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  1. Gracias

    Gracias

    $19.95

    The players earn victory points by collecting cards in the 6 different colors, but they never want to have the most cards in a color. At the end, the player with the most victory points is the winner! Learn More
  2. 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
  3. Settlers of Catan: 5-6 Player Expansion

    Settlers of Catan: 5-6 Player Expansion

    $19.95

    <p>Extend your The Settlers of Catan&reg; game to include more players and more scenarios. More tiles, more resource cards, more development cards, and components (settlements, villages, roads) for two additional players.</p>
    <p>&nbsp;Allows for two additional players to be added to The Settlers of Catan&reg;.</p>
    <p>&nbsp;Requires ownership of The Settlers of Catan to play.</p> Learn More
  4. 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
  5. Lifeboat: The Card Game of Survival and Revenge (3rd Edition)

    Lifeboat: The Card Game of Survival and Revenge (3rd Edition)

    $19.95

    <p>Your ship has sunk, and now you're adrift at sea aboard a lifeboat with your secret love and a secret enemy! Each of you are trying to survive the hardship of the sea, but will you survive each other? </p>

    <p>The sturdy new box contains: </p>
    <p>42 Provision Cards<br />
    6 Character Cards <br />
    6 Character Cards <br />
    6 Placeholder Cards <br />
    6 Hate Cards <br />
    6 Love Cards <br />
    24 Navigation Cards <br />
    3 wooden birds <br />
    about 20 plastic winks<br />
    4-6 Players, 1 Hour Playing Time, ages 10+</p> 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.

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