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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.

Amalgam is both nicely strategic and extremely easy to learn.
 
In the center of the table there is a grid of six-by-six cards that are laid out face up. Corner cards make up each of the four corners, while the remaining cards come from the deck of ingredient and spell cards.
 

Dominoes with a kingdom building twist. Each turn, connect a new domino to your existing kingdom, making sure at least one of its sides connects to a matching terrain type already in play. The game mechanics for obtaining the tiles is clever: the order of who picks first depends on which tile was previously chosen. Make sure to secure tiles with crowns- these royal treasures help to multiply the worth of your kingdom at the end of the game!

Six making is the next evolution of chess! The rules are simple: Your goal is to build a tower of six or more disks with your color on top. On your turn, you will either start a new tower by adding a piece to the board, or capture an existing tower by moving another in play. The twist is that each tower moves like a different chess piece, based on the number of disks in that tower.
 

You are a team of adventurers – trapped in a cursed temple.

Together you must activate the magic gems in the temple chambers in order to banish the curse. Look out for one another. Some tasks can be accomplished only as a team – and you have only 10 minutes before the temple collapses!

Escape is a cooperative real-time game, that is not played in rounds. Instead, each player rolls as quickly and as often as he can with his five dice.
 

Have you ever played a fun game that was ultimately the same each playthrough? Yeah, it might change a bit from group to group, but eventually, it just starts gathering dust on the shelf.

Enter PWNs, the game with so many different possibilities, strategies, and combinations and character placement that no game can ever be alike.

Wakanda is a 2 player totem pole building game. Your objective is to build and claim the totem poles worth the most points at the end of the game. Each turn, you will have to choose between increasing the value of one of the available totem poles, or claiming it as your own. Totems only score points if you can also claim the corresponding village tiles. So play smart, and build totem poles that will honor the old gods.

The research teams are outfitted and ready to embark on their adventures to find five forgotten cities. Who will lead the way to fantastic discoveries?

Each player guides a team of explorers on up to five expeditions. To advance along an expedition path, a card in the path’s color must be played for each step forward. The card must be of equal or greater value to the player’s card previously played on that path.

Carved into the crags of the mist-shrouded mountains of ancient Japan lies the ancient shrine of Onitama. Masters of the Arts journey there with their promising disciples, to prove their superiority in battle.

Onitama is an elegant and simple game which captures the essence of martial arts.

Explore! Discover! Sabotage!

Join the Golden Age of Archeology! Compete with your rival colleagues to become the most revered archeologist in the world. Use seas, mountains, and airports to connect your dig sites to your base camp. Collect valuable artifacts and out with your opponents in this easy-to-learn strategic, tile-laying game.

Beware the mummy! 

Two Kahuna – ancient sorcerers of the Pacific – compete for dominance on an archipelago consisting of twelve small islands. Using their magic and wisdom, they struggle for control of the islands. They anxiously await the cards handed to them by fate. But when the time is right, they move to capture one, two, or even more islands, trying to gain the upper hand.

At the mercy of the magical powers of the South Seas, they quickly realize that even the best magic is no good without strategy.

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