Deluxe Metal Meeples
Choose from six different colors, or a collector’s set with one of each. Meeples have metal edges, with icons unique to each color to make them colorblind friendly. Each Set of Meeples comes packaged in a velvet drawstring bag. Great for any board games featuring meeples: Carcassonne, Keyflower, Terra Mystica and many more!
Between Two Cities
Between Two Cities is a quick, competitive cooperative game intended for 3-7 players with light experience.
Are you a city planner? The planner of cities, the cities that have been carefully planned, a city planner. That kind of planner? Yes, that kind!
Work together with the person on your left and right to build glorious cities, choosing two tiles from a rotating hand and discussing which tile goes where. While you are working with the other players, only one city planner can win. At the end of the game, you’re rated on the livability of each city, and lower of the two is your final score. Don’t cut any corners, make these citizens as happy as possible, and you’ll be golden!
Patchwork is a head-to-head quilting game intended for 2 players looking for new entry level titles.
Alexander Hamilton is well known for being the primary architect of the modern financial system. Hamilton, Missouri, on the other hand, is home to an architect of fine quality quilts. If you’re trying to immerse yourself while playing a quilt-based board game, if you too are highly ambitious to quilt your heart out.
Players each work to fill up a 7×7 quilting square, using buttons to purchase different shaped pieces of fabric. While you’re quilting, you’re moving along a board that can award small 1×1 patches of leather to fill in small gaps or more buttons to buy more fabric. Once both players reach the end of the board, the game is over. The player with the most points(Total amount of buttons you have left, minus 2 points for each square on the 7×7 you didn’t fill), is the winner and is officially “the Quiltiest”. Now the title isn’t officially an award, but it sure should be!
Calico is a light-hearted, tile-laying puzzle game, intended for 1-4 players with minimal board gaming experience.
Capricious Kitties will cozy up on the most comfy quilt… will it be yours? Lay tiles to complete patterns, score buttons, and attract cats in this adorable puzzler featuring art by Beth Sobel (Wingspan).
Isle of Skye
Isle of Skye is a highly variable tile-placement game, intended for 2-5 players who already have some experience with board games.
Bid on tiles and arrange them in particular ways to maximize your point gains. That’s what the rolling fields of Scotland are all about!
In Isle of Skye you play a chieftain of a famous clan who’s trying to build up their respective kingdoms. Obviously, the better kingdom is denoted by rating their kingdoms at the end of the game. Each game will play out differently, the scoring on tiles playing out in unique ways as each player develops different tactics and strategies in each game. Bonus points are awarded to anyone who really gets into character and roleplays their character the entire game. Not really, but hey, that’s why home rules are a thing right?
Bear in mind, while you do need money throughout the game to purchase your ideal tiles and build your kingdom, in the end the leader of the island will be the one who’s built the best kingdom. All of that gold doesn’t mean much if your kingdom gets overrun by the neighboring one!
Barenpark is a card drafting/tile placement game intended for 2-4 players with light experience.
Bears, beets, Battlestar Galactica. Two of those things aren’t in this game. That’s right, this fast-paced game about beets will knock your socks off, and chan-. Oh, wait. This is the game about bears? That’s WAY different.
Barenpark has you complete (probably) the most challenging task in the world: build your own bear park to entertain the masses. Forget any other animal out there, these parks are for bears and bears alone. Make your park as gorgeous as possible, attracting visitors and ensuring they’re entertained and well fed. The visitors, not the bears. But also, feed the bears.
Draft cards and place tiles on a grid, earning points for animal houses, outdoor areas, and completed construction. Make sure you build quickly as well, as soon as a player finishes expanding their park, the game ends and points are tallied. You’re probably bear-ly able to contain your excitement at the prospect of this game, and rightfully so. It’s impawssible to not have fun with this one!
Lords of Waterdeep: Scoundrels of Skullport Expansion
Lords of Waterdeep: Scoundrels of Skullport is an in-depth expansion for the well-renowned worker placement game.