expansions for Vast - The Fearsome Foes & The Crystal Caverns – Miniatures Expansion.

New Releases: 20.02.2018

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NEW BOARD & CARD GAMES
Meeple Circus A dexterity game of piling up meeples.

Okanagan: Valley of the Lakes  Arrange tiles to design Canada’s Okanagan Valley and secure its natural resources.

Xi’an Follow the orders of Ying Zheng, the first emperor of China, and construct the Terracotta Army in this worker placement / area control game.

My First Stone Age: The Card Game The card game version of the kid’s Stone Age.

DVONN A two-player abstract game as you aim for the highest stack by game end.

LYNGK More abstract strategy, this time the goal is stacks of five pieces.

PÜNCT You wait for weeks for a decent abstract strategy game and then three arrive at once… this time the ultimate goal is to be the first to connect two opposite sides of the board.

Sakura A second game in recent weeks called Sakura. This one is by Reiner Knizia.


EXPANSIONS
Star Wars: Destiny – Rivals Draft Set

Arkham Horror: The Card Game – Black Stars Rise Mythos Pack

Elder Sign: Omens of the Pharaoh

Eldritch Horror: Masks of Nyarlathotep

Vast: The Fearsome FoesVast: The Crystal Caverns – Miniatures Expansion

Captain Sonar: Foxtrot Map


ACCESSORIES
Twilight Imperium: Fourth Edition – Galactic Gamemat


RE-STOCKS
KemetKemet: Ta-SetiSpirit IslandRaptorFields of ArleXia: Legends of a Drift System

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