Set in the early 20th century of entrepreneurs and chocolatiers experimenting with new ways to create and market chocolates, YOU are assigned the task of chief chocolate maker! Chocolate Factory is a euro game of literal factory building and moving (using a pushable conveyer belt component) chocolates you must complete the most amount of chocolates required by retailers for the best value. The game also features wooden chocolate pieces and a movable conveyer belt making the physicality blended with euro mechanics a unique experience.
Players are each given a starting player board which will have two Factory parts which apply to a physical conveyer belt. The conveyer belt part of the player board contains long slot with an empty region in which to push square tiles along. The tiles will house the chocolate pieces players will manipulate throughout the game. During the game players will initially draft new factory parts (to add to their player board) and specialists (one time use cards with special powers). Then each player will ?push? three times cocoa into their machines. During each ?push? players will be able to use fuel and their factory parts to manipulate their Chocolate pieces. Careful consideration will be required for the spatial element of the game as Chocolate pieces can only be manipulated during a push by the Factory part that is adjacent to their tile. Players score points by creating chocolates for public and personal objectives. The player with the most points at the end wins.
In Dice Hospital, a worker placement game, players must treat as many patients as possible to appease the local authorities! Players use their hospital staff to treat patients on their personal hospital player boards. However, players may also call in specialist staff to react to certain situations that arise to score more points with the authorities! The game uses worker placement mechanics for the staff, dice as the patients where low scores indicate low health and a personal player board of actions to treat patients. The player with the highest reputation wins the game!
Dice Hospital: Community Care introduces 3 expansions to Dice Hospital. The City Expansion, The Maternity Expansion, and the Investments Expansion. Each expansion adds new and interesting ways to play Dice Hospital.
Kittin is an easy to learn, fast-paced and fun dexterity game for all the family. Flip a card, grab your cat meeples, and get building! The quickest player will win the cat-stacking race! Increase the fun with hilarious team rules!
Prepare your adventurers for a challenging dungeon exploration in Paper Dungeons, a roll-and-write game that seeks to reproduce the feel of a dungeon-crawler.
In the game, you control a classic group of medieval adventurers: warrior, wizard, cleric, and rogue. In each of the nine rounds, you select three of the six rolled dice and use these results to raise the level of your characters, produce magic items, obtain healing potions, and explore the dungeon to face challenges and collect treasure. You'll also find three large monsters waiting in the dungeon, and you can fight them for glory.
In the end, whoever collects the most glory wins.
Tinderblox is a mini-tin dexterity game where players are taking it in turns in a campfire building competition. Be careful though, the bigger the campfire gets, the less stable it becomes. Can you handle the heat or will you be the one to cause the campfire to collapse?!
Tinners' Trail is a thematic Euro game, set in 19th century Cornwall. You play as a mining conglomerate at the height of the tin and copper mining industry. You must buy plots of land across Cornwall in auctions and survey them for tin and copper, always managing your 'work points' and money effectively.
Once you have a mine in place, it's time to extract the ore, and make a profit! However, the deeper your mine goes the more expensive the process gets. You'll have the opportunity to improve your mines with infrastructure like ports, train stations, and adits (drainage tunnels), but there's only so many improvements to go around... Can you outplay the competition and make the most money or will you be left without two shillings to rub together?
Tungaru sets players as early Polynesians in this dice placement and resource conversion, euro game. Players will jump from island to island in an effort to recruit Nomads as new tribe members, settle on land, spread their culture and exchange goods.
In a time when early sea-faring Polynesians roamed the Pacific they came across the archipelago of Tungaru, today also known as Gilbert Islands. Rich in nutrients and resources they set about colonising these lands and spreading their culture.
Players use dice as workers, Leader cards which are blind revealed which are then given to your neighbour and custom shaped meeples specific to their tribe. All in an effort to be the most successful tribe!