You can never have too many dice!

Cards & Games

Items 31 to 40 of 52 total

per page
Page:
  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5
  5. 6

Grid  List 

Set Descending Direction
  1. 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
  2. Arcana (Revised Edition)

    Arcana (Revised Edition)

    $34.95

    Are you ambitious and cunning enough to rule the city of Cadwallon?</p></p>
    In the revised edition of Arcana 2-4 guild leaders send their loyal Agents into the districts of Cadwallon to entice, bribe, or win over powerful citizens, buy precious treasures, and utilize locations. Whichever player earns the most victory points wins!</p></p>
    This vibrant game creates a fantastical atmosphere for players to enjoy while they attempt to best their opponents through strategic card play. Make your guild the most influential by winning Stake cards and strengthening your deck with impressive Personalities, advantageous Locations, or tempting Relics to use in bribery.</p></p>
    The revised edition of Arcana introduces two new guilds, and six new rule options for players to choose from, or play with them all for a more challenging experience. Will you customize your deck or call in the Militia?</p></p>The revised edition of Arcana includes:</p>

    <ul><li>6 Guild Crest cards</li>
    <li>120 Guild cards</li>
    <li>Over 100 Stake cards</li>
    <li>Over 60 cards for game variant play</li>
    <li>1 rulebook</li></ul> Learn More
  3. Fruttirelli

    Fruttirelli

    $44.95

    <p>The eager parent animals are looking for food. Who will help the hedgehog, the hare, the squirrel and the badger to take all the tidbits to their families? There are enough apples, mushrooms and berries for everyone, but the food is scattered far and wide and must be collected first.</p>
    <p>Watch out, be careful of the trees! Who keeps putting them in the way? Do not be put off; with a little bit of skill, you will manage to overcome all the obstacles. The player who is back with his or her family first and brings sufficient provisions for everyone is the winner. Let&rsquo;s get going!</p>
    <p>2-4 Players<br />30 Minutes</span></p> Learn More
  4. Power Grid Expansion: The Robots

    Power Grid Expansion: The Robots

    $9.95

    <p>This expansion can only be played with a copy of Power Grid. The game rules for Power Grid are the same. This expansion includes components and rules for adding robot players to the game.</p>
    <p>Players: 2 - 5<br />Playing Time: 120 minutes<br />Ages: 12 +</p> Learn More
  5. Superhero Playing Cards

    Superhero Playing Cards

    $1.50

    Make your next card game super with this deck of 54 playing cards. Styled after the manner of the Golden Age of Comic Books, these cards are sure to be a smash. 3 3/8". Learn More
  6. Mad Zeppelin

    Mad Zeppelin

    $19.95

    <p><i>1890. At the height of the Industrial Revolution, the Great Empire is about to take delivery of many secret crates from its colonies. These crates contain all the Emperor needs to strengthen his rule on the Empire: steel, coal, ore, and above all: gold! For security reasons, the Emperor himself has hand-picked the crew of the Nostria, one of the armoured zeppelins of the imperial fleet. However, neighbouring nations are organizing the resistance, and traitors are secretly boarding the airship to thwart the Emperor's plans.</i></p>

    <p><b><i>Mad Zeppelin</i></b> is a fast-paced card game of backstabbing and treachery for 2-6 players. </p> Learn More
  7. 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.

    Learn More
  8. Clearly Romantic Dice Game

    Clearly Romantic Dice Game

    $3.49

    Looking for a fun and romantic way to spend an evening with your lover? Put the "play" back in "foreplay" with this Love Dice Game. This pair of dice includes two transparent 25mm (1 inch) dice with red words. The first die includes verbs--things you do--and the second has nouns, which are different erogenous body parts. The rules are simple: Just take turns rolling the dice to see what to do, and then do it! Learn More
  9. LCR Left, Center, Right Dice Game in Deluxe Metal Tin

    LCR Left, Center, Right Dice Game in Deluxe Metal Tin

    $9.95

    A popular dice game where you try to keep your chips. The special L,C,R dice tell you where to give your chips to. The last player with chips left wins the game!

    This special deluxe edition comes in a blue tin box, with 24 chips measuring 7/8 inches in diameter, 3 special LCR dice, and a set of instructions. 3 5/8" x 4 5/8" x 1 1/8". Learn More
  10. 16th Century German Playing Cards

    16th Century German Playing Cards

    $6.00

    Out of stock

    Dating to 1588, this 52-card deck is based on one of the most significant works of Jost Amman, one of the more prolific artists of the German Renaissance. German printers experimented with a wide range of suit symbols, and this deck uses books, jars, printers' ink pads and cups. As was common in German cards, there are no jacks nor queens, but rather the German equivalents of an "unter" ("under" with the suit sign at the bottom of the card) and an "ober" ("over" with the suit sign at the top of the card) and kings on horseback. It also features a female figure for the 10 of each suit.

    A beautiful deck of playing cards, replica from a 16th-century German set. Printed in full color with historical accuracy in mind. Learn More

Items 31 to 40 of 52 total

per page
Page:
  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5
  5. 6

Grid  List 

Set Descending Direction