KessCo Announces One Piece Tabletop Game

Luffy’s Bento Panic features pirates from the One Piece franchise.

License Global

June 21, 2024

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"One Piece" Bento Panic
"One Piece" Bento Panic.Toei Animation

KessCo has announced Luffy’s Bento Panic, its newest tabletop game based on the One Piece franchise. Licensed by legendary anime studio, Toei Animation, KessCo brings the chaotic fun of One Piece to life in a light, party game with pirates fighting for their favorite foods. The game debuts at Gen Con 2024 and will be released in early Q4. 

Luffy’s Bento Panic features an all-out battle between the pirates for a piece of Sanji’s delicious cooking. Players can play as the Straw Hats as they fight for their favorite foods in this chaotic 3-9 player game for ages 10+. To play, point to grab food, steal from fellow pirates or eat food you’ve collected for points.  

“KessCo is building a name for itself in making games by fans, for fans,” says Alex Kessler, chief executive officer, KessCo. “We’re so proud of how the game turned out, and to get the chance to play and collaborate in the amazing world created by Oda Sensei. We can’t wait to share Luffy’s Bento Panic in all its chaotic glory.” 

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