King of Tokyo

4.33 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$39.99 Reg. Price $35.99 BG Price 10% Off

In King of Tokyo you play as ginormous robots, weird aliens and spoooky monsters with a singular objective – to destroy Tokyo. Also to beat up your opponents to be the King. Of Tokyo. So like, twogular objectives? Something like that. The point is you're a big baddie doing damage! Each turn you get three rolls of six dice which determine your actions – heal up, destroy a part of Tokyo or whack another monster. If you like Kaiju and rolling lots of dice this is the game for you.

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4.33 out of 5 based on 3 ratings
3 reviews
4.33 Stars

BG Stamps of Approval:


8 to 13, 13
and up

What's in the box

  • 66 Cards
  • 6 Monster Boards
  • 6 Monster Tokens with Plastic Stand
  • 8 Six-Sided Dice
  • 50 Energy Tokens
  • 28 Effect Tokens
  • Rulebook

Type:Strategy Games

Format:Board Games

Theme:Horror Science Fiction

Mechanics:Attacking, Card Drafting, Dice Rolling, Player Elimination


Designer:Richard Garfield


3 reviews for King of Tokyo

  1. 3 out of 5

    Fun dice rolling game. It’s pretty easy to learn. The only problem with this game is that there is player elimination, which results in a few people having to wait for the game to end. With unfortunate luck and gambling, a player could be eliminated very quickly.

  2. 5 out of 5

    King of Tokyo is one of those games where you can teach anyone, and they can quite possibly win on their first try. For some people that’s a good thing, and others want a game that always rewards the smarter (or more experienced) player.
    But being so approachable is the best part of King of Tokyo. I would highly recommend it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    This game was designed by a game design legend, the genius who invented Magic: The Gathering. So when it came out there was a literal frenzy. While I really like this game, but in all honesty almost gave it 4 stars because simply because I didn’t completely feel it lived up to the hype.

    That said, I need to judge a game on it’s own merit, and for a game whose action is primarily dice rolling, this game is a lot of fun. The theme is fantastic, as who doesn’t like the idea of being a huge monster trying to take over Tokyo.

    I think the reason I just had to give this game 5 stars is not only because it is fun, but it is a game that anybody can play. Concidering the level of sophistication this game brings to the table, that is saying a lot.

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