Fantasy Flight Games Announces Age of War

Fantasy Flight Games Announces Age of War

Fantasy Flight Games has announce a new 2 to 6 player dice game, called Age of War. It’s said to be fast-paced, and set in a feudal Japan. The well-known Reiner Knizia is the designer behind Age of War.

Excerpt from FantasyFlightGames.com:

In this game, you and your fellow players take on the roles of rival daimyos, competing to vanquish your opponents and unite all of Japan under one banner. To unite the clans, you must conquer their castles and secure their loyalty, but the other daimyos are mustering armies as well. Will you gain renown with every victory, or become just another forgotten warlord? Find out in Age of War!

More information on Age of War can be found on the Fantasy Flight Games Website.

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From Joel: “I’m a huge fan of both FFG and Dice Games in general. Excited to grab a copy of this!”

How to Play King of Tokyo

How to Play King of Tokyo

Welcome to BiT’s first installation of How to Play. We’re excited to present King of Tokyo, a game that transforms your everyday board gamer into an apocalyptic creature bent on total domination . Players battle as gargantuan monsters in a struggle to overtake the city of Tokyo to either earn victory points or crush the competition with enough force to be the last monster standing.  King of Tokyo is a 2-6 player game with an average playthrough time of 30 min. making the game a quick and easy favorite to introduce to your Yahtzee-throwing friends. There’s only one thing to do when you’re a 30,000 ton megamonster…FIGHT! Continue reading →

King of Tokyo In the Box

King of Tokyo In the Box

Here’s pictures of everything that comes in the King of Tokyo Box!

The Box Itself

King of Tokyo Box - Board in Toledo
Absolutely awesome art work!


Instructions

Instruction on How to Play King of Tokyo - Board in Toledo
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Game Board

King of Tokyo Game Board
Will you take control of Tokyo?


The Monsters

All of the monsters you can choose from in King of Tokyo
Kraken, Meka Dragon, The King, Cyber Bunny, Alienoid, and Gigazaur.


Gigazaur & Kraken

King of Tokyo Game Board
Gigazaur & Kraken


Meka Dragon & Cyber Bunny

King of Tokyo Game Board
Meka Dragon & Cyber Bunny


The King & Alienoid

King of Tokyo Game Board
The King & Alienoid


Special Counters

King of Tokyo Game Board
Counters given as result of Special Cards, such as Poison Spit and Shrink Ray


Energy Cubes

King of Tokyo Game Board
No, you can’t eat them


The Dice – Part 1

King of Tokyo Game Board
1, 2, 3, Attack, Heal and Energy


The Dice – Part 2

King of Tokyo Game Board
Special Cards allow you to roll extra dice. These are those dice.


Special Cards

King of Tokyo Game Board
Buy with Energy Cubes. Our personal favorite? Complete Destruction.