A fast-paced, competitive card game about building a giant robot and blowing up someone else’s.
With designs taking inspiration from mecha anime and video games, Wreck-A-Mecha let’s you live out your mecha customization fantasies in a quick, 15-30 minute card game.
In Wreck-A-Mecha players build a giant robot (mecha) from a randomly assigned head and core part along with arms and legs from their decks. Destroying opponent parts earns you victory points and the first to gain 10 points wins. Destroying the core will get you all 10 points, but it’s hard to hit. Players can use an arm to defend, forcing an attack to target it instead of anything else (until it is hit).
Since you are only able to take 3 actions per turn, managing your offense and defense is key to survival. And with a weapon triangle causing weaknesses and resistances along with tons of unique special abilities for each part, you’ll need to install parts strategically to get the upper hand.
A 1-4 player, semi-cooperative tabletop game inspired by arcade shooters of the 80s & 90s.
Based on classic arcade shoot-em-ups from Galaga to Gradius, Inglorious Space is a tabletop game about working together… as long as it’s profitable. Players take control of ace bounty hunters and use “Command Cards” to pilot their fighters across space, shoot enemies, and activate unique character abilities.
In multiplayer, the enemy is too much for you to overcome. Allegiances are made by necessity. But as soon as your usefulness has run out, you better watch your back! There’s money to be made on these bounties and between a cold-hearted strategist, an unpredictable hot head, an infamous con artist, and a wanted backstabber, you may find your ship rammed into the path of enemy fire.
Meanwhile, single player features adjusted difficulty that, while manageable, makes every action count. Meticulous decision making is rewarded to earn the highest score (and bragging rights).