If you’re looking for the best space board games deals then you’ve come to the right place as we’ve searched the universe for the best prices. There’s plenty of choice and a great space board game deal for everyone and every budget, so make sure you check out our interstellar haul below.
Whether you’re looking for an out-and-out space adventure or a galactic twist on a classic, you’re sure to find the space board game deal you’re after. Read on below for a look at Terraforming Mars(23% off), The Search for Planet X (33% off) and more great space board game deals.
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However, if it’s space board games deals you’re after, be sure to check out our handy guide below.
The Search for Planet X card game
Right now, The Search for Planet X is on sale for $29.99 at Amazon, down from $44.99, and allows you and some friends to play as astronomers that are trying to find a hypothetical planet.
A companion app allows players to perform scans and attend conferences to gain information about where these celestial objects are located. A player wins the 60 to 75-minute game by successfully finding the location of Planet X.
The Crew – Quest for Planet Nine
The Crew – Quest for Planet Nine is just $10.48 at Amazon and is a space game that offers three to five players engage in a trick-taking card game that gets harder the longer you play.
As players complete 50 different missions across the solar system, they need to work together in this collaborative game in order to win.
Apollo: A Collaborative Game
Who wouldn’t want to go to the moon? You can land (see what we did there) Apollo: A Collaborative Game for $14.42 at Amazon.
The game is inspired by the real-life NASA lunar missions (it’s full name is literally “Apollo: A Collaborative Game Inspired by NASA Missions”) and it is suited for two to five players. The goal is simple: get to the moon and back in the year 1961.
We’re sure NASA would have loved to have made its own moon landing at nearly half the price.
Dune board game
Dune: A Game of Conquest and Diplomacy is a board game from Gale Force Nine that puts you in the shoes of young Paul Atreides (or if you prefer, a Harkonnen) in a contest to win control of the most important planet in the galaxy: Dune, Arrakis, a desert planet. The game is 13% off at $43.72, down from $50.
Suitable for 2 to 4 players ages 12 and up, this game puts you in the science fiction classic by author Frank Herbert (and the 2021 film remake) to play as one of four different factions: House Atreides (yay!), House Harkonnen (boo!), the Fremen (yay!) and the Imperium (boo!). Your goal: Win control of Arrakis and its valuable Spice. The average game takes from 30 to 60 minutes.
it’s worth noting that there are two other versions of the Dune board game from Gale Force Nine. The Classic version is 17% off at $41.51 and meant for 2 to 6 players; and a separate version, Dune: Betrayal from the 2021 film, is 20% off at $19.99. That game is meant for 4 to 8 players.
Monopoly: Star Wars The Mandalorian Edition
When it comes to Star Wars Monopoly, “this is the way.”
Monopoly Star Wars: The Mandalorian Edition is just $34.51 at Amazon, saving you 18% in a unique twist on the traditional Hasbro board game. The game features player tokens of recognizable characters like The Mandalorian (of course), Ahsoka Tano, Boba Fett and Bo-Katan, and each of them has their own special abilities and a character card.
Grogu, AKA Baby Yoda, does make an appearance on the board, and you’ll have to protect him (and use his sweet Force skills) of you land on his spot. Finally, the Empire won’t sit quietly while you play with your friends, so you’ll have watch out for Stormtrooper, Dark Trooper and Moff Gideon enemies to make sure they don’t get Grogu. May the Force be with you always!
Terraforming Mars board game
Terraforming Mars, which is 23% off at Amazon, asks players to both work together (yet also compete) to build a sustainable habitat on Mars for humanity to thrive. Players split into factions of different corporations (each with their strengths for resources) to warm the planet Mars, find water and more make the place fit to live.
Twilight Imperium 4th Edition Board Game
You can get Twilight Imperium to score one of the most popular space opera board games available today. The base game has been a round for more than 20 years, and this deal will land you its 4th edition.
Twilight Imperium is an intergalactic battle board game with gameplay that’s reminiscent of Dungeons & Dragons. It puts each player in command of one of 17 different factions like the trade masterminds Emirates of Hacan or the wormhole-hopping Ghosts of Creuss. Once factions are set up, players compete in war, trade, politics and allegiances to rule the galaxy.
Race for the Galaxy Card Game
The well-rated Race for the Galaxy card game is now $34.95. With this game, two to four players work to build their own galactic civilizations and gain victory points in the process.
Race for the Galaxy is made of cards that represent worlds, technical or social developments. Players can choose from seven different action cards in each round, and each round consists of five possible phases. Once you get your footing and find yourself wanting more, you can check out Race for the Galaxy extension games such as Xeno Invasion or Alien Artifacts.
Star Wars Imperial Assault Board Game
Star Wars Imperial Assault is 14% off at Amazon, and offers a game that’s both suitable for single play or up to a group of five. The game places participants within the original trilogy.
You can play as a hero of the Rebellion or fight alongside the Galactic Empire to battle over conflicting objectives with other players.
Star Wars Outer Rim board game
Star Wars Outer Rim, on sale right now at Amazon for $61.50, is a board game that explores the underbelly of the franchise, including smugglers, mercenaries and smugglers. Fans of Mando in The Mandalorian, along with Boba Fett of the new Book of Boba Fett, are sure to enjoy this strategy game. We also can’t forget that the Resistance hero Han Solo got his start as a smuggler, making that Kessel Run with the Millennium Falcon starship.
Butts in Space – The Card Game
Butts in Space – The Card Game is on sale right now at Amazon for $25.00. Evil Butts took all the available toilet paper and your toilet paper manufacturing spaceship is also on the fritz, so you and up to three other players will have to figure out how to fix that pressing problem. The kid-friendly card game has colorful illustrations across 120 cards.
SolarQuest, The Space Age Real Estate Game – Deluxe Edition
SolarQuest, The Space-Age Real Estate Game – Deluxe Edition is on sale at Amazon right now for $42.00 As a futuristic space titan, your job is to pick up moons, planets and anything human made in our solar system and to make a profit. In some sort of James Bond space villain kick, you can not only make your opponents bankrupt, but disable them with lasers. Parents and grandparents may remember an older version of SolarQuest; this version, updated with graphics and other stuff, is based on a successful Kickstarter campaign.
Space Park Strategy Game
Space Park Strategy Game is on sale right now at Amazon for $22.49. Unlike most board games, which last several hours, this one is only 20 to 30 minutes and easier to squeeze into a busy day or even during a lunch break. You and your teenagers can gather space crystals, cool badges and other things at space parks. It’s no surprise that space parks are so popular in this game, as NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has created exploratory space posters based on Depression-era U.S. national park art, too.
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