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Beasty Bar Card Game

Beasty Bar Card Game

The animals are dressed up and ready to enter the "Beasty Bar" nightclub. Who will actually make it through the door?

Beasty Bar is a fun "take that" card game about party animals. The players play animal cards into a line, and each animal has a special power that can manipulate the order of the cards. Whenever five animals are present at the end of a turn, the two animals up front get to party while the one at the rear has to go home. Whoever manages to send more of her animals to the party than anyone else wins.

Beasty Bar Card Game: New Beasts In Town Expansion

Beasty Bar Card Game: New Beasts In Town Expansion

Beasty Bar: New Beasts in Town is the first standalone expansion to Beasty Bar, and it can be played either by itself or in combination with the original game, as part of a challenging two-round draft.

Twelve all-new beasts with new special powers are lining up in front of the bar. As before, it is imperative to stay at the front of the queue in order to be able to join the party. When combined with the original game, each player splits his 24 cards into two draw piles of 12 cards of his choice for two games in a row.

Bite Night Card Game

Bite Night Card Game

Rendezvous at midnight. Who will await you at the full moon: the monk, the maiden, or the vampire? In this action-packed game, you need to grab quickly. You try to secretly set the objectives that fit with the tiles you have grabbed. But what happens if you bite off more than you can chew? ? Happy is the player who has stocked up on garlic!

Dreams Card Game

Dreams Card Game

Dreams is a game of perception and intuition with 72 large cards illustrated by eight different artists.

In each round, four pictures are revealed. The players are gods who transfer one of these images onto the night sky as a new constellation of stars. Which one is transferred is determined in such a way that all players but one know the picture in question. The one who doesn't know which picture was chosen tries to remain undetected during the round.

Star by star, the players now transfer the picture onto the night sky (i.e., the central mat) until all stars are placed. There is a good chance that different players will emphasize different aspects of the picture in question. After the placement phase, the "Gods" try to detect the "ignorant" player, while the ignorant player tries to name the picture that was chosen. The right balance between keeping the imposter in the dark and not giving the regular players cause for suspicion has to be struck...

El Paso Board Game

El Paso Board Game

Seven splendid towns ?wait? to be looted by you. On each turn, you decide what target you?re aiming at. However, all of you too often get in each other?s way.

The longer an outlaw stays in a town, the more stolen goods he can take with him to the next town and turn into money there. But he who takes his time could fall into the sheriff?s hands.

You get rich not only if you make a fat haul, but turn it into cold cash. The one who leaves the seventh town with the most money is the bandit who can?t be beaten, and wins the game.

Geistesblitz 2 Card Game

Geistesblitz 2 Card Game

Geistesblitz 2.0 is the second witty reaction game with the extra splash of esprit that makes your brain cells dance.

Now a tub, a brush, a towel, a frog and Balduin's spiritualized friend Babette gather in the middle of the table. You know the rules from GEISTESBLITZ. If a card shows a towel, however, you look for the item that last "dried itself off" with the towel, with the color of the towel being critical. Quakulius the frog demands that you call out the item. If this item appears in the original color, the frog understands only a foreign language.

Try it out, by all means: In combination with GEISTESBLITZ, this results in an ecstatic playing experience that brings together both halves of the brain! And this could become really witty!

Geistesblitz Card Game

Geistesblitz Card Game

A reaction game as fast as lightning for 2 to 8 bright minds, 8 years and up

Balduin, the house ghost, found an old camera in the castle cellar. Immediately he photographed everything that he loves to make disappear when he is haunting ? including himself, of course. Unfortunately, the enchanted camera takes many photos in the wrong colors. Sometimes the green bottle is white, other times it?s blue. Looking at the photos, Balduin doesn?t really remember any more what he wanted to make disappear next. Can you help him with his haunting and quickly name the right item, or even make it disappear by yourself?If you grab the right items quickly, you have good chances to win ?

Five wooden pieces on the table are waiting to be cached: A white ghost, a green bottle, a cute grey mouse, a blue book and a comfortable red chair. The cards show pictures with two objects that are not shown in the right color, for example a green ghost and a red mouse: Here you have four details combined in a wrong way, green, red, ghost and mouse. The only object or color not shown is the blue book. So the first to grab the blue book gets the card as a reward.But be careful! Here is the twist: sometimes one of the items on a card shows a right combination of color and object, i.e. a green bottle and a red mouse. The green bottle is a true object. So the first who grabs this item gets the card.Everybody else who cached a wrong object loses one of his collected cards.

The game ends when the card pile has been used up. Whoever possesses the most cards wins.

Ghost Blitz Spooky Doo Card Game

Ghost Blitz Spooky Doo Card Game

Ghost Blitz (Geistesblitz): Spooky Doo is the latest addition to Zoch?s brain twister family of games. It comes in a beautiful metal box and features two new items, the barrel and the fez. While the basic Geistesblitz rules still apply, the fez can be placed over any of the other items. It is a new challenge to know which item is hidden underneath the fez at all times.

The lightning fast shape and color recognition game that is sure to test the reflexes of kids, families and gamers alike. Five items sit on the table waiting to be caught. Each card in the deck shows pictures of two objects, with one or both objects colored the wrong way. With all players playing at the same time, someone reveals a card, then players grab for the "right" object ? but which object is right?

  • If one object is colored correctly ? say, a green bottle and a red mouse ? then players need to grab that correctly colored object.
  • If both objects are colored incorrectly ? say, a green ghost and a red mouse ? then you look for the object and color not represented among the four details shown. In this case you see green, red, ghost and mouse, so players need to grab the blue barrel.
  • The first player to grab the correct object keeps the card, then reveals the next card from the deck. If a player grabs the wrong object, she must discard one card previously collected. Once the card deck runs out, the game ends and whoever has collected the most cards wins!

    The new key feature is now the fez. Fez is used to cover one of the other elements. When the players are obliged the catch the fez they instead say the name of an item under the fez. When the players are obliged the catch the item under the fez, they instead catch the fez to show the item that was covered. Whenever fez is caught the player holding it may cover the same or new item.

  • Kilt Castle Board Game

    Kilt Castle Board Game

    Kilt Castle adds a simple and highly interactive card mechanism to the classic Euro game genre of outbuilding one's opponents in an attempt to control the largest territory.The game board shows a grid of 5x5 squares. Ten cards are placed beside the first four rows in stacks of 4, 3, 2 and 1 card. On their turn, the player picks up an open card from one of the stacks next to the game board and places it in another row ? always in a clockwise direction. All players whose colors are on that card (one or two) are then allowed to build a new tower or build on top of an existing tower in this particular row. Building on an open space is free, while building on top of somebody else's tower costs as many ducats as the number of "floors" already built. A player can decide to trigger a general round of scoring simply by moving the last card of any stack. High towers are a good way to claim a large, connected territory and collect a lot of ducats.

    Mea Culpa Board Game

    Mea Culpa Board Game

    Mea Culpa is a paradise-and-pandemonium gamer's game that?s all about sins and sinners. Be it at the brothel or at the market, men such as the Pope or the Emperor can be seen hard at work at any time of the day. Even the most miserable miser, though, would be well advised to also strive to get hold of enough precious stones and wine to make sufficient donations towards the Lord's cathedrals. After all, it is through pious generosity that a poor soul can gain the all-important letters of indulgence and be pardoned for a life of greed and lust. When all is said done, what matters is to have sinned just enough to have achieved all goals and gotten away with it, while others took the fall.

    To win, players have to end the game with their "poor souls" closer to heaven's gate than their opponents. Alas, throughout the game these poor souls pretty much exclusively move in the opposite direction, i.e., towards Hell. Only at the very end of the game might players climb back towards heaven, depending on the letters of indulgence that they managed to collect up to that point.

    The accumulation of these letters of indulgence is each player's primary goal. To this end, they take on the roles of different people: the Pope, the Emperor, the Merchant, or the Little Sinner. Each round, these roles in turn grant them access to different special actions. On their turn, players buy or sell goods on the market, visit the brothel to benefit from personal connections, or secretly donate money and goods to the church. Meanwhile, the construction of the game's three cathedrals proceeds. As soon as a cathedral is fully erected, the church will hand out the all-important letters of indulgence. However, only those who have donated the most in either of three categories will actually receive anything.

    Many perks that can be used during the game require the players to "sin". Sins are tracked by means of a tally stick and will move the player's poor soul closer to hell. The player who strikes the right balance and picks the right roles at the right time will be able to collect the most valuable letters of indulgence and might stand chance at winning the game. If a player has burdened themselves with too much sin, though, all will ultimately be for naught.




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