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The premise of King of Tokyo is gloriously simple: You are kaiju monsters. You have come to stomp Tokyo. You wanted to have the town to yourself, so now you will beat up on your fellow giants until one of you is crowned king.
On each player's turn, they will roll the six special dice. In true Yatzhee fashion, you get two chances to re-roll, and you can choose to keep some of your dice before you re-roll. Some of the sides score you victory points, and the first player to end their turn with 20 victory points wins the game. But that assumes you can survive that long, as the effect of the other dice sides let you clobber your opponents, jostle for control of Tokyo, or give you energy you can use to buy power cards that give you special abilities, or reward you for wrecking different areas of the city. It builds on the familiar "three rolls" game play you've grown up on without getting overly complex, and the cards and action just ooze theme. What the video below to learn how to play, and pick up your own copy today.
Hello folks! We're here to announce and show you guy how excited we are to show you the NEW Magic: The gathering set coming out on Friday October 5th. Recently we just hosted at our store a few different events over the recent weekend-Midnight Pre-release, a Saturday sealed draft and a Sunday sealed Two-headed Giant.Each [...]
We use this glue for so many things and it's safe enough for youngsters to work with!Give it a try, why don't you?This non-toxic glue dries crystal clear. It's the glue of choice for joining virtually all materials together.For model railroaders, it is great for gluing model trees and standing figures to your layout. It [...]
How to Select a Modified Motor for your Ride-On VehicleSelecting the right motors for your ride-on is based on how much voltage you're going to put into them and whether you are looking for more torque for tall grass, hills, and demo derbies, or more speed.Most ride-ons use 550 motors. That refers to the physical [...]
So you're going to change the tires on your Kid's Power Wheels but you've just spent the last 15 minutes scratching your head trying to figure out how to get the wheel off. Here's how it's done:1. Most cars have a small cap at the center of the wheel which hides the cap nut. That [...]
Everyone loves trains, who doesn't. Hobbymasters has over 20 years experience of building custom train layouts for customers. We customize the layout to your specifications no matter how big, small, or complicated the layout idea. So lets first talk about all the scales of trains and a layout ideas to see which size fits the [...]