In 1926, alien entities called Ancient Ones are waking, roused by the dimensional gates that are opening all over the city. The players must join forces to close all the gates before they awaken, or face the extinction of human race. The game is set in the fictional town of Arkham, Massachusetts, made famous by H.P. Lovecraft in his writings about the Cthulhu Mythos.
Find out once and for all which is the superior sex. This fun, fast-paced, party game tests your knowledge of the opposite sex with gender-based questions. Does she know the usual numbers of lugs on a wheel? Can he think of the best way to stop a run in stockings? The winner is the first team to cross the board but the fun doesn’t stop. Everyone wants to play again.
Rattle off as many clues as you can until somebody on your team yells the word or phrase you want to hear. Get as physical as you want. Gesture. Say anything you want. Just keep talking. And keep passing. ’Cause if the buzzer goes off while you’re holding the disk, the other guys get the point
You are a corporation. Not a CEO, a corporation. (They’re people too.) You will start businesses to make money. You will influence the other players. You will manipulate the American people and government. You will do what corporations do best: maximize profits. The game uses humor (a lot of it) to address otherwise dull and serious issues. At the same time, Corporate America is deeply strategic and extremely engaging, featuring unique negotiation and bidding mechanics.
Dixit is an exciting game of storytelling through imagination and clues. The 84 artistically designed cards tell a different story for every individual and put creativity to the test! This game was featured on an episode of the web series TableTop.
Place the Basic Rules card on the table, deal three cards to each player, and follow the Basic Rules, adapting to new rules as they appear on the cards played. Continue until a player meets the most recently played Goal.
'Out-geek’ your opponents by out-bidding and completing challenges in different pop culture categories! Steal and score points by being able to complete bigger lists than your opponents, but don’t bid too high or you could end up losing points in the end
Once the well-guarded secret of the Hollywood elite, this revolutionary next-generation domino game is sweeping beyond Tinseltown into living rooms the world over. Make your own "movie" by playing tiles down your lane, or down the Red Carpet. Get the upper hand by playing a Stunt Double, the Blockbuster or the coveted comeback tile. When the final scenes are shot, will you finish "under budget" with the lowest score to win?
Marrying Mr. Darcy is a role-playing game where players are one of the female characters from Jane Austen’s novel Pride and prejudice. Players work to improve themselves and become more desirable as potential wives for the available Suitors. But be warned--though you can turn down a proposal from a suitor you do not admire, you will run the risk of becoming an old maid!
Players form interlocking words, crossword fashion, on a board using letter tiles of different values. Each player competes for high score by taking advantage of the letter tiles, as well as the premium squares on the board.
An exciting game of bluffing, bribery and smuggling. As a merchant, you want to make as much profit as you can with your goods, but first you’ll have to get past the notorious Sheriff of Nottingham. This game was featured on an episode of the web series TableTop.
The object: Be the first player to collect all six wedges and answer a final question to win.
Players answer questions indicated by the board space they occupy until they collect all 6 colored scoring wedges and be the first to move to the center space to answer a final question and win the game.
Verdict is an authentic all-skill game in which two or more players conduct a criminal court trial based upon the rules of evidence. One player takes the part of the prosecutor and the other player the part of the defense counsel. There are 15 separate criminal cases in the Verdict Case Book, each of which is a complete game in itself.