Ninja dice is a fun little game that I’ve already reviewed. It’s compact, made from sturdy components and easy to teach. This make it a great game to travel with, we take it on the road and fairly often to restaurants. The Location Cards is an expansion to the game; let’s see what it’s about…
Everyone loves Ninjas, except Pirates, Pirates hate them. Also other Ninjas don’t like Ninjas that are from another Dojo. They are always trying to 1 up each other to prove that their Dojo is the best. So to determine once and for all which Dojo is the best they have arranged a contest. The Dojo that accumulates the most wealth is the winner. It’s a no holds barred contest, with Ninjas stealing from each other while they are trying to steal from wealthy houses.
I don’t know if I should call Rory’s Story Cubes a game or a creativity tool. Its good fun and anyone can do it. You can even use it solo. You can also use it when you’re stuck for ideas and need to get the creative juices flowing. It is a small package and it offers quite a bit of versatility.
When I imagine Monsters rampaging through a city I imagine kaiju like in Pacific Rim, Godzilla or Cloverfield. King of Tokyo, the precursor of King of New York, never got that feeling going for me. King of New York does. Although not from the point of view of the helpless citizens but rather from the huge rampaging monsters!