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In Rebuilding Seattle (rated a whopping 7.9!), you’re responsible for managing the zoning and expansion of a major neighborhood! Each round your population grows, and you can either build a new building, expand into a new suburb, activate an event, or build a landmark, before earning profit based on your neighborhood’s commerce. You’ll buy building types from a shared market, looking to find shapes that fit your grid and types that fit your strategy. Triggering citywide events can change the tide of the game, offering points, money, and expansions for the players ready for it. You can even enact laws to give yourself the advantage! At the end of the game, whoever’s neighborhood has earned the most points wins.
Till the Last Gasp w/ Promo Character Sheets – Have a Smiley Day!
Till the Last Gasp is a 2-player dramatic storytelling game of duels and drama.
Spanning genres and settings, this game throws you straight into two player PvP action—and as blows are exchanged, emotions are betrayed, secrets revealed, and stakes raised. Till the Last Gasp uniquely enables you to capture the climactic energy of your favorite cinematic showdowns, in new tales imagined by you!
Spot It! Disney 100 Years of Wonder
Spot it! Disney 100 Years of Wonder is a special edition of Spot it! to celebrate the 100th anniversary of The Walt Disney Company. Cards feature nine Disney characters or icons on each card, giving you more to compare during play. This edition contains 90 cards and five mini-games, along with a new game for this release: Star Match.
Twilight Inscription (Rated 7.7!) is an epic roll-and-write game for one to eight players, offering an experience unlike anything Fantasy Flight Games has done before. With a limited pool of resources at your disposal, you’ll need to carefully manage Navigation, Expansion, Industry, and Warfare as you amass victory points and earn your right to the throne on Mecatol Rex. Will your faction become the new rulers of the galaxy? Or will your fledgling empire fade into obscurity? Anything can happen in this strategic, infinitely-replayable game!
Ransom Notes – A creative party game for making hilariously terrible sentences. Players respond to outlandish situations like “Tell someone you’ve clogged their toilet at a party” with just their limited pool of word magnets, leaving even master wordsmiths no choice but to create awesomely horrendous phrases. With hundreds of word magnets included, every round is always fresh, wildly creative, and tears-streaming-down-your-face funny.
Devil Bunny Needs a Ham
Devil Bunny Needs a Ham – In this wacky Cheapass title, players are Sous Chefs trying to get to the top floor of a skyscraper by scaling the outside. However the maniacal Devil Bunny is hopping about in a mad lust for blood thinking he’ll get a ham by knocking you off. Yeah, right, whatever.
This game was originally published in 1998 in the Cheapass Games style of a plain paper envelope and no pieces. We’ve come a long way since then. It’s a fun little game, you’ll like it.
Village Big Box
In Village, each player takes the reins of a family and attempts to help them find fame and glory in many different ways. There is one thing you must not forget, however: Time will not stop for anyone, and given enough time people will vanish. Those who find themselves immortalized in the village chronicles will bring honor to their family and be one step closer to victory.
This Big Box contains all three expansions!
Ham’s Sandwich Shop
Ham’s Sandwich Shop (7.3 Rating!) is a very cute board game about making delicious sandwiches with a hamster chef who dives on the bread. The game is played by moving the pieces on the topping tiles arranged in a circle forward one to three steps, acquiring one of the topping tiles, and stacking it on top of the desired bread. The recipe changes depending on where the pieces stop, and when they match the recipe, you can declare the sandwich finished. When the sandwich is successfully completed, the player is awarded a gold star. The player who collects three stars wins.
Colors of Paris
Colors of Paris is a management game in which you must take care of your paint tubes, mixtures, and time to create works, all the while anticipating others to perform as needed within a rotating set of actions.
You are a painter in Colors of Paris, and you’ve decided to participate in “Bateau Lavoir”, a friendly competition between several painters in a workshop in Montmartre, Paris. The newspapers know about this challenge, so perhaps this is a good opportunity to become famous, following the path of Cézanne, Toulouse-Lautrec, Monet, or Renoir…