Games

  • MUNCHKIN SERIES (STEVE JACKSON GAMES)

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    This award-winning card game, designed by Steve Jackson, captures the essence of the dungeon experience… with none of that stupid roleplaying stuff. You and your friends compete to kill monsters and grab magic items. And what magic items! Don the Horny Helmet and the Boots of Butt-Kicking. Wield the Staff of Napalm… or maybe the Chainsaw of Bloody Dismemberment. Start by slaughtering the Potted Plant and the Drooling Slime, and work your way up to the Plutonium Dragon… And it’s illustrated by John Kovalic! Fast-playing and silly, Munchkin can reduce any roleplaying group to hysteria. And, while they’re laughing, you can steal their stuff.

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  • Munchkin Loot Letter

    Get a ton of treasure! You NEED it!

    Steal the treasure and backstab your friends – without all of the silly card-playing stuff. Well, without some of it. OK, without all but 16 cards of it, at least.

    Munchkin Loot Letter is a game of risk, deduction, and luck from Black Monk Games and Bard Centum Gier, for 2-4 players.

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  • Vudù (Red Glove Edizioni)

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    In Vudù, players act as the most wicked and malicious sorcerers of all time and they want to use their curses and black magic to make the lives of their enemies impossible to endure! Each turn, you roll five dice, collect your ingredients, then choose whether to take new cards, take new items, or cast a spell. Each spell is a powerful and tricky curse forces your target to play in a specific way, for example: talking with his tongue out for the rest of the game, or using only a single hand, or running around the table each turn. Each curse grants you points when you cast it and many more points if your target forgets to obey it or becomes too exhausted to continue. Collect as many malediction points as you can to reach the final tile of the scoreboard before anyone else

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  • FLUXX SERIES (Looney Labs)

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    Fluxx is a card game in which the cards themselves determine the current rules of the game. By playing cards, you change numerous aspects of the game: how to draw cards, how to play cards, and even how to win.

    At the start of the game, each player holds three cards and on a turn a player draws one card, then plays one card. By playing cards, you can put new rules into play that change numerous aspects of the game: how many cards to draw or play, how many cards you can hold in hand or keep on the table in front of you, and (most importantly) how to win the game. There are many editions, themed siblings, and promo cards available.

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  • Playing with Rubble

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    Playing with Rubble is a board game about a group of roommates, fresh out of college. They are going to meet the toughest challenge of their lives – surviving the real, cruel reality. Survival is the most important thing in this game. Travel around the infinite loops of Work and Chillout and try to achieve your life goals, while avoiding starvation and becoming homeless. Great party game which presents bitter, very ironic and funny look at our existance.

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  • Brick Party (Post Scriptum)

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    Are you better at building with plastic bricks…or explaining how to do it? What if you have to build with your eyes closed or using only one hand? Or if you must explain it without speaking? Can you still be faster than your opponents?

    Brick Party is a funny and frenzied game of crazy building! Reveal the special rule for the round, choose your teammate, and get ready. Then grab the blocks and build the shape you choose faster than the others! And in the next round? A new special rule, new partners, and new shapes…for a game that’s never boring!

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  • Pyrkon: Weregoats Attack!

    This is our version of Mafia and Werewolf. We took what best from those two titles and made one game for even 26 players!

    Every player gets two cards:
    Role Card (you have to declare what Role you’ve got and what is your Special Ability you can use during the game. There are 25 role cards in the game, so for example you can be: RPG Player, Writer, Organizer, Bodyguard, Exhibitor).
    Identity Card (those are kept in secret from other players; you can be a normal attendee, villain who wants to destroy convention or „Fantasy Ghost” who secretly helps attendees).
    During the Night Phase, villains abduct attendees, during the Day Phase player are trying to deduce who’s the villain.

    Theme can be adjusted to every fantasy convention. In this case, we made a game for the Polish biggest show. Because of the goat-themed city’s emblem in which the event takes place, it’s attacked by Weregoats.

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  • Fun Farm (Post Scriptum)

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    The animals have escaped from the farm! You need to bring them back before they get into trouble – and you want to do so faster than your opponents so that you can save more than they can!

    In the fast-catching game Fun Farm, players compete to spot and catch the animal shown on the cards before all their opponents. Each round, the active player reveals the top card from the deck, placing it next to any others still on the table. Each card depicts an animal, a black die (showing one color on this die), and a white die (showing one color on this die). The player then rolls the black die and the white die. If a die depicted on a card matches the color rolled on that die, players race to grab the animal toy from the table that matches the animal depicted on the card. Whoever does so first claims the card, and once the deck runs out, whoever has the most cards wins!

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  • Aye, Dark Overlord! (Pendragon)

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    Aye, Dark Overlord! is a fantasy party game filled with humor that’s fast to play and easy to learn.

    Each player is an evil goblin servant of the evil Dark Overlord — Rigor Mortis, the Master of all Evils — and all of them are gathered at the Dark Overlord’s knees to explain why they brought that last important mission, ordered by „His Evil Excellence” himself, to failure again. Panic wraps you in its freezing grip; what can you do to save your poor skin? Could you say you are not the one to blame, but your inept companions? Yes, of course, that’s the solution! There is only one little problem: They’ve probably got exactly the same idea… and the Dark Overlord is not known for his mercy…

    This card game is all about telling lies and shifting the blame on your poor fellow ones, so the righteous wrath of your Master can give them what they deserve!

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  • Zombicide (GUILLOTINE GAMES)

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    Zombicide is a collaborative game in which players take the role of a survivor – each with unique abilities – and harness both their skills and the power of teamwork against the hordes of unthinking undead! Zombies are predictable, stupid but deadly, controlled by simple rules and a deck of cards. Unfortunately for you, there are a LOT more zombies than you have bullets. Find weapons, kill zombies. The more zombies you kill, the more skilled you get; the more skilled you get, the more zombies appear. The only way out is zombicide! Play ten scenarios on different maps made from the included modular map tiles, download new scenarios from the designer’s website, or create your own! This is just a great game for zombie lovers!

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  • Kragmortha (STRATELIBRI)

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    Oh clever goblins, will you be able to avoid the wrath of the Dark Lord (Rigor Mortis, the Master of all Evils) while he wanders in his study? Terrible spells will be cast upon those who are hit by the glances of the Dark Lord! Kragmortha is a party game for 2-8 players that will be afflicted by exhilarating penances. No one will resist its humor! BEWARE! This game produces physical penances and is nocive (definition of nocive is : Hurtful or injurious) to the health! Kragmortha shares artwork with Aye, Dark Overlord! (which we also publish in Poland!)

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  • Munchkin Panic (FIRESIDE GAMES)

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    Munchkin Panic is a semi-cooperative board game that blends the all-for-one gameplay of Castle Panic and the all-for-me gameplay of Munchkin. In this hybrid game, the Munchkin monsters have found the Castle Panic towers and are on the rampage! Players need to combine cards to hit and slay the monsters before they destroy the castle. The card combos available in Munchkin Panic are created from a unique mixing of the decks of the two source games. Each defeated monster becomes a trophy and gives up its treasure to the victor. If players work together to defeat the monsters, the player with the highest point count becomes Master Munchkin — but players must balance their self-interest with the cooperation necessary to survive. If players get too greedy, the monsters will stomp the castle flat while the players are too busy fighting amongst themselves!

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  • KINGSPORT’S FESTIVAL (STRATELIBR)

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    Kingsport Festival, a game of bizarre cults set in the terrifying world of Howard Philips Lovecraft, lasts twelve rounds, with each divided into six phases. All Cultists roll their dice, then starting with whoever has the lowest sum, then take turns invoking an Elder God by using one or more of their dice that sum to the value of that God. Once all the dice are placed or players have passed, in ascending order, the Elder Gods give their gifts to the Cultists who invoked them, possibly causing a loss of Sanity points in the process. After Cultists have retrieved their dice, in turn order each can place his disk on one building that’s connected to another one he has already marked (starting from the house). To do so, he must pay the domain resources required.

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  • STARS ARE RIGHT (PEGASUS SPIELE)

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    The Stars Are Right (German: Die Sterne Stehen Richtig) is a Cthulhu Mythos-themed card game illustrated by François „Goomi” Launet, best known for his comic series „The Unspeakable Vault of Doom.”In the game you’ll start small, bringing ghasts and ghouls back to our reality. Invoke minor creatures to flip over a tile or push a row, creating the correct patterns to summon more and more powerful ones. Eventually, you’ll build a horde of Servitors who can chain flips, pushes, and switches together; rearranging the entire grid to your whims. Change the skies, summon a Great Old One, and win! The game is won by acquiring 10 points first, which can be done by summoning many small creatures or going for Great Old Ones. Creatures which give more points tend to require more complex constellations. The night sky is represented by a 5×5 field of objects. It can be manipulated by moving a row by one object (cycling through), flipping one object (both sides have different objects), and switching two neighboring objects.

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