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Only one can inherent the title of Master by learning strength, agility, wisdom, and honor. But be careful, your greatest weakness may be your undoing.

Will you craft a whale? Or use it to make yourself a rabbit? Which creature’s power will serve you best right now while also scoring big during the end game?

The veggies and the meats are going to war! With crackers, beans, spoons, and pans, they’re ready to fight.

Collect pigments, manuscripts, and forbidden tomes, as you compete to create the most splendid monastery library in Medieval Europe.

The latest from Scott Caputo is a real-time tile placement game where players are challenged with meeting goals by crafting their own colorful cities.

Merlin has invited you to a competition of wizards. Capture chimeras and enclose centaurs, in a competition of wit and strategy.

Each player is mayor of their own village, which has unfortunately become infested with werewolves. Try to rid your town of them, or at least have fewer than your opponents, in order to win the game.

Dark forces are gathering at the citadel. Will you gather a band of companions and set out for victory? Or will you be met by defeat?

The library is ablaze and books of magic and myth are threatened by the raging fire. Save all the literature you can in this press-your-luck game. 

From Sushi Go and Imhotep designer Phil Walker-Harding comes a brand new flip-and-write game of seeking buried treasure.