Rummikub

Rummikub is similar to several central European card games which are played with two decks of playing cards, including Machiavelli and Vatikan. Ephraim Hertzano invented the tile game Rummikub in the 1940s when card-playing was outlawed under the Communist regime. After World War II, Hertzano immigrated to British Mandate of Palestine (now Israel) and developed … Read more

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Heat: Pedal to the Metal

Based on simple and intuitive hand management, Heat: Pedal to the Metal puts players in the driver’s seat of intense car races, jockeying for position to cross the finish line first, while managing their car’s speed if they don’t want to overheat. Selecting the right upgrades for their car will help them hug the curves … Read more

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Llamaland

The plateaus are wild, stunningly beautiful, and…full of llamas?! Being a farmer in Llamaland isn’t exactly easy with all the hills and mountains around, but even so, growing potatoes, corn, and cocoa on the slopes of the mountains is what you love. Luckily the llamas are a big help, too! By fitting your fields in … Read more

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Fire in the Hole!

Fire In The Hole mixes dexterity with strategy and suits the young landlubbers all the way up to the ol’ seadogs. YOUNG SCALLYWAGS WELCOME. Fire In The Hole is the multi-generational game with a comedy punch. Part carrrd game, part dexterity game, it’s simple enough to entertain the young landlubbers (7+), but has the strategic … Read more

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Scout

SCOUT is a ladder-climbing game in which cards have two potential values, players may not rearrange their hand of cards, and players may pass their turn to take a card from the current high set of cards into their hand. More specifically, cards are dual-indexed, with different values on each half of the card, with … Read more

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Living Forest

In Living Forest, you play as a nature spirit who will try to save the forest and its sacred tree from the flames of Onibi. But you are not alone in your mission as the animal guardians have come together to lend a hand around the Circle of Spirits where you progress. Each turn, they … Read more

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The Guild of Merchant Explorers

In The Guild of Merchant Explorers, each player starts with one city on their personal map board. Shuffle the deck of terrain cards, then reveal most of these cards one by one. Based on the terrain revealed, each player places on their board cubes that are connected to their starting city or other cubes. You … Read more

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Sobek: 2 Players

Construction is underway on a temple dedicated to Sobek. A huge market has emerged nearby, supplied by the continuous flow of feluccas and pirogues along the Nile. Your Guild of Merchants is determined to take advantage of this unbelievable opportunity, and ready to use any means to grab sumptuous goods out of the way of … Read more

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Small Islands

Small Islands is a tile-placement game in which you are daring explorers discovering a magnificent archipelago. Its islands are brimming with natural resources but also temples from an ancient and mysterious civilization. Brave adventurers, bring back to your clan wealth & prestige!

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Art Robbery

March 18, 1990, Boston: You enter the art museum, and an hour-and-a-half later you come out unnoticed with your pockets full — but now comes the hardest part… In Art Robbery, you slip into the role of art thieves. You have successfully put the robbery behind you, and you have many drawings, paintings, sculptures, and … Read more

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