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Loot Island  [2017]

1640 A.D. — a ghastly curse befell a beautiful island in the Indian Ocean. Soon, it was known that its dark magic would not only afflict whoever tried to take away anything from the island, but also haunt whoever even dared approach its coasts, mak...

Nippon  [2015]

Japan during the Meiji period—a closed, isolated, and feudal country—decides to change into a modern westernized state. The Empire sends emissaries to foreign nations, brings technicians and scholars from the west, builds a network of railroads, ...

Madeira  [2013]

Madeira is an island officially discovered early in the 15th century by Portuguese seafarers. Madeira, the Portuguese word for wood, refers to the dense forest that covered its wild, fertile landscape. This, and its strategic position far into the At...

OddVille  [2012]

Oddly enough, several of you have been hired to build the city of OddVille, home to four powerful worker guilds.

Cleverly place your buildings in order to obtain greater power and fame, while thwarting your opponents' plans. Manage your work...

Asgard  [2012]

Note: There are updated official rules from the publisher that clear up many of the rules questions that arise from rules in the box. It is highly recommended that players use the latest rules for learning/teaching the game.

Vinhos  [2010]

Vinhos (Portuguese word for "wines") is a trading and economic game about wine making.

Despite its small size, Portugal is one of the world’s leading wine producers. Why not get to know the country around a table? Over six ...

Caylus  [2005]

Once upon a time ...
1289. To strengthen the borders of the Kingdom of France, King Philip the Fair decided to have a new castle built. For the time being, Caylus is but a humble village, but soon, workers and craftsmen will be flocking by the ca...

Fairy Tale  [2004]

Players use card drafting and simultaneous action selection to score points while interfering with other players' ability to do so. The game consists of four rounds. In each of them, players are dealt five cards. They simultaneously select one eac...