Lost Story for Stuffed Fables, Star Trek Fluxx, and Minibosses for Boss Monster

February 15, 2018 - 9:49am
Plaid Hat Games have had a great reception to their Stuffed Fables board game and have already made a Stuffed Fables Coloring Book available for free. This coloring book adds new Stuffies which can be added to the adventure. Now they've also released a stand-alone adventure for Stuffed Fables which can be added between chapters 3 and 4 and downloaded for free. In this adventure, players battle on the streets of their town against the dreaded Dollmaker.
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Looney Labs has partnered with Gale Force Nine for two new Star Trek Fluxx Games. The first will be based on Star Trek: The Original Series while the second will be based on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Each Fluxx will feature popular characters like Captain Kirk and Captain Picard. Fluxx is a card game with ever changing rules where play starts out pretty simple but the rules change over time as the players play their cards. Andrew Looney, CCO of Looney Labs:

"I’ve been watching Star Trek since 1972, when I was 9 years old, tuning into the animated series on Saturday mornings. I’ve watched every series since, so it’s safe to say I’m a pretty big Star Trek fan. I’m VERY excited about working with this license!" [source]

Both Star Trek Fluxx games will support 2-6 players, aged 8+. A new standalone expansion with 165 new cards called Boss Monster: Rise of the Minibosses is being released in July 2018 from Brotherwise Games. The bosses are back but this time they can added Mini-bosses to their dungeon which permanently modify Rooms. Players can now also earn coins, a new mechanism, through effective use of their Rooms and Spells. Those coins can be used to upgrade rooms or power up Mini-bosses. Also included are new bosses, spells, and heroes. The game will support 2-4 players, aged 13+, and plays in about half an hour. This expansion can also be combined with the original Boss Monster game.
Antoine Fortuin

Bitten by a common house spider, Antoine emerged with the uncanny ability to buy more games than he had time to play. While living in the hills of Tennessee, USA, he tries to balance software development, family, and his multiple, competing hobbies. He hopes to someday discover a pocket dimension in which to store his games