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VivaJava: the Coffee Game | dice vs. board game

Develop the perfect blend with VivaJava: the Coffee Game. Hire interns, get grants to research the different types of beans available, and develop the flavor to create a world renown roast. Will you form alliances with other entrepreneurs or pave the path to success on your own!

The Dice Game offers a quick 30 minute game for 1 - 4 players. It incorporates dice and coasters which streamline the choices speeding up the game. It also has options for solo play.

If you like a game with more depth, that still incorporates the social play aspects, the Board Game is for you. It plays in a little over an hour and can accommodate up to 8 players.

Kobold Guide to Dungeon Mastering

Kobold Guide to Dungeon Mastering is a great tool for the novice and experienced Dungeon Master. It comes complete with over twenty essays by some of my favorite Dungeon Masters, including Brooklyn local - Stefan Pokorny. It covers everything from how to make players shine, dealing with TPKs (Total Party Kills), and even tips for long time Dungeon Masters!

Numenera Starter Set

Yes! I have been waiting to get this in! The Numenera Starter Set comes complete with a poster map and an adventure set in the Ninth World. It has 5 pre-generated characters and a set of dice. It even includes XP cards and GM intrusion cards - a Dungeon Master necessity when running the Cypher System. There is even a rules cheat sheet to get you off and running! I can’t wait to run this adventure! I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do.

The Big Book of Madness

Welcome to Wizarding School! It is your first year. Your professors gave you one warning, and of course your curiosity got the best of you. You and your friends snuck into the library searching for off limit spell books hoping to learn something more powerful than conjuring a flickering flame at the tips of your fingers. You stumbled across The Big Book of Madness and as soon as you opened it you let dozens of dreadful creatures out. You must now all work together to turn all the pages of the book and defeat the terrible monsters you just freed.
The Big Book of Madness is a wonderful cooperative game for 2-5 players and takes about an hour to play.

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Scythe Expansions

Scythe is the latest game from Stonemaier Games. It has been so well received that it has been hard to keep this game in stock. These expansions will go quick, so get your copy while supplies last! Invaders from Afar adds two new factions, Albion and Togawa. It also provides the ability to play with up to 6 - 7 players. These new factions come complete with player mats and minis and offer distinct styles of conquering.

The Board Extension slides next to the back side of the standard game board, creating a complete board with 70% bigger hexes (the content is the same). All units and resources in Scythe are kept on the board, so the larger hexes provide more space. The standard game board is 624x818mm, and it grows to 818x939mm with this extension.

Scythe Custom Metal Coins are designed specifically for Scythe by artist Jakub Rozalski. The 80 coins include denominations of $1, $3, $5, $10, and $20.

King of Tokyo / New York Expansions

When you get together a publisher known for easy to learn robust games, like Iello, and one of the greatest game designers of all time, Richard Garfeild, outcomes King of Tokyo and King of New York.
Power Up! Tokyo with all new Evolution cards. These cards allow your monster to evolve, like giving Gigazaur’s Tail Sweep the ability to change one die to a 1 or 2 each turn. It also includes a new monster - Pandakai, a giant panda bear!

Power Up! New York allows you to mix monsters to compete for supremacy over Tokyo. Like Tokyo, New York also introduces new Evolution cards and a new challenger joins the fray - Mega Shark!

Halloween Tokyo comes with six orange & black dice, new Evolution cards, Power cards, and all new Costume cards, plus an exclusive promo card for King of New York. Costumes can be worn by monsters to give them powerful effects, but beware, any monster can rip your costume off with a roll of three claws. If all of this wasn’t awesome enough, Halloween Tokyo also introduces 2 new monsters - Pumpkin Jack and Boogey Woogey!

Tune In Today | Run Silent, Run Deep

This week on Tune In Today, we've got a selection of big games funded by Kickstarter, as well as the return of some old favorites. So strap in, because we're starting right away with a doozy.

NEW GAMES

In the Name of Odin

By the Hammer of Thor! In the Name of Odin, the Jarl has passed with no heir, and as an ambitious Viking, you eye the throne for yourself. In order to earn the favor of Odin and become the new Jarl, you'll need to earn fame by going on raids and recruiting Viking heroes to your side. At its heart, this set-collecting game promises to be fast, full of strategy, and have you reaching for the nearest flagon when its all over.

Vast: The Crystal Caverns

Ever since Bilbo met Smaug, fantasy has had no shortage of slumbering dragons and immense treasure hordes to steal. But in Vast: the Crystal Caverns, you don't just play as the stalwart hero looking to slay the beast; you can also play as the dragon. Or the goblin hordes that live in the cave. Or the cave itself! There are many ways to play, and in the end, there can be only one winner.

Via Nebula

Okay, so imagine you're playing a game of Catan, but the board is covered in Fog of War, and in order to win, you have to clear a path through the mists and gather the resources needed to build buildings across the map. Sounds like fun! Via Nebula is a mash-up of resource management (like Catan), kingdom building (like Lords of Waterdeep), and board strategy (like Mage Knight) that can be played in an hour and is easy to get into.

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Captain Sonar

I saw a demo of Captain Sonar during our last Board Game Social, and I was impressed by just the board! It takes the concept of Battleship and makes it into a team game. Players take on the different roles in two submarines as they stalk each other in a game where you're never quite sure if you're the cat, or the mouse.

The Networks

Returning to the airwaves is khttp://networksgame.tv/, a game about calculated risks and rewards in the cutthroat world of television programming. Made by local designer Gil Hova, it's a game that is definitely ready for prime-time.

The Resistance Expansions

I've played a few games of The Resistance, and come to one conclusion: that I'm a terrible liar. But if you've played more games than me and are looking to add something extra to your play, The Resistance offers three different expansions: Hidden Agenda, The Plot Thickens, and Hostile Intent. Each of these expansions comes with three modules offering different ways to betray your friends. Good luck!

Six Years of Twenty Sided Store

It seems like just yesterday and a lifetime of memories since we opened our doors. We've had celebrities, independent game designers, dedicated game masters, loyal staff, and a relentless community make Twenty Sided Store what it is today. We are proud to have successfully built a haven that feels like home to so many people and continues to bring humanity together. Thanks for the past six years! - Lauren & Luis

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New Games

MTG Duel Deck: Mind vs. Might

The new Magic the Gathering Duel Deck attempts to answer an age-old question: which is better? Wits and Cunning or Brute Strength? Choose your side and dominate the battlefield with barbarian hordes or clever instants and sorceries. Also, Storm is back!!!

Munchkin X-Men

Welcome to Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters! Players work their way to the top of the class by allying with famous mutants like Storm, Cyclops, and Wolverine, joining powerful X-Affiliations, and taking on foes like Sabertooth, Mystique, and Magneto. Climb from Level 1 to Level 10 (it is still Munchkin, after all) and become the next savior of mutantkind!

Smash Up: What Were We Thinking?

For the tenth expansion of Smash Up, AEG decided to get... weird. Four new factions come in the box: Teddybears, Grandmas, Rockstars, and Explorers, oh my!

D&D: Tales from the Yawning Portal

Step up to the bar and hear a story of far-away lands and deadly perils. Tales from the Yawning Portal features adaptations of seven classic D&D dungeons updated to 5th Edition. Whether your an old-school gamer looking to re-live past glory or visiting for the first time, there's always a seat for you at the Yawning Portal. (And yes, it has Tomb of Horrors, and that makes me very happy.)

Designers and Dragons: The '70s

Speaking of classic D&D, this awesome book by Shannon Appelcine chronicles the history of the game companies and designers credited with creating the role-playing game as we know it today. Learn the backstory behind TSR, Chaosium, GDW and many more, and see how the RPG grew from a wargaming off-shoot to the most prominent game genres in the industry. A must-have for any game historian or gamer interested in the old-school.

Netrunner Data Pack: Station One

The second in the Red Sand cycle continues the story of Corps vs. Runners on the red planet, Mars. With resources dwindling, both Runners and Corporations will have to do more with less, and contend with with powerful Clans, whose loyalty can be very fickle at times.

King of Tokyo/New York Monster Pack: Cthulhu

You knew this was coming, but iELLO couldn't release it until the stars were right. The first in a series of Monster Pack expansions to the King of... line brings the Old One of Note into your game, complete with evolutions (if you have the Power Up expansion), cultists, and ways to drive the other monsters insane.

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The Bloody Inn

Welcome back to the Bloody Inn, where times are tough and you'll get rich over your guests' dead bodies. Careful planning and ruthless ambition are what you'll need to stay wealthy and avoid prison.

Jim Henson's Labyrinth

This game has been out of print for a while, but it's finally back. I'm still really impressed by the quality of the minis and the design of the labyrinth itself. Perfect if you're a fan of the movie, or want to live out those Bowie fantasies.

Unpainted D&D Minis

With the new D&D book out, there's no better time to get some minis for the start of a new campaign! We just got a huge restock of Reaper Bones and the excellent new line of unpainted minis from WizKids. Both are pre-primed, ready for custom painting, and perfect for your next tabletop encounter.

Tune In Today | The Game's Afoot!

This Tune in Today will take you from the foggy streets of Victorian London, to the libraries of Miskatonic University, to Sunnyvale and even back to the arcade. Grab your deerstalker hats and your magnifying glasses, because this week at Twenty Sided Store, we have a ton of games to satisfy the sleuth in you.

NEW GAMES

Holmes: Sherlock and Mycroft This two-player game pits the Holmes brothers against each other as they work a case from different angles. Sherlock and Mycroft spend their turns conducting interviews and using the clues gained to gather evidence. Despite the mystery theme, this is a strategy game at heart. Make the right move and take the right cards and you’ll prove yourself the cleverest Holmes in London.

Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective: Jack the Ripper & West End Adventures Consulting Detective: Jack the Ripper & West End Adventures, and the Sherlock Holmes frontrunner for the 2017 Longest Title award, puts 1-2+ players in London and Whitechapel to solve ten new cases. Six of these cases, the West End Adventures are stand-alone and can be played in any order. The other four form a campaign where players chase down and try to stop the Jack the Ripper murders. Complete with new maps, newspapers, and case books, Jack the Ripper & West End Adventures is a stand-alone game perfect for veteran Consulting Detective players and newcomers to the series.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a co-op game where players assume the roles of the Buffy protagonists, moving around the town of Sunnyvale and killing monsters. Each game features three Monster of the Week enemies that the players must defeat before facing off against a Big Bad (final boss). While I’m not a huge fan of the TV show, I do love me a good co-op game, and I can definitely see the influences of some great games here, namely Arkham Horror and Pandemic.

Call of Cthulhu: Keeper Cards The mysteries of the cosmos need be a mystery no longer. Chaosium has unearthed the forbidden knowledge of R’lyeh and presents it to daring Call of Cthulhu Keepers (game masters) in the form of four decks: Curious Characters (NPCs), Phobias, Unfortunate Events, and Weapons and Artifacts. Now you no longer have to know the effects of xanthophobia or how many rounds a .303 Lee Enfield rifle holds. Use these to provide important information to your players, or inspire your next game.

NecronomiCards Keeping the Cthulhu train going is NecronomiCards, a new game from Kickstarter that we just got in store. NecronomiCards is a fast-paced, set-matching game where players must play three sets of eldritch symbols to summon horrible creatures from Lovecraftian and religious lore. Each of the summoned creatures hinders your opponents in some way, making it harder for them to summon their creatures. The first player to summon seven creatures wins the game.

Small World Expansion: River World River World is an expansion for Small World that sets the game on a coastal map. Each turn, in addition to dealing with the other players, you’ll have to contend with the random events that take place in River World, such as bad weather, a harsh winter, or worse, pirates.

New York Slice This is a first for me - a game that looks good enough to eat! New York Slice, an I-Split-You-Choose game with set collection elements, chefs divide up a pie and let players chose which slices they want to take. If you have the most of one type of slice, you score its points at the end of the game. But if your slice has pepperoni on it, you can also choose to eat it now and score points immediately. Just, do yourself a favor and play it after you have dinner.

Dungeons & Dragons: Assault of the Giants Assault of the Giants is the newest D&D Board Game. It follows the story of Storm King’s Thunder. The Ordning is no more, and each of the giant races of the world seek to find themselves atop the giants’ hierarchy. The players take the role of the giant races of Faerun and march across the land, gathering resources, attacking villages (and each other), and pursuing their unique story events to earn Orning Points and win the game. And if you’ve played or read Storm King’s Thunder, you’ll get a kick out of how well the game incorporates the events of the story into play.

Above and Below Above and Below is a game about settlement-building both above and below ground. Above ground, you spend gold to improve your village and attract new villagers. Below ground, you send villagers to explore the caverns and deal with random encounters in a choose-your-adventure book. Whoever manages their village (and the risk) the best wins.

Talisman Expansion: Harbinger In The Harbinger Expansion for Talisman (4th Edition), players have to contend with the coming Apocalypse. “Harbinger” adds four Omen decks into play, as well as the prophetical Harbinger. As the game progresses, encountering the Harbinger may yield good results for the player, or force the player to draw Omen cards, hastening the end of the world (and the game).

The D-Holder There’s no roleplaying game that isn’t improved by a Beholder, and I’m including games like Ryuutama in that. So, Bronx artist and Dungeons & Dragons fan Daniel Burgos created the D-Holder, an homage to everyone’s favorite tyrannical aberration. Each D-Holder is sculpted and cast by hand, and comes unpainted for your own artistic expression.

8-Bit Dice: Space Invaders Give your d6s some added geek cred by replacing the pips with Space Invaders. Oh, the memories….

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Pit Deluxe Pit Deluxe, the classic game of commodities trading is back in stock. Turn your home into the floor of the NYSE as you shout your trades and try to corner the market on your commodities and ring the bell. Added bonus: losing this game won’t tank your 401k.

Tune In Today : Great Games for Kids!

Twenty Sided Store has a massive stock of games to keep your family busy! All of our latest spotlights are kid-friendly and have a wide variety of difficulty levels and learning curves to keep the whole family entertained.

Adventure Time Card Wars

Adventure Time Adventure Time makes its way to competitive card games with Adventure Time Card Wars. Inspired by an episode where Jake convinces Finn to play his favorite card game, the game utilizes two competitive decks where 2 players cast spells and summon creatures to reduce the opponent's hit points to 0. Adventure Time Card Wars is a great gift for any fan of the show, and is rated ages 10+.

NADA!

Nada! Nada! is a simple, fast-paced dice grabbing game. A group of people rolls at least 12 6-sided dice, and quickly searches for matching faces and colors. Nada! is rated ages 7+, but is a unique, exciting game for anyone that can handle the rivalries that are sure to form.

Sushi Draft

Sushi Draft Sushi Draft is a vibrant card drafting game. The goal is to collect as many matching sushi cards as you can, with bonus points for adding variety to your plate! The colorful cards, simple gameplay, and emphasis on numbers and math make this a great fit for young minds.

Brave Rats

Brave Rats Brave Rats is a quick, easy to learn card war game where two factions of rat clans face off. Higher number cards win over lower numbers, but every card has an ability that can quickly change the tide of the game. Brave Rats is very much a game of luck, making it an exciting, quick game for any age.

Ring It!

Ring It! Ring It! is a fast paced card matching game that can host as many as 9 players. Everyone is dealt an upside-down hand, and reveals cards one at a time until a match is made. The first person to notice the matching set must quickly clap and ring the bell to claim their points. Ring It! is rated ages 5+, and the high player count and convenient travel-ready case make it a great fit for the whole family.

Attila

Attila Attila is a new board domination game where two players take the role of Attila the Hun or Roman soldiers. Each player takes turns moving their pieces around a modular, customizable map. After each turn, the player picks a space of earth to scorch so that no piece can land there. Whoever can no longer move any of their pieces loses. This exciting strategy game is rated 7+, but is sure to be fun for all ages.

D&D Rock Paper Wizard

Dungeons & Dragons: Rock, Paper, Wizard Dungeons & Dragons: Rock, Paper, Wizard is essentially Rock, Paper, Scissors, but with fantasy twist that can only come from Dungeons & Dragons. Players take the role of wizards who are facing off in order to claim the most of a dragon's hoard of gold. Several cards with various spells depicting hand gestures are rotated in and out, and players must strategically mimic them in order to set their opponents back and further away from the gold. Rock, Paper, Wizards has somewhat of a learning curve, and is a great fit for anyone who's into serious RPG and fantasy games and is looking for a whimsical twist.

Fluxx

Fluxx Fluxx is a game that's always changing. Each turn, up to 6 players draw a card and then play one from their hand. These games change the very rules of the game, and what might look like a new victory can quickly turn upside-down. A player wins when they have met the requirements of a current "Goal" card. Fluxx is a great party game for all ages, and with a variety of franchise expansions like Regular Show and Monty Python, everyone is sure to find something they love. ((What expansions do we have available? Only the base set?))

Kaboom

Kaboom! Kaboom is a crazy, hectic, build-and-destroy game that has players attempting to construct towers amidst their friends trying to tear them down. Each turn, the "Master Architect" attempts to build as many structures as they can, limited only by time and the matching color and shaped blocks that are required. This is another game that's great for kids (6+), but is sure to be a riot with any crowd.