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This Week's New Releases!

This Week's New Releases!

Goblins!: Labyrinth Exp

1 - 5 | 30 minutes | £25

When you open the box you will find five beautifully sculpted miniatures and 5 cards that can be added into the deck to change the Labyrinth game. A goblin on the game board cannot be travelled past unless they are defeated adding a new set of choices whenever you decide which way to go, don’t let yourself be hemmed in!


 

Star Wars: Destiny Two-Player Game

2 | 30 minutes | £30

Take control of your favourite Star Wars characters and decide the fate of the galaxy! Upgrade your heroes and villains with iconic blasters, lightsabers, Force powers, and more. Use premium dice and cards in a fast and furious duel to defeat your foe! This product contains all the dice, cards and tokens needed for two players to start playing the game.


 

D&D Arcane Spellbook Cards

£18

This deck of spell cards are an invaluable resource for any magic-user. Consult the entire deck when selecting new spells to learn, and after a long rest you can set aside those spells you want to prepare for the day. Each deck is made from thick laminated card so they will stand the test of time.

Containing both the original 231 cards as well as the 22 add on archtype cards for a total of 253 cards!


 

Owlbear Dice Bag

£14

It's the Owlbear! Don't be scared. Go and give it a nice, big hug!

This comfy pouch, sized to fit dice and/or other small accessories, is made of soft plush material. A heavy duty zippered pouch on the inside is perfect for gaming dice, tokens or anything else! The Owlbear comes with a carabiner style attachable hook for storage on the go! (Dice not included)

 


Seikatsu

1 - 4 | 15 - 30 minutes | £40

In Seikatsu, players take turns placing tiles into a shared garden area, with each tile showing a colored flower and colored bird. Players score for groups of birds as they place them, but they score for rows of flowers only at the end of the game and only for the rows of flowers that exist from their perspective, i.e., that are viewable as lines from where they sit at the game board.


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