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Card Game

A game that primarily uses cards as the basis for gameplay.

Published by Helvetiq, Kinoko (which is Japanese for ‘mushroom’) is a 20-minute, 2-4 player game about moving cards around and trying to figure out where everything is, all while avoiding the forbidden mushroom.

Take a trip back to summer camp, earn badges, master new skills, and enjoy a wonderful, summer experience in this lightweight deck-builder.

The evil mastermind has died and you, his faithful underlings, are divvying up his supervillain empire in a bid to become the next big mastermind! Each turn, take five cards and divide them into two groups. The player at your side will choose one and leave you the other. While they're choosing their cards, you'll be selecting a set passed to you by your other adjacent player.

Weave a tale in this bidding, card collection game that features rich and unique artwork. Bid using lore chips to collect theme cards to craft your tales (Nature, Energy, and Spirit). In the end, you score only the tale with the lowest total value.

There’s love in the family, and the family is in danger, and there’s danger in the house. What comes next that the house can fit into?

Published by Gamewright Games, In a Pickle is a light party game for two-to-six players, all about making connections between words, with nouns that can fit inside each other.

Subastral is an elegant and simple card game, with simple rules but a layered scoring system that makes each choice challenging.

This challenging cooperative card game is all about reading your partners, taking calculated risks, and going with the flow.

Balance your ecosystem and eleven different scoring requirements, in a beautiful little card drafing game full of nature and animals.

A cooperative trick-taking game that is also a sequel to The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine. Players must work together to ensure the right players win each trick, while being unable to talk about their cards.

In this trick-taking secret roles game, your role changes every round and only one player will emerge victorious.

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