Cheapass Games

In Lord of the Fries, players are dealt a random hand of ingredients, which they will use to complete menu items. At the beginning of each round, a player will either roll or call an order. Taking turns starting with the next player on the left, players will either fulfill the order using ingredients in their hands, or pass, forfeiting a card from their hand. If everyone passes, the customer gets impatient, and the round continues to the left; but this time, players may leave out an ingredient from the order.

Set a trap. Don’t fall in.

Deadfall is a new bluffing game that uses a very simple deck: just the numbers 1 to 10, with 1x1, 2x2, 3x3, and so on. (It’s the same deck as PAIRS.)

Players must play their cards while trying to figure out which ranks have already been played out, all without getting caught in a lie.

Stuff and Nonsense is a game of low adventure, featuring a cadre of would-be explorers who never actually leave home.

You'll wander the outskirts of London, collecting evidence of your imaginary journeys, then return to the Adventurer's Club to spin your web of lies.

But beware of Professor Elemental: he was the first one to think of this, and he's not at all impressed!

Pairs is a new card game by James Ernest and Paul Peterson. It's simple, fast, and fun. And there are many different styles of art to choose from, thanks to many amazing artists and a very successful Kickstarter campaign!

A Victorian mansion. Fifteen craven killers. One crazy old man. He's hard to kill, as his name suggests. But his luck can't last forever.