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AquaSphere is a demanding euro game, rich in variety, which requires careful planning as well as flexibility.
In Camel Up, up to eight players bet on five racing camels, trying to suss out which will place first and second in a quick race around a pyramid.
The stand-alone card game that re-invents the gaming hit Camel Cup . Small box, huge fun!
Expansion for the game Camel Cup.
In this quick contest about coveted candies, it is important to discover card combinations that result in pairing candies faster than your fellow players.
Mombasa is a lavish strategy game. Its depth and subtle interweaving of unique game elements will appeal to true gamers everywhere.
Mondo is back with its second edition. This new, sleeker edition of the game is considerably smaller in size than its predecessor, and as a result the cost of the game has also been almost cut in half.
An entire new chapter opens in the village chronicles as each player leads his very own village to fame and fortune.
Everyone plays a card and whoever played the highest gets to claim one of the played cards first. Try to fulfill the most lucrative of fruit mixes. An easily accessible card game full of exciting decisions and with unique and stunning artwork!
Take on the role of a Venetian noble, deploy councilmen to important districts, and construct buildings and bridges to gain power and influence.
Now you have the option of boarding you own ship and travelling the seven seas. Hire captains, sell domestic goods, and pick up foreign commodities. Send family members as missionaries to far away islands and dig up treasure chests.
Why First? is a racing game in which players vie to be second in order to win.