Game Summary
Each player starts with his or her own basic 10-card deck and draws a hand of 5 cards each turn. Power is the currency you will use to buy new, stronger cards to add to your deck. The goal of a deck-building game is to craft your personal deck into a well-oiled machine. There are five different types of cards that can be acquired: Villains, Heroes, Equipment, Super Powers, and Locations.

A large, central stack of cards supplies a five-card “Line-Up” from which players make their purchases. Each player will always have five face-up cards to choose from each turn, so every turn there are new options and surprises.

When a player has amassed enough Power, he or she may defeat the current Super-Villain. When a Super-Villain is defeated, a new one appears and makes an Attack against each player in the game! Players can defend themselves with Defense cards like The Batsuit, Super Speed, Bulletproof, or several others. In the end, the player who has accumulated the most Victory Points from the cards in his or her deck wins the game.

Dungeons & Dragons Tomb of Annihilation

You ever had a gaming group where nobody wants to be the DM? Usually we’re good at taking turns amongst the group members who are good at it, but sometimes it happens. Everybody wants to play. That’s the sort of situation when having a D&D Adventure System Game comes in handy.

Codenames – Disney Family Edition

To infinity, and beyond! Curiouser and curiouser. Just keep swimming, just keep swimming. Hi, ho, hi, ho, it’s off to work we go! For almost a century, Disney has brought us countless movies, characters, and settings that are forever memorable.

Star Wars BB-8 Edition Bop It! Game

It’s the popular electronic Bop It! game that kids love, but with a “twist!” The Bop It! Star Wars BB-8 Edition game unit is designed to look like the Star Wars character BB-8. It features real BB-8 sound effects from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.