New in store 20 Jan 23

Torpedo Dice

An epic underwater battle has erupted between enemy submarines. Torpedoes are launching left and right, targeting each submarine’s vital systems. Be the first player to destroy your enemy’s submarine by carefully drafting dice and modifying your shots — but if you run out of spare torpedoes, you will lose this battle!

Torpedo Dice is an interactive roll & write game where the numbers on the dice don’t matter, but the pips do! Players draft dice to fire torpedoes at their enemy’s submarine, trying to destroy its vital systems such as the engine or propeller. Shots are fired in the formation of the pips shown on the chosen die. Be the first to destroy your opponent’s submarine to win!

You can improve your shot by using the systems shown on your own ship’s dashboard to modify your die. Add or remove pips, align your shot, flip your die, or clone another player’s die to maximize damage to your enemy while minimizing the number of lost torpedoes — if you waste too many spare torpedoes, your ship will sink and you will lose!

This game includes rules in English, French, and Spanish.

Recon Mission

In this 2-player “search and write” game, you are a soldier conducting reconnaissance to map out your enemy’s base. Gather intel one square at a time and use logic to complete the map before your enemy does. Power up your jammer at the right times to slow them down!

Recon Mission’s gameplay is a cross between Battleship and Minesweeper, with a defensive element of jamming signals. At the start of the game, players draw six different structures on their own base map. Then they take turns calling out squares on the enemy map. The other player indicates whether this square is confirmed as part of a structure, a number from 0-8 indicating how many surrounding squares are part of a structure, or “jammed” (meaning they don’t want you to know).

This game includes rules in English and Japanese, as well as a low-ink version.

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