Board Games Collection

Hive

Age Range: 9+
Number of Players: 2
Game Length: 20 Minutes
Difficulty: 2.3 / 5

Hive is a highly addictive strategic game for two players that is not restricted by a board and can be played anywhere on any flat surface. Hive is made up of twenty two pieces, eleven black and eleven white, resembling a variety of creatures each with a unique way of moving.


Hoot Owl Hoot!

Age Range: 10+
Number of Players: 2 – 5
Game Length: 40 – 60 Minutes
Difficulty: 2.6 / 5

In Hoot Owl Hoot! the players want to move all the owls back to their nest before the sun rises and the new days begins.


Hot Potato Junior

Age Range: 4+
Number of Players: 2 – 6
Game Length: 20 Minutes
Difficulty: 2 / 5

Can you think fast under pressure? Hot Potato Junior gives you just a few moments to come up with a proper answer and throw the Hot Potato into your opponents hands. Get rid of the potato before the time is up so you don’t get burned! Answer quickly, aim well, catch firmly… Answer quickly, aim well, catch firmly and try not to drop down to the bottom of the board. Tastes great at any age!


Istanbul

Age Range: 10+
Number of Players: 2 – 5
Game Length: 40 – 60 Minutes
Difficulty: 2.6 / 5

There’s hustle and bustle at Istanbul’s grand bazaar as merchants and their assistants rush through the narrow alleys in their attempt to be more successful than their competitors. Everything must be well organized: wheelbarrows must be filled with goods at the warehouses, then swiftly transported by the assistants to various destinations. Your goal? Be the first merchant to collect a certain number of rubies.


Kill Doctor Lucky

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Age Range: 12+
Number of Players: 3 – 8
Game Length: 45 Minutes
Difficulty: 1.6 / 5

In this notorious game, an inversion of Clue, you hate Doctor Lucky. Maybe he left you out of his will. Maybe he killed your pet rock. Whatever the reason, you want him dead. Unfortunately, so do the other players. Since you don’t want to go to jail, you need to make your attempt in secret; if anybody can see you, whistle nonchalantly, and let the Doctor live … until next time.


Kill the Overlord

Age Range: 13+
Number of Players: 4 – 8
Game Length: 45 Minutes
Difficulty: 3 / 5

It’s good to be the Overlord. You have minions to grovel at your feet, limitless wealth, and absolute power over all the lands – but you know that your subjects are plotting. They envy your wealth and hope to steal it for themselves, specifically by removing you from the picture.

So you’ve decided to secure your power and eliminate these individuals by sending your executioner out with orders to kill the first person he meets. Unfortunately, your executioner is a gullible fellow who’s extremely enthusiastic about his job – easy to dissuade and misdirect, if you’re clever enough.

Who will be the first player with no excuse to miss his own funeral? Once the axe starts swinging, not even the Overlord is safe!


Legends of Andor

Age Range: 9+
Number of Players: 2
Game Length: 20 Minutes
Difficulty: 2.3 / 5

Legends of Andor is a cooperative adventure board game for two to four players in which a band of heroes must work together to defend a fantasy realm from invading hordes. To secure Andor’s borders, the heroes will embark on dangerous quests over the course of five unique scenarios (as well as a final scenario created by the players themselves). But as the clever game system keeps creatures on the march toward the castle, the players must balance their priorities carefully.


Letters from Whitechapel

Age Range: 13+
Number of Players: 2 – 6
Game Length: 60 Minutes
Difficulty: 3 / 5

Get ready to enter the poor and dreary Whitechapel district in London 1888 – the scene of the mysterious Jack the Ripper murders – with its crowded and smelly alleys, hawkers, shouting merchants, dirty children covered in rags who run through the crowd and beg for money, and prostitutes – called “the wretched” – on every street corner.  One player plays Jack the Ripper, and his goal is to take five victims before being caught. The other players are police detectives who must cooperate to catch Jack the Ripper before the end of the game. 


Light & Dark

Age Range: 12+
Number of Players: 3 – 8
Game Length: 45 Minutes
Difficulty: 2 / 5

Flick, flip, fun!

In Light & Dark, two players compete to see whether they can turn druids to the side of the light or the dark. Flick druid disks across the table in an attempt to convert your opponent’s druids, or light and extinguish torches to win the game.


Lord of the Fries

Age Range: 12+
Number of Players: 3 – 8
Game Length: 45 Minutes
Difficulty: 2 / 5

Lord of the Fries is a thematic sequel to Give Me The Brain!. It takes place at the same restaurant, has the same cast of characters, and requires roughly the same equipment. But the game is entirely different.

Players choose orders (sometimes randomly, sometime not) from the figuratively colorful Friedey’s menu, and try to fill them with cards from their hands. Some orders are easy, like the Cowabunga. One Cow Meat, one Bun. Some are a little harder, like the Chickabunga Conga: same as a Chickabunga (Bird Meat plus Bun), plus Fries and a Drink. Sound easy? Now try your hand at a Lord of the Fries, a Meat Munch, or the infamous Patriarch (Fish Meat, Cheese, Bun, Fries, Drink, and the oft-maligned Strawberry Pie).