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Strategy game for two players, said to date from Roman times. Played on a board of intersecting lines, players alternately place or move one of their nine men (counters) to complete rows of three.
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A card game where players compete to be the disease that manages to eliminate humanity
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a mysterious skeletal robot-like race that have lain dormant and largely unknown by the other races of the universe for sixty four million years, and are reemergi…
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a game where 2 to 6 people assume the role of powerful ship owners in the 16th century competing to become the first to gather a fortune in doubloons or commodities brought from the Am…
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Real-world brand-themed Monopoly variant.
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An competitive exploration / negotiation game for 3 or 4 players. Each player assumes control of a race of space explorers and harvests resources, negotiates trades and avoids space pirates to be the …
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A secret movement game set in a futuristic world.
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A card based version of the popular settlers of catan where dice have been removed and all game mechanics are based on luck of the deck rather then luck of the dice.
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A card-drafting game where players compete to have the best combination of sushi dishes.
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A two-player board game by The Cunning Artificer set in the world of Terry Pratchett's Discworld
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Monster slug-a-thon game where players move units around, recruit terrain-based troops, and beat up each other for world domination.
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one in which players can or must play on teams with other players. A team game has cooperative elements (players can cooperate with other players on the same team) but differs from a f…
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A board game set in the Japanese Sengoku or “Warring States” Period where players compete to become Shogun.
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a very broad Go term. It usually refers to special configurations of stones. A shape is "good" when it is efficient in its purpose.
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Get rid of the rats and go for the cats! In Rat-a-Tat Cat, less is always better, and you want to go out with the lowest score. Can you remember the numbers on the other players' cards? Can you keep a…
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a fantasy flight board game with mechanics based on their popular Talisman board game
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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 2-player strategy game played on a 4x4 board with 16 unique pieces. Each piece is either dark/light, short/tall, round/square, and flat/hole-on-top. Players place pieces until a row of four is creat…
A two-player strategy board game invented by Swiss mathematician Blaise Müller.
A word game described as "verbal Battleships" in which players use a grid to deduce an opponent's word
An abstract strategy game where players compete to advance their pawn to the opposite end of the board.
A 2013 tile placement game where players compete to create the greatest country over several generations.
A card game where players try to rid their hand of cards that have the numbers 1-5 represented as numerals, fingers on a hand, or spelled out in various languages.
A stock-trading game where players attempt to influence the value of stocks and become the richest player.
A bidding game in which players make a profit by bringing in legal goods and smuggling illicit goods past the Sheriff.
A cooperative Western-themed dungeon-crawl game.
A resource selling game in which players attempt to make a profit off of Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme.
a fast 5- or 6-card point-trick game of the marriage type for 2–4 players, played with 20 or 24 cards.
A superhero miniatures game set in the world of the Sentinels of the Multiverse card game.