I can’t believe the Knights Kingdom trading card game has not been mentioned.
Yo for 160 American dollars you can buy Forgebane, a Warhammer 40k boxed set that contains two major factions, the Necrons(spooky scary metal skeletons) and Mechanicus(cyborg bois with big robots). Its a really good time to get into the game, because they have a similarly priced box, Dark Imperium, that contains the Death Guard(really sick plague guys) and the Primaris Space Marines(tall as heck not sick Death Guard). The rules are simpler, and each box has fantastic models.
I'd love to, but I do only play Gravekeepers...sorry...
I guess you can sort of see it as a board game, but it's kind of a stretch...
That being said, D&D is amazing, so...
Or you can purchase the Age of Sigmar starter set which comes with tall golden boys, a golden boy riding a lizard, flying golden boys, and a bunch of really red metal dudes with an obsession over blood. And it’s only $130 American dollars.
Ok let's be real here only one of these three boxes has deadly laser guns. All have ridiculous melee weapons
But only one will reveal your devotion to Sigmar.
Digimon card is lowkey really good. Still in my digimon phase
On the official packages for the game it says board game, unless it was for something else that was released by Wizards of the Coast.
Spicy uno anyone?
You don't know what UNO is?
No, I know what UNO is, I'm wondering what this "Spicy" version entails.
I think it’s just an adjective
It’s uno with a few extra rules. It’s great. Nobody but youth groups play it though
I've competitively been playing a game called Star Wars Imperial Assault for 3 years. It's a grid-based game based on taking on the Galactic Empire as a squad of Rebels. The competition lies in the skirmish game mode, where two armies face eachother. I mostly play a Jabba's Entourage like list.I also made my own card game called Bunkibinibo!! (yes the exclamation points are just part of the name). Have you ever wanted to fight a house that floats between the fibres of reality as a bean god? Well you can.It's possible I can make digital cards and post them online for people to print out at some point.
oh man..... I play WAY to many. From Axis and Allies, to card games like Keyforge and PCTG
One of my favorite card games is also the one I've seen talked about the least: It's called "1000 Blank White Cards." Has anyone else here heard of it?
Also, while I haven't played it yet(and I don't even think it's out yet,) the card game "Muffin Time" looks fun.
Sounds vaguely familiar.
Basically, it’s more a ruleset than a game. You make the cards as part of the game(with certain guidelines), and then play against other players using the deck you made out of index cards.
That sounds kinda neat. How does it keep things equal? And how much does it cost?