Players: 2–5 • Ages: 10+ • Play time: 15–30 min.
This strategy game uses an automatic-resource-growth mechanic. Recruit a host of creatures from simple goblins to terrifying dragons, and assign each one a role in your kingdom. Some will gather resources and explore the surrounding area, while others will join your army to attack the human kingdom and the other players. Collect treasure chests, and become the richest and most powerful evil lord of all time!
- 5 Castle boards
- 25 Place cards
- 76 Creature cards
- 50 Treasure Chest tokens
- 1 Bonus tokens reserve
- 45 Bonus tokens
- 1 Resource tokens reserve
- 60 Tokens with food, symbols and barrels
- 1 Dice
Players: 2–4 • Ages: 8+
Go back in time to the prehistoric era of Kingdomino! Kingdomino Origins plays similarly to the original game but introduces new components for additional actions and new ways to score points. Regions in your territory will earn you points if they contain fire. Fire is either part of your terrains or earned by adding dominoes with volcanoes. There are three game modes to play:. The first one introduces fire and volcanoes; the second mode uses wooden resources; and the third one features cavemen tokens. You will earn points by collecting resources and additional points when you have the majority of a type of resources. These resources allow you to bring cavemen to your territory, and each type of caveman has its own way to give you points based on their position.
Players: 2–4 • Ages: 10+
Neoville is looking for architects to build a city that is a combination of human habitation and the natural world. Are you up to the challenge? Position tiles strategically to build skyscrapers and utilities in your 4×4 city. Skyscrapers will be worth harmony points at the end of the game based on their value and district size. Utilities will be worth harmony points when their position in the city fits their own requirements. However, skyscrapers or utilities that do not meet their requirements will count as negative points! Who will design the most harmonious city with nature?