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Merriam-Webster's dictionary defines [shuffle](http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/shuffle) as a verb "to rearrange to produce a random order."
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Compatible tile laying boardgames that use a common rule set derived from 4th edition Dungeons and Dragons.
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Adapations of boardgames to different platforms (such as computers and mobile devices), as well as to new rules or specifications outside those provided by the designer (e.g. number of players outside…
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A standalone boardgame inspired by the popular Munchkin card game.
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the part of the game that is derived from chance factors represented by throws of coins, dice, etc.
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The closing part of the game when players make their final moves to try to win.
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Find a crew. Find a job. Keep Flying.
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a common pattern of moves that leads to a locally even result. Usually focused on the corners during the opening.
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Questions about playing games with children. Includes balancing versus adults, how to teach children specific games (or how to alter specific games to make them easier for children to play), and othe…
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a small-scale representation of a game element used in miniature wargames, role-playing games, and other tabletop games.
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a fast paced deckbuilding game designed by Magic Pro Tour champions Justin Gary, Rob Dougherty, and Brian Kibler, with artwork by Eric Sabee. Ascension is a deck-building game where playe…
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A popular tournament format for Bridge where each table plays with identical pre-set hands of cards.
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Sid Meier’s Civilization: The Board Game, based on the computer game Civilization IV and published in 2010. Not to be confused with the Avalon Hill board game Civilization (or its successor, Advanced…
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a step in game development where game components are first built for testing.
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a game played with specialty cards where players take turns playing cards to a central pile, matching color or rank with the top card there in a race to empty their h…
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A 2-versus-2 variant of Magic: The Gathering in which the players on each team share a life total and take turns together, though still with separate decks.
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a highly strategic game for 2 to 5 players. Each player chooses one of 14 different races and develops their civilization during 6 rounds. The game takes about 40 minutes per player.
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Psychology (in the BCG sense) refers to how players feel about a game as the game is played.
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A social game that can support large numbers of players. The villagers try to destroy the werewolves before they kill the entire village, but no one knows whose who... Also called Mafia.
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a deduction game for 3 to 6 detectives who race to solve a murder. (45-minute playtime)
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Computer AI covers the algorithms that govern the way a computer plays board games.
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A very old 2-player game with checkers played on a board with 24 "points." The object is to move (based on dice rolls) all your checkers past points controlled by your opponent, and ultimately off the…
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an expansion to the roleplaying deduction game Battlestar Galactica.
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A cooperative game where players play the role of investigator trying to stop the Elder Gods from ravaging the Earth.
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A cooperative game of fire rescue.
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Steve Jackson's game of international conspiracies. Of course the Vatican is being controlled by the Post Office!
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a trick-based card game where the players compete against each other to avoid taking Hearts and the Queen of Spades.
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a lighthearted game based on The Terror of the French Revolution. Players fill the role of rival executioners, competing to collect the heads of the most presti…
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A variant for Magic:The Gathering in which one player creates a "cube" of cards a portion of which are used in a draft.
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a strategy board game by Martin Wallace published in 2002 by Warfrog Games on license from Winsome Games. The game depicts the development of railroads in the United States, as well as…
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A 2-player card game similar in spirit to the Cities and Knights expansion to Settlers of Catan. A redesign of the Catan Card Game, Rivals for Catan offers different themed decks to allow players to c…
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Players race to get rid of all their cards by 'melding' groups that are all of the same rank, or of consecutive ranks in the same suit.
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Puerto Rico's card-driven little brother. Players choose from various roles to try to create the most impressive buildings in the city of San-Juan. This game is shorter than Puerto Rico, playing in a…