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Last-Second Quest is a real time game about racing to pack the right items for the quest and managing your inventory, with a little bit of story-telling when your opponents accuse you of trying to sneak along a forbidden item.

In El Maestro, one player attempts to draw images in the air with hand gestures while the other players try to copy these pictures with pen and paper.

Slide tools between the layers of the cake. Attempt to knock your opponents’ tools out, while avoiding your own. And be careful! The tools that are most visible at the end of the game will be confiscated by the guards.

Each player controls a tribe, dropping them through a cube tower, hoping they come out again to produce the resources they need to make advancements, develop tools, and add to their tribes.

 

Bumúntú has a theme inspired by African folklore. Move your pawn around the board, collecting animal tiles. The tile you begin your move on determines the movement options available to you.

 

When the zoo closes at night, the animals come out to play, frolic, and partake in kung fu tournaments. Who will be the mightiest warrior? The cheetah? The elephant or gorilla? Maybe the zebra!

In Kung-Fu Zoo, players flick dice into the arena, trying to knock each other into cages and hoping their dice roll good results.

Players take on a series of mini games in a randomly generated dungeon that will have them balancing dice, testing their dexterity, rolling fast, and taking on other similar challenges in a bid to beat the clock in the cooperative party game.

Players work together to discover the secret words hidden in a series of puzzles. One player has the answer key and must guide one or more players through the necessary steps in order to find the solution.

Keep an eye on the clock and learn to communicate with your teammates or be stuck in the lost temple forever.