Ares Games presenterar sina nykomlingar Warriors of Middle Earth, Last Friday, Behind the Throne och Dungeon Time.

Warriors of Middle Earth expanderar War of the Ring med Ents, Dead Men of Dunharrow, Great Eagles of the Misty Mountains, Corsairs of Umbar, Wild Hilmen from Dunland och Giant Spiders, som det tidigare bara fanns eventkort för. Release i augusti i år.

  • 48 Plastic Figures
  • 2 Special Action Dice
  • 40 Faction Cards
  • 12 Call to Battle Cards
  • 9 Event Cards
  • 1 Treebeard Character Card
  • 6 Faction Reference Cards
  • 2 Dice Reference Sheets

Last Friday är ett en-mot-alla-spel som man törs gissa är starkt inspirerat av Fredagen den 13:e och andra slasher-filmer.

Number of Players: 2-6
Length: 45+
Age: 13+

  • 1 rulebook
  • 1 game board
  • 1 foldable maniac tracking screen
  • 15 camper cards
  • 7 wooden pawns
  • 65 cardboard tiles and tokens
  • 30 yellow transparent plastic tokens

Behind the Throne är en snabb maktkamp för 2-4, som man kanske även här törs gissa är starkt inspirerat av en annan titel som de inte fått licensen till?
Number of Players: 2-4
Length: 30+
Age: 8+

  • 1 rulebook
  • 1 game board
  • 1 foldable maniac tracking screen
  • 15 camper cards
  • 7 wooden pawns
  • 65 cardboard tiles and tokens
  • 30 yellow transparent plastic tokens

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Dungeon Time är en kommande Kickstarter för ett samarbetsspel i realtid, som kickstartas igång den 29:e juni.

In Dungeon Time, a real-time cooperative card game, you will enter a fantasy realm with only five minutes to complete your missions. Find the equipment, get the mission — while frantically trying to beat the clock and avoid being over-burdened by your equipment – and level up to higher challenges if you do!

In more detail, players play and draw cards, with each card showing either an item or a mission. Players call to one another for the items needed to fulfill missions; everybody plays their items on the stack, then you can play your mission on the stack and it will be fulfilled… Easy, isn’t it? Except you have only five minutes to go through the whole deck, and each item played at the wrong time will burden your backpack, and risk bringing you one step closer to failure…