Friday, June 19, 2009

Board Games

In addition to the plentiful book (and music...and movie) selection at Green Apple, we also have quite an array of board games and puzzles. Here are four board games which I think you might enjoy!

Munchkin is a card game which harps pretty hard on roleplaying games. All you've gotta do is kill monsters and grab magic items! This is a fast-playing, silly game which will have all participants laughing in no time (utlize this laughter by stealing their stuff while they're giggling). For 3-6 players, $24.95

For all of the cat lovers out there, comes The Crazy Cat Lady Game! The goal: to collect the most cats when the first Crazy Cat Lady returns home after running her daily errands. On her journey she might visit the Pet Store, do some grocery shopping or visit the Animal Shelter, but no matter where she goes, she's always looking for more cats! For up to four players, $19.95

Pentago is one of my recent discoveries and upon it's arrival in my life, one of my favorite games. It's a fast and fun strategy game which is simple, yet sophisticated. The goal of the game is to create a row of five marbles in any direction, but the mind twsting part is that you will also twist one of the four game blocks as part of your move. This creates a constantly changing game. For two players, $27.95

The Last Night on Earth is not for the faint of heart. It's a fast-paced game of brain-eating Zombies, small town Heroes and horror movie action. Players take on the role of either the Heroes, working together to make it through the night; or the Zombies, unending waves of undead spreading over the town like a plague. Featuring a modular board and multiple different scenarios that drastically change the course of the game, Last Night on Earth is designed to create a cinematic feel as the story and game unfold. So put down that popcorn, grab your shotgun, and hide your brain...The Zombies are coming and this could be your Last Night on Earth! For 2-6 players, $49.95

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