• 28%
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    Across Africa (Used)

    $ 35.90 $ 49.90

    Condition: Like new.

    Across Africa is a cooperative game for the young players that are just starting their adventure with board games. The game is designed for two to four players of age 6 and up.

     

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  • 23%
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    Between Two Cities (Used)

    $ 45.90 $ 59.90

    Condition: Like new, played once, sleeved.

    Between Two Cities is a partnership-driven tile-drafting game in which each tile represents part of a city: factory, shop, park, landmarks, etc. You work with the player on your left to design the heart of one city, and with the player on your right to design the heart of another city. On each turn you select two tiles from hand, reveal them, then work with your partners separately to place one of those tiles into each of your two cities before passing the remaining hand of tiles around the table.

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  • 33%
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    Bora Bora (Opened)

    $ 49.90 $ 74.90

    Condition: Like new, opened and punched but unplayed.

    In Bora Bora, players use dice to perform a variety of actions using careful insight and tactical planning. The heart of the game is its action resolution system in which 5-7 actions are available each round, the exact number depending on the number of players. Each player rolls three dice at the start of the round, then they take turns placing one die at a time on one action. Place a high number on an action, and you’ll generally get a better version of that action: more places to build, more choices of people to take, better positioning on the temple track, and so on. Place a low number and you’ll get a worse action – but you’ll possibly block other players from taking the action at all as in order to take an action you must place a die on it with a lower number than any die already on the action.

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  • 20%
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    Cube Quest (Used)

    $ 47.90 $ 59.90

    Condition: Like new.

    Cube Quest is a dexterity game in which lightweight hollow cubic dice are flicked across custom rubber mats. Cubes that leave the mats are defeated. Play alternates until someone wins by defeating the enemy king. Cubes also risk defeat in enemy territory; if they land “shadow” side up, they have been captured and must be rolled, like dice, to determine whether they escape.

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  • 20%
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    Enigma (opened)

    $ 59.90 $ 74.90

    Condition: Opened, unplayed.

    In Enigma, players are exploring an ancient temple, solving different problems to make their way from room to room.

    Problem solving is done simultaneously in four different categories — tangrams, block-stacking, canal-building and balance problems — and those who succeed expand the temple with the problem tile they solved, thus adding a new chain of rooms inside the temple or extending an existing chain of rooms. After placing a tile, a player can occupy a room on that tile with one of his three archeologists as long as no other room of the same color is already occupied in that chain. When the chain is closed — that is, when the chain has no “loose ends” that can be expanded upon — any archeologists in that chain’s room return to their players, and players score 1 point for each archeologist they receive. The game ends when somebody reaches 15 points, and the player who has the most points

     

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    Kalimambo

    $ 44.90 $ 74.90

    Condition: Like new

    In Kalimambo, players are amateur explorers in Africa, excited about the discovery of a new species, one of whose members dubbed “Kali” by the explorers playfully runs amongst the group as it crosses the savannah. Unbeknownst to the group, Kali’s rhinoceros friend Mambo is eager to bump the group along to keep it moving, possibly pushing an explorer or two into the dung heaps that dot the land. Can you avoid getting a faceful of feces and being bumped by Mambo?.

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  • 22%
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    Linus the Little Magician (Opened)

    $ 35.90 $ 45.90

    Condition: Like new, opened and punched but unplayed.

    While practicing his powers, Linus, the little magician, has enchanted some of his toys! Can you help him pick up these toys from the floor of his room and put them away?

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  • 25%
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    Machi Koro (used)

    $ 39.90 $ 52.90

    Condition: Good, sleeved.

    Machi Koro is a fast-paced game for 2-4 players. Each player wants to develop the city on their own terms in order to complete all of the landmarks under construction faster than their rivals. On their turn, each player rolls one or two dice. If the sum of the dice rolled matches the number of a building that a player owns, they get the effect of that building; in some cases opponents will also benefit from your die (just as you can benefit from theirs). Then, with money in hand a player can build a landmark or a new building, ideally adding to the wealth of their city on future turns. The first player to construct all of their landmarks wins!

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  • 54%
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    Ora et Labora (Opened)

    $ 54.90 $ 119.90

    Condition: Opened, unplayed.

    In Ora et Labora, each player is head of a monastery in the Medieval era who acquires land and constructs buildings – little enterprises that will gain resources and profit. The goal is to build a working infrastructure and manufacture prestigious items – such as books, ceramics, ornaments, and relics – to gain the most victory points at the end of the game.

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  • 29%
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    Qin (used)

    $ 52.90 $ 74.90

    Condition: good.

    In Qin players colonize the Chinese hinterland, seize territories, and expand their influence by placing tiles and pagodas.

    A move is simple: You choose one out of three tiles from your hand, place it onto the grid of the board, then draw a new tile. Each tile shows two landscapes. If you create a territory that consists of at least two spaces of the same landscape, you seize it. You can also expand your territories, take over territories from other players, and connect your territories to villages on the board. All of this enables you to place pagodas. The player who is first to get all his pagodas on the board wins.

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  • 20%
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    Quadropolis (Used)

    $ 67.90 $ 84.90

    Condition: Like new.

    After a hard day’s work, you take a break to admire your city through the large windows of your office at this hour, most of your citizens are going back home, heading for the tall buildings that you see in front of you. Some others are still wandering in the parks and gardens with their kids, and others decided to go shopping in the new mall that you opened a few weeks ago. In the distance, near the harbor, you can see smoke rising from factories’ chimneys. Somehow, the city never sleeps In Quadropolis you enact the role of the Mayor of a modern city. You will need to define a global strategy to build your city according to your Inhabitants’ needs and outmatch your opponents, sending your Architects to have various buildings erected in your city. Each building allows you to score victory points. There are various types of buildings with different scoring patterns; many of them may be combined for better effect. Will you be able to meet the challenge and become the most prestigious Mayor in history.

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    Rise of Augustus (used)

    $ 52.90 $ 74.90

    Condition: Like new.

    Serving the 1st Roman Emperor, Augustus, you will need to mobilize your legions to control provinces of the Empire and its senators to ultimately obtain the title of Consul. The aim of the game is to earn as many points as possible before any players has taken control of seven objectives.  Throughout the game play, players must strategize so as to manage the risk of claiming the rewards that are available to them in order to maximize the points gained. Players also have the opportunity to wreak havoc with their opponents by causing them to lose some of their legions or objectives, thus foiling their plans on becoming the next Consul.

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