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Bezier Games mixes word guessing games with social deduction in a new kind of Werewolf game, that won’t feel quite like any you’ve played before.

In Hardback, word-building meets deck-building, and players have to count their pennies in order to buy new letters to create new words, to earn prestige, and move up in the world of books.

There are yetis and avalanches, oxygen to manage and perilous heights, and you don’t even know where the summit is. Will you beat the others in a race to the top or be left behind?

Calliope’s press-your-luck game puts you in the role of a mountain climber in this casual dice game about overcoming the odds and the mountain.

One Night Ultimate Werewolf takes the classic social deduction party game that can last for hours and synthesizes it into a quick ten minute experience. With twelve roles and limited time, will the wolves be hunted or the village destroyed?

Fan of puzzles? Enjoying racing other players against the clock? You have nine rounds to solve the most puzzles, collect the most gems, and win Ubongo.

Help each other through the monster infested city, but only for as long as it is in your best interests. There’s only room for one person on the last helicopter out of town and you'll want to claim it for yourself!

One cult was founded when its creator got lost in the woods, stumbled on a super volcano, and decided that it was the portal to the land of chocolate. The other cult believes unicorns lurk at the bottom of a children’s ball pit and has their own theme song all about it. But which cult has the best secret greeting?

The Siblings Trouble sends you into Ancient Forests and Abandoned Junkyards as a group of adventurous kids. Can you stop the Queen of Atlantis or the Bloated Spider?

A 2015 Spiel des Jahres Nominee, The Game is devilishly simple. It will take you minutes to learn, but so much longer to beat!

Players are skiers, with rockets attached to their skis, and they’re racing down a mountain. Unfortunately you have to contend with both a yeti and an avalanche on your way down!

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