These family-friendly games are perfect for your July 4th picnic. They’re also solid games that will enhance your game nights year-round. All three games have spill-resistant components and come in their own super-portable pouch!
MÖBI & MÖBI KIDS
Möbi is the ultimate, fast, fun number game. The goal of the game is to make math equations as quickly as possible and connect them in crossword style grids. Be the first to connect all your tiles and you win! Möbi features addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division tiles while Möbi Kids, shown below, has just addition and subtraction tiles. Möbi & Möbi Kids both come in small, portable whale-shaped pouches!
Bananagrams, My First Bananagrams & Bananagrams Party Edition
In this addictive word game, speed wins, not points. You’ll have a bunch of fun as you race to the finish by using all of your letter tiles first! My First BANANAGRAMS utilizes lowercase letters and word-building, combo-letter tiles to help nurture your child’s love for wordplay and word games. The Re-Gifter, The Thief, Switcheroo, Pouch Head…these are just some of the names of the 14 chaos-inducing Party Power tiles in BANANAGRAMS Party edition! BANANAGRAMS games come in small, portable banana-shaped pouches.
Happy Salmon & Happy Salmon: Blue Fish
At 30 seconds to learn and one minute to play, Happy Salmon is the most fun you can have in 60 seconds. 2-6 players. Happy Salmon: Blue Fish is a stand-alone expansion to Happy Salmon that can also be combined with the original Green version to add up to six more players, for a total of 12! Happy Salmon and Happy Salmon: Blue Fish come in small, portable fish-shaped pouches that are perfect to bring along to parties, camp, or just some outdoors fun!
This week’s Games Workshop Preorders feature the Imperial Knights!
These items will released on Saturday 06-09-18.
Imperial Knights: Renegade $195
Standalone boxed game pitting the Imperial Knight Red Might against the Renegade Knight Litany of Destruction. Contains two complete Imperial Knight kits (a Knight Errant/Paladin and a Knight Warden), and a full Galvanic Magnavent scenery piece. Also contains rules for using Imperial and Renegade Knights in games of Warhammer 40,000.
Codex: Imperial Knights $40
Includes the background, history and origins of the Imperial Knights.12 datasheets and points values for all units covering the Imperial Knights range.9 Household Traditions; 29 Stratagems; Warlord Traits; Heirlooms of the Noble Houses; Freeblade Qualities and Burdens; Tactical Objectives.
Datacards: Imperial Knights $15
79-card set – handy in-game reference cards. Stratagems, Tactical Objectives, Freeblade Qualities and Freeblade Burdens are included.
Knight Castellan $170
Multi-part plastic kit. A new type of Imperial Knight – taller and wider, with even more weapons! Specializes in long-range artillery fire. Includes an Imperial Knights transfer sheet. Supplied with a Citadel 170x105mm Oval base.
Knight Valiant $170
Armiger Helverins $75
Multi-part plastic kit. 2 complete Knights miniatures, designed to accompany the larger variants. Includes Armiger transfer sheet. Supplied with 2 Citadel 100mm Round bases.
Datasheet Cards: Imperial Knights $15
Card set. A set of 11 large-format datasheets covering the Imperial Knights range. 2 sheets of tokens tracking skills and Warlord Traits.
Imperial Knights Battle Gauge $12.50
A steel measuring device themed to match your Imperial Knights. 5 vertices of varying lengths help determine distances in combat.
Sacristan Forgeshrine $40
Multi-part plastic kit. A detailed scenery piece that confers advantages to Imperial Knights, complete with included rules. Compatible with the entire Sector Mechanicus range.
Imperial Knight Dice $20
A set of 20 16mm Imperial Knights-themed dice. Designed with square edges, the pips perfectly flush with the surfaces on each face. Each features a skull in place of the 1 and an Imperial Knights icon in the place of the 6.
Preorder in-person at Jupiter Games or by calling (607) 729-5910.
Get your preorder in before we close on Sunday and save 10%!
This will be a four-week Sealed league. Each week will run from Monday to Sunday. Entry will be $15 per player and the League will begin on Monday, January 23rd, 2017.
For the first week, your pool will be the three booster packs you receive when you enter the event – two Aether Revolt and one Kaladesh. After the first week, you may buy and add one additional Aether Revolt booster pack to your league pool per week. You may also, at any time, buy and add one additional Aether Revolt booster pack for every three losses.
You may play at any time you’d like during each week (Monday -> Sunday). You may play as many or as few matches as you’d like each week. You may play against any other player participating in the League.
You will report your matches each week to Jupiter Games. Matches for the week before must be reported no later than Wednesday in order to be entered for the Weekly Playmat Drawing.
Achievements & Prizes:
Each week, every player who reported matches for the week before will be entered into a drawing for a free playmat!
You may also earn one entry into our End-of-League Prize Raffle for each of these achievements:
Invention Monger: Control 10+ Artifacts at one time
Rebel Rallier: Control 10+ Creatures at one time
Underdog Victory: Won at Exactly 1 Life
Placebo Effect: Lost at 30+ Life
Stop Hitting Yourself: Swung for Lethal with Opponent’s creatures (your creatures can attack at the same time)
Got There: Use a Planeswalker’s Ultimate Ability
We Get It, You’re a Blue Mage: Counter More Than one spell in a turn
Ancestral Schmansestral: Draw more than four cards in one turn
Burn, Baby, Burn: Deal 10+ Damage with spells in a game
Overkill Is It’s Own Reward: Reduce an opponent from above 0 to -10 in a single attack step or spell
Narrow Escape: Prevent 10+ Damage in one turn
We’re Going to Need A Bigger Die: Have 10+ counters on one permanent
Greatness, At Any Cost: Pay 2+ life as a cost In one turn
Get A Life: Gain 8+ life in one turn
Topdeck Mode: End four turns in a row with 0 cards in hand
I Drink Your Milkshake: Cast two spells an opponent owns
On Ramp: Have 15 mana in your pool in one phase
Ook: Win with 0 cards left in library
Mass Destruction: Destroy 5+ permanents in a turn (combat damage counts!)
Yo Dawg I Heard You Like Crewing: Crew a vehicle with a vehicle that was crewed By a vehicle
Carpool Lane: Crew a vehicle with 3+ creatures
Pilot’s License: Attack or block with two flying vehicles in one phase
Power Company: Have 10+ energy in one phase
The Perfect Storm: Cast 5+ spells in one turn
High Tide: Untap a permanent three times in one turn
You’ll receive a handy Achievement Tracking sheet when you sign up!
Plus, at the end of the league, each of these League Total Achievements will award one bonus Prize Pack:
Most Matches Played
Most Opponents Played
Sportsmanship (end of league vote)
But that’s not all, there also a Special BONUS PRIZE:
In early April each League Participant will receive a foil double-sided Gremlin/Energy Token!
This 2-8 player game has the players take a new role from 8 characters each turn that they hire in order to get gold or build their buildings. The game ends with a player erecting their eighth building. Players will start with a number of building cards in the hand. The player starts with two or more gold (depending on what buildings they have) and can construct one building, and these building costs gold depends on what the number of symbols is on the card. Each building is worth a certain number of points, and the player with the most points by the end wins! This box contains 27 player cards and tokens, 84 district cards, 5 ability tokens, 1 plastic crown, 6 reference cards, 30 gold plastic tokens, and 1 rule book. The Cool Part: With changing characters each turn, it makes the game have a bit of strategy.
The 2016 variant of Citadels is a reprint of Citadels Classic with the exception that 2016 version includes eight characters cards from the original Citadels, ten from the Dark City expansion, and nine new ones along with thirty unique building districts, and the rulebook includes six preset lists of characters and districts. The Cool Part: New Characters and Districts!
Android: Netrunner: Martial Law
It is time for the US government to intervene! Martial Law is the fifth Data Pack in the Flashpoint Cycle for Android: Netrunner, and it advances how deeply New Angeles has plunged into chaos. Starting with two new neutral currents, one each for Runner and Corp, the expansion will include sixty new cards (three copies each of twenty different cards).
Warmachine Menoth Guardian/Indictor Heavy Warjack & Hordes Trollblood Madrak Great Chieftain Warlock
Join this space crew flying through space on an important mission while one of the crew members is infected with a dangerous parasitic organism! One of the crew memories sabotages the ships engine during the time of infection thus making all the crew members and the parasite on a crash course to Earth to infect its inhabitants! Players take turns and roll a die. The possibilities of the die include damaging another player, healing themselves, looking at a crew affiliation card, or even scanning a player’s diagnostic card, but if you roll an engine power up, you hasten the ship’s arrival to Earth. Once arriving on Earth, players vote on which character, if there is any left, to be ejected from the air lock. The box contains a rule book, 21 dice, 1 dice bag, 29 cards, and 17 health tokens! This is only 20 minute game, so it passes the time if you need a game for that.
Pandemic: Iberia Limited Edition
Welcome to the Iberian Peninsula! You can take on the roles of a nurse, railwayman, rural doctor, sailor, and more to find the cures to historical illnesses that we around during the 1840’s. This Pandemic game comes with two variants: Patient flow (the cubes, representing patients, will tend to flock to hospitals to try to get cured. Hospitals also are a bit more powerful) and Historical illnesses (instead of being generic, each illness has a specific power to better represent what it is like Malaria, Cholera, or Yellow Fever.) The Cool Part: There is some historical interests that you can discover during the game like the construction of the first railroad on the Iberian Peninsula.
Warhammer 40K Codex Supplement: Traitor Legions
This is a supplement to Codex: Chaos Space Marines, with additional datasheets and options for the original Chaos Space Marine Legions, the 10,000 year old veterans of the Horus Heresy itself!
Warhammer 40K & Age of Sigmar Battleforce Boxes
Round out your collection with these Battleforce Boxes, twice as large as Start Collecting boxes and designed to avoid overlap. We have Space Wolves, Deathwatch, Adeptus Mechanicus, and Tau for Warhammer 40k, and Ironjawz, Khorne Bloodbound, Sylvaneth, and Stormcast Eternals for Age of Sigmar!