Deus is a game of civilization building for two to four players that offers a wealth of strategies and potential options in every game. As the leader of an ancient civilization, you must explore unknown lands to develop your empire into the greatest cultural power in the ancient world. You will found new cities and construct dozens of unique buildings in order to exploit natural resources and establish trade routes. Set out to conquer barbarian villages or increase your scientific knowledge, but never forget whence your power comes and remember to make the appropriate offerings to the gods! With a beautiful, modular board and plenty of options for variants, no two games of Deus ever need to be the same. Contents: Rules , Four small player boards , 96 building cards , 107 wooden Buildings , Seven double-sided continent tiles , Assorted gold coins and victory point tokens , 80 wooden resources. Ages: 14+ | Players: 2 - 4 |  Playtime: 60 minutes


HMS Dolores

In this fast-paced card game, players take on the role of shipwrecker gangs lighting fires on a rocky coast to lure merchant ships lost on the stormy night seas.
Once a ship has crashed, crates of precious cargo begin to wash up on the shore and rival shipwreckers rush to seize the loot to add to their hoards.
When two or more crews converge on a single crate, an agreement must be reached (or not) about how to divide the loot.
In HMS Dolores, the titular ship has been taken by the storm and broken on the Breton rocks.
As crate after crate begin washing up on the shore, you and your friends must compete to gain as much loot as possible for your crew before the sun rises.Ages: 14+ | Players: 2 - 4 |  Playtime: 20 minutes



Embark on an epic quest to build your mythical nation into the greatest empire ever known! Hyperborea is a game of exploration and civilization building for two to six players. Each game, you'll need to capture land near your homeland, defeat enemy armies and ghosts, and discover new technologies that will help you rise to greatness. Hyperborea uses an all-new “bag-building” mechanic that simulates the depth of a civilization game in a much shorter play time. Your bag contains the cubes you need to develop your nation from a fledgling upstart to a mighty civilization. Choose your strategy and set out to claim the realm of Hyperborea for your own. Contents: Rules , 36 hexagon tiles , Six homeland tiles , Six individual player boards , 36 development markers , Six cloth bags , 180 wooden civilization cubes , Twelve race tiles , 78 miniatures , 120 tokens , 64 Advanced Technology cards & 72 plastic gems. Ages: 14+ | Players: 2 - 6 |  Playtime: 40 - 120 minutes



Guide a nation's progress from Antiquity through the Industrial Age in Nations, a board game of civilization building and deep strategy for one to five players. Over eight rounds of gameplay, you'll build innovative technologies, gain Military Strength, acquire exotic colonies, create magnificent wonders, experience lavish Golden Ages, wage wars against other nations, and more. With every decision you'll have to manage your gold, stone, and food resources, balance your nation's stability with your need for workers, enhance your nation's culture by acquiring books, and experience events that could either cause the downfall of your nation or make it great. At the end of the game, the total victory points produced by all your nation's accomplishments is summed up. The nation with the most victory points is the greatest and the winner of the game! Contents: One score board , one progress board , Five two-sided player boards , 65 workers , Fifteen architect blocks , 296 Progress cards , 48 Event cards , Five player discs , Five Player Order cards , 24 solo event tiles , 240 resource, victory point, and book tokens , One six-sided die , one War token, one Round token, and twelve Used tokens , One scoring pad , One rulebook. Playtime: 40 - 200 minutes
Players: 1 - 5


Perudo (Liars Dice)

Perudo is the classic game of dice rolling, bluffing, and surprises! Based on generations of the ever-evolving and ever-delightful game of Liar’s Dice, Perudo’s style and color bring an all new attitude to this classic game. With rules easy enough for anyone to learn and a game-play that keeps everyone on their toes, Perudo will leave you and yours asking to play again right away! Key Points:
The classic game of Liar’s Dice in a colorful and exciting package. Easy to learn rules keep everyone coming back for more Bluff and cajole your way to total victory! Ages: 8+ | Players: 2 - 6 |  Playtime: 30 minutes


The Little Prince Rising to the Stars

Experience the classic story of The Little Prince in a family board game by Antoine Bauza and Bruno Cathala! Based on and borrowing imagery from the 2015 film, The Little Prince: Rising to the Stars takes you on an extraordinary journey from Earth to the little prince's asteroid home, in a plane guided by a fox and following in the footsteps of the little prince himself. Over the course of your flight you'll peer through telescopes, encounter birds, and collect stars. You'll also choose moments from the little prince's life in the form of story tiles, and if you can unite the fox and the little prince, you'll earn more stars than you can any other way. Whether you rush towards asteroid B612 or proceed slowly, savoring your travels, you'll enjoy taking flight in this vivid, imaginative, easy-to-learn game. Contents The route to asteroid B612 in eight modular parts Eighteen Story tiles and five Paper Plane tiles 48 Fox cards Eighteen Grandfather cards Six wooden Planes Six Aviator Helmets 36 Star tokens and twelve Telescope tokens.Ages: 6+ | Players: 2 - 6 |  Playtime: 20 minutes


Timeline : Events

JFK's assassination, The Salem Witch Trials, the last Crusade... Do you know in which order these events unfolded in history? If not, now's your chance in -Timeline Events. Each card has a different event on it, and on the opposite side of the card is the date in history that it occurred. Players start with one randomly drawn card in the middle of the table to form the timeline, and on your turn, you place a card before or after it - depending on when you think this event took place. Leave the card in place if you are correct or discard it and draw a new one if you're wrong. The first player to get rid of all their cards wins! Ages: 8+
Players: 2 - 6
Playtime: 15 mins


Timeline : Inventions

Was the light bulb invented before or after glasses? In Timeline Inventions, you can learn the answer to this question and many more, all while having fun! Each card has a different invention, and on the opposite side of the card is the date it was invented.
Players start with one randomly drawn card in the middle of the table to form the timeline, and on your turn, you place a card before it or after it - depending on when you think it was invented.
If placed correctly on the timeline, the card remains. Otherwise, the card is discarded, and a new one must be drawn to replace it. The first player to get rid of their cards wins! Ages: 8+ | Players: 2 - 6 |  Playtime: 15 minutes


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