We’re still in the COVID-19 Phase One recovery stage, but while retail is shut, something squamous this way comes.
The Arkham Horror: Blood of Baalshandor novella releases today, featuring Dexter Drake, a brand new investigator – as well as the cards to have ‘Drake the Great’ join your table in games of Arkham Horror.
This is great, because the novella is coming in lockstep with the mythos pack Weaver of the Cosmos, also releasing today. Stay one step ahead of the Outer God Atlach-Nacha as it weaves more and more of the Dreamlands into its web or risk losing everything you hold dear as the rapacious arachnid binds everything tightly in The Great Web.
Up to the challenge? Then why not grab both to qualify for Free Local delivery?
Taros, or T’ros to the T’au occupiers, is a regularly fought over desert mining world. Open warfare broke out on the planet after T’au forces ambushed an Avenging Sons Adeptus Astartes retribution force and occupied the planet.
Take to the skies with the T’au Air Caste as they face down Imperial retribution and go face to face with the Imperium of Man’s Imperial Navy and Astra Militarum pilots, featuring brand new air-frame for Imperial players and the introduction of the T’au as a faction to the aerial battles of Aeronautica Imperialis.
While we can’t take orders through the webstore yet, you can as always drop our web team an email at firstname.lastname@example.org today for Games Workshop products and we’ll get you set up as soon as stock arrives!
Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner That I love London so Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner That I think of her wherever I go I get a funny feeling inside of me Just walking up and down Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner That I love London town.
Ticket to Ride: London is a new entry in designer Alan R. Moon’s Ticket to Ride family of games and it carries all the pedigree of its bigger brothers, distilled down into a nippy fast playing form.
Designed to convey the strategy and depth of Ticket to Ride, while keeping playing time down to a half hour or less, Ticket to Ride: London (and her half-sister Ticket to Ride: New York), in a departure from traditional Ticket to Ride, take place in a single condensed city map. In Ticket to Ride: London, this is obviously the titular City of London, giving you a chance to ride the buses and see the sights.
TLDR: Ticket to Ride: London is a streamlined two-to-four player Ticket to Ride experience that keeps all the charm of a full game, distilled down to into a smaller, faster and lighter experience. A worthy buy both if you’ve never played Ticket to Ride before or if you seriously like the game but want a faster more concise experience. Also has adorable London buses as tokens.
As we’re only going into Phase One of the loosening of Circuit Breaker measures, it’s going to be some time before you can pop by the store to pick up your loot. Don’t worry though – Games @ PI has you covered with a special promotion just for you.
As the header clearly states, we moved the webstore. For those of you who want to just make the leap over and start exploring right away, you can follow the link HERE.
Something we’ve mentioned in previous announcements was how the previous webstore interface was sort of struggling to keep up with our range of product… In the end, we opted to bite the bullet and made a leap.
On top of all the other titles we’ve added to the mix, there are two new game releases in the store: Abandon All Artichokes, a light vegetable theme card game of dumping unwanted Artichokes and Curios, an economically themed game of tomb raiding for profit.
More than a month ago, the Games @ PI Team rolled out the Games @ PI webstore interface to keep the games flowing while we remained separated during the Circuit Breaker period.
As we slowly inch towards a return to regular business however, the webstore team has an eye on the future.
For those of you asking, the current webstore isn’t going to go away yet – at least not immediately (and you can always still reach out to us at email@example.com for requests). The plan is to keep it up and running until we can work out the little details of our expansion.
If you’re looking to stock up on instant noodles of the edible variety, unfortunately, we can’t help you.
On the other hand, what we do have is Ramen Fury, a fast and furious game of instant noodles, ingredient hoarding and sabotage and you can pick up your own copy from the Games @ PI webstore!
And here to tell you more about it with an in-depth review is Wesley!
– Kenneth, Games @ PI Manager
TLDR: Ramen Fury is a light 30 minute card game for 2 to 5 players. Players attempt to draft ingredient cards to add to bowls of ramen to score points. However, ingredients can also be used to sabotage other players dishes by mixing in unwanted flavours to their recipes or outright stolen using spoon tokens, lending the game a ‘take-that’ element! Fast and easy to learn, Ramen Fury is a great game for players who enjoy strategy games with an added ‘sabo’ flavour.
The Games @ PI team has never been one to look at board games as a disposable product. A good board or card game can hit the table multiple times, resulting hours of fun for all involved.
Of course, each time you do this, you risk cards getting scratched, torn or dirty.
This is where plastic card sleeves come in.
The Games @ PI webstore already carries a range of Fantasy Flight Supply sleeves. Sure, there will be oddballs like Spot It!, whose round cards outright defy sleeving and odd shapes like French Tarot cards, but for the most part, you can already protect the cards of most card games – The webstore team is already planning a range expansion to cater to to the remaining cards, so keep an eye out for that. In the meantime, if you need sleeves not listed on the website, you can drop an email to the webstore team at firstname.lastname@example.org and the crew will do their best to get you sorted.
In the meantime, here’s a handy reference list for the necessary number of packs of sleeves you’ll need to protect the games currently available through our webstore.
Mennara is a world of magic, mystery, and adventure. In the deep places beneath the earth lurk terrifying monsters and foul villains, conspiring to plunge the land into shadow. Fortunately, Mennara is also a world of heroes. Heroes clever of mind, strong of sword arm, and stout of heart. Heroes in many shapes and sizes, unlikely heroes of many races and creeds and from many walks of life. Heroes like you…
In a socially distanced world, Descent: Journeys in the Dark brings swashbuckling fantasy adventure and dungeon crawling back to your tabletop. At a time where getting the gang together for a weekly session might prove somewhat difficult, you can find an amazing solo or small group experience right out of the box – even without a DM.
After all, if you’re going to be trapped somewhere for the Circuit Breaker, why not imagine up a dungeon?
TLDR: Descent: Journeys in the Dark is a 2 to 5 player board game dungeon crawler which can be played head to head with one player controlling the monsters, or as a 1 to 4 player cooperative campaign experience with a free app automating the running of scenarios. It seeks to provide a boxed board game take on the whole Role-Playing Game Dungeon Crawl experience.