In addition to a "big" game, smaller games are also included in the Big Kid pack. This month, we were back down to the normal two, but these are two great ones. Jab: Realtime Boxing (a $19.99 value) has been on my wishlist for a long time now. I am a big fan of Tasty Minstrel (I mean, who can resist a publisher with a name like that and an adorable dragon as their logo?) and have back many of their games on Kickstarter, but this is one I do not have in my collection. (FYI, Tasty Minstrel has a lot of their games at half price on Amazon right now - including this one! - so I suggest grabbing a copy if you are interested). My other smaller game this month is Gold Thief (a $4.00 value). This is the first game every made by Asmadi, which appears to a be a small publisher with a lot of affordable games.
Now my next item supercool for two reasons: 1. it came from Steve Jackson Games and 2. it is purple and blue swirly! Now, I am not sure what Hipster Dice (a $4.95 value) is, but I can tell you I got the Aquapunk version. The back says its a party game, so I guess I will have to actually open it and read the instructions to figure it out. The website is no help either, but it all kinda goes with this hipster attitude this die seems to be trying to project. On the other hand, I do know what a Marvel Miniature Alliance Figure (a $2.99 value) is, but I do not know which one I received. I am debating whether to open this, or give it to someone who is more of a superhero geek than I am. The final item in my Awesome Pack was some new Awesome Pack swag. It may be just a pen, but pens are always useful.
All told, my March Awesome pack had an estimated retail value of $69.85 and I got it all for $44.95, which included shipping. If you would like to subscribe, once again, I ask that you say you heard it from me, rickimc [at] aol [dot] com. (Please note: as games and collectibles can vary in price based on demand, I tried to take the price from the manufacturers site whenever possible.)