King of Tokyo Halloween Expansion Board Game
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- For 2 to 6 Players
- 30 minute playing time
- Expansion game. Not a standalone
- 2 new monsters, their evolutions, and costume cards.
- Requires King of Tokyo to play
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Second expansion which adds two new monsters, their evolutions, and costume cards!
2nd expansion to King of Tokyo
Meet Pumpkin Jack and Boogey Woogey! These scary new monsters come with their own sets of Evolution cards.
For 2-6 Players.
30 minute playing time.
Ages 8+ up.
New monsters, evolutions and costumes!
This mechanic introduced by the Power Up! expansion provides each monster with 8 square-shaped cards to mutate into an even more nightmarish version of itself! But for Halloween, the original King of Tokyo monsters may want to look a bit spooky too: 12 new Power cards allow them to fit in at any party! Costumes, a brand new type of card, have powerful and fun new effects, but can be stolen from your monster any time someone rolls 3 claws.
- 2 new monsters (with boards, tokens, and plastic stands).
- 16 Evolution cards.
- 12 new Costume cards.
- 1 exclusive promo card for King of New York.
- 6 special six-sided dice.
'This exclusive, limited pack includes new Halloween-themed contents to be played with King of Tokyo! Meet Pumpkin Jack and Boogey Woogey! These scary new monsters come with their own sets of Evolution cards. This mechanic introduced by the Power Up! expansion provides each monster with 8 square-shaped cards to mutate into an even more nightmarish version of itself! But for Halloween, the original King of Tokyo monsters may want to look a bit spooky too: 12 new Power cards allow them to fit in at any party! Costumes, a brand new type of card, have powerful and fun new effects, but can be stolen from your monster any time someone rolls 3 claws.'
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Top Customer Reviews
You will get two characters, their power up evolution cards, 12 costume buy cards, 6 orange dices, and the box.
First things first, we don't really need the 6 orange dices. It nice to look at, but do we really need it? We already have 6 dices from the base game, so it's really not needed at all.
The costume buy cards are great, and they add on a new element to the game. The costume buy cards can be brought like regular buy cards at the end of your turn, but other player(s) that roll 3 claws can now buy the costume cards from you. They just need to pay you the energy cost of the card and they can now take the costume card from you. Some of the costume cards are really powerful, and some aren't as much, so I think it's a balance set of cards you would get.
The two set of evolution power up cards are somewhat interesting and new. Some of them are very powerful and some aren't as much. Again this is a pretty balance set of cards. Also, there are new element in the power up cards. Now instead of just having permeant or temporary power up cards, there are "gift" power up cards. Gift power up cards work like this: if you have a claw at the end of your roll, you can now give that player you attacked, your gift card. This gift card will be a negative effect on that player. Ex: Roll 1 less dice on their turn. They will continue to have this effect on them until they get rid of the gift card. That player that has the gift card needs to get a claw on their turn and attacks a player. The player that got attacked will then receive the gift card next. If that player is the owner of the gift card though, it has no effect on him/her, as the owner of the gift card isn't affected with their own gift card. Ex: The Pumpkin Jack player won't be affected by a Pumpkin Jack gift card, when given back to him/her.
Finally, you will get the 2 new characters, Pumpkin Jack and Boogey Woogey. I thought the stand up of both cards aren't good looking at all. You see the characters and they look just okay because the way they cut out out the pieces this time. It wasn't good at all because it seem like lazy cutting. There is too much white boarders around the two characters and this downgrades the feel to the characters. If you look at the original characters, none of them have that much white boarder to them. They are cut very close and careful with hardly any white boarder to them; by doing that, you focus on just the characters. These 2 new characters have so much white boarder around them that you won't think they are scary or spooky looking and you focus now on the white boarders instead of the characters. I for one didn't' like that.
However, when you see the characters on the score/life counter piece, we don't have that problem. The background on both pieces are nice as they have black background to the characters. I believe they should had done this with the cut out stands pieces as well. Either they should had colored in the white boarder in black or cut the boarders much closer to the characters.
A suggestion: This is a mini version of King of Tokyo. If you already know the rules, then you know you don't need the board. This expansion comes with everything you need to play a small 2 player game. All you need is the energy cubes, which you could use anything for that. So, you have 6 dice, buy cards, power up cards, and your 2 characters. So, you're ready to play!
My final thoughts: I thought that the 2 new characters' gift cards, are so powerful in the game now. These gift cards are given and passed around a lot, and are really a big disadvantage against you. But, when given back to the original/owner of the card, it doesn't affect him/her. This is good if you're that player, but really bad for the other player(s) as you have to deal with this constant card coming back to you and downgrading your play without a real way of getting rid of the card.
Should you buy this expansion? I would say buy it, if you really love King of Tokyo base game. This game will just add on to what you already love. If not, there is no harm in not buying this expansion. You can still enjoy King of Tokyo without this expansion, this expansion just gives you more things to do, more strategies, and characters. So, if you're on the fence on buying this game, I say wait till gets a little less expensive for more value for your buck.
The dice that comes with it are outstanding. Heavier and imprinted instead just painted on for the numbers/symbols.