Tactic launches new range of games

Published on: 22nd January 2018

Tactic Games introduces new range of products featuring action, story book, and family gameplay.

Jungle Runners is a fun children’s action game which captures the traditional play value of board games in a vibrantly coloured, animal themed 3D backdrop. Players must race their team through the jungle, avoiding obstacles along the way to be the first to cross the line with all their animals to win.

Ninja Rush is a fast paced, quick reaction game which is based on the ancient Sensei training principles of harnessing time and quick reaction. Players simply flip the Sensei cards and quickly choose who to flip and to where before the sand runs out, winning Ninja Stars for successful runs and watching out for the change of direction cards.

Also available will be Story Chest, which brings together imagination and fantasy with an exciting game play element. Players take turns to tell a continuous story inspired by one of the cards dealt while other player have to predict which card they will choose.

Let’s Play is a new range of six ‘snacking’ games for the whole family. In a stand-out plastic case, Let’s Play games are perfect for grab-and-go gaming and ideal for travel. Simple, fast, and fun are the ingredients that go into all Let’s Play games.

To find out more about Tactic Games and to see the exciting new products for 2018, visit Tactic at London Toy Fair – Stand D109.


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