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Place your blocks and vie for control by ensuring your color appears the most across five faces of the cube!

Strategically move dice around the board, capture the ones you need to create combos, and steal dice from your opponents in this abstract strategy game of competing to be the Loa of the Dead for a year.

Can you make a tattoo design with a mermaid and a unicorn, featuring a city skyline and pie, all with a military theme?

Can you come up with a one-word clue for joy and snail? How about for horse and earth? In this cooperative word game, that’s exactly what you may have to do.

You have landed on the shores of a new, undiscovered country. Strike out into this new world, build settlements, and explore. But beware: for here be dragons and your fellow explorers may turn against you as well.

Help Buttercup to escape from the shrieking eels, Westley to climb the cliffs of insanity, and true love to win in the end. In The Princess Bride Adventure Book Game from Ravensburger, players must work their way through six chapters in the adventure book.

Do you know the colors of the A-Team van or America’s oldest military medal? In Color Brain, published by Big Potato Games, players must answer questions focusing on colors.

You can’t really allow a policy to pass that would put a rollercoaster in every national park, can you? As senators you must band together to launch a filibuster and block absurd policies from passing.

Wingspan designer Elizabeth Hargrave returns with this set collection and unit movement game that provides many choices in a few, simple actions.

Roll the dice and count up the total quickly! But even rolling might not be so easy, as the number of fingers you can use becomes fewer and fewer.

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