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  1. 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
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    Carcassonne

    $29.95

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    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
  3. Lascaux: The Cave Painting Card Game

    Lascaux: The Cave Painting Card Game

    $29.95

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    <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

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