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King of New York

IDR 750.000
PRODUCT INFORMATION

2–6 Players

40 Min Playing Time

Age: 10+


King of New York is a standalone game from designer Richard Garfield that keeps the core ideas of King of Tokyo while introducing new ways to play. As in KoT, your goal is to be the first monster to collect 20 victory points (VPs) or to be the last monster standing. On your turn, you roll six dice up to three times, then carry out the actions on those dice. Claws cause damage to other monsters, hearts heal damage to yourself, and energy is stored up so that you can purchase power cards that provide unique effects not available to anyone else.


What's new in King of New York is that you can now try to become a star in the big city; more specifically, you can achieve "Fame", which nets you VPs, but superstar status is fleeting, so enjoy your time in the spotlight.


The game board for King of New York is larger than in KoT with each monster occupying a district in the city and everyone trying to shine in Manhattan. When you attack, you can displace a monster in another district, whether to escape military forces or to find new smashing opportunities. Yes, smashing because you can now destroy buildings and get bonuses for doing so, but the more destruction you cause, the more intense the military response.


The monsters from King of New York can be used in KoT and vice versa, but the power cards are specific to this game.


Part of the King of Tokyo series.


Legendary Forests

IDR 390.000

Legendary Forests is a multiplayer solitaire game akin to Take it Easy! or Karuba as each player has an identical set of tiles and plays the same tile at the same time to their own tableau — but where each player places each tile may differ...


In more detail, each player creates their own world by connecting the landscapes on their tiles. Each player starts the game with the same starting tile in play. One player, the "Leader", shuffles their tiles face down, then removes five tiles from play without looking at them. On a turn, the Leader reveals the next tile, calls out the number on it, then everyone places that same tile somewhere in their landscape, with the adjacent edges of each pair of tiles needing to match.


When the Leader draws a tile with a red number, everyone places their piece, then starting with the player who holds the God piece (initially the Leader), everyone draws a monument tile from the center of the playing area and places it on an area in their landscape. Monuments come in three colors (while the landscapes have areas in four colors), and you use only two monuments of a color for each player in the game. After placing monuments, pass the God piece clockwise to the next player.


The game ends after everyone has placed their twenty tiles, then players score points based on the areas where they have monuments. Each non-purple edge of a tile has a half-circle on it; when two such edges are placed together, the owner of those tiles has created a "cookie" in that area. To score, you look at each area where you have a monument. If you have no half-circles in this area — that is, the area is completely enclosed — then you score 2 points for each cookie in that area. If you have any unconnected half-circles in this area, you instead score 1 point per cookie. Whoever has the most points wins!

King of New York - Power Up

IDR 30.000

2–6 Players

40 Min Playing Time

Age: 10+


With King of New York: Power Up!, Captain Fish, Sheriff, and their fellow monsters now have two unique sets of evolution cards (112 cards total) for both King of New York and King of Tokyo — and a new challenger joins them: Mega Shark!


With this expansion, rolling 3 hearts (not necessarily on the same turn) allows you to draw a card and access violent new powers. What's more, fans of King of Tokyo: Power Up! can now mix monsters from both games to compete for supremacy over Tokyo with evolution cards.


Part of the King of Tokyo series.

King of New York

IDR 750.000

2–6 Players

40 Min Playing Time

Age: 10+


King of New York is a standalone game from designer Richard Garfield that keeps the core ideas of King of Tokyo while introducing new ways to play. As in KoT, your goal is to be the first monster to collect 20 victory points (VPs) or to be the last monster standing. On your turn, you roll six dice up to three times, then carry out the actions on those dice. Claws cause damage to other monsters, hearts heal damage to yourself, and energy is stored up so that you can purchase power cards that provide unique effects not available to anyone else.


What's new in King of New York is that you can now try to become a star in the big city; more specifically, you can achieve "Fame", which nets you VPs, but superstar status is fleeting, so enjoy your time in the spotlight.


The game board for King of New York is larger than in KoT with each monster occupying a district in the city and everyone trying to shine in Manhattan. When you attack, you can displace a monster in another district, whether to escape military forces or to find new smashing opportunities. Yes, smashing because you can now destroy buildings and get bonuses for doing so, but the more destruction you cause, the more intense the military response.


The monsters from King of New York can be used in KoT and vice versa, but the power cards are specific to this game.


Part of the King of Tokyo series.

Break the Code

IDR 240.000

2–4 Players

15 Min Playing Time

Age: 10+


Break the Code is a logical deduction game played with number tiles and question cards. You win if you can guess all of your opponent's tiles in a two-player game or if you can guess the face-down tiles in the center for a three- or four-player game. Put on your thinking cap!


Place all of the number tiles face down and shuffle them. Place your game screen in front of you, then randomly take your tiles. Place them face up behind your screen in numerically ascending order starting from the left. If you have two tiles with the same number, place the black tile on the left. Once you have placed your tiles, removed any unused number tiles from the game. Lastly, shuffle the question cards and place them in a pile face down. Draw the top six cards from the pile and place them in the center of the table.


Deduce all of your opponent's tiles (or the center tiles) and correctly guess their colors and numbers in order from left to right

Ishtar: Gardens of Babylon

IDR 560.000

From the award-winning designer Bruno Cathala, Ishtar is a game in which you play the role of a gardener aiming to transform the dry desert into the Lost Hanging Gardens of Babylon. To accomplish your mission, you will have to plant flowers, which, if you place them well, can help you gather precious gems and activate actions. Whether to buy Trees (which will block the link between two Flower spots, as well as earning you points) or to purchase upgrades (such as getting two more points per Tree card at the end of the game), collecting gems will be a crucial part of the game. Get them before your opponents, recruit apprentices, send them to earn points in the copses of flowers you have created, block others and think carefully of the upgrades to purchase if you want to become the best gardener at the end of the game!

Little Town

IDR 330.000

In Little Town, you lead a team of architects and must dispatch workers to the town, collect resources and money, build buildings, and develop this little town.


In the game, which lasts four rounds, you can acquire resources such as wood, stones, fish, and wheat from the surrounding squares by putting workers on the board, with three workers being placed each round. When you place a worker, you acquire the resources available in all

The Legend of Cherry Tree

IDR 300.000

The Legend of Cherry Tree

King of Tokyo Monster Pack: King Kong

IDR 170.000

He is not happy! King Kong is ready to conquer the Empire State Building and Tokyo Tower to find his love. Will you dare cross his path, or worse, capture his beloved?


The King Kong Monster Pack adds new elements to two games: Tokyo Tower for King of Tokyo and the Empire State Building for King of New York!


Evolution cards let you play King of Tokyo and King of New York with supercharged monsters! King Kong's Evolutions work like the Evolutions in King of Tokyo: Power Up! and King of New York: Power Up! To play with King Kong's Evolutions, you need the Power Up! expansion for whichever base game you have.


One of King Kong's Evolutions introduces the Beauty card, which has two sides that have different effects according to which monster owns the card.

Sticky Chameleons

IDR 280.000

Playing with sticky tongues has never been more fun than what you'll find in Sticky Chameleons!


Each player has a long sticky "tongue", and the table is covered with six types of insect tiles in six colors, along with a few fly tokens. To start a round, someone rolls the two dice, one showing a color, the other an insect, then everyone rushes to "grab" the appropriately colored insect tile by slapping it with their tongue. Tiles will go flying! The round doesn't end until someone removes the tile from their tongue and holds the tile in their hand. This player scores a point, then you do it all again. Whoever scores the predetermined number of points first wins!

Ninja Taisen

IDR 230.000

"2 Players

20 Min Playing Time

Age: 8+


Ninja Taisen is a two-player, dice-driven open information abstract game with a random set-up. Both players have identical sets of ten fighters, with three fighters in each of three colors with values 1–3 along with a tri-colored boss valued at 4; these fighters are placed in small stacks of varying size onto a line that's eleven steps long. On a player's turn, he rolls the three colored dice and can make up to three moves accordingly, with the blue die moving a blue fighter, etc. Moving a fighter that has other fighters on top of him moves these other fighters as well.


If, as a result of movement, his fighter (or stack of fighters) encounters an enemy, a fight between the two top cards in each stack occurs, the result of which is decided primarily by the color (via a rock-paper-scissors mechanism) and secondarily by the number (highest wins). If the boss wins a fight, its power is reduced by the enemy's power for the remainder of the current fight; if two fighters draw, they both retreat one step toward their own village, possibly precipitating other fights on the same turn. The fight continues until either pile is depleted.


The first player to either defeat all of the opposing fighters or reach the end of the line (and clear out the opponent's fighters in his village) wins.