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A new party game from Blue Orange Games, Talent Show offers a mix of mechanics. It’s a word game, with drawing, miming, clue words, and even singing!

Sell paintings to markets and collectors to become a beloved master in this set collection card game from Florian Sirieix.

The Op’s newest drawing game presents you with a unique way to draw, as the person holding the marker doesn’t actually know what it is he’s trying to draw!

Curators combines worker action and tile placement in a glorious chain of economical gain as players try to win the coveted award for Museum of the Year.

The world is dying and magic is fading. Only by harnessing powerful artifacts will you be able to retain your powers. However, the artifacts are in short supply and you must compete against fellow magic users to claim them.

Published by Libellud and designed by the minds behind Obscurio, One Key is a cooperative clue giving and image interpretation game that seeks to minimize downtime and keep rounds moving quickly.

Players are forces of nature, working together to mold the earth according to their grand visions! However, each player has their own unique ideas for the planet.

Will your pack of hungry wolves dominate the forest or be reduced to scavenging what’s left behind by others?

Bite, claw, and intrigue your way through a literal animal kingdom with the help of kings, saints, and executioners.

Team UP! is a cooperative stacking game from Helvetiq, in which players work together to place as many blocks, as neatly as possible, onto a wood pallet.

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