We are glad to share with you some news about our website. Our authors are really into video games as you know. But what you might not know is that we are also keen on playing board games. We have a pretty good collection of board games and that’s why we decided to share with you some information about them too. Today we are glad to write this preview about ARMPAL – 3D Assembly Board.
ARMPAL is preparing to be announced on Kickstarter soon and we had an opportunity to get the first look on the upcoming features of the game.
ARMPAL Upcoming Features:
- A cross-age 3D board game: 1-4 people
- Eco-friendly wooden parts: more than 300 parts, NO glue is needed in the assembly process
- Multiple changeable kits, multiple ways of playing, multiple entertainment modes
- Multi-axis control & immersion experience
All details made with great style. We are sure that when assembling figures, players will get a lot of pleasure because it looks interesting and easy. We ourselves will be able to see this very soon, when we get our kit of the game. We can’t wait to share our impressions with you in our review!
It’s not only an interactive board game, but also a set of building toy. We hope ARMPAL can bring people back to the real world from mobile phones and the Internet, increasing face-to-face communication between family and friends.ARMPAL team
Along with features we’d like to share with you some details about the gameplay. What can you actually build and how to play it.
First of all, you need to assemble all the machines. There are a lot of details that you can put together without glue. That will help you improve your logical and fine motor skills. After that you can play several modes of the game:
- Stack Tower
- Magnetic Crane Transferring Race
All of these modes are associated with the mechanisms that were collected earlier. Some are played on time, others for fun. But what their essence is we will tell you directly in the review.
Meanwhile you can subscribe for newsletter on ARMPAL official webpage.
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- June 1, 2020