Catan Blues

Alliance Game Distributors Gets Exclusive Agreement with Catan License Holder, Asmodee North America

In a move which may increase the amount of tabletop games sold in comic book distribution juggernaut Diamond’s shadow, their affiliated company Alliance Game Distributors, also owned by Diamond’s Steve Geppi, has hammered out an exclusive distribution agreement with Asmodee North America, probably best known as the current Catan license holder in English-speaking countries.

Due to Diamond’s affiliation with Alliance Game Distributors, many comic shops are already hybrid hobby stores, with walls and shelves of tabletop games and role-playing games adding to sales and broadening customer bases.  One can speculate that having established this trade partnership, even more tabletop games will be available in Diamond’s PREVIEWS catalog than there are now.

Regardless of the impact on comic book retailers, the impact on tabletop retailers will be noteworthy, as on August 1st, Alliance Game Distributors will hold the Catan pipeline to North American game retailers.  In terms of support for specialized tabletop game retailers, Alliance Game Distributors will be creating an Asmodee Specialist Team for dedicated service of Asmodee products.  Additionally, AGD has announced “upcoming retailer initiatives to support and grow the market.”

“This is an amazing and transformational deal,” said Christian T. Petersen, CEO of Asmodee North America. “We at Asmodee have long enjoyed a terrific and productive relationship with the great people at Alliance. This deal joins the combined experience of both organizations to craft a communications and distribution infrastructure that we believe will positively affect both retailers and consumers in the hobby games market.”

“We are truly honored to be part of this historic agreement,” said Daniel Hirsch, president of Alliance Game Distributors. “Alliance has enjoyed a very close relationship with the companies that make up Asmodee North America for over 20 years. We are both proud and grateful that Asmodee has placed its trust in us for the stewardship of its brands.”

In addition to the original press release sent out by Alliance Game Distributors, I’ve also posted for the benefit of game retailers and hobbyists the two FAQ sheets with answers from Alliance and Asmodee as regards the transition.

Original press release:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ASMODEE NORTH AMERICA ANNOUNCES EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT WITH ALLIANCE GAME DISTRIBUTORS IN THE U.S.A.

June 1, 2017
Asmodee North America is excited to announce an exclusive distribution partnership with Alliance Game Distributors in the United States.
The multi-year agreement, which goes into effect on August 1st, 2017, is aimed at broadly increasing support for U.S. hobby games retailers. This includes the creation of a large, dedicated Asmodee Specialist Team at Alliance, significant updates to Asmodee’s sales policies, and a number of upcoming retailer initiatives designed to support and grow the market.
More information on updated Asmodee sales policies and details about upcoming retailer initiatives will be made available in late June.
“This is an amazing and transformational deal,” said Christian T. Petersen, CEO of Asmodee North America. “We at Asmodee have long enjoyed a terrific and productive relationship with the great people at Alliance. This deal joins the combined experience of both organizations to craft a communications and distribution infrastructure that we believe will positively affect both retailers and consumers in the hobby games market.”
“We are truly honored to be part of this historic agreement,” said Daniel Hirsch, president of Alliance Game Distributors. “Alliance has enjoyed a very close relationship with the companies that make up Asmodee North America for over 20 years. We are both proud and grateful that Asmodee has placed its trust in us for the stewardship of its brands.”
For additional information related to this announcement, please refer to the Q&A sheet attached hereto.
For sales and business inquires related to this announcement, please contact Brendan Bell, Hobby Market Sales Manager, at bbell@asmodeena.com.
For questions directed to Alliance Games Distributors, please contact Mike Webb, VP of Marketing, Data, and Customer Service, at mew@alliance-games.com.

FAQ sheets:

Hobby Games Retailer Questions to Alliance Regarding the Exclusive Asmodee Distribution Agreement in the U.S.

June 1, 2017 Q: Are there any specific areas we can expect things to improve? A: We are excited to be rolling out a number of new initiatives in the next couple of months that could not have happened in a multi-distributor environment. Please keep an eye out in the Alliance Alert and in ANA communications for upcoming changes – we believe these opportunities will be transformative and will create more value for retailers than ever before.

Q: If I don’t have an account with Alliance, how do I get one? A: To set up an account with Alliance, simply contact Marc Aquino, VP of Sales with Alliance at mla2@alliance-games.com and he will set you up with a Sales Manager to walk you through the process. You can also find our account applications online at http://www.alliancegames.com/Home/11/1/79/1162?articleID=127270

Q: I have some outstanding issues in the past with Alliance. I am concerned about reopening an account – what can I do to make sure things go smoothly? A: Contact Marc Aquino, VP of Sales at mla2@alliance-games.com or Mike Webb, VP of Marketing, Data, and Customer Service at mew@alliance-games.com. We are committed to working with you to clear up any issues on either side to make this transition a smooth and mutually beneficial one.

Q: How will this affect my supply of product? I liked my allocations with my former distributor better on ANA product. A: Although there will no doubt be some future products where demand outstrips supply, we do believe having a single source of the product will help to balance out some issues related to allocation of products. Alliance and ANA will also be sharing data more directly during the pre-solicit and solicit phases of a product, and providing extremely detailed analysis of sales within product lines. This will allow more accurate demand forecasting. In addition, allocation policy can better be coordinated on a product by product basis. Alliance’s history as steward of hobby sales for Days of Wonder and Catan products demonstrated considerable improvement in availability of product lines, and we hope to see many of those benefits accrue again.
Q: Is Alliance going to be able to handle the increased volume this represents? How can I know my orders will still be processed in a timely manner? A: Alliance has already begun hiring and training additional operations staff to handle increased volume. They have also undertaken significant investment in technology in their warehouses to increase the speed and accuracy of orders.

Q: How will the Asmodee Sales Specialists work? Will I have to place orders with 2 different people? A: In short, no – you can place your orders for ANA product with either. Your Alliance Account Representative will be there to help as always with the full range of Alliance products and services. The Asmodee Sales Specialists will have additional training and information on programs that can help your store better promote and sell the full range of ANA products. They will help guide you in growing your sales across the ANA brands, and will get to know your store’s unique needs and how ANA can best meet them. From assisting you with organized play opportunity to helping you gauge demand for new product or ANA lines you might not have carried in the past, they will leverage greater experience and information on Asmodee North America products to your store’s advantage.

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Hobby Games Retailer Questions to Asmodee Regarding the Exclusive Alliance Distribution Agreement in the U.S.

June 1, 2017

Q: Why did Asmodee decide to go exclusive with Alliance in the U.S.? A: It is our goal to provide hobby games retailers with the support and inventory they need to successfully grow their business selling Asmodee’s games. As part of this deal, Alliance will be making a significant investment to enhance our ability to communicate, support, and allocate our products.

Q: When does this go into effect? A: The agreement goes into effect August 1, 2017. Any new releases and restocks of Asmodee products that ship prior to August 1, 2017 will be available to retailers from all our current authorized distributors. Starting on August 1, 2017, all new Asmodee releases and re-stocks will be available exclusively to hobby games retailers through Alliance Game Distributors.

Q: How will this new exclusive arrangement benefit hobby games retailers? A: With this deal, Alliance Game Distributors is building a dedicated team of Asmodee Sales Specialists who will work directly with retailers to help them grow sales by understanding the retailer’s specific needs and providing in-depth product knowledge of ANA products and services. This sales team will also provide greater visibility into stock availability, allocations, and other retailer initiatives, as well as sending retailer feedback to ANA.

Additionally, Asmodee is developing updated sales policies and retailer initiatives that we believe will greatly benefit both retailers and consumers. More information about these changes will be made available towards the end of this month.

Q: How do I open an account with Alliance? A: To set up an account with Alliance Game Distributors, contact Marc Aquino, VP of Sales, at mla2@alliance-games.com. You can also find online applications at http://www.alliance-games.com/.

Q: I have additional questions for Asmodee, who can I contact? A: Please contact Brendan Bell, Asmodee North America’s Hobby Market Sales Manager, at bbell@asmodeena.com.

Q: I have additional questions for Alliance, who can I contact? A: Please contact Mike Webb, VP of Marketing, Data, and Customer Service, at mew@alliancegames.com.

Cross-posted on NerdSpan.com.

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Torres

IDW Games and Huch! Partner for Torres Tabletop Game Global Re-release

IDW Games and Huch! have announced a global re-release for the celebrated abstract tabletop game Torres, the 2000 Spiel des Jahres and Games Magazine Game of the Year winner.  Torres will arrive in a big box format for $49.99 in August of 2017.

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring this amazing Eurogame to market,” says Jerry Bennington, IDW’s VP of New Product Development, “and we are honored to represent such a prestigious title.”

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On boardgamegeek.com, the 1999 version of Torres currently ranks a 7.2 from c.6900 voters, and a thread of 2000 comments, including such threads as “how to win at Torres without getting a headache.”  In BGG.com’s abstract games  listings, Torres ranks very well, at #12 compared to all other abstract games.  In comparison, the classic abstract games Go and Chess currently rank at #6 and #38. respectively.  7.2 is a fairly high ranking on boardgamegeek.com, an aggregate site where the highest rankws product, currently, is at 8.7 (Pandemic Legacy: Season 1).

Torres is described by IDW as:

…the compelling tale of a city in need of hope. Following a massive destruction, the King has entrusted his successors to rebuild the city, one castle at a time, to reclaim its prior majesty. That’s where you must act, as a prince in control of 6 knights, stacking castle pieces on top of one another to rebuild the city. Where you place your knights influences how many victory points you earn for the turn.

Torres presents beautifully on the table. With fully updated art and pieces, Torres comes with over 90 sculpted plastic castle pieces that stack on top of one another, 28 beautiful knight figures, 1 King figure, cards, and more. In terms of gameplay, it has the cut and crunch of a Eurogame, with the beauty and elegance of an abstract.

As thematic as it is strategic, this game will force you to make careful moves with your trusted knights, build towers to not only help you score in the short-term, but to set yourself up for your next consecutive turns. Torres provides players with the opportunity to strategize and think ahead for massive long-term pay-offs.

Pre-orders of Torres can be taken through this link to Amazon:

Torres Board Game

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Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Card Game

Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Card Game Announced by Renegade Game Studios and Oni Press

Renegade Game Studios and Oni Press have announced the summer release of Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Card Game, a two to six player tabletop deck-building game designed by Keith Baker.

“Invite your friends! Throw a pizza party! But don’t get the cards greasy,” said Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan O’Malley.

Scott Pilgrim is an incredibly popular graphic novel series because it is so relatable,” says Renegade President Scott Gaeta. “Renting your first apartment, falling in love, and getting a job are things everyone’s gone through. Keith Baker has done an incredible job recreating these life choices in a deck-building format while incorporating the video game style button-mashing combo moves that we loved in the graphic novel fight scenes.”

Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Card Game

Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Card Game will have a MSRP of $45, run 45-60 minutes per game, and is described as:

…a deckbuilding game that challenges you to grow up and prepare for your finest hour. Players assume the roles of their favorite characters in the Scott Pilgrim universe, each of whom comes with a unique starting deck. Innovative double-sided cards let you decide whether to solve your problems with hard work and empathy, or whether to embrace the unpredictable world of gratuitous video game violence.

Beyond the video-game-style combo moves unique to each character, fans will also appreciate the innovative double-sided cards. Players will be faced to make hard choices about whether to fight or upgrade their life with each card placed into the Plot line. Defeating the Evil Ex and collecting Power-Ups will help players inch their way towards victory.

While pre-orders have not opened, you can bookmark the official Renegade Game Studios page through this hyperlink.

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Random Encounter: Seas of the Sea Chicken Announced by IDW for May

Last year, Board of Life  reviewed Random Encounter: Plains of the Troll King.  While the game mechanics leave little room for players that enjoy strategic tabletop games, we admired its design, and its pluck in capitalizing on the Minecraft nostalgia boom decades before there was a Minecraft nostalgia boom.

Today, IDW announced the May arrival of the first expansion, Random Encounter: Seas of the Sea Chicken, also designed by James Keddie.

IDW describes the new installment as:

Random Encounter: Sea of the Sea Chicken brings 4 new special powers to the Encounter cards. With a black skulled card, you can double the combat strength of any Encounter that card is placed in, which can create an overwhelming advantage. Any Encounter card with a purple skull may flee to another one of your Encounters if the Encounter it is included in is attacked. Salty swashbuckler-scuttled swimwear swept sideways! Or something like that…

Also, while it’s described as an expansion, IDW also notes that it’s a “complete stand-alone product,” although this will not prevent players from combining the two sets into “hilarious off-the-wall land and sea mash ups.”

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Add Batman the Animated Series Dice Game to Your Gaming Utility Belt

November was Nanowrimo, which had most of my free attention, but when I logged into Board of Life to post this BTAS Dice Game news, I realized it’s been over a month since I posted!  I still have a vision for this blog—and apparently, so do you, based on the traffic I still get even when nothing posts (November was my second best month in views and visitors)–so I’ll do my best to resume penning, even if it’s just news to share, like today’s.

From DC Entertainment, Cryptozoic and Steve Jackson Games comes the Batman The Animated Series Dice Game, which arrived today in gaming stores and Hot Topic locations just in time for the holidays.  Or, if you’re not looking for a gift for the Batman collector who has everything, you can add it to your own box of quick games.

If you don’t have a Local Gaming Store or a Hot Topic, you can order this directly through Steve Jackson Games.


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Game description:

The Joker, Catwoman, The Riddler, and Poison Ivy are pulling off elaborate heists to score as much loot as they can carry! Based on the award-winning TV show, Batman: The Animated Series™ Dice Game lets you become a Super-Villain in a press-your-luck game for the whole family. Roll the dice and take advantage of each villain’s diabolical abilities to scheme your way to victory before getting busted by Batman™!

Suggested Retail Price $14.95 * Stock number 131339
UPC 091037863218

Contents
10 custom dice, 4 large tokens, dice cup, and rules.


Batman The Animated Series Dice Game

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Tabletop

Tabletop Season Four Launches With Lanterns Episode

Even if you’re not a tabletop gaming fiend, there’s no doubt that if you have any familiarity with YouTube at all, you’ve come across Wil Wheaton’s excellent show, Tabletop.  If you’re unfamiliar, the premise of the show is that Wil Wheaton and his friends play games, and in so doing provide useful and entertaining game play recap and commentary.  Fans of the show have been waiting for the fourth season to drop for some time, though we haven’t grown beards like those waiting for Winds of Winter.  

The first episode of season four has hit YouTube today, and it covers a relatively new release, Lanterns.  Wheaton has written on his personal blog that Lanterns was “the first game I officially locked into our schedule for this season.  His guests are Ivan Van Norman and Becca Scott from the show Game the Game, which Wheaton blogged today that he considers a “sister show,” and Zac Eubanks of Twitch.

I’ve embedded the video here on NerdSpan for your convenience, or you can hop over to YouTube through this link.

This article was cross posted on NerdSpan.com.

Lanterns The Harvest Festival Board Game

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Hogwarts Battle

USAopoly Announces Harry Potter: Hogwarts Battle Splash Event for 11/12

Participating tabletop game retailers are hosting demos for Harry Potter: Hogwarts Battle on November 12th, in what is being called a “splash event.”  You should be excited about this even if you own the game, as special incentive cards are being given out: Seamus Finnigan and Eye of Rabbit Promo Cards.

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Here is the list of game stores, which I pulled from USAopoly.com.  If your store is not on the list, they can contact USAopoly if they’re interested in participating.

Alabama
Madison – JC’s House of Cards

Arizona
Glendale – Imperial Outpost Games

Arkansas
Fayetteville – Dragon’s Keep Gaming Room

California
Vista – Pair A Dice Games
Westlake Village – Game Ogre

Colorado
Arvada – Black & Read Music, Books and Games
Aurora – Shep’s Games
Aurora – Crit Castle Games
Highlands Ranch – Enchanted Grounds

Connecticut
Danbury – Gamer’s Gambit
Mashantucket – Regency Gaming
Newington – YFN Tabletop Shop
Wallingford – Dragon’s Lair

District of Columbia
Washington – Labyrinth Games & Puzzles

Florida
Davie – The Adventure Game Store
Jacksonville – Cool Stuff Games
Winter Garden – Krum’s World
Clearwater – Emerald City

Georgia
Athens – Tyche’s Games
Flowery Branch – Meeple Madness

Hawaii
Honolulu – The Armchair Adventurer

Idaho
Idaho Falls – Gameopolis
Moscow – Safari Pearl Comics
New Plymouth – Gaming Adventures

Illinois
Batavia – Draxtar Games
Bloomington – Red Raccoon Games
Chicago – Cat and Mouse Games
Chicago – Da Sorce
Crystal Lake – Affinity for Gaming
Quincy – Underdark Comics
Peoria – Just for Fun
DeKalb – The Gaming Goat

Indiana
Bloomington – Common Room Games
Elkhart – Secret Door Games
Fort Wayne – Deck Factory Gaming Center
Goshen – Better World Books
Hobart – Games Inn
Indianapolis – Game Preserve
Indianapolis – Family Time Games
Portage – Lightspeed Hobbies

Iowa
Coralville – Geek City Games and Comics
Iowa City – Critical Hit Games
Sioux City – Games King
Sioux City – ACME Comics & Collectibles

Kansas
Overland Park – TableTop Game & Hobby
Wichita – Hero Complex Games & Entertainment
Wichita – Wizard’s Asylum
Shawnee – The Geekery

Kentucky
Lexington – Legendary Games
Louisville – The Louisville Game Shop
Richmond – Legendary

Louisiana
Lafayette – Sword N Board

Maine
Kennebunk – Make It KPT
Belfast – All About Games

Maryland
Baltimore – Canton Games
Gaithersburg – Play More Games
Rockville – Looking for Games

Massachusetts
Northampton – Modern Myths

Michigan
Garden City – Pandemonium Games and Hobbies (U-Con)
Adrian – Acropolis Games
Brighton – Nerdageddon
Ferndale – The Loaded Die
Grandville – The Gamer’s Wharf
Kentwood – Out of the Box Games
Traverse City – TC War Room
Wayne – Warriors 3 Comics & Games (UCON)
Ypsilanti – Fun 4 All Comics and Games

Minnesota
Minnetonka – Lodestone Coffee & Games
Champlin – Village Games
Roseville – Games by James
Roseville – Fantasy Flight Game Center
South Saint Paul – Level Up Games, Comics, and More
Roseville – Source Comics and Games

Mississippi
Long Beach – Dark Knights Gaming (CoastCon Jr.)
Ridgeland – Van’s Comics, Cards & Games

Missouri
Independence – Game Café
Springfield – Meta-Games Unlimited
St. Louis – The Fantasy Shop – South County
Independence – Game Café (Midwest GameFest)

Nebraska
Bellevue – The Game Shoppe
Lincoln – Hobbytown USA (Pioneer Woods Dr)
Lincoln – Gauntlet Games
Lincoln – Hobbytown USA (Cornhusker Hwy)
Omaha – Sparta Games
Omaha – Spielbound
Omaha – The Game Shoppe
Kearney – Game On Games

New Jersey
Bernardsville – The Bearded Dragon Games
Green Brook – Elite Battlegrounds
Washington – Arcana Toys Games and Hobbies
Woodbridge – The Game Room Store

Nevada
Reno – Games Galore

New York
Hicksville – Game Master Games
Hyde Park – Alterniverse
Pittsford – The Game Gamut
Plainview – Legendary Realms Games
Port Jervis – Haven for Heroes
East Greenbush – Flipside Gaming

North Carolina
Matthews – Your Local Game Store (MACE)
Pineville – Carolina TableTop Games
Richlands – Red Door Games
Durham – Atomic Empire

Ohio
Cincinnati – Arkham House Games
Cleveland Heights – Critical Hit Games
Columbiana – Fantastic Games
Mason – Nostalgia, Ink
Newbury – Diversions Gaming and Hobby
North Olmsted    – Recess
Toledo – Old School Gaming
Reynoldsburg –  Great Games & Clubhouse

Oklahoma
Norman – Loot & XP

Oregon
Gresham – Off The Charts Games
Portland – Guardian Games
Portland – Red Castle Games
Salem – Haven Gaming

Pennsylvania
West Chester – The Games Keep

Rhode Island
Warwick – Toy Vault Games

Tennessee
Hermitage – The Game Cave
Knoxville – Level Up Games & Hobbies
Oak Ridge – Stabler Games & Comics
Knoxville – Hobbytown USA
Madison – Comix City Too!
Murfreesboro – Roll The Dice

Texas
Austin – Wonko’s Toys and Games
Austin – Dragon’s Lair
Austin – Mage’s Sanctum
College Station – Clockwork Games & Events
Fort Worth – Collected Fort Worth
Plano – Valhalla Hobbies & Games
Lockhart – Flash Candy and Toys
San Angelo – The Gathering Place
San Antonio – Tabletop Gaming Center
Pearland – Arkham Comics & Games

Utah
Provo – Dragon’s Keep
Salt Lake City – Demolition Games
St. George – Game Haven
Salt Lake City – Hastur Games & Comics

Virginia
Centreville – The Island Games
Fairfax – Comics & Gaming Fairfax
Leesburg – Leesburg Hobbies & Collectibles
Falls Church – The Compleat Strategist

Washington
Tacoma – Uncle’s Games

Wisconsin
Madison – Pegasus Games
Middleton – I’m Board! Games and Family Fun
Sheboygan – The GameBoard

Wyoming
Laramie – 8 Bytes Game Café


Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle A Cooperative Deck Building Game

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Terra Mystica

Terra Mystica App Announced for 2017

Game developer Digidice announced at Spiel and on Twitter this past week that they are developing an app version of Terra Mystica, to be available in the first quarter of 2017.

 

I’ll be very interested to see how this one plays, as Terra Mystica is a notoriously long game:  one time through can monopolize an entire game night.  My favorite board game apps, unlike my favorite tabletop games, are able to be played in an under ten minute time frame, and I’m wondering if the Terra Mystica app will hit that window.

And if game play is rapid, will it satisfy the same strategy-loving gamers that have currently elevated the game to a fourth place ranking on BGG.com, and to a long list of awards that, when run in a single column, barely fit on my desktop screen?  Perhaps making the game more user friendly may make it small in other ways as well…

Warhammer

Reblog: Fantasy Flight Games Gives Up The Games Workshop License

For those of you with any Warhammer miniature, Wathammer RPG, or Wathammer 40k, background, I’d like to share this great breakdown on the separation of Fantasty Flight Games’ abandonment of their Games Workshop license.

Thank the “Hit Somebody” blog for this informative article.  Also, if there’s any FFG Warhammer product that you’ve been considering buying, his advice, that now is the time to buy before the product becomes prohibitively expensive in the resale market, sounds like sage gamers’ wisdom.

Who do you think will be likely to be the next Games Workshop licensee?  What tabletop game publisher do you think can manage the extensive Warhammer products in their catalog?

http://hitsomebody.com/fantasy-flight-games-and-games-workshop-go-separate-ways/#comment-1974


Here’s a dungeon door to all the Warhammer loot…

One Night Ultimate Alien

One Night Ultimate Alien Kickstarter Over 2000% to Goal in One Day

It’s called One Night Ultimate Alien, but due to its Kickstarter going to 2000% to goal in one day, you could call it One Day Ultimate Alien instead.

If you’re a tabletop gaming enthusiast, you probably already know Bezier Games due to their outstanding catalog of games, which include Castles of Mad King LudwigUltimate Werewolf, and the highly popular One Night series, which includes One Night Ultimate Werewolf, One Night Ultimate Vampire, and One Night Ultimate Daybreak, and of which One Day Ultimate Alien is in the same family.  Additionally, all the One Night games are compatible with each other, so if you already have ONUW or ONUV, look at all the new character cards with which you get to mess around!

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Kickstarter pledges start at $25 to get a copy of the game, and higher pledges get other amazing goodies, including the following:

a One Night Ultimate Compendium with strategies for every role in all four games, card sleeves, a custom KS-only wooden collector’s box, and even these amazing clear role tokens (one for every role token in all four games – shown here are samples of just 3 roles)

 

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Those who already own a One Night game and use its smartphone app will get a laugh out of the first few seconds of the Kickstarter campaign video, which uses the same narrator to riff on the format of the app narration.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tedalspach/one-night-ultimate-alien/widget/video.html

You can find the Kickstarter through this link.

If you’ve never played a One Night game and are really interested by this release, Bezier posted these One Night Ultimate Alien gameplay videos to YouTube:

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One Night Ultimate Werewolf

One Night Ultimate Vampire

One Night Ultimate Vampire

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