Cyber Monday Amazon board game deals include Descent and Star Wars

Cyber Monday is upon us, and Amazon in specific appears really thinking about starting your brand-new parlor game collection — or assisting you develop one out for a pal. Offers consist of a smattering of brand-new releases, plus some modern-day classics that belong on everybody’s rack.

Topping the list this year is the critically-acclaimed brand-new dungeon spider Descent: Legends of the Dark. The app-driven experience is generally a light role-playing video game in a box, a totally three-dimensional video game with interactive surface and little bits of furnishings plus hero characters that develop and alter with time. You’ll likewise discover Star Wars: Outer Rim, an ignored gem from designers Corey Konieczka and Tony Fanchi. Lastly, if you have yet to dip your toe into the tradition category, Pandemic Tradition Season One is down to an extremely economical rate.

Here are the highlights, plus links to additional coverage on those titles we’ve played this year.

7 Wonders for $29.99, normally $59.99 (50% off)

7 Wonders Duel for $14.49, normally $34.99 (59% off)

Arkham Horror: The Card Game for $22.99, normally $44.95 (49% off)

Carcassonne for $18.99, normally $39.99 (53% off)

Descent: Legends of the Dark for $95.99, normally $174.95 (45% off)

Fallout The Board Game for $35.99, normally $69.99 (49% off)

Mansions of Madness 2nd Edition for $62.49, normally $99.95 (37% off)

Mysterium for $24.49, normally $54.99 (55% off)

Pandemic (original) for $15.49, normally $44.99 (66% off)

Pandemic: Hot Zone – North America (abbreviated) for $9.99, normally $19.99 (50% off)

Pandemic Tradition: Season 1 for $41.99, generally $59.99 (30% off)

Splendor for $19.99, generally $44.99 (56% off)

Star Wars: Armada for $55.99, generally $99.95 (44% off)

Star Wars: Legion for $57.49, generally $99.95 (42% off)

Star Wars: Outer Rim for $44.99, generally $61.509 (27% off)

Ticket to Ride: New York for $12.49, generally $19.99 (38% off)

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.