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Bitoku Board Game (On Order)

Bitoku Board Game (On Order)

In this game, the players take on the roles of Bitoku spirits of the forest in their path towards transcendence, with the goal of elevating themselves and becoming the next great spirit of the forest. To do so, they will have the help of the yokai, the kodamas and the different pilgrims that accompany them on their path. This is a hand-management, engine-building game with multiple paths to victory.

Players will have yokai represented by the cards that make up their hand, which must be placed in the right places at the right times in order to obtain the maximum benefit from the abilities they offer. Furthermore, during the game players can earn more yokai cards for their deck, thereby increasing their playing options and achieving a higher score. Each player also has three yokai guardians (in the form of dice) that they can send to the large regions of the forest on the main board in order to obtain all kinds of new options that they can play during the game. These options can be structures they build in certain areas of the forest, soul crystals that generate resources when certain actions are carried out, and many others as well. The players also have the chance to help the mitamas, lost souls in search of redemption by using the chinkon fireflies.

There is truly a wide range of actions to carry out, and this is without taking into account the personal domain where the players can lay out another layer of additional strategy while managing the pilgrims. Pilgrims are followers of the player who embark upon journeys of contemplation and reflection who then share the experiences and learning they can along the spirit path with the Bitoku.

Castle Party Board Game

Castle Party Board Game

Every year the Pumpkin King invites us to his castle to celebrate the autumn ball in his honor. Castle Party is the craziest shindig in town and without a doubt the most not to be missed soiree for any monster worth something in scarebusiness. You can?t miss it for the world! The guests are arriving at the castle of the Pumpkin King. As usual, they gather together in groups.

This is a ?flip and write? game, meaning we draw cards and then write on a board. The active player turns over a card with a polynomial shape and then everybody places a monster card on the table in the attempt to match the shape on the card. Finally, and in correspondence with their own place around the table and their perspective on the shape, the players draw the monsters on their own personal boards and try to group the monsters into families to obtain the best score.

Castle Party has three scoring phases during which the players get points depending on how they have arranged their guests. When the old grandfather clock chimes for the third and terrifying time everyone has to say goodbye until next year and leave the party. However, whoever organized the wildest and most fun Castle Party will win a special place in the Pumpkin King?s heart and shall win the game.

Crazy Fishing Card Game

Crazy Fishing Card Game

You thought it would be a nice relaxed day on the water, waiting for the fish to bite and watching the clouds drift by? but now it?s a frantic race to catch the biggest fish and prove once and for all who is the best fisherman!

Use the right bait with your best rod and reel to lure out the biggest fish you can catch! Make sure you have the gear you really need so you can beat the competition and get those fish faster!

In Crazy Fishing two to six players become fishers who compete to catch the biggest fish in the sea. You play over a number of rounds divided into three steps: The cast, where all players play simultaneously and choose and play one Rod?n?Reel card and one Bait card; The catch, where they catch fish based on the Speed of the Rod?n?Reel cards and Reel?em in! where you refill your hand. The winner is the player who has the highest scored obtained catching fishing and bonus cards.

Dragons and Chickens Board Game

Dragons and Chickens Board Game

Dragons & Chickens is a game of visual acuity and quick reflexes in which you have to collect treasures, hide from a terrible dragon, catch chickens ? and steal from your teammates, of course.

In this game, players reveal cards from each of their decks at the same time. These cards include icons representing different treasure items. Whoever first notices which icon is repeated the most times on these revealed cards needs to name this item out loud; if they?re correct, that player collects all of the cards played by the players. If more than one icon is present multiple times, then the player who grabs the chest first gets the cards.

Dragons are sometimes hidden in the graphics of the cards. When one of those cards is revealed, everybody needs to put their hand on top of the shield. The last one to do so must pay all of the cards they have collected so far that include the symbols indicated in the dragon?s card. However, that player can avoid making this payment by producing a chicken card since dragons love chicken and are happy to forfeit all treasure as long as they can get a tasty meal.

At the end of the game, whoever has the most treasure cards in their stash wins!

KareKare Board Game

KareKare Board Game

Welcome to the beautiful beach of Karekare, on the wondrous archipelago known as Aotearoa (also called New Zealand). This game challenges you to lead one of the iwis (tribes) who settled there. Explore the islands, take control of territory, accumulate mana (Honour) for your iwi, and claim your place in history!

The players explore the territory by adding new land tiles, which gives them the opportunity to perform specific actions that will help their iwi expand and settle new lands.

Luna Capital Board Game

Luna Capital Board Game

The dream of maintaining human life on the surface of the moon has now come true. The project to build cities on Earth?s beloved satellite is under way. Things are moving full speed ahead too, the possibilities are enormous because this is 1977, the year when lunar living becomes reality. The most enterprising companies have decided to sponsor teams of scientists, builders, publicists and freelance nightlife entertainers to set out to construct the best client base in the galaxy. On top of this out of the world chance, the Lunar Colonization Authority shall assign the capital of the Moon to the best of the projects that are presented, making the chance for an even juicier reward!

In LUNA Capital, the players must optimally manage the elements of the game to build the best possible lunar settlement, and to make it worthy of becoming the capital of the entire off-planet colony. They will have a series of construction cards in a common ?market?, and each of the players shall be tied to a number of project tiles. The players take turns drawing cards and the tiles that accompany them, and then place them in their personal playing area. The cards must be laid out in a maximum of three lines and must be placed so that they are always in ascending numerical value. Once the card has been placed, the tiles are then put on the spaces for them on the cards, in an attempt to group together the various projects in the most efficient way possible.

The tiles show what projects are available, all of which are essential for the construction of the city worthy of the term. They include oxygen collectors, greenhouses, residential complexes and (of extreme importance) sales offices to sell apartments with the best views in the galaxy. Each of these categories scores according to how they are arranged within the personal area of each player. Whoever is able to best take advantage of their arrangement and placement shall become the mayor of LUNA Capital.

Mazescape Ariadne Board Game

Mazescape Ariadne Board Game

Mazescape is a fascinating and intriguing game of labyrinths for one player that guarantees intense brain racking moments as you search for the exit. It is a game you can take anywhere and play time and time again to discover all the different nooks and crannies of the seven maps included.

It is a completely unique concept that promises to equally surprise and create headaches in equal measure. In this original game from Devir, you will unfold a map on the table, where you will start at the compass rose with the pointer you will find in the box, moving it along the labyrinth paths marked in white without ever lifting it from the map. You will have to open and close different parts of the map in search of the Impossible Triangle that will allow you to escape the maze. You can go under bridges, climb up ladders and run around in circles in the maze and in your own head until the exit finally leads you to? the next map!

Mazescape Ariadne places you in the ancient Crete of legend, where you must enter the famous labyrinth of Daedalus. You can rely solely on your wits to overcome the ordeals this box of maps provides, to reach the final challenge against the minotaur and help Ariadne escape. And when you have gotten out the first time, then you can dare to go back in and find all the hidden treasures that exist in the accursed maze.

Mazescape Labyrinthos Board Game

Mazescape Labyrinthos Board Game

Mazescape is a fascinating and intriguing game of labyrinths for one player that guarantees intense brain racking moments as you search for the exit. It is a game you can take anywhere and play time and time again to discover all the different nooks and crannies of the seven maps included.

It is a completely unique concept that promises to equally surprise and create headaches in equal measure. In this original game from Devir, you will unfold a map on the table, where you will start at the compass rose with the pointer you will find in the box, moving it along the labyrinth paths marked in white without ever lifting it from the map. You will have to open and close different parts of the map in search of the Impossible Triangle that will allow you to escape the maze. You can go under bridges, climb up ladders and run around in circles in the maze and in your own head until the exit finally leads you to? the next map!

In Mazescape Labyrinthos you will go through three well defined territories, The docks, the graveyard and the mountain. The first of the maps will help you to understand the most essential concepts of the game. Then. from there, they will become progressively more complicated until reaching the final challenge. They also have a bunch of secondary objectives that you can explore to get the very most out of the game.

Out Of This World Card Game

Out Of This World Card Game

Life is usually pretty boring for teenagers around here. You go to school (sometimes) do your homework, and hopefully hang out with your friends on your favourite bench for a little while before heading home for dinner. Day in and day out.

But something unexpected is shaking up the boundaries of your clear-cut world. Some really weird stuff is going on, but none of the grown-ups seem to be paying attention. Only you and your buddies are up to the task of saving the world. So, climb onto your bikes and ride out to adventure!

Paris Board Game: City Of Lights

Paris Board Game: City Of Lights

Paris: La Cit de la Lumire is a two-player board game, designed by Jos Antonio Abascal, infused with Parisian aesthetics by the artist, Oriol Hernndez. The game is set in late 19th century Paris during the 1889 ?Exposition Universelle?, when public electricity was a hot topic. Electricity spread throughout the city, creating today?s beautiful nocturnal Parisian streets and coining Paris?s nickname ?La Cit de la Lumire?, the City of Lights. The most well-lit buildings are admired highly by passers-by.

In the first phase, players can either place tiles or grow their reserve of buildings. The cobblestone tiles are divided into 4 random spaces (their colour, their opponents? colour, a streetlight or a mixed-colour space where either player can build). Then, in the second phase, players build on top of their colour or the mixed spaces, in effort to position their buildings as close to as many streetlights as possible. More streetlights solicit more adoration and points. The player with the best lit buildings steals the hearts of Parisian pedestrians and wins the game!

An easy-to-learn tile-laying game for two players with a short play time but plenty of forward-planning required.

Paris Board Game: City Of Lights Eiffel Expansion

Paris Board Game: City Of Lights Eiffel Expansion

If you liked the original, Paris: Eiffel is a must-have addition that brings many more hours of fun to your Parisian nights. In this expansion we visit Parisian marvels such as the Arc of Triumph, the Luxor obelisk, the Louvre Museum, and obviously the Eiffel Tower.

8 new postcards that upgrade the replayability of Paris: La Cit de la Lumire, with new art by Oriol Hernandez.

New monuments that add a 3D level to your game experience.

Complete your experience with this must-have expansion to the two-player game that everyone is talking about. Requires original Paris: La Cit de la Lumire game.

Polis Board Game

Polis Board Game

Polis is a two-player civ-lite game set in the beginning of the conflict between the two major poleis of the 5th century B.C: Athens and the Delian League against Sparta and the Peloponnesian League. The winner will be the Empire with more population and prestige at the end of the game.

Both players must secure their supplies and the routes to five markets to trade with them. Every turn you get goods from a territory where you have population supporting your Empire, but you should feed them.

You can fight to control the territories and siege other polis or you might use your diplomacy to convince a polis to join your league. But polis are proud of their independence so you will have to create some projects to gain prestige needed for your military manoeuvres.

This new edition of Polis has updated revised rules and new art that will enhance your game experience.

Ratzzia Dice Game

Ratzzia Dice Game

Ratzzia is a game for two to five players. The dice represent the mice in each player?s family. Each time they roll the dice they must arrange the die results on the board in order to get as much food as possible.

Each player has their own set of coloured dice. On their turn, they roll their dice and choose to place them on the matching spaces on the board. The dice represent mice climbing on top of each other in order to get rewards from the top shelf.

Rewards can be delicious food, or actions that help you store or steal food. After collecting some food, it needs to be stored, otherwise it can be stolen by other players! As soon as a player gets 25 points worth of food, they win the game and survive the winter!

The Colour Monster Board Game

The Colour Monster Board Game

Based on the popular children?s book of the same name, The Colour Monster is a unique board game that encourages discussion of our different emotions and aids in helping to understand them.

Players collaborate to help the Monster figure out his emotions. In turns, they roll the die that allows them to move the Monster around the board. When the Monster goes to a space with an emotion token, the player can pick it up and look for the right jar. The jars are all placed on shelves with their colours hidden. If the player chooses the jar which matches the colour of the emotion, then they can place the emotion token into the jar. Otherwise, the jar goes back to the shelf as it was.

In order to pick up an emotion token, players have to explain a memory or a situation in which they feel like the emotion they are picking up (Happiness, Sadness, Anger, Fear or Calm). The players can lose the game if the Monster gets too confused and they flip over too many mixed emotion jars, or win the game when the emotions are all placed in their correct jars.