EVEN BOWSER CAN WIN!

Typically when playing any Super Mario Brothers video game you are rooting for the good guys: two simple but skillful plumbing brothers transported to a Mushroom Kingdom out to save Princess Peach. But with Super Mario Level Up board game, you never know who will be on your team.

This 3D board game assigns each player with a lineup of video game characters that will work to advanced to the highest peak in the Mushroom Kingdom. The higher the position on the game board, the more points each character scores. But winning this game won’t be so simple. Along that way they will gather Power Up cards or “? Block” chips that will create new challenges. Once a character has advanced to the top of the board, players vote to see if the character is the champion or if they are kicked off of the Mushroom Kingdom. It only takes one No vote to get them off the game board. The round ends when the character unanimously voted to stay at the top. Best of three rounds.

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DC Dark Knights Metal Deck-Building Game

Batman has discovered a Dark Multiverse and unleashed evil versions of himself upon our world! The Justice League must band together to defeat Barbatos, The Batman Who Laughs, and their Dark Knights. One Super Hero won’t be enough to overcome these challenges.

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Who hasn’t been there? You’re walking around, having a nice stroll, and all of a sudden… something feels smooshy underfoot. You just stepped in it! Bring the fun home with the official Don’t Step In It Llama Poop Edition Game, which lets kids of all ages enjoy the fun of stepping in real (fake) llama poop. How will you fare in this harrowing adventure? Ages 4 and up, fun for 1 or more players. Includes blindfold, board, and 12 ounces of genuine (fake) Llama Poop.

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