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A game set in a steampunk alternate 19th century where players try to prevent Ragnarök.
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…
Go played on a 13x13 sized board.
A collection of rails games that look deeply into both business decisions and running trains. Includes 1870, 1825, 1830, 1833, 1860, 1843, 18AL, 18EU, and others.
29 is a trick-taking trump-auction game in which the Jack and the Nine are the highest cards in every suit, named for the number of points available in each hand (although in many cases the point for …
7 Wonders (2-7 players (8 players with some extension packs), 30 minutes) is a card-based civilization development game. It's played from three decks representing three ages. Players draft then reveal…
In 2020, a second edition of the civilization development game 7 wonders was released with roughly the same rules as the initial game but small changes to the cards and wonders.
An expansion for 7 Wonders, which adds the Tower of Babel and Great Projects modules.
An expansion for 7 Wonders adding modules for the remains of cities
"7 Wonders: Duel" (2015) is a two-player board game from Antoine Bauza and Bruno Cathala
An expansion for 7 Wonders adding modules for new guilds and leaders.
A two-player strategy board game
Above and Below is a mashup of town-building and storytelling where you compete to build the best village above and below ground. You send your villagers to perform jobs like exploring the cave, harve…
The quality of games able be played properly by people with disabilities such as visual, motor or cognitive.
An economic game about strategically investing in businesses to maintain a majority of stock.
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.
A war simulation game on the tactical level.
Aeon’s End is a cooperative card game, published by Indie Boards & Cards, where survivors of an invasion must defend their city from attacks by an evil horde.
For questions about aesthetic aspects of games, such as • why one may find one of two equally effective plays more satisfying • what, in the culture of the game, is regarding as the most pleasing way …
A wargame by Avalon Hill about Rommel's battles in World War II.
for questions concerning the board game Afrikan tähti ("Star of Africa")
Age of Steam is 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…
A man and wife, a wooden shack, and an empty field. Get to work! Agricola is a deeply strategic farming simulation game.
Agricola: Farmers of the Moor (FOTM) is an expansion set to the strategic farming simulation game
Agricola: the Goodies is an expansion for Agricola, containing four small expansion decks (X, O, CZ, and L; 24 cards each), new player boards, stickers to label adults and children, and custom meeples…
A strategy game by Rio Grande Games inspired by the conquests of Alexander the Great
A Moorish-flavored tile-placing game where tiles are bought with money - and buying with exact change is better. Points are scored at three distinct points in the game, so timing your purchases is use…
Yahtzee meets worker-placement... in space! Roll your ships (dice), then place them to gain resources, loot alien artifacts, found colonies, and crush your opponents.
A trick-taking game, also known as High-Low-Jack or Seven Up.
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…