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How far can you make your money go? Tear off pieces and find out! Will you be able to cover more objects than your opponents before it’s all gone?

Play as Thanos seeking the infinity stones, or Ultron as he brings about destruction. Published by Ravensburger and designed by Prospero Hall, Marvel Villainous: Infinite Power puts you in the shoes of Marvel villains.

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ElevatorUp is a light, family-friendly card game about being the first to ditch all your cards. Designed by seventeen-year-old Harrison Brooks, it’s quick to learn and plays fast.

The Game: Quick & Easy is the latest variant in this line of card games published by Pandasaurus Games and designed by Steffen Benndorf. It’s a challenging cooperative game with limited communication.

Trapped on a space station filled with enemies and threats, you break your way out of the detention center and must make your way through the station to find your ship.

From Big Potato Games, Disney Sketchy Tales is a family-friendly drawing game about drawing a prompt, seeing how another player interprets it, and discovering how it evolves as it works its way around the table.

A 2020 Kinderspiel des Jahres nominee, Robots is about learning to understand other players and how they perceive time, while guessing how far the robot has traveled.

In this real-time puzzle game, quickly slide the electrons around your board to match the patterns shown on the cards in the center of the table.

Alice is once more in Wonderland, and this time she is the suspect of a string of murders. Can you help her clear her name and save her from Mrs. Minus and her civil serpents?

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