Board Game

A game that primarily uses a board or board-like components (such as tiles) as the basis for gameplay.

England, 15th Century — On one side, the House of York, with its heraldic badge featuring a single, snow white rose. And on the other side, the House of Lancaster, its own heraldic rose depicted in blood red. The War of the Roses, a dynastic struggle for control of the English crown, has erupted between the two houses. In this strategic game, one player commands the House of York and the other, the House of Lancaster.

Epic Roll is a quick-playing, dice-based, fantasy board game. While portable and simple to learn, Epic Roll also provides players with numerous strategic decisions and gambles. The result is a game enjoyable for young or casual players, as well as experienced fantasy gamers.

Players use magnetic walls and a good dose of creativity to build the most wicked maze that will leave their opponent scrambling to find their way out. Maze Racers is also a race against time as from the moment a player has finished their maze, the opponent is left with one minute to finish theirs. When the time is up, both sides swap their maze boards and a furious race starts! By tilting their board, each player steers a ball through the maze as quick as they can in an effort to complete it first.

The matching game of crazy connections and logical links. Perfect for the entire family.

Take a word card or a picture card. The number tells you how many "guesses" you have. Two players secretly write words they associate with the card. Compare lists, move ahead 1 space for each matching word! 

A storytelling game like nothing you’ve seen before! In Co-Mix, you will craft your stories by laying out several panel cards to create a full-blown comic book page. Up to ten people can join in the fun, and you can play by yourself or in teams.

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