Every month, The Zatu Show will be delivering the top gaming countdowns, a peek into our subscription boxes and a look into life behind the meeples here at Zatu HQ.
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Kicking off the Autumn season, Amber and Arthur bring you up to speed on our latest board game and video game top picks in the 11th episode of The Zatu Show. We also hear a little about Zatu’s adventures to Nor-Con and our first ever Freshers event. Not to mention the chance to win our featured release; MicroMacro: Crime City – Full House, as well as its predecessor MicroMacro: Crime City.
For those who love our questions segment, this month’s questions give a little behind-the-scenes energy as they challenge Amber and Arthur to some tricky would-you-rather questions. A taste of our Zatu marketing team’s morning routine!
MicoMacro: Crime City is a game of tiny detective work to solve big cases. Winner of Spiel des Jahres, or Game of the Year, this unique game puts a spin on familiar concepts from franchises like “Where’s Wally?” Players work together (or alone, if you prefer a single-player experience) to find evidence of crimes and solve them. This edition features 16 cases, with the option to sign up for a newsletter that provides extra print and play cases so you can continue the fun!
MicroMacro: Crime City – Full House features 16 new cases and a brand-new city district. The game works as both an expansion to the original, and as a separate experience. Like the first game, players piece together mysteries using the map, which features multiple instances in time so that you can track your targets as they go about their day. This version also features special symbols marking each case, so that parents can pick out cases suitable for their youngest investigators.
The latest instalment of WarioWare is here! Take on over 200 quirky microgames either solo or with friends. Play as the returning cast from previous games and tackle scenarios such as spinning windmills, plucking hair and assembling robots. All to help Wario with his latest crazy business scheme. WarioWare makes for both a great party game and also a single-player experience.