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Randy Flynn’s tile-laying phenomenon is the latest puzzler in Flatout Games’s growing oeuvre.

Defeat vicious monsters, acquire allies, and gain honor in order to emerge victorious in this tight, two-player deck-builder.

Choose a character and decide whether to play them as a hero or villain. Will you control dark magic? Enjoy super speed? Or execute vigilante justice?

The Reiner Knizia set collection classic gets updated in this release from 25th Century Games.

Playing one number card at a time, try to manipulate the numbers on the table to complete all the goals before you run out of cards.

This recent entry in the Exit series ditches most of the riddle cards and instead has you solve puzzles spread throughout a series of posters, each featuring a different world that you must travel to.

The latest in the Drop series from Scott R. Smith and Phase Shift Games, Drop Drive places players in the captain's chair to secure the most credits for completing various tasks in this 20-30 minute pick-up-and-deliver game.

One plus eight is easy. But when a timer is ticking, and the next number played has to be higher than the previous, and you can only play odds, it gets a lot more complicated to keep those calculations going in your head.

Published by Stone Blade Entertainment and Ultra PRO, Shards of Infinity is a deck-builder that manages to pack an impressive amount of depth and strategy into a simple ruleset and thirty-minute play time.

Build your city, filling it with skyscrapers and utilities. But be sure to create the perfect layout, or else those features might end up counting against your final score!

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