Pegasus Spiele sends connoisseur game fans on a fantastic journey with five new releases. The worker placement hit Everdell is expanded to include the Mistwood, in Welcome to New Las Vegas casinos and hotels are on the agenda and in After Us we head into a deserted future. The world of Djinn is full of ghosts and that of Cat in the Box is full of (theoretically) colorful cats.
Whether dark forests, glittering cities or magical springs, Pegasus Spiele delivers a colorful selection of new connoisseur games for every taste, including After Us. The game for up to six people ages ten and up requires clever card management.
Beautifully designed by artist Vincent Dutrait, the post-apocalypse game written by Florian Sirieix is set in a future in which humanity no longer exists and where great apes fight for survival instead. To do this, the players build their deck of primates, place them strategically and collect as many resources as possible in order to score points and secure victory among overgrown ruins.
Benjamin Schwers Djinn On the other hand, up to four players aged twelve and over become members of an ancient magic guild who protect a special source. However, it is threatened by evil beings Djinn.
The aim of this Eurogame from Pegasus Spiele publishing partner Hall Games is to use several interlocking mechanics to capture the pests in bottles and render them harmless. This requires good planning, expanding your own magical potential and careful resource management.
Welcome to Las Vegas!
In Welcome to New Las Vegas by Benoit Turpin and Alexis Allard, human civilization is still in full swing. In the predecessor of the long-running Flip&Write hit, suburbs were built and the moon was settled, now things are really getting to the city! Dazzling casinos and luxury hotels place front yard pools and terraced houses in their glaring shadows and invite tourists to linger - ideally as many as possible so that their own metropolis becomes the most successful and, above all, the most lucrative among those with up to six players aged ten and over .
Everdell: Mistwood by Chrissy Peske, James A. Wilson and Rob Bell does not have evil spirits, but rather nefarious spiders. The villainous Phantomia appears in the expansion for the popular worker placement game everdell appears as an automated player and makes life particularly difficult for one or two players when she sends her eight-legged brood out of the gloomy Mistwood. Like the already released extensions for everdell also offers Everdell: Mistwood a wealth of fresh challenges and opportunities for fans and newcomers alike. Things can get incredibly tricky in the end Cat in the Box by Muneyuki Yokouchi.
In the style of Schrödinger's famous cat, none of the numbered playing cards initially have a color. Only when the game is played do the two to five players aged ten and over decide the color in order to achieve a previously predicted number of tricks at the end. The trick: No combination of number and card can appear twice, which quickly leads to intense and fun headaches at the gaming table. The second edition of Cat in the Box is expected to be available from mid-January.
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