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My local legoshop let me see in the catalogue. Moderators: Feel free to change this post. 50003 Batman Picture from LEGO cache - thanks to GRogall 257 pieces, age 6+, 2-4 players, 15-25 minutes, $29.99 US, August Info thanks to Artanis I 50004 Storymixer For a short video, and to discuss what appears to be a new LEGO game concept, go here. age 7+, 3-5 players, 20-30 minutes (no other info known) Info thanks to Artanis I 50006 Legends of Chima Picture from LEGO cache - thanks to GRogall (A Tribal Battle Game To Collect Chi): 211 pieces, age 7+, 2-3 players, 10-20 minutes, $19.99 US, August Info thanks to Artanis I 50011 Lord of the Rings: Battle of Helmsdeep Picture from LEGO cache - thanks to GRogall The Battle Of Helm's (Deep): 338 pieces, age 8+, 2/4 players, 15-35 minutes, $29.99 US, August (FBTB has $34.99 as the price in their set, but the card in the image states $29.99) Info thanks to Artanis I The last one looks much like a heroica game. edit: coming in august.
Hello everybody! I just found this video of the new Lego game 50004 Story Mixer, revealed at the Nürnberg Toy Fair. For everyone who does not know German: He says that where the arrow points at, one of the small models has to be put. That model has to be described with 2 words. The dragon for example, can be called 'Flaming dragon'. The player also has to tell a story about that scene or being. Then its the next players turn. He puts another model at the place the arrow points at and describes it with 2 words and a story, too. But here is the twist, the second player has to incorporate the 'flaming dragon' in some way. The presenter does not specify if the player has to tell the story of the dragon again, too. When the player uses the wrong word, for example says 'red dragon' instead of 'flaming dragon' his model is put back and its the next players turn. This is all the information we get. I assume this goes on and is supposed to get harder and harder to memorize. The goal may be to be the last one standing. There seem to be many small models and many 4x4 plates. What do you think of it?