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Ciub is an epic quest for the Opus
Ciub is an epic quest for the Opus Magnum, where wizards invoke strategic powers and magic with every roll of the cubes. They'll gain strength and perform feats of wizardry that even let them change their rolls as they compete ...
In this challenging game, each player represents one
In this challenging game, each player represents one of the "Great Powers of Europe" (England, Germany, Russia, Turkey, Italy, France and Austria). As soon as one Great Power controls 18 supply centers, it is considered to have gained control of ...
Hop the pond and get on board for
Hop the pond and get on board for this European train adventure. Ticket to Ride Europe is a beautifully illustrated railroad journey. You score points by claiming routes, building continuous routes between cities, keeping train stations in reserve, and by ...
The haunted manor hides a troubled past... Shed
The haunted manor hides a troubled past... Shed new light on the strange events leading up to the ghost's death in Secrets & Lies, the second expansion for Mysterium. Using their gifts, the psychics' task is to lift the veil ...
Honshu is a map-building card game set in
Honshu is a map-building card game set in feudal Japan. Players are lords and ladies of Noble houses seeking new lands and opportunities for fame and fortune. Honshu is played in rounds, with each round divided into two phases. During ...
Lanterns: The Harvest Festival is a tile-placement game
Lanterns: The Harvest Festival is a tile-placement game set in imperial China. Players act as artisans decorating the palace lake with floating lanterns. The artisan who earns the most honor before the festival starts wins the game. Lanterns' elegant and ...
Experience the golden age of the Renaissance! Assume
Experience the golden age of the Renaissance! Assume the role of the head of an Italian Aristocratic dynasty and lead your family like the Medici or Borgia. The players support the builders, artists, and scholars so that their completed works ...