King of Tokyo and its sequel King of New York are dice based board games released in 2011 and 2014 by IELLO. We’ve recently reviewed both games, along with several of the expansions. We decided to produce this quick reference guide to the products to assist players with the purchases, so they can see what each expansion is, the score we gave it and which products it will work with. King of Tokyo (KoT) (1st Edition – 2011) Review – 8/10 King of Tokyo is a dice board game suitable for all ages. It allows up to six players to battle it out with a monster, fighting over Tokyo. Each turn players have to decide between collecting vitory points, damaging other monsters, healing their own monster, or saving up and buying special upgrade cards, all decided by the roll of the dice. Can be used with: The Monsters from KoT 1st Edition can be used in KoT 2nd Edition and KoNY. King of Tokyo (KoT) (2nd Edition – 2016) Review – 9/10 The 2nd Edition changes two monsters … [Read more...] about The TechRaptor Guide to King of Tokyo / King of New York
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The Cthulhu Monster Pack is playable with both King of New York and King of Tokyo but does require one of them to play. Check out our King of New York review here and our King of Tokyo 2nd Edition review here. The monster pack contains the Cthulhu monster board and figure, and also the evolution cards for both King of New York and King of Tokyo. One of the evolution cards, which is extremely thematic, is “Dread Tentacles”, it works the same in KoT and KoNY and allows you to put a madness token on monsters you damage. Maness tokens reduce the flexibility of your opponents roll and doesn’t allow them to re-roll dice up to the amount of madness tokens they have. For example, if a monster has 3 madness tokens, the player will first roll three dice first that can’t be re-rolled, then the last three dice as normal. The Cthulhu Monster Pack adds a new building to King of New York and a new unit to King of Tokyo and King of New York. In King of Tokyo, if after … [Read more...] about Cthulhu Monster Pack Review – King of New York / King of Tokyo Expansion
Destiny 2’s Warmind expansion hasn’t even been out for a week yet, but a dedicated group of redditors has already cracked one of its most obscure puzzles: a cryptic pattern of symbols found in the chamber of Rasputin, the ancient superweapon that Warmind centers around. Redditors combined forces and worked out each element of the puzzle, sharing information on a thread on r/raidsecrets. The puzzle is a sequence of symbols that are arranged around a broken circle and terminating with a final node in the center. Each element, they found, provides another clue in decrypting the puzzle’s message. They found each one pointed to a different hidden puzzle on Mars, such as a bank of servers near Ana Bray that emits a Morse code message when you examine an audio log. The whole decryption process has been catalogued in this thread if you’re inclined to read it, and it’s a fascinating example of the power of crowd-sourced sleuthing. By combining the clues in each … [Read more...] about Destiny 2 Warmind puzzle leads Redditors to a mountain in New York state
The King Kong Monster Pack is playable with both King of New York and King of Tokyo but does require one of them to play. Check out our King of New York review here, and check back next month for our updated King of Tokyo review. The monster pack contains the King Kong monster board and figure, and also the evolution cards for both King of New York and King of Tokyo. One of the evolution cards, which is extremely thematic, is “It was beauty who killed the beast,” which brings into play a double sided card that gives King Kong an extra dice roll each turn if he has the card. However, if King Kong is dealt damage, the card is flipped over and given to the player who damaged him, and is only returned when King Kong damages that player in return. While this doesn’t have a huge affect on the game, it is very in-keeping with Kong and adds a lot of fun into the game. 3 of the 8 available evolution cards for King Kong. The white bordered cards are for King of Tokyo, the black … [Read more...] about King Kong Monster Pack Review – King of New York / King of Tokyo Expansion
The King of New York Power Up! expansion requires King of New York to play. Check out our King of New York review if you want to know more. If you already have King of New York, read on. The King of New York Power Up! expansion adds a new monster, Mega Shark to your King Of New York games. It also adds a missing component from the core game, adding a unique feel to each playable monster. In the core King of New York game, the monsters are only differentiated by their looks in the cardboard figure you use to represent your monster in-game. Power Up! adds a set of eight evolution cards for each monster. The evolution cards give each monster a unique evolution ability that can be played at any time, unless specified by the card. You gain one card at the start of the game and more if you roll three hearts during your turn. This makes each monster feel and play slightly differently, which has a huge impact on selecting your monster and also encourages you to play different monsters to try … [Read more...] about King of New York Power Up! Review – Evolve Your Monster!