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Build the hole and then take a swing! Choose your golf clubs (dice) carefully and hope for a little bit of luck, to reach the green before your opponents.

Collect bunches of bananas, store them in your crate, secret cards away in your hammock, and send monkeys after your opponents!

Take turns building your pie, piece by piece, keeping an eye out for scoring combinations and decorations.

Nuts N Guts has its own take on poker, with streamlined cards and some additional wild cards with special abilities to mix things up. Currently on Kickstarter, it’s light, fast, and features its own unique art style and humor.

Sell your food at breweries, concerts, and game conventions. Outwit your competitors to make the most money!

Envoys, mercenaries, and empaths: use each card’s special ability to build your chain or sabotage your opponent’s, while unexpected events change the rules of the game or throw unexpected challenges in your path.

A unique combination of memory game and press-your-luck, dice-based combat, 13 Monsters is about building an assortment of monsters, stealing others from your opponents, and competing to become the ultimate beast master.

Work together to defeat the three witches with the aid of Binx the cat. However, due to the powers of the witches, communication is limited so you have to play carefully if you hope to survive Halloween night.

How far can you make your money go? Tear off pieces and find out! Will you be able to cover more objects than your opponents before it’s all gone?

Play as Thanos seeking the infinity stones, or Ultron as he brings about destruction. Published by Ravensburger and designed by Prospero Hall, Marvel Villainous: Infinite Power puts you in the shoes of Marvel villains.

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