Components

  • 15 cards


Setup

  1. Remove the Exploding Kittens (4) and Defuse Cards (6) from your Exploding Kittens deck as normal.



  2. Remove the Exploding Kitten (1) from the Streaking Kittens expansion deck.

  3. Combine the 14 remaining Streaking Kittens expansion cards with the rest of the cards from the main deck and shuffle the deck.



  4. Deal 7 cards face down to each player.



  5. Deal 1 Defuse Card to each player for a total hand of 8 cards per player. Keep your hand secret.



  6. Insert enough Exploding Kittens back into the deck so that the total number of Kittens is equal to the number of players - this is 1 more Exploding Kitten than normal because the Streaking Kitten Card allows a player to hold an Exploding Kitten in their hand without exploding! …



Components

  • 1 gameboard
  • 432 question-and-answer cards
  • 6 card holders
  • 6 track pawns
  • 6 scoring tokens
  • 36 scoring wedges
  • 1 die

Object of the Game

To be the first player (or team) to fill all six spaces on your Scoring Token with different colored wedges by correctly answering questions. Get back to the center first and answer a final question correctly to win!


Setup

  1. Unwrap the card packs and, facing them the same way, place each deck in its matching card holder as shown.



  2. Each player or team takes an empty scoring token and places it on the center space of the gameboard. …


How do you get your team to say APPLE? You can't say RED, FRUIT, PIE, CIDER, or CORE. They're TABOO- utterly unmentionable words!

Think fast, talk fast and don't say a TABOO word or you'll get buzzed and lose a point!

You might say:

  • "New York is the big one".
  • "Eat one of these a day to keep the doctor away".
  • "William tell used one for target practice".

As you call out the clues, your teammates shout out the answers. Before playing, please read the rules that follow. Not to do so would be TABOO! …



Components

  • 16 taboo vegetable cards
  • 112 vegetable cards

Object of the Game

The players try to create a colorful salad as quickly as possibly by taking turns to put down their vegetable cards. Then as fast as the cards are being played, the players must "correctly" name the vegetable.

But watch out, only the player who can quickly and correctly juggle between the truth and (emergency) lies will win! Truly Tongue Twisting!


Setup

All 128 cards are well shuffled and dealt evenly to the players. Spare cards are put aside. Every player holds his cards in a pile, hiding the faces and off you go! …



Components

  • 576 Questions on 288 Cards
  • 5-Second Twisted Timer

Object of the Game

Score the most points by giving three answers before the balls twist down to the bottom of the Timer!


Setup

  • Place the Card Box with the Cards on the table where everyone can reach it, as well as the Timer.

  • Determine how many rounds will be played: for larger groups, play two or three rounds; for smaller groups, play four or five rounds.


Game Play

  • The person who owns the game is first in the Hot Seat, and play will move to the right. …


The king tarries in a far-off land. In his absence, the kingdom falls into chaos and disorder. Each duke seeks to build up his own power and influence. Borders will be redrawn, the kingdom divided. Who will control the most valuable regions when the king returns?


Components

Before your first game, you will have to remove all of the pieces from the cardboard frames.

  • 4 Board Edge Pieces and connectors
  • 9 Land Tiles
  • 60 Action Cards
  • 60 Knights and 16 Castles in 4 colors
  • 100 Border Markers
  • 47 Gold Ducats
  • 4 Siegpunktanzelger
  • 1 Crest Tokens (victory point markers) and one King Token

Object of the Game

Each player builds castles and encloses them with borders. When a castle is completely enclosed, the castle owner controls that Domaine. …



Object of the Game

In this game, each player takes on the role of a Chinese prince, seeking to maximize the prosperity and prestige of his province in the ancient China of approximately 1,000 A.D.

To assist in these endeavors, the princes must call upon the diverse talents of their courtiers, from scholars and monks to warriors and craftsmen.

These loyal subjects will lend their expertise to the struggle to shield their rulers from the often disastrous consequences of the myriad untoward events that plague the populace from month to month. Be it drought, contagion or Mongol invasion, only foresight and planning will spare the princes and their subjects from these fates. …


The age of Art and capitalism has created a need for a new occupation - The Gallerist. Combining the elements of an Art dealer, museum curator, and Artists' manager, you are about to take on that job!

You will promote and nurture Artists; buy, display, and sell their Art; and build and exert your international Influence. As a result, you will achieve the respect needed to draw visitors to your Gallery from all over the world. There's a lot of work to be done, but don't worry, you can hire assistants to help you. …



Components

  • 1 game board
  • 1 black master builder draw bag
  • 1 specially marked 6-sided die
  • 1 black cost marker
  • 1 small black worker token
  • 4 small gray worker tokens
  • 4 large worker tokens
  • 6 wooden cathedral pieces
  • 8 wooden scoring marker discs
  • 12 master builder tokens
  • 28 small worker tokens
  • 75 small playing cards
  • 82 resource cubes
  • 1 rule booklet

Setup

Place the game board in the middle of the table.

  • Choose a color (blue, red, yellow or green) and take the corresponding 3 master builders as well as the matching workers (7 small workers and 1 large worker). Each small figure represents a single worker. The large worker figure counts as 5 workers. Place your pieces in front of you as a reserve. Put all players' master builders in the storage bag and place the bag next to the game board. …



Components

  • gameboard
  • 4 dice cups
  • 20 white dice
  • 1 red die

Object of the Game

Be the last player to have at least one die in play.

A game is played in rounds. Each round, players roll their dice, an opening bid is made, play continues as the bid is raised until it is challenged and the challenge is resolved.

Players lose dice for incorrect challenges. Once a player has lost all of their dice they are out of the game!


Setup

The Red Die

Players place this die on the bidding track to declare their bids. …