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

Draft hexagonal terrains and animal species to create an ecosystem based on scoring cards and largest masses. Cascadia's drafting system and subsequent puzzle is a delightfully engaging design that is simple in practice, but can ramp up in difficulty based on any play group.

In Explorers, each player places 4 different landscape tiles into the frame of their individual game board, along with 3 scoring tiles. Landscape tiles show four different terrain types: grasslands, bodies of water, desert, and mountains. On your turn, you reveal a scroll, which indicates the landscapes you are allowed to cross off. The active player crosses off 3 spaces for the terrain type they choose, while other players can cross of 2 of the same type or 3 of the other type shown on the scroll.

Zoom around Barcelona, taking pictures of famous landmarks, beautiful skylines, and the occasional dragon

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.

Explore the world as you tour exotic destinations, collect souvenirs, and plot your way across the globe in order. Trekking the World has the feel of a traditional board game paired with the strategy and elegancy of modern gaming. 

Build your city, filling it with skyscrapers and utilities, but be sure to create the perfect layout, or those features might end up counting against your final score!

Designed by Phil Walker-Harding (Imhotep, Sushi Go!) and published by Blue Orange Games, Neoville is a tile-laying puzzle game about building nature-based cities.

Score points by playing tiles to create lines of matching colors. But leave no color behind, as your final score will be that of your lowest scoring color at the end of the game.

Umbra Via 

An asymmetrical board game in which one player takes on the role of the alien creature while everyone else are the stranded crewmates trying to hold out until rescue arrives.

Choose the direction to move the buyer and then roll the die. If he lands on an opponent’s rugs, you’ll have to pay. Then lay down a rug of your own! Whoever has the most money and rugs at the end of the game is the best rug seller (and the winner).

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