Weekly Newsletter 05/10/2018
Friday, 5 October 2018 | Russ
Welcome to our weekly newsletter!
I told you last week we were heading to the first Tabletop Gaming Live show at Alexandra Palace in London, we're back now and you
can read about our experience at https://www.theboardgamehut.co.uk/news/our-experience-at-the-first-tabletop-gaming-live-at-alexandra-palace.html
Next week's new arrivals follow below and are available to order now...
Heaven & Ale
You have been assigned to lead an ancient monastery and its brewery. Now it's your time to brew the best beer under God's blue sky!
The fine art of brewing beer demands your best timing. In order to get the best results of your production, you have to provide your cloister's garden with fertile resources and the right number of monks helping with the harvest — but keep your brewmaster in mind as he is ready and eager to refine each and every one of your barrels!
In Heaven & Ale, you have to overcome the harsh competition of your fellow players. There is a fine balance between upgrading your cloister's garden and harvesting the resources you need to fill your barrels. Only those who manage to keep a cool head are able to win the race for the best beer!
Asking for Trobils
Asking for Trobils is a worker-placement boardgame where the player is trying their best to rid the star system of Trobils (space pests). You play a Trobil Hunter - flinging the space vermin into the star, and dealing with unsavory folk just to get the job done.
Players start with one ship, placing it at various locations to gather resources that will allow you to trap Trobils. But just one ship may not be enough, so you can fly through a wormhole to create two or even three ships to help you gather resources.
You can make connections to gain more resources or hang around the local Riffraff. Send pirates, bounty hunters, or gangsters out to make areas rougher for your opponents, or enhance locations for everyone by sending out traders and courtesans.
For every Trobil card you capture, you gain victory points. The player with the most points at the end wins
Catch the Moon
All you need in Catch the Moon are a few skillfully placed ladders, a good sense of balance, and a touch of imagination. The moon waits impatiently for your arrival, but she's a sensitive lady and the smallest mistake can make her cry. The right mix of skill and luck will help you become the most agile dreamer...
Onitama : Sensei's Path Expansion
The Onitama: Sensei's Path expansion consists of sixteen new movement cards that can be shuffled together with those of the Onitama base game in order to have more variety during play.
A relatively quiet week next week, but do keep an eye out on the website, we will be adding another lot of preorders early next week
including Heroes of Terrinoth, The Estate, The Grizzled : Armistice Expansion, Potion Explosion 2nd Edition and more...
Best Wishes, Russ & Kelly