It's NEW GAME FRIDAY! It's also BLACK FRIDAY! And it's also our 2 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!
Before we get into what's new this week, let's talk about the Black Friday through Cyber Monday specials.https://www.pnparcade.com/collections/black-friday-to-cyber-monday
All Weekend Long (Black Friday through Cyber Monday)
- Over 100 games at reduced prices! Some publishers have reduced their entire catalogs. Check out the sales page below for the full list.
Black Friday Only
- For every $1 you spend, you will be entered into our giveaway for $50 in PNPArcade Credit. One winner will be chosen and revealed on Saturday.
- If you spend $1 or more, you will receive a free Arcade Dice Tower for one of our largest selling games, Four Against Darkness! (You must add it to your cart and use the coupon code. See the Four Against Darkness Dice Tower page for details.)
Cyber Monday only
- For every $1 you spend, you will be entered into our giveaway for $50 in PNPArcade Credit. One winner will be chosen and revealed on Tuesday.
- If you spend $1 or more, you will receive a free Arcade Dice Tower for one of our largest selling games, Chain Mail!
All of the details are at the Black Friday to Cyber Monday page here: https://www.pnparcade.com/collections/black-friday-to-cyber-monday
So let's see what's new this week!
Here's what's new this week:
- An Otter Won
- Paper Pinball: Little Ghost
- Paper Pinball: Miasma
All new games are available at: https://www.pnparcade.com/collections/new-games
AN OTTER WON
It's not easy making a cool otter den. You'll want to influence the best otters to hang out in yours. And often you’ll get to decide which otter goes where. Do you want this otter? Or an otter won?
An Otter Won is a spiritual sequel to Why I Otter, taking everything up a notch (including the ridiculous otters). Players have personal conditions in the cards they've taken into your den that play off public otter cards in the river. After players play their cards and determine the winner of the turn, the winner assigns those 3 cards to 3 locations, themselves, their opponent and the river.
Two corrupt politicians need to exchange messages and dirty money while two investigators try to intercept their actions and publish them in the international media.
The cards have two sides: money or message. Players must place one of their 5 cards with one side forward and make a pre-arranged secret code for their partner to place the same side forward. Corruptors should try to avoid investigations by placing the opposite side that their opponents put, while investigators want to put on the same side as their opponents. If you discover your opponent's code, you can say "Interceptor!" and make a guess. If you're wrong, you lose a card, if you get it right, you win the game instantly.
Merkez is inspired by the local elections in Turkey and empty promises.
In this game you are an Urban Planner and your goal is to impress the current Mayor by getting the most points with your blueprint, showing plans to build schools with bike roads, animal hospitals, fundings, provide free Wi-Fi, assign Civil Servants to hospitals and schools. Every building needs civilians, you will get minus points if you have unemployed people(a civilian not assigned to a building), even if you can't build a building, you have to build a road/pavement on every turn, whatever curve the die allows.
Eventually trying to be the next Mayor..
PAPER PINBALL: LITTLE GHOST and MIASMA
Paper Pinball is a dice print and play game that tries to capture the feeling of playing pinball. All you will need is a pencil, three dice, and about five minutes.
Each round, roll two dice and fill in one of the scoring zones. Some zones need to be filled in a certain way, and most will cause some sort of effect, so the order you fill them in is important. If you ever can't fill a zone, you'll lose a ball. Lose three balls and the game is over. Try to fill as many scoring zones as possible while triggering multipliers, opening tunnels, and getting the coveted multiball.
Tetroll is a brainy, crunchy roll-and-write game, inspired by Tetris. With 4 normal dice, you build your polyomino shape and stack them in your grid. A finished line with all unique numbers (1 to 6 in any order) will get you the most points, but sometimes it pays to get some penalty points for duplicate numbers, since those will let you save up for power bonuses. It can be played by 1 or 2 people.
This weeks new games are all available here: https://www.pnparcade.com/collections/new-gamesSee you next week!