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Don your chipmunk masks and hunt down acorns to stuff into your cheeks to prepare for winter.

Become a master rug seller by carefully laying out your rugs on the board and making strategic choices regarding the direction you move the buyer.

Two pirate teams set sail in search of Blackbeard’s hidden treasure. Race through puzzles to collect the most doubloons and be declared the pirate winner!

The popular deduction game from Lucky Duck Games lends its branding to a new series that places players in historical settings.

Magical creatures are looking for a new home. Bid on as many as you like with as much money as you like. But be careful, because the player who spends the most will be eliminated at the end.

Build your monster piece by piece, but watch out: space in the lake is limited and other players are vying for the same water.

A party game published by The Op, Blank Slate is all about trying to predict how other players will think and attempting to only match with one of them.

A new disease has been discovered! Players must split into teams, competing to have their lab save patient zero and be the first to find the antidote.

This roll and write from designer Clarence Simpson places 1-8 players in the role of merchants diligently working to craft equipment for would-be warriors.

Become a railway tycoon in this 3-5 player game from designer John Bohrer that allows train game beginners to learn the basics of the genre.

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