Check out this week’s new arrivals at Jupiter Games!

Board/Card Games

Flip Ships

A cooperative dexterity game where players take on the roles of brave pilots defending their planet from an onslaught of firepower. Flip your ships to take out the encroaching enemies, and to take down the powerful mother ship before it’s too late!


Push your luck against the deck and try to lock in as many sets of cards as you can before you are abruptly shocked by a natural disaster… Ugh! Each turn you can flip over up to three cards, all of which are good options for your set. But lookout, if you’re feeling too confident, you might get hit hard with the Ugh card!

Arkham Horror LCG: The Path to Carcosa (Deluxe Expansion)

This expansion has two scenarios to kick off The Path to Carcosa campaign with a trip to the Ward Theatre and an invitation to the formal dinner party, but with every answer, you gain and every clue you uncover, you only find yourself falling deeper into mystery and madness. Along with its new scenarios and encounter cards, The Path to Carcosa introduces six new investigators and sixty-two player cards (including a complete playset of each).

Star Wars Destiny: Empire at War

Emulate the chaos found in the Star Wars galaxy during its darkest times with themes that disrupt your opponent’s board and decimate their best-laid plans! These 160 brand- new cards will focus on taking core concepts of Star Wars: Destiny and throwing them into disarray. Empire at War brings the thrilling action of Star Wars Rebels to the tabletop.

(Games below this will be available as of 9/15)

That’s a Question

Which would you miss more if it ceased to exist: Mountains or Pizza? That’s a question! In this party game, players take on the roles of squirrels climbing a mountain. As they climb, they ask each other questions. Because, you know, that’s just what squirrels do. Why squirrels? That’s a question! On your turn, you choose a player to answer a personal question that you pose from the cards in your hand. Then, everyone else has to guess that players answer. Trickier questions lead to more wrong guesses, which score more points for you!


A hilarious game for ages 8+ involving something we humans do every day: Talk! Race to be the first player to say a word that starts with the same letter as the image on a card. The more races you win, the more points you get.

Happy Salmon: Blue Fish

Play with six more players, for a total of 12! At 30 seconds to learn and one minute to play, it is the most legal fun you can have in 60 seconds. This game comes with a pouch that is perfect to bring along to parties, camp, or just some outdoors fun!

Roleplaying Games

D&D Marvelous Miniatures

Comes with highly-detailed figures, primed and ready to paint out-of-the-box. This week’s arrivals are

  • Minotaur
  • Dwarf Female Fighter
  • Elf Male Wizard
  • Dwarf Male Cleric
  • Human Female Druid


Call of Cthulhu for Beginning Readers

The iconic Lovecraft story, The Call of Cthulhu, is now a children’s book! This fantastic 102-page adaptation was written and illustrated by R.J. Ivankovic.


(Everything here will be available as of 9/16)

Codex: Death Guard

A wealth of background and rules – the 104-page hardback definitive book for Death Guard collectors.

Datacards: Death Guard

This set of 60 cards – each featuring artwork on the reverse – is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of any Death Guard gamer. Included:

  • 7 psychic power cards – 6 from the Contagion psychic discipline, along with Smite.
  • 14 Death Guard Stratagems available to any Battle-forged Death Guard army as found in Codex: Death Guard, along with 3 Stratagems.
  • 36 Tactical Objectives, including the 6 Death Guard specific Objectives from Codex: Death Guard.

Mortarion, Daemon Primarch of the Death Guard (Nurgle)

What better leader for a Death Guard army that a Daemon Primarch? Mortarion is packed with appropriately grotesque detail that’ll be sure to stand out in your collection. This plague-ridden giant can scythe down swathes of infantry with Silence, or even slay an Imperial Knight in a single round of combat. Even standing close to Mortarion can be deadly, as units succumb to an unstoppable tide of mortal wounds from the Death Lord.