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Brain Games brings to the table a challenging, cooperative puzzle party game that also features an engaging competitive mode.

Pictures is a 3-5 player party game where players will use varying sets of items to depict one of 16 images in the hopes their companions can figure out what picture they are crafting.

Compete to create the most fabulous latte art and win the judges with your expertly poured brew!

It is the elephant festival, and you must draft colorful elephant tiles and play them to your tableau, in an attempt to create large groupings of single colors and lots of elephants.

Who will be the new head of the family? Bid on plots of land, mines, and the family ranch — the player with the most money at the end of the game will lead the family.

Who will be on your team? A sheriff? An orc? A vampire? The last team standing is the winner in this light, fast-playing skirmish game.

ALDR: The High Sage has players competing to form four different patterns of elements, by playing cards onto the communal tableau. You must keep in mind which elements beat which if you hope to thwart your opponents and meet your goals.

Blurble is a party game in which a card is flipped and players race to come up with a word that starts with the same letter as the item shown on that card.

Your expedition on this island may be your last, as the volcano erupts, leaving your team with limited time to cut your way through the jungle and reach the safety of your boat.

Collect treasures and ancient antiquities. Assemble matching groups and rare sets to score the most points!

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