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Two teams of codebreakers compete to crack the other team’s codes while correctly identifying their own. Each team has a series of code words each associated with a number. Every round, a member of your team will draw a card with three numbers on it and must give clues associated with the code words, to help your team guess the numbers. Be careful! The other team is listening to your clues and will have a chance to guess the number as well.

Players take on a series of mini games in a randomly generated dungeon that will have them balancing dice, testing their dexterity, rolling fast, and taking on other similar challenges in a bid to beat the clock in the cooperative party 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 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.

 

Cops are bursting through the door and the only way to avoid arrest is to snag a phony ID card and make sure your story checks out.

Pass around the wallet, slip cards in and out, and when the round ends, see if your ID is right and you can’t escape with some cash in hand.

Drop your piece and hope it lands true, in this simple yet challenging game that’s played with a vertical 3D board. If your piece doesn’t following the dropping rules you won’t score any points, while the higher piece the more points its worth.

A game that tests your speed! Players take turns flipping over two cards at a time. As soon as a player’s cards makes certain matches, everyone races to grab the right nuts in the center of the table. Depending on the nut, the slowest player may have to place cards under their scoring tile, or the fastest player may get to choose who has to place cards under their tile.

A 2018 Spiel des Jahres nominee, Luxor has players making their way through an Egyptian tomb to reach the sarcophagus. Each player controls a certain number of meeples, unlocking more as they make their way further along the board. The board itself is randomly built each time you play, and players score points for items they collect as they go and how far each meeple makes it into the tomb.

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