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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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an expansion for Arkham Horror.
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an expansion for Arkham Horror.
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A game (2-4 players, 30 minutes) geared toward children in which players race to the Candy Castle by drawing color cards to see how far they can move. Often cited as an example of a luck-based game wi…
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an expansion for Carcassonne.
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A game based upon Carcassonne but set during the early settlement of the United States.
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A game set in the War of 1812 in a harbor location, pitting a larger invading British fleet against a smaller American flotilla backed by defenses such as shore batteries and mines.
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A game where 1-4 players play as shipwrecked characters who try to survive and escape from an island. Shall players manage to be rescued, the one who is able to tell the best story of survival and adv…
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A auction-based boardgame from Days of Wonder, in which players bid on illicit cargos at exotic ports. By making sets of cargo types it is possible to gain victory points. It has cool little boats.
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a one-against-many adventure board game.
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a worker-placement game where architects compete to contribute the most to building a castle and its surrounding town.
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Cuba prior to the revolution: Under turbulent circumstances, the villages of the island strive for independent wealth and influence. Who can buy and sell his products and goods on the domestic market …
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Card game with the object to be the first to lose all cards.
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a tabletop dexterity game commonly played by 2 or 4 players. Crokinole is played by players taking turns "flicking" wooden discs from the perimeter to the center of a Crokinole board. Po…
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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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an area control game set in Terry Pratchett's Discworld.
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an area control game set in Terry Pratchett's Discworld, specifically Lancre, and is focused on the witches characters.
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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 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 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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A space exploration and colonization deck building game.
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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 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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Players place stones on a board of squares until one of them gets five in a row, column, or diagonal.
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A traditional board game in which players players compete to reach the final square on a spiral track.
A cooperative game based on the video game of the same name.
on the table in such position that every player can easily grab them. The top card of the deck is flipped over and according to the items displayed on the card the players have to grab …