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The 2nd Dominion expansion, built around the theme of making choices.
A Chinese rummy-like game played with tiles. Depending on the version being played the tiles consist of suits (Bamboo, Crack, and Dots) of 10 tiles each, Winds (North, South, East, and West), Dragons …
Tips and tricks for board and card game storage, particularly custom or after-market storage methods for games with an inadequate native storage method or whose storage method is large and/or cumberso…
a fast-paced, cooperative dice game of supernatural intrigue. Players take the roles of investigators racing against time to stave off the imminent return of the Ancient Ones. Investigat…
The first expansion to Catan. Players can now build ships to expand their horizons and take on whatever new challenges may await them across the sea...
a series of epic empire-building games of interstellar conflict, trade, and struggle for power. This tag is for the entire series of the game. Please add the the version specifi…
Like a miniature version of pool, in carrom (2-4 players, 60 minutes) players use their fingers to flick the striker at the carrom-men in a race to sink all the men of their color and finally the red …
A trick-taking card game, similar to Whist, in which Spades are trumps. Players bid the number of tricks they expect to make from the hand and then aim to make at least that number.
An asymmetrical role-playing boardgame where a team of adventurers cooperate to battle through dungeons against whatever threats the overlord throws against them.
A card game similar to Contract Rummy for two - six players. The aim is to complete 10 melds in sequence.
A stand-alone expansion for Ticket to Ride set in Europe. A bit more complexity is added in the form of train stations and tunnel routes.
Eclipse can be played by 2-6 Players (base game) and places you in control of a vast interstellar civilization, competing for success with its rivals. You will explore new star systems, research techn…
The physical pieces used in a game. They may include things common to many games (like dice), or things relating only to the particular game.
the art of responding to specific situations as they appear and choosing the best course of action
Refers to objects outside of a game that can help with game play, maintenance, storage, or creation.
A cooperative game where 2-4 players try to escape a mysterious island after saving its four treasures. But the island sinks deeper with every step the adventurers take... Playtime: 30 minutes.
for guidance around usage of Magic: The Gathering cards with a face on both sides, such as in-game rules or tournament handling expectations. Please also tag with [magic-the-gathering].
The 5th Dominion expansion, built around the theme of big money and big actions.
A card game commonly played in casinos pitting each player against the dealer in a partial-information competition to collect cards totaling as close to 21 as possible without going over.
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…
Some Magic: the Gathering expansions and/or promotional cards are printed without the explicit intention to be playable in any formats, like the Un-Sets (Unglued, Unhinged, Unstable), or the Happy Hol…
A version of Pandemic involving persistent gameplay, including permanently altering the board and tearing up cards. Questions and answers which reveal changes and other hidden content should use spoil…
Questions about different editions or versions of the same game.
For questions about Magic: The Gathering's Competitive REL (Rules Enforcement Level), used at major tournaments and competitive events (for example Pro Tour Qualifiers and Grand Prix Day 1).
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. Not to be co…
a social deduction game for 5-10 players where they must unmask the traitors in their midst in order to successfully complete 3 of 5 missions against the oppressive empire.
For questions about sources of mana, balancing colors of mana, and the amount of mana sources to include in a deck.
Game based on the traditional Middle-Eastern game of Okey. You try to get rid of all your tiles by forming numbers into runs of 3 or more, or groups of 3-4 of a kind. Played tiles become communal and …
a trick-taking card game commonly played with four people in two partnerships with a deck of 24 standard playing cards. After the deal a suit is chosen as the trump suit, with the cards of …
A cooperative board game where a group of mercenaries take on monsters in dungeon crawls linked by an RPG-like campaign.
The average or "normal" time it takes to play a game. Some games have play times that vary widely from one game from the next. Others have a structured sequence of events that keep play times within r…
a game designed for 3 or more players. The game-play emphasizes the interactions between the players. Each player represents an alien race that must establish bases in the system…
an expansion for Saboteur by Frederic Moyersoen, which first appeared in 2004 from Amigo Spiel. Each player takes on the role of a gold-digging dwarf or a saboteur who wants to hinder ex…
An expansion for Pandemic that adds new challenges like mutating diseases and one player becoming a bio-terrorist. Also allows for play with 5 people.
a post-apoclyptic cooperative survival game. The players each control a group of survivers that are part of the same colony. They work together to achieve a main…