Tiny Epic Games

The Tiny Epic Games just got tinier. Gamelyn Games announced Ultra Tiny Epic Galaxies, designed by Scott Almes, to bring this game to a size that might actually be able to fit inside your pocket.

The Tiny Epic series has taken the game market by storm by offering a lot of game in a little box with each game feeling very different from one another while maintaining familiarity between each one. Now, Gamelyn Games is trying to shrink the boxes even further.

Ultra Tiny Epic Galaxies will come in a box that is the size of a deck of cards. It will include all 40 of the original cards found in Tiny Epic Galaxies and will still be able to play at a player count of 1-5. This box will also include the mini- expansion, Satellites & Super Weapons. This game will be hitting Kickstarter soon.

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Gamelyn Games, the undisputed master of all things Tiny and many things Epic, have started a new Kickstarter Campaign for Tiny Epic Tactics by designer Scott Almes (Tiny Epic Kingdoms, Tiny Epic Galaxies, Tiny Epic Everything). In Tactics, 1-4 players each control 4 heroes on a multilevel 3D world map comprised of a Map Scroll and 6 Map Boxes of varying sizes. A players’ team has 1 each of a Beast, a Wizard, a Fighter and a Rogue, all of which come from a pool of unique characters. Players get 3 actions on their turn, chosen from Melee, Ranged or Magic attacks, as well as Movement.

The combat has nice added details, such as high ground benefiting ranged attacks, the possibility of knock-back with melee attacks, and allowing attacked units to immediately counter-attack out of turn. The 3 actions in a turn can be split among 3 units, or given to only 2, with one of the 2 units receiving 2 actions. Be careful, because units which gain 2 actions will become weakened, and cannot act next round, nor counter-attack.

The board has multiple spaces which increase or decrease attack range, heal players of their ammo or health, give or remove defense, as well as portals which allow increased movement across the world. The goal is to reduce enemy players’ units to 0 health, allowing capture, as well as maintaining control of the 3 key positions on the board. At the end of the game, players gain points for their surviving units, captured opponent units, and control of key map points.

The game also contains rules for 2 vs. 2 team play, solo play and a 2 player cooperative mode. Solo and Coop play uses the inside of the Map Boxes for exploration and treasure collection. The Kickstarter Campaign for Tiny Epic Tactics continues through March 6, and the game is expected to deliver in November 2019.