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Choose a number from zero to five and hope you manage to outwit your opponents. Only the player who chooses the highest unique number will get to perform an action this round, with the number chosen determining that action!

OuiSi (meaning Yes Yes in French and Spanish and pronounced "we-see") is a game all about making connections, in shapes, images, colors, and ideas across an array of photographs.

What sound do you make for a panda eating bamboo or a deep sea diver? You’ll have to decide, and hope other players agree with you, or risk losing points!

Lady Leona has died. All the guests have gathered, hoping to inherit from her will. But first, they’re going to have to hunt it down!

What is something hot that has a name which is two syllables long? Or something found on a desk that starts with the letter A?

How many answers can you come up with for a single category? It’s harder than you think when you’re up against a ten-second timer and can’t give an answer that starts with the same letter of an answer already given.

Packed into one small bag, Jabuka is a word game of rotating letter tiles and word stealing.

Which country has over 400 words for snow? What is Ronald McDonald called in Japan? Discuss the solution with the other players but don’t believe everything you hear.

The guide knows the word and the seekers must find it. But the seekers are the ones coming up with the clues, while the guide can only tell them if their clues fit — but not which ones.

In 1988, investigative reporter Andy Bailey was shot while pursuing a story. The case was never solved. Can you comb through witness statements, autopsy reports, and crime scene photos to find the killer all these years later?

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