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Board Game

A game that primarily uses a board or board-like components (such as tiles) as the basis for gameplay.

One player will score based on the animals on the tiles, while the other player will score based on their colors. On your turn move one tile and then place a new one on the board. Try to make large groups of tiles with matching scoring features in order to win the game.

Draft tiles and build a city that reaches to the clouds, laying walkways between your towers and earning more points for the longer they are.

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 the first ‘flick-and-write’ game, explore the beauty of the desert as you flick discs and compete in four different areas, each with their own unique scoring rules.

From Bicycle, Exchange has players secretly selecting which assets they want to buy or sell each round, while also manipulating the values of the assets. Choices are revealed simultaneously, so players must try to predict what other players will do, while trying to buy low and sell high.

Gods Love Dinosaurs, published by Pandasaurus Games, has players trying to balance the prey, predators, and dinosaurs of their worlds so as to be able to sustain life while also filling it with dinosaurs.

Each turn either claim a lot of land or demolish a skyscraper you built on a previous turn to replace it with something better, and then build! Keep an eye on which streets will score you extra points at the end of the game for having the most buildings on them and take into account the bonus objectives in order to win the game.

Strategically move dice around the board so that you can capture them and create combos to score victory points. Keep an eye out on your opponents, however, as they can steal dice from under you, and bonus points are awarded at the end of the game for having the most dice in each color.

This abstract strategy game calls on you to use one of your five senses often underutilized in gaming: can your sense of touch lead you to victory as you place pieces on the board and attempt meet one of the various victory conditions?

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.

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