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  1. Colossal Arena Box Cover

    Colossal Arena

    $19.95

    Colossal Arena is a game of titanic battles and high stakes for 2-5 players. Designed by the legendary Reiner Knizia, this Silver Line classic is a new version of Titan: the Arena originally published by Avalon Hill.

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  2. Lascaux: The Cave Painting Card Game

    Lascaux: The Cave Painting Card Game

    $29.95

    <p>Lascaux is a game about the French caves containing animal paintings; discovered in 1940 by four teenagers.</p>

    <p>This auction game is based on the bidding mechanism of Michael Schacht's Mogul also implemented in No Thanks!</p>

    <p>The deck consists of 54 cards each representing one of six animals and a combination of two colors. At the beginning of a round, cards are turned face up until all six colors are showing or seven cards are face up. All players secretly decide which color cards they hope to win at the end of the round. On their turn, players bid by placing a stone on the table. If a player passes, he picks up all the stones currently on the table and places his token on top of the token pile. The last player remaining grabs all the cards of the color he had chosen earlier in the round. The second to last player, whose token now sits at the top of the token pile, then picks up all the cards of his chosen color if any cards of that color are left. The same process is repeated for each player when their token is at the top of the token pile. The game ends when all the cards of the deck have been claimed. Players then earn points for each animal for which they have majority.</p>

    <p>Components: 54 cards, 50 stones, 30 markers, rules.</p> Learn More
  3. Irondie: Black Starter Pack (9)

    Irondie: Black Starter Pack (9)

    $49.95

    <p>In this “Base Blister” you'll find 9 dice of the choosen color. The blister contains one die for every different “type”: Smasher, Assault, Ballistic, Nullifier, Barrier, Booster, Swarm, Fortress and Regeneration. These 9 dice compose an effective “Game Set” ready for the game; with it you'll be able to play your game against an opponent and his own set. The dice are made of silver-plated white metal and covered with a colored translucent paint. You'll also find a “Game Board” where you can find a summary of the special effects of each kind of die and the chromatic table. Together with each blister you'll find a brief paper manual of Irondie game</p>
    <p>With a Base Blister and the rules you'll be able to play Irondie within few practice hours. </p>
    <p>All written material is in English.</p> Learn More
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    Carcassonne

    $29.95

    A clever tile-laying game. The southern French city of Carcassonne is famous for its unique Roman and Medieval fortifications. The players develop the area around Carcassonne and deploy their followers on the roads, in the cities, in the cloisters, and in the fields. The skill of the players to develop the area will determine who is victorious. Learn More
  5. Inka

    Inka

    $29.95

    <p>Four explorers, smitten by gold-fever, set off to find the legendary treasure of the Incas.</p>
    <p>But when they finally arrive at their goal they are still confronted by a difficult task.</p>
    <p>Lead your explorers through an old labyrinth which hides many obstacles. Lots of paths lead you to your goal -but only one will enable you to get your hands on the gold ahead of your fellow players.</p>
    <p>On the hunt for the gold of the Inkas, each player not only wants to be the first to find the treasure, but also to be the first to return with the treasure.In order to overcome the dangerous abysses of the temple, the players must carefully move the rhombic floor tiles. Some of them allow the players to move walls, which can make the path to the treasures more difficultfor their opponents.</p> Learn More
  6. Bohnanza

    Bohnanza

    $19.95

    This great card game is about planting, trading, and selling beans - 11 kinds of beans (this English version includes all the cards from the original game and the first expansion). Players try to collect large sets of beans to sell for gold. There is limited growing space and always new beans to plant. To avoid planting unwanted beans, players trade them to other players who want them for their bean fields Learn More
  7. Coloretto

    Coloretto

    $14.95

    The players draw cards from a card supply in the middle of the table. During the game, the players try to specialize in a few colors, as at the end of the game, a player can score plus points for only 3 colors; the rest score minus points. The more cards a player has of a color, the more points he scores. The player with the most points wins. Learn More
  8. Robotory

    Robotory

    $12.99

    <p>One arena. Two sides. Three robots. Can you get the most robots on your side?</p>
    <p>Each player takes turns to select from one of these three actions: place an energy token, move a robot or fi ll up with energy. To play a token, take a piece from your stock and place it on an empty space on the board (that is, a space that doesn’t contain a robot or an energy token). </p>
    <p>Robots always move towards nearby spaces containing energy tokens, using it up in the process. The black robot can only use black energy and the white robot can only use white
    energy. The red robot can use both. To replace used energy, players draw tokens from a common supply: these can be black or white or both, but they are limited to having only four in their hand at a time.</p>
    <p>When the energy supply runs out, the player with two or three robots in their area wins.</p> Learn More
  9. Pick & Pack

    Pick & Pack

    $15.95

    <p>A two player game where you pick and pack apples into crates - the catch is the mechanical arm is broken and you control the arm going vertically while the other player controls its horizontal movement.</p>
    <p>Players move a pawn horizontally and vertically along rows, picking the apples they want or using a special action like Rush Order (giving you an extra turn) or Premium (making one of your crates worth double).</p>
    <p><strong>Contents:</strong><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p>
    <ul>
    <li>60 tiles</li>
    <li>1 pawn</li>
    <li>1 board</li>
    <li>rules</li>
    </ul>
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    <p>Number of players: 2<br />Ages: 8+<br />Playing time: 20 minutes</p> Learn More
  10. Rope

    Rope

    $15.95

    Rope is a game for 2-4 players of dexterity and pattern recognition. Players are given three ropes and a ring and must match the pattern on a card that gets flipped over to start the round. The first player to complete the pattern correctly wins a point. Players can play to 5 or 10 points. The game is for ages 8 and up and the playing time is 15-30 minutes. Learn More

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