Games for People With Mad Ninja Skills
All of these games require a certain amount of hand-eye coordination.
- •Junk ArtBuild the tallest tower with disparate abstract pieces. Multiple game modes and variants.
- •OssJacks with a challenge mode and a tribal theme.
- •Loony QuestThis one is a line drawing game. Players must draw on a blank piece of acetate while looking at a map in the center of the board. When they're done, they match their line against the obstacles on the map which determines how many points they scored.
- •WonkyBuild a tower with cubes that aren't quite right.
- •JengaIt's Jenga.
- •CatacombsA dungeon crawler game. One dungeon master vs multiple heroes. Flick you warrior dude to slay monsters. Great cartoon-y artwork.
- •Flick 'Em UpAnother flicking game. Wild West shootout. This time you flick a separate smaller disk to shoot. Expansions include rifles, horses, and not-at-all offensive native warriors.
- •KettouA samurai duelling game. Attack options are laid out in front of the players. Whoever touches a card first launches that attack, so it's a race to to decide on a strategy, then execute it.
- •Light & DarkBaby's first disk flicking game.
- •Stellar ConflictA real-time, tile placement game. Tiles represent spaceships, shooting in various directions. At the end of the round, rubber bands are used to determine who hit who.
- •Terror in Meeple CityYet another flicking game. Kaiju-on-Kaiju action. Monsters compete to destroy buildings, eat the most meeples, and beat each other up.
- •Pitch CarA simple game of flicking stock car racing.
- •Pingo PingoSlapjack with a dart gun and a soundtrack.
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