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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.

A family friendly auction game in which players must bid for plots of land, competing to fulfill shared and secret objectives, earn bonus tokens, and come out on top with the most money in order to be named the new head of the family.

Step into the role of explorers in Wayfinders, where you take to skies and connect far flung islands through flight and airports.

Players must work together to hunt down an elusive creature, but in the end only one of you will have the glory of the find, so be careful not to give too much information away.

In Loony Quest, each player has thirty seconds to draw on their transparent screens, using lines, circles and dots to complete objectives. Then lay the screens over the game board to check how accurate you were. Play through six levels, and the player with the most points at the end wins the game.

Visit far off locations to gather artifacts from around the world, but choose wisely where you send your archaeologist, because you won’t know until the end of the game what the artifacts from each location are worth.

In a post apocalyptic world, players race against the clock (and sometimes each other) to roll dice, collect resources, and claim territories.

Explore in the first half of the game, landing on islands, spreading out settlers, and founding villages. During the second half, players will spread out from the villages they placed in the first half, connecting islands, gathering resources, and blocking other players.

In New York Slice, one player slices the pizza and the other players choose their portions. Once all the pizzas are gone, players score based on the slices they’ve collected and the pepperoni they ate!  

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.

 

At the beginning of each round, dice are randomly rolled and distributed on the board. On your turn you place a pawn around the edge of the board, and select a number one through six. You then collect any dice showing that number in your pawn's line of sight, and use these dice to fill jars and score points.

 

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