A rickety spire of colourful blocks stands dangerously high in the middle of the table, the centrepiece of a game that seamlessly blends elements of Jenga and Uno with a unique twist.
At its core, Crazy Tower involves players building up a tower of wooden blocks, taking turns to place blocks on a floor card. Players can also create a new level by balancing a floor card on the existing set of blocks.
The team at Catalyst Game Labs have been hard at work with the BattleTech Game of Armored Combat and Games @ PI is proud to be a retail supporter for the launch of the new wave of releases, currently in production after a highly successful Kickstarter.
From now until January 12th, 2020, preorder with us to secure your own set of the upcoming product, including some exclusive Kickstarter limited merchandise.
NOW AVAILABLE 13/12/19
“If a dead man can transmit his visible or tangible image half across the world, or down the stretch of the centuries, how can it be absurd to suppose that deserted houses are full of queer sentient things, or that old graveyards teem with the terrible, unbodied intelligence of generations?”
—H. P. Lovecraft, “The Unnamable”
Delve into the secrets of The House with No Name in A Thousand Shapes of Horror, the second Mythos Pack in The Dream-Eaters cycle for Arkham Horror: The Card Game! After half of your team has seemingly become trapped in the Dreamlands, you decide to force your way into the realm in your physical body instead of traveling there in your sleep. This method comes with plenty of dangers, but it will hopefully prevent you from becoming trapped yourself. But if you wish to enter the Dreamlands, you must first find a key.
Being a mayor is hard. On the one hand,
ULTIMATE POWER! On the other, there are those pesky election promises to grow
your little township into the largest city in the region. Considering your
holdings comprise a single wheat field and a bakery, you’ve got your work cut
out for you.
Machi Koro is a streamlined award-winning
city-building card game from designer Masao Suganuma. In it, you’ll attempt to
take your tiny township from a wheat field and a bakery to a thriving
metropolis complete with four major landmarks – a train station, shopping mall,
amusement park and radio tower.
So, we heard you like RPGs.
We like RPGs too.
You’ll be glad to hear that the Dungeons & Dragons Gift Sets are hitting the shelves once more, along with a stack of Eberron – Rising from the Last War (In both limited edition and regular varieties) for those of you who desire a modern and innovative take on the tried and tested fantasy tropes. If the D20 doesn’t scratch your RPG itch and you seek something more savage, you won’t leave disappointed this holiday season.
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In the meantime, if you require any assistance, our friendly staff are always ready to help you with recommendations and price checks.
-Shane, Games@PI Scribe
The Law of Shipment Attraction™ strikes. Capable of striking fear into any logistician, a carefully planned staggered series of releases can sometimes turn into a veritable flood.
There is a layer of strategy and depth behind the beauty of Azul, the award-winning tile drafting game where players compete to assemble a wall of ceramic tiles.
The first stock of the month has arrived, and it’s a big one, carrying new releases and old favourites alike!