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a tactical game for 2-4 players from Finnish designer Touko Tahkokallio. At the beginning of the game, each player receives a small, unprotected principality. Over three epochs the vario…
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a board used to play Go. It is typically made of wood and contains a grid of 19x19 lines.
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a climbing game for 2-3 players in the same family as Zheng Fen and Big Two. It borrows and recombines elements from its parent games (card combinations, bombs, scoring for cards in hand, s…
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Named for the Japanese word for "fireworks" — is a cooperative game in which players try to create the perfect fireworks show by placing the cards on the table in the right order.
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The Great Museum Caper (2-4 players, 30 minutes) pits 1 player (the thief) against the rest, who cooperate in trying to catch him before he can steal 3 paintings.
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a Go game record. It is usually written by putting the ordered moves on a sheet of paper with a grid of 19x19 lines.
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A bluffing game where each player rolls and conceals a set of dice and then bids on the value of their roll.
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A strategy board game that involves a careful planning of gaining resources and acquiring characters with different skills.
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A strategy board game for 2-5 players in which players take on the role of merchants and their assistants.
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A Go move, usually in the opening, that jumps along the side from an existing friendly stone (or wall), leaving a space between them and staying within one line of previous stone's height.
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Questions about do-it-yourself aspects of board and card gaming: questions about expanding published games, making gaming supplies, or modifying commercially bought games to extend their life or make …
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A space exploration and colonization deck building game.
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a board game about elves trying to visit the twenty cities on the board. Players lay down different transport tiles (dragons, unicorns, trollwagons, etc.) to create a path they can follow…
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A worker placement game where players compete to make the most profit by breeding and selling monsters.
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a character-based game where players explore a cave by laying down tiles, and try to escape with as much treasure as possible.
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a competitive board game where players select a character, then slay the denizens of the dungeon and get out with as much treasure as possible. Players can cooperate, but only one perso…
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A "nomic" card game: make it up as you go along! Create new cards, new rules, and new ways to win as you play. Start with a small set of cards, and add a new card at any time with the consent of your…
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Go played on a 13x13 sized board.
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The quality of games able be played properly by people with disabilities such as visual, motor or cognitive.
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A game of early civilization development, from the development of agriculture to the bronze age. Each player competes to advance his civilization, gaining territory, skills, sciences, and culture.
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an expansion for Arkham Horror.
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an expansion for Arkham Horror.
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A board game where players take the role of competing species, trying to propagate their genome by out-evolving the other players and splitting into multiple species to fill in different ecological ni…
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A fantasy miniatures game involving slaying the vampire lord and becoming the ruling guild of Arcadia
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a board game in which players take on the role of different early hominids, competing to see who will evolve into the dominant one. This is another game in the American Megafauna se…