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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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    Adam & Eva

    $24.95

    Adam & Eva is a game where players take turns offering each other apples of different varieties and colors. Players try to score points by taking high-valued apples or bonus points by collecting sets of low valued apples. Learn More
  3. Samurai: The Card Game

    Samurai: The Card Game

    $29.95

    Samurai: The Card Game simulates the board game by placing cities on the board and then allowing each player to play one of their 5 cards from their hands. A city is considered surrounded when 4 cards surround the sides. A new city is placed when two different players cards create a location for it to be placed. Learn More
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    Samurai

    $39.95

    The samurai -- for centuries, the name has represented unfailing courage, imperturbable loyalty and internal harmony. Today the name is no less respected and stories of the samurai myths and legends have become more and more popular. In Japan, there were three samurai forces: peasants, clergy, and nobility. The way to power in old Japan led through the peasants, the clergy, and the nobility. To becomea samurai, one had to be supported by one of these forces and have strong connections to the other two. Learn More
  5. Battle Line

    Battle Line

    $19.95

    <p>Ancient Battles were fought in organized formations. The leaders of both sides directed their forces along the battle line to gain tactical advantage in order to overwhelm their opponent in the center, breakthrough one of his flanks, or hold their position until the time came for a decisive move. How will you muster your battle line? Your objective is to create powerful formations on your side of the nine Flags, in order to beat the formations on your opponent's side of the respective Flags. The first player to win three adjacent Flags (a Breakthrough) or any five Flags (an Envelopment) achieves victory. Based on Reiner Knizia's original design published in Germany as Schotten-Totten, Battle Line enhances and expands the game system to give players more tactical options and fun.</p> Learn More
  6. Race for the Galaxy

    Race for the Galaxy

    $34.95

    In Race for the Galaxy, players build galactic civilizations by game cards that represent worlds or technical and social developments.Each round consists of one or more of five possible phases. In each round, each player secretly and simultaneously chooses one of seven different action cards and then reveals it. Only the selected phases occur. For these phases, every player performs the phase’s action, while the selecting player(s) also get a bonus for that phase.For example, if at least one player chooses the Develop action, then the Develop phase will occur; otherwise it is skipped. In it, each player may simultaneously select a development from his hand of cards to build. After revealing the cards, each player adds his development to his tableau of cards on the table and then discards cards from his hand equal to its cost. Each player who chose Develop discards one card fewer as his bonus.Explore allows a player to draw cards and select which of them to add to his hand. Settle allows a player to place a world in his tableau. Some worlds produce goods, represented by face down cards, when Produce is selected. These goods can be discarded for victory points or sold to add cards to the player’s hand by selecting Consume. With cards, players can settle new worlds and build more developments, gaining both victory points and card powers that provide advantages in certain phases.The player who best manages his cards, phase and bonus selections, and card powers to build the greatest space empire, wins.The winner is the player with the most victory points. Learn More
  7. The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game box cover.

    Lord of the Rings: The Card Game

    $39.95

    <p><em>The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game</em>&nbsp;is a cooperative card game that puts 1-2 players (or up to four with two Core Sets!) in control of the most powerful characters and artifacts of Middle-earth. Players will select heroes, gather allies, acquire artifacts, and coordinate their efforts to face Middle-earth&rsquo;s most dangerous fiends. By cooperating to overcome the obstacles drawn from the encounter deck, you will complete the quest before you and claim victory!</p>
    <p>The Core Set includes 226 cards that can be used to assemble a wide variety of decks right out of the box. Included are three perilous quests that, along with countless combinations of settings and enemies, offer near-limitless replayability.</p>
    <p>Additionally, players can build a party from a set of 12 hero cards, and focus their decks on any combination of four distinct spheres of influence: Leadership, Lore, Spirit, and Tactics. Each sphere offer unique benefits to the party, so choose wisely!</p>
    <p>Monthly 60-card expansion packs called Adventure Packs will introduce new quests, heroes, allies, attachments, events, and encounters, allowing players to fully customize their game and continue their fight against the Dark Lord!</p> Learn More
  8. Deadwood

    Deadwood

    $34.95

    <p>Once upon a time in the wildest town in the west...</p>
    <p>...the railroad came to the shanty-town of Deadwood. Its folk have noticed an influx of settlers coming into town, but these ain&rsquo;t tourists. You and your gang are looking to call Deadwood home; with the railroad comes cold, hard cash. But you don&rsquo;t mean to share any money with other arriving gangs. As a cowboy on the wrong side of the law you know just the solution: threaten, fight, and kill off your rivals.</p>
    <p>Prepare to enter a world where the quickest way to solve your problems is with a bullet.</p> Learn More
  9. Condottiere

    Condottiere

    $24.95

    <p>It is 13th century Italy. Trade is flourishing between the city-states and the Levant. Venice, Florence, and Genoa are all bursting with wealth. However, each city-state is also plagued with a weak national army, leaving them defenseless against invasion from their envious neighbors. Enter the Condottiere.</p>
    <p><em>Condottiere</em>&nbsp;is a game of intrigue, guile, and warfare in Renaissance Italy for 2-6 players. Take command of a mercenary army and carve out your own personal kingdom!&nbsp;</p>
    <p><em>Condottiere</em>&nbsp;includes:</p>
    <ul>
    <li>1 game board</li>
    <li>110 cards</li>
    <li>1 Condottiere token</li>
    <li>1 Favor of the Pope token</li>
    <li>36 control markers in 6 different colors</li>
    <li>1 Rulebook</li>
    </ul> Learn More
  10. Bacchus

    Bacchus

    $17.99

    <p>When the gods throw a party... The Roman god of wine, Bacchus, has organized three great Bacchanalias to be held in his honor. </p>

    <p>He has given his satyrs the enviable task of recruiting young nymphs to come to these wild parties. </p>

    <p>As a player, you are one of Bacchus’ satyrs. Your task is to gather together as many like-dressed nymphs as possible, driving up the point value and scoring as much as possible in the process.</p> Learn More

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