Grab Some Nachos & Tag Up The Town With Pandasaurus!

July 7, 2022 by fcostin

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Pandasaurus Games have bought me a lot of joy on the tabletop with their fun and quirky board games. Whether that be organising dinos in Dinosaur World, or stopping Dr Fauxvilla in his tracks in The Loop - I have been taken across many a zany universe filled with fun, whimsy and cooperation.

Pandasaurus is set to release two titles this September, bringing a fun party Mexican food-themed title and a real-time graffiti tagging simulator to the table. With the release of Nacho Pile and Wildstyle this Autumn.

Nacho Pile - Pandasaurus Games

Nacho Pile // Pandasaurus Games

If you are a fan of the likes of Happy Salmon, Nacho Pile has been designed by the same mind of Ken Gruhl. 2-4 players will be trying their hands at fate, hoping to push their luck to pull a high-pointed nacho from the bag. As each player takes a nacho, they will aim to score as many points as they can, however. If they match their chips on the pull, the points will be irrelevant, losing all of those tasty and salty points, leaving them with an empty stomach.

Taking under half an hour to play and pitched at ages 7+, Nacho Pile would a wonderful game to break the ice and get those fingertips moving at the start of games night, could even complement the game with a little bit of sour cream and guacamole!

Wildstyle - Pandasaurus Games

Wildstyle // Pandasaurus Games

If fast-paced panic over Mexican starters is not up your street, maybe you'd enjoy a cheeky bit of city vandalism. Wildstyle will be heading over to retail shortly after Nacho Pile, challenging players to dart across town in real-time to tag up the environment. Whether that is leaving your mark on the train station, or simply spicing up the residentials. 2-5 players will be working in real-time to complete their objectives, and rack up points to dominate the cityscape as their own.

Nacho Pile is set to release on September 7th, and a week later bringing Wildstyle to retail on 14th. Pandasaurus Games titles are an absolute delight to play, and it really is wonderful to see their catalogue expand, and more bright-coloured and engaging board game titles come out into retail.

What are your favourite Pandasaurus Games titles?

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