Asmodee

Dixit meets cooperation in Mysterium, a gorgeous game about solving murders, speaking to the dead, and using your psychic powers.
 
One player is the ghost, using pictures as clues to help the other players figure out several dastardly murders.
 

In this game of imagination and creative guesswork, players take turns playing the storyteller, telling a brief story based on a picture card. As the storyteller, you select a card from your hand, play it facedown, and speak a word, phrase, or sentence represented by the picture. The others play facedown the picture card from their own hand which best represents, to them, what you’ve said. The cards are shuffled and revealed, and each player votes for the image that they think inspired the storyteller’s brief tale.

J.F.K. died after Joan of Arc, that’s for sure. He probably had the chance to see the original King Kong movie in theaters… but was he able to see Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon, or eat fast food?
 
These are the kinds of questions you’ll be faced with in Timeline. Each turn, you’ll play one of your cards. There is only one goal here; to correctly play all of your cards.

The players take the role of courtesans of the Nippon emperor and take on the role of caring for his Giant Panda by growing a bamboo plantation.

Their mission: to farm parcels of land, irrigate them, and grow green, yellow or pink bamboo. In turn, they see what the weather brings and perform two actions from among those offered to them: get a new plot of land or irrigation channel, grow bamboo, feed the panda or draw an objective card.