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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.

Collect marbles to create magical potions, each with a special ability you can use once to help you during the game. Marbles are selected from a dispenser. If matching marbles collide after one has been removed, a potion explosion occurs!

Winner of our Best Casual Game of 2018 award, Welcome To… takes the rolling out of roll and writes, using cards to bring more strategic choices to the genre.

Players are city planners and each turn must choose from one of three sets of house number and special effect to add to their plan of a neighborhood. House numbers must be lined up in ascending order, so placement is everything!

A Tetris-like puzzle game that will have you thinking spatially in a way that few other board games do.

Players stack oddly shaped number tiles, following a small selection of placement rules, and score points based on how high up their stack easy number.

Each player must work with two partners to create two cities. Building one with the player on your left hand and one with the player on your right, you place a tile in each of your cities every round.. But be careful, only the city worth the least points will score you points at the end of the game.

Each player takes on the role of one of six iconic Disney villain, and competes to be the first to complete their personal objective and become the most dastardly villain of them all. Will you be King John as he tries to get richer? Ursula as she seeks to take over the ocean? Or Jafar in his quest for the lamp?

Players are bees, racing to roll dice in this real time dice game with tile placement elements.

Each flower you win goes into your hive, but placement is key as only matching flowers adjacent to each other will score points at the end of the 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.

Bidding, drafting, and tile placement, come together in this board game about building stations and shipping goods.

Using historical logos and real life cities, Railroad Rivals taps into the history of railroads, as players compete to create a railroading empire.

 

Players place and move stones on a board of various sizes, trying to complete a line from one side of the board to the other created by their pieces.

A cooperative real time game with minimum communication. Players control four heroes as they race through the magical mall to steal equipment and make it for the exits. Only catch: each player only has a limited number of actions they can make a hero do, so players must work together, pooling their various actions in order to complete the heist while only being allowed to talk occasionally.

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