Components

  • 4 small player boards
  • 96 building cards
  • 100 wooden Buildings (25 per player):
  • 7 wooden Temples in a neutral color
  • 7 two-sided Continent tiles
  • Gold coins (63 ones, 12 fives, 9 tens)
  • Victory Point tokens (24 ones, 9 threes, 9 fives, 17 tens)
  • 80 resources: wood (20), stone (20), clay (20), wheat (20)
  • 1 First Player card

Object of the Game

Each player begins a game of Deus with a hand of 5 Building cards. On your turn, you must choose from two actions: construct a building or make an offering to a god.

Constructing a building consists of playing a Building card, and placing the associated wooden piece in a region of the gameboard. You must place the building card in the column of the same color, and then you can benefit from the power of all the cards placed in this column, starting at the bottom. …



Object of the Game

A female velociraptor and her five babies are hunted by a team of scientists. The player who controls the raptor family can win by killing the scientists that are after her, or by allowing three of her babies to take shelter deep into the jungle where nobody will ever find them. The player who controls the scientists has to neutralize the mother or capture three of her babies.

The Raptor player wins if:

  • Three baby raptors have escaped from the board OR
  • There are no more scientists on the board

The Scientist player wins if: …



Components

  • 1 Game board, consisting of 3 double-sided game board sections and 3 clamps
  • 4 ATVs (All-Terrain Vehicles)
  • 4 Huts
  • 3 Palm Trees
  • 3 Moai Statues
  • 60 Compass roses (tokens, 15 red, 15 green, 15 yellow, 15 blue/purple)
  • 52 Clue cards
  • 39 Treasure Cards
  • 2 Curse cards
  • 68 Site markers (wooden cubes, 17 black, 17 white, 17 grey, 17 brown)
  • 20 Amulets

Object of the Game

You reconstruct treasure maps by combining clues, either alone or with the help of other players, until the location of a treasure is determined.

Then, you try to be the first at the location to raise the treasure. For that, and for contributing clues, shares of the treasure are awarded. By picking up amulets - and using them wisely - you will gain an advantage (and protection from the curses, too). …


In Welcome To, players are American architects in the 50s during the Baby Boom. But beware of the competition! Who will best accomplish the city's plans by creating the nicest housing estates in the three streets they've been assigned? Will your luxurious parks and fancy pools be enough to earn you title of Best Architect?

Welcome To is a game where everyone plays at the same time with the same cards. It's all about cleverly combining the house numbers with their associated effects in order to become the greatest architect of tomorrow ! …


Each player represents an African kingdom that strives to establish cultural dominance. This is done by placing craftsmen and erecting monuments. Both of these activities score victory points.

The number of victory points required to win the game depends on how many special abilities you choose to acquire: the stronger you want to be, the more points you will need to win.

The game is played in rounds, each one divided in 4 phases. In Phase I and II, players take turns. Phase III and IV are played very quickly. …



Object of the Game

The players use strategy and cunning to win influence over northwestern India, province by province and city by city. The most successful player (and the winner) is the one who establishes the most magnificent palaces and has the most power in the end.


Components

  • Game board
  • 100 palaces
  • 5 scoring markers
  • 2 black figures
  • 100 cards
  • 1 gold ring (crown)
  • 12 octagonal province tiles
  • 24 oval influence tiles
  • 16 bonus tiles

Note: Before the first game, carefully remove the individual tiles from their frames. Sort out the 4 special cards (with a different back from the other 96). …



Setup

Place the Common Board in the middle of the table, and then place 3 blue dice per player (e.g. 9 dice in a 3 player game) above it. Any remaining blue dice are returned to the game box.

Place the Year Marker on space "1" of the Year Track.

Shuffle the 4 Starting Shipment Tiles (orange sails) and place them - in random order - face up next to the four docks on the common board.

Shuffle the 10 Scholar Tiles and the 6 Bishop Tiles separately. Draw 3 random tiles of each type and place them face up above the designated spaces on the common board. Remaining tiles are returned to the game box. …


Stockpile is a fast-paced economic game of corporate investments, insider trading, and market manipulation. Each player acts as a private investor with the goal of amassing the greatest net worth.


Components

  • 1 Turn marker
  • 6 Stock tickers
  • 6 Company cards
  • 6 Forecast cards
  • 100 Currency cards
  • 5 Player boards
  • 7 Bidding meeples
  • 1 First player token
  • 60 Stock cards
  • 12 Trading fee cards
  • 8 Action cards

Object of the Game

The player with the most money at the end of the game wins.


Setup

1 Pass out a Bidding Meeple, Player Board, and $20,000 in Currency Cards (three $5K and five $1K bills) to each player. Place the remaining currency cards next to the board. …


The theaters of London are abuzz. In one week, her majesty the Queen will attend their new shows and will grant her support to one of the troupes.

It's the chance of a lifetime for the young authors who are inflaming the populace with ever more audacious and motley plays. But how do you create a masterpiece in such a short time? Whoever has the answer to this thorny question will probably enter the rolls of history!


Components

  • 4 individual boards
  • 20 cylinders (five in each color)
  • 28 discs (seven in each color)
  • 30 Character cards
  • 4 Recruitment cards
  • 16 Rest tokens
  • 4 Game Reference cards
  • 1 Main board
  • 2 bags
  • 1 Day token
  • 8 +3 tokens
  • 56 coins (1, 3, 5 Pounds)
  • 72 Stage Set elements
  • 72 Costume elements
  • Rulebook
Individual Board:


Main Board:


Object of the Game

In Shakespeare, the players have 6 days to create the most grandiose play possible. They must recruit actors and craftsmen, put up stage sets, create costumes, and perform rehearsals. …



Components

Before the start of the first game please remove all tiles from the frames.

  • 1 Game Board
  • 4 Player Boards
  • 48 workers (8 each in 6 colors)
  • 4 Tracking discs (1 each in the 4 player colors)
  • Approx. 90 black cubes
  • 1 Scoring Marker (white cylinder)
  • 24 Train tiles (6 in each of the 4 player colors)
  • 24 Ship tiles (6 in each of the 4 player colors)
  • 40 Influence tiles (10 in each of the 4 player colors)
  • 24 Factory tiles
  • 24 Machinery tiles
  • 32 Contract tiles
  • 16 Blueprint tiles (with the values 1 or 2)
  • 9 City tiles
  • 24 Reward tiles (with a bonus on the front and a 2x - 5x VP Multiplier on the back)
  • 4 VP Multiplier tiles (with 2x VP on both sides)
  • 1 cloth bag
  • Yen notes

Setup

All the rules are explained for a 4-player game. If the game has fewer than 4 players, put any unused components in the game box. …