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    Higher and higher, the construction grows. Before long, the steel girders reach dizzying heights. Fearlessly, the workers carry on, with nothing more than hardhats to protect them. The danger of collapse hangs over everything ? so just make sure that nothing happens! You also have to impress Rita, the boss, if you want to be Employee of the Month. There’s a lot to do, so let’s get going!

    Men At Work is a stacking and balancing game in which players compete as workers on a job site who are carefully constructing a tower to avoid accidents and, maybe, earn Employee of the Month. The game includes three gaming modules to add loads of replayability, as well as wooden components housed within a well-designed insert for easy set up.

    Fight the evil genius, Dr. Spotnik, with your monster squad in this epic, city-destroying, strategy game! ROAR!

    MonstroCity is a cooperative, action, real-time game for 1 to 4 players. Players control a monster and together they form a squad sent to level the secret base of Dr. Spotnik and foil his plans to conquer the world! Each monster has unique abilities supporting its own strategy for an asymmetric game play.

    The game is played in a series of 5 rounds that each last 2 minutes. During the round each player rolls simultaneously 4 dice and resolves them fast, activating their monster’s abilities. You keep moving through the city, destroying buildings while defending against the city’s turrets and Dr. Spotnik’s obstacles (tanks, helicopters, road blocks, etc). Depending on how well you perform and whether you manage to reach certain milestones, you gather Victory Stars. The goal of the game is to gather all three Victory Stars for a complete and total victory!

    The game supports various modes of play including Turn-Based Mode, where it becomes a more challenging puzzle game, and Competition Mode, where players can be divided into teams and compete against each other.

    In Tokyo Highway, players compete to place all of their cars on the road first ? but to do that they have to build the roadways so that they have somewhere for their cars to go!

    Over the course of the game, players construct columns of varying heights by using the 88 squat gray and yellow pillars in the box, then connect those columns with sticks that serve as roadways, with the column you create usually not being the same height as the one it’s connected to. When you place a highway that passes under or over an existing highway, you get to (carefully!) place a car on that highway. Place a highway that both goes over and under other highways, and you can place two cars!

    The yellow cylinders allow you to create a column the same height as another while also allowing you to fork the roadway to create more twists and turns.

    The first player to place all ten of their cars ? with or without using tweezers ? wins!