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Duke it out for control of Tokyo, in a special collector's edition of this excellent dice game that features an all new aesthetic and component upgrade.

You are an evil mastermind, determined to steal all the letters and earn infamy points. Will you be the most villainous of them all?

From a fairy tale-filled forest to a creepy cemetery looking for a lost treasure, these recent Exit titles continue to bring new and diverse themes and puzzles to the table.

Work together to defeat monsters and collect treasure. But only one hero can be the winner, so be careful as traps are sprung and your fellow adventurers might decide not to pull their weight.

Plan your factory floor by building rooms and hiring workers. But if the workers aren’t close enough to the production rooms, they can’t do their jobs!

Published by Ravensburger, 3D Labyrinth takes the 1986 family-friendly puzzle game Labyrinth and gives it a modern 3D twist.

All it takes is one gem in the bag to win the game. But the more gems you have in the bag, the better your odds of winning. The wizard always wins, but it’s going to take canny use of all the characters if you want to beat the odds.

Published by Pandasaurus Games, Qwinto is a 2016 Spiel des Jahres Recommended game. It can be taught in a couple of minutes, keeps its rules short and sweet, and is a breeze to play.

Kingdom Rush: Elemental Uprising is a standalone sequel to Kingdom Rush: Rift in Time. Currently seeking funding on Gamefound, Elemental Uprising is a challenging tower defense cooperative puzzle game.

Draw a picture and get your team to guess it. The catch: some or all of your team can’t actually see the ink. Can you still guess what word that is being drawn?

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