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Would you rather be captain of your own space ship or be able to fly? Which would you miss more if they ceased to exist: bread or the smell of fresh rain?

Beautiful artwork, clever clue giving, and bunny meeples! Ten years old already, Dixit has inspired a number of excellent games since its release. But how well does it still hold up?

Self-dubbed "a party game where close counts," America doesn’t expect you to know all the answers — you just need to have a general idea, or guess that no one else has a clue either.

How do you say "Dude"? Is it like "dooode" or more like "dewd"? Maybe it just depends on the context. This new icebreaker party game series from North Star Games explores the many bodacious ways to express this word.

Sheeple is a new party game on Kickstarter about coming up with the same answers as other players, but hopefully not too many of the other players.

How abstract can you go and still be able to recognize a well-known figure or a beloved fictional character? Can you guess Steve Jobs from a handful of colors? Or can you create Lara Croft with just three?

A two person version of Codenames, Czech Games Edition's Duet has new rules and a progression system that forces players to alternate their strategies between games.

Which would you choose to defeat the cow king: a perky trident of prodding? Or a never-ending boomerang of poking?

Yellow, round, eat, and circle? Banana! Science, object, see, through, and sky? Telescope! Word Slam has two teams racing against each other to guess the right answer word.

Currently on Kickstarter, Bilder has you drawing cards, choosing from one of two options, and building what you chose. But it’s not always so easy, as your building skills will be put to the test with challenges and restrictions.

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