The creators of games like Lanterns, Gravwell, and the enormously successful Kitty Paw are back with a new game for the dog loving tabletop fans out there called Shiba Inu House.
Shiba Inu House tasks players with building the best house for your loveable Shiba Inu, and you'll have to race against other players to build it quickly and efficiently. It's a quick game meant for ages 6 and up, which means it is perfect to play when you have a few children at the table. The gameplay is streamlined for easy learning, and it helps that it includes some adorable art from Aza Chen.
"Kitty Paw is an enormous success and we are thrilled to be working with Aza Chen on another delightful project," says Renegade President Scott Gaeta. "Shiba Inu House is easy to learn but the whole family will find these little puzzles challenging!"
You can view the official description for the game below. Shiba Inu House will retail for $20 and is scheduled to hit stores sometime in March.
In Shiba Inu House, players race to place cards properly in order to create dog houses for the shiba inu that match the patterns shown on their goal cards. After eight rounds, the player with the highest score wins.
Shiba Inu loves sitting on the roof, staring at the sea, imagining that his master will make him a new dog house, imagining that there will be pork chops for lunch. Wait! Did someone just say pork chops? Shiba Inu is now drooling and jumping up and down on his roof…
The box contains the following components:
45 Shiba Inu Cards (9 per player)
10 Level 1 Dog House Cards
15 Level 2 Dog House Cards
15 Level 3 Dog House Cards
5 Scoring Cards
45 Point Markers
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