A TINY QUEST CALLS FOR TINY ITEMS

Tiny Epic Quest is the classic story of a fairy tale world overrun by evil and in need of heroes… that’s where you come in! In this competitive game, each player controls a band of three heroes and will travel a vast world fighting goblins, learning spells, completing quests and acquiring powerful magic items. The top-down world map, day/night phase to each round, personal adventure logs to track health, power, and progress, are all reminiscent of our favorite classic RPG adventures. But the best part is… loot! As your characters acquire swords, shields, bows, bombs, lanterns, and all the other classic questing items, your meeples will actually be able to hold these things, thanks to the introduction of ITEMeeples, the world’s first multi-item-holding meeples!

All the Tiny Epic games have a few thing in common. They all play in 30-45 minutes. They’re all high-strategy. They’re all designed by Scott Almes, developed by Michael Coe, and published by Gamelyn Games. They all come with everything you need to play. And they all come in a little 7″ x 4 3/4″ x 1 1/2″ box. You can fit a half a dozen of them into the same space a normal board game box takes up on your shelf. If you live in a dorm room, tiny house, or a studio apartment, this is the way to have lots of games without taking up all your valuable mac & cheese pantry space.

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Mickey The True Original Chess Set

For a mouse who’s 90 years old, Mickey is still pretty spry. He just goes on whistling as he drives his steamboat down the river without a care in the world. He just want to spread that special joy and nostalgia that only he can bring to the table. The kind of joy that makes you want to crush your opponent at chess.

Batman: The Animated Series – Gotham City Under Siege

Batman: The Animated Series was a game changer in terms of both storytelling and artistic direction. So it only seems fitting that IDW Games should give it an epic board game, befitting its status. Say hello to Gotham City Under Siege.

Fallout: Wasteland Warfare Two Player Starter Set

Some of us here at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ haven’t been able to play Fallout since good ol’ top-down FO1 and FO2 because of stupid motion sickness. And while we’re waiting for our pre-ordered Citroen glasses from Boarding Ring to ship (yes, we are that geeky), it’d be nice to be able to have our faces eaten by super mutants just like the rest of our friends.