Action Figures

Action Figures

Craft Kits

Craft Kits

Board Games

Board Games

Load image into Gallery viewer, Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game
Load image into Gallery viewer, Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game
Load image into Gallery viewer, Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game
Load image into Gallery viewer, Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game
Load image into Gallery viewer, Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game
Vendor
Renegade Game Studios

Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game

4.7
Regular price
HK$ 610.00
Sale price
HK$ 610.00
Regular price
HK$ 1,008.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 398.00)
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.

  • Tracked Shipping on All Orders
  • 14 Days Returns

Description

  • An expansion for the critically acclaimed Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure!
  • Journey into the watery depths as you quest for artifacts and avoid the Dragon!
  • Contains new Dungeon Deck cards, dungeon maps, monsters, and more!

Shipping and Returns

  • We offer tracked shipping on all orders. Tracking information will be shared as soon as the order is dispatched.
  • Please check the delivery estimate before adding a product to the cart. This is displayed for every product on the website.
  • Available shipping methods and charges will be displayed at the time of checkout, depending on your exact location.
  • All customers are entitled to a return window of 14 days, starting from the date of delivery of the product(s).
  • Customers are advised to read our return policy for details of the return process, eligibility, refunds as well as cancellations or exchanges.
  • In case of any issues or concerns about Shipping or Returns, please contact us and we will be happy to help.

Customer Reviews

Great addition - new game board and new cards!Clank! has to be one of my favorite games of all time. This is a great addition. Essentially, it's a new game board and a handful of new cards (and a few tokens, etc.). You mix this expansion set in with the regular set (and use the new game board if you'd like) and venture forth for some treasure! The expansion concepts are great. You can now travel through flooded caverns - fight new critters - and find new allies (via the additional cards). A great addition for anyone that loves Clank! 5More game play with this expansionThis expansion is so worth it, if you love the game. The best part is "most" of the cards can be used in the original game as well. Really like the use of the market board piece--will be using that in the original game as well. Every thing fits in the original box expect the new board. This new board as so much more play-ability to an already great game! I like the idea of the flooded rooms and you have to get one of the 2 scuba gear from the market. It was cool that you can still fight the goblin for 1 gold, but you now have the gold fish but can only attack him in a flood room--would have been nice to be able to attack either one. Me and my boyfriend really like this game and we play this nearly every time we want to play a board game. If you enjoy the original game then you need to get this expansion--its so worth it.**They are having a brand new Clank! game coming out later this fall called Clank! in Space which looks awesome and a bit more involved!! but still get this expansion if you love Clank! 5Fun but complex - give yourself time!This is a very fun game. I like to describe it as a "video game in board game form" because you're collecting treasure, earning money, avoiding dragon attacks, finding keys, watching your "life," etc. Allow 2-3 hours the first time you sit down to learn this game. My husband and I watched several youtube tutorials and it still took time to learn. Also the board setup is extensive and probably takes 20 minutes the first time you do it. But the game is tons of fun and there are three types of "currency" on the cards that do different things: movement, fighting, and skills. Then you can use these things to earn coins as a fourth currency, and you can even consider your "life" as a fifth currency for some things. So each player can easily have a different strategy. Also, it's not obvious who has won until the end when points are tallied. Also I would say that any child under the age of 12 would have a difficult time playing this unless they were partnered with an adult. It's just very complex and a lot of things to remember. Lots of fun! 5Too much fun for one board gameClank is so much fun and quickly rising in the ranks as one of my favorite games. Is it the deepest, most strategic game out there? No. Is it the poster child of Eurogame elegance? Absolutely not. What Clank! offers is a balls out good time at the table, filled with laughs and memorable moments. Several times in Clank! I'm at the brink of death and in a mad dash to escape the dungeon and get lucky and find that secret heal just in time to get to the top and survive. Other times it seems like I'll make it without a problem and I get stuck and then the dragon attacks and I'm knocked out before making it out. These are the kinds of moments that Clank! offers and the game is chock full of them.Clank! is a deck building game where the cards you acquire and play help you move through pathways in a dungeon to collect the best artifact you can and get out before the dragon attacks you enough times to "knock you out". Moving through the dungeon silently is safer but not easy. Most of the time you're making noise and generating "Clank!". The more Clank! you generate, the more the dragon will target you when it attacks. The more artifacts the players take, the more enraged the dragon gets and more damage it deals when it attacks. It's deck building with push your luck elements in a fantasy setting. Clank! could be a gateway game or perhaps next step after gateway.There are some other deckbuilding games with board elements. Another one I enjoy is Tyrants of the Underdark. That one has more strategic decisions, but Clank! is just more fun. I tend to get bored with many games quickly and want to move on to something new after several plays. I've played Clank! quite a bit and it's one of the few that I don't see myself burning out on anytime soon. It's just too much fun. 5Worth the money if you like Clank!Clank! has been one of our family's favorite games for the last six months or so. So when my youngest son saw the expansion, he was really excited. We bought it for his birthday and immediately tried a game using the expansion.Pros:- adds lots of new cards. There are new enemies, new abilities, new treasures, etc. Some of these feel like more of the same, but some add interesting new wrinkles.- adds a new issue to deal with. If you don't have a snorkel mask you can only stay underwater for one turn without taking damage. This means you have to plan your turns very carefully, either to be able to buy a snorkel mask, or to make quick trips down to grab your treasure.Cons:- you must separate cards, tokens, etc after each game, because- the new cards, tokens, etc aren't really compatible with the original game board. So, if you want to play base game Clank!, you have to pull out all the expansion stuff.- there isn't really room in the base game box for the expansion, so you have to keep it in its own box.Overall, I like the expansion, and recommend buying it, but it would have been nice if it had integrated with the base game better. 4Do you like Dominion - but wish it included a game board for actions? Try Clank!A deck builder AND a dungeon crawler? Love it!The deck building isn't quite as balanced as Dominion (for example). There are definitely certain cards that you have to buy whenever they come up on the dungeon row. It's not uncommon for one player to get very overpowered in the first few turns, but if your strategy is good you can allow them to settle in to a false sense of security (and hope they travel too deep into the dungeon).I've played it three times now, and like it more each time.The price is a bit high in my opinion, but I would buy again. 5A simplified Mage Knight meets Super Mario Brothers in a subterranean Candyland.Ranking at the top of current board games that I play with my lovely girlfriend is Clank!For much of its (usual) 60 75 minute duration, this game is a point salad free for all, but this 360 degree scramble is given some direction in that the board is a dungeon delver and there are a limited number of gettable items. Add to this a simple deck building mechanism that multiplies possibilities and creates a puzzle, and the resultant game is a unique and fun conflation. And then there s that very fun (and ominous) press-your-luck titular mechanic with the dragon bag, from which cubes (wounds) are drawn.Overall, Clank! is easy to learn and a lot of lighthearted fun....but once somebody exits the dungeon, the countdown to death begins, and the pressure and intensity increase immediately. Kind of like Mage Knight (simplified) meets Super Mario Brothers in a subterranean Candyland. 4Our first deck builder. Works well as 2 player game. Great Game!I gave this to my 11.5 year old son for Christmas. He is a very cautious kid who doesn't like conflict or losing and usually plays cooperative (co-op) games. He was on the verge of losing interest as I read the rules and went through setup for the first time. The first few rounds of our first game were a little rough as we referred back to the rules and worked on understanding the mechanics. We got he hang of it by the fourth round or so and were on our way.We were able to setup our second and later games in just a couple of minutes and without needing to refer to the rulebook.Happily, my son has really enjoyed this game over Christmas break and has asked to play quite often. We also got my 15 year old daughter to join in the fun. I thought she would be put off by the graphics and fantasy theme, but she enjoyed it and said she would play again. Unfortunately, I have yet to win but have come close a couple of times.The game has a decent amount of strategy to it as well as a bit of luck (literally the luck of the draw). It's also relatively social as we discuss our strategies and make sure we've done everything needed each turn.The build quality is nice. The Clank bag is of decent quality and is big enough for adults to reach into to pull the cubes. The cards are a good thickness and aren't flimsy.Other games we enjoy include Pandemic, Takenoko, Sagrada, Carcasonne, Indigo, Forbidden Desert and Forbidden Island. My wife won't play "those weird games" and sticks with Clue and Yahtzee. The kids also enjoy Twister, Life, and my vintage 80s game Stop Thief. 5A great family game!This is an ingenious mix of deck building with a dungeon crawl board. My children, 8 and 11, love the game as well. It is fun for the whole family.In the game you use cards to fight monsters, move through the dungeon to get treasures, and buy better cards. As you buy better and better cards your deck gets better. You're in a race to get the best loot on the board. The most expensive loot is further down in the dungeon. As you progress you have cards that tell you that you have made noise (a clank). When this happens you put a colored cube of yours into the clank pile. From time to time a dragon symbol appears on cards and then those cubes are dumped into a bag and drawn from. If your cube is drawn it counts as a wound for you. You need to get out of the dungeon before you are knocked out by too many wounds. 5One of the few board games I own that is perfectYour mission is to crawl into the depths of a dungeon and even deeper into the dragons lair and to collect artifacts and other treasures and make it back up and escape before you are killed. This is a victory points game but not in the sense that you need a VP tracker along the board. You just move around the board collecting tokens that reveal something under them when flipped. Move even deeper down the board to find artifacts, the deeper you go, the more valuable the artifact. There are also ways to collect money which you can use to buy things from a market on the board such as keys to unlock certain routes on the board, a backpack that allows you to collect more than one artifact and crowns which are worth a good amount of vp's. Other random loot awaits in the depths such as golden monkey idols!All the while you are doing this you are building up your personal deck of cards. Each player starts with the same 10 cards. You draw 5 cards at the beginning of your turn and play all 5 cards. These cards will, depending on what they are, allow you to move on the board, attack monster cards and gain rewards or even buy more cards for your personal deck! When you buy more cards you add those to your personal discard pile and once you have fully drawn your personal deck you then shuffle your discard pile and start drawing again. Since you only start with 10 cards you will be shuffling that after your second turn. Over time the shuffles become less frequent because you are adding more powerful cards to your deck to be drawn. It's a really cool mechanic and I love it. Also there are SO MANY different cards in this game you will be hardpressed to see them all. They all look great with the artwork and theme.So, the dragon in the room. There are cards that will give you Clank. There are 2 in your opening deck and there are others that give you good bonuses in exchange for you also getting clank. Clank is the noise you make down in the depths whilst treasure hunting. I love how the theme mixes with the cards text as well with all these. For example there is a card called Dead Run that allows to 2 free movement and you can also move through caves, (normally you have to stop movement when you enter a cave). BUT you also have to place 2 clank on the board when you play this card. Which is thematically like, ok so I sprinted very fast through the dungeon but I made alot of noise in doing so. Clank from each player will build up on the board over time until whenever a new card is drawn from the dungeon deck to replace those that have been bought reveals a dragon symbol. When this happens all that clank is taken and placed in a nice suede dragon bag along with a number of black dragon cubes. Then that player draws out a number of cubes based on the dragons rage (starts at 3 cubes I believe). If any match the color of a player, that player takes that amount of damage, if they are the black cubes they are left out of the bag and placed aside.I just love this game. I love how the theme of the game is intertwined throughout every gameplay aspect. I love the fact that there is a doublesided gameboard to change things up a bit with gameplay length and complexity. The amount of different cards and the deckbuilding is great. The little tokens the game comes with are fun and of a good quality. The game doesn't take forever to play but also feels like it takes just the right amount of time and also if a player is killed he still has a job to do which keeps them invested in the game. If a player is killed or the first player to escape puts their player token on a special spot on the top of the board. Everytime there turn comes back around they perform 1 additional dragon attack with added cubes drawn that increase everytime. After ohh like 4 or 5 turns the dragon kills everyone and it's game over. I like this artificial game timer they implemented so players sitting out don't have to wait all night while the rest finish. Also to assuage your fears, you keep whatever treasure and points you collected even if you die, as long as you die above a certain point on the game board. if you die below that point, you lose everything.I cannot recommend this game enough and what's more there are a number of expansions that add totally new gameboards, mechanics and new cards to even further keep this game going long into the future. 5
Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game

Clank! Sunken Treasure Board Game

4.7
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 610.00
Sale price
HK$ 610.00
Regular price
HK$ 1,008.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 398.00)