King of Tokyo: Game Review

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I honestly do not know where to start with this game, but it’s safe to say my group and I all learnt something about ourselves and each other because of it…… and may need to go home and have a good think about our choices.

King of Tokyo is essentially a simplified whilst also expanded adaptation of the classic dice throwing game yahtzee. It was designed by Richard Garfield, the creator of ‘Magic – The Gathering’, and produced by Iello Games in 2011. It is an expanded dice throwing game which incorporates a board, player tokens and upgrade cards. The game costs around $40 and it is for audiences aged 8 and over.

No one in my group recognised that it was a yahtzee adaptation in the beginning because none of us had really played it before. We picked up the rules pretty quickly however as the instruction booklet clearly…

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