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Gamewright

There’s love in the family, and the family is in danger, and there’s danger in the house. What comes next that the house can fit into?

Published by Gamewright Games, In a Pickle is a light party game for two-to-six players, all about making connections between words, with nouns that can fit inside each other.

A fantastic flip-and-write, Metro X is a clever puzzle that will leave you wanting to try again as soon as you reach the end.

Super Mega Lucky Box is a "flip and write" game where each player fills in spaces on individual cards using a dry erase marker. Each player begins the game with 3 scoring cards and obtains more throughout the course of the game. During each round, 9 number cards are flipped from a face-down deck and each player simultaneously crosses out a large number matching the flipped card on one of their scoring cards (sort of like BINGO). When you complete a row or column on your scoring card, you earn a bonus.

Shift the tiles to complete the patterns on your cards; but you must choose wisely which cards you score and which you use to move the tiles.

The sequel to Gamewright’s Dragonwood, Dragonrealm takes you beyond the forest to new locations and challenges.

Players use cards to create sets of colors, numbers, or runs, which determines how they attempt to capture a location. The number of cards you play determines how many dice you get to roll and the probability of success. 

Players take turns, flipping cards one at a time, looking for matches, and being ready to race their opponents to claim a pair. Your match might be stolen though if a third card is drawn from the deck that matches that design: so watch out!

Draft a die each turn and pass the remaining dice to the player on your left, as you collect sushi to score points at the end of the round. There are five different types of dice, each with their own unique scoring. Use menu tokens to reroll dice and chopsticks to swap dice with other players.

Winner of the 2008 Mensa Select award, Tiki Topple is a game of hidden information, hand management, and board manipulation. Each turn, manipulate the tikis on the board as you try to maneuver your tikis to top position.

Players are competing for donuts, drafting them simultaneously from the donut row. But if two or more players go after the same donut, no one gets it and it’s immediately discarded.

Each round is fast and the simulations gameplay keeps everyone involved. The rules are also quite simple and easy to teach, and could easily be played by families (though everyone is likely to want a donut afterwards!).

It's the whimsical game of luck and quick decisions where everyone plays at once! Call out a number from 1 to 100 and roll the symbol die. Then all players write that number in the matching column on their score sheets. The key is that numbers must be placed in ascending order, so plot carefully or you’ll get boxed out! Be the first to complete a column and you rank above the rest!

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