You are farmers raising sheep, pigs, cows, and horses. Three workers help you keep the animals on your farm. Each round, you take turns placing your workers on action spaces to enclose pastures, build stalls and stables, and upgrade your farm. The winner is the player who raised the most animals and build the most valuable buildings.
This new Big Box edition is a revised version containing the original base game and its two expansions. Apart from the shaped animals, this edition now also includes shaped resource tokens and workers!
1 Game Board ,
2 Farm Boards ,
5 Farm Expansions ,
5 "Small" Tiles ,
4 Basic Special Buildings ,
54 Special Buildings ,
9 Substitute Markers ,
1 Start Player Marker &
Ages: 10+ | Players: 2 | Playtime: 30 minutes
In Gingerbread House by Phil Walker-Harding, you are placing domino-like
tiles in a 3 by 3 grid, covering symbols that will provide you with
four different types of gingerbread and special actions. Tiles may also
be placed on existing types of tiles, forming a 3D structure in front of
you. Covering two of thee games symbol is extremely valuable, as it
will provide a bonus gingerbread or action. Victory points are awarded
for building the tallest structure, completing orders by discarding sets
of gingerbread, as well as being the quickest to achieve certain
conditions. In the end, the player with the most victory points wins.Ages: 8+ | Players: 2 - 4 | Playtime: 30 - 45 minutes
NEOM is a modern city-building game featuring simultaneous drafting and tile placement that takes inspiration from games such as 7 Wonders, Carcassonne, and Sim City. Players compete to build the most impressive city utilizing a tree of 17 different goods (from three different tiers) that can each be unlocked, allowing the placement of increasingly powerful tiles as the game progresses. Tiles also feature roads which must be connected without being rotated, meaning that players must always plan their city layout with an eye to the future.
At the start of each game, players draft cornerstones — powerful, unique tiles that heavily change what is most valuable from game to game.
NEOM has been in development for seven years and the rules and tile set have been iterated on over the course of more than 3,500 games logged in a custom online prototype, leading to an exceptionally well balanced game with a wide variety of viable strategies.
Ages: 10+ | Players: 1 - 5 | Playtime: 45 minutes
Patchwork is a form of needlework that involves sewing together pieces of fabric into a larger design. In the
past, it was a way to make use of leftover pieces of cloth to create clothing and quilts. Today, patchwork is a
form of art, in which the designers use precious fabrics to create beautiful textiles. The use of uneven pieces of
fabric in particular can result in real masterpieces and is therefore being practiced by a large number of textile
To create a beautiful quilt, however, requires effort and time, but the available patches just do not want to fit
together. So choose your patches carefully and keep a healthy supply of buttons to not only finish your quilt, but
to make it better and more beautiful than your opponent‘s.
1 neutral token ,
2 time tokens ,
2 quilt boards ,
1 two sided central time board ,
33 patches ,
50 button tiles &
1 rule book.
Ages: 8+ | Players: 2 | Playtime: 15 - 30 minutes
In Piepmatz, you skillfully play bird cards from your hand to collect seeds and birds at the bird feeder. Seeds and mated pairs of birds in your collection are worth points. Single birds score only if you have the most of their species. You score points for seeds, mated pairs of birds, and species majorities. Whoever has the most points wins.
Ages: 10+ | Players: 2 - 4 | Playtime: 30 minutes
Tybor the Builder
Tybor the Builder is set in the world of Longsdale, previously seen in Oh My Goods! and its expansions.
During the game, each player receives a hand of five multipurpose cards, each depicting a professional (priest, soldier, merchant, craftsman, etc.) who has come to Longsdale. After choosing a card to draft, the remaining cards are passed to the next player, then you may choose how to play your chosen card:
As a worker, only the strength is relevant. The card is placed in the player's tableau.
As a builder, this person is discarded, then you can build a building from the existing supply, discarding workers with a certain strength to build it.
As a citizen in the city, they provide special powers and facilitate the building of certain buildings.
After a predetermined number of rounds, the point values of the buildings are summed, and whoever has the most points wins.
Tybor der Baumeister contains "chapters" and scenarios set during Tybor's lifespan that serve as variants for tasks or rules of play, with 32 possible combinations. With two copies of the game, up to eight players can compete at once.
Playtime: 30 mins
Players: 2 - 4