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Roll dice to create runs and sets to earn money, acquire stocks and assets, diversify or go all in on one industry. But be careful, because some bad biz news might just wipe you out!

Raging T-Rexes, insidious cats, and steam giants! Creatures of all sorts duke it out in this card game of fast-paced, intense combat.

Build three gardens, but choose carefully which cards you add to them, as you can only add cards to each that are higher or lower than any card already played there.

From Japanese publisher itten comes a game about taming wild dogs in the distant past. Collect meat from the fire to feed the dogs and win their affection, and use charcoal and flames to fend off attacks from the more vicious members of the pack

Take off from Earth, learning new technologies and staking claims in far-flung planets in this worker placement and resource management game from first-time designer Dennis K. Chan.

A 2016 Mensa Select Winner published by Blue Orange Games, New York 1901 is a challenging game of building and planning ahead.

Dig up sites, defeat monsters, and conduct research in this deck building, resource management, and worker placement mashup from husband and wife duo Elwen and Min. 

Draw and place a tile or connect your colored spaces on the board with birds. The player with the most birds on the board by the end of the game wins!

Moriarty has set bombs throughout the city. Sherlock’s trusted allies must rush to defuse them, but two among you are not to be trusted…

Work together to tell a fantasy story of characters going on an epic quest…or at least a quest of some sort. How epic it is all depends on you!

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