while I would prefer a light-to-midweight Euro I am open to AT games as well. Primary goal is something fun and somewhere in the game there can be that moment where I can say "release the kraken" and boom! a kraken card/token/meeple/mini hits the table (so obviously, Greek or sea monster or pirate themed of some sort or hey, surprise me)
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+1 for this one.
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In Magic you can play lots of krakens!
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King of Tokyo I am always the kraken in this game.
The Atlantis environment deck in
Sentinels of the Multiverse.
Say Anything in this game, but no tentacled meeples
Well, it's a light dexterity game, but
Monstrous with the Release the Kraken expansion would satisfy at least part of your requirements
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We say it everytime The Kraken card shows up in SotM! Love it!
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I personally say "Release the Kraken!" in a deep, stentorian tone several times each game of
Cyclades I play. I even physically place the opponents' ships in the tentacles of the Kraken each time it destroys ships. Most satisfying.
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i think the fact that
Cyclades is the perfect answer needs to be emphasized with a picture: Who could still argue with that?