Bites Board Game
Highly interactive with no direct conflict. Players move ants along a trail and collect food as they go. However, the value of that food depends on how the other ants move. Shared incentives mean you are always trying to figure out what the other players are up to. Variable "rules cards" tweak the rules to every game so that each play is fresh.
Loot of Lima
Loot of Lima is a multiplayer deduction puzzle, where you ask questions and piece together information to find buried treasure before your opponents.
Deduction games are games like Clue. In Clue, you try to figure out the who/where/how of a murder. To do so, you eliminate all whos/wheres/hows that are not possible answers.
Loot of Lima is similar, except:
1. Loot of Lima uses a clever coordinate system to give you the sense of searching different spots on Cocos Island.
2. Loot of Lima is much harder. Not harder to learn, but harder to solve the head scratching puzzle of where the treasure is buried.
On Tour USA and Europe
On Tour USA and Europe is our newest version of our very popular On Tour game.
It's a 20 minute route-building, roll-and-write board game with large, premium components. One to eight players share dice rolls and location cards to plan their band's travel and get them to as many states (for USA) or countries (for Europe) as possible during a 100-day tour.
Each turn, the dice determine which numbers you write while cards restrict where you can go. Players write simultaneously on their own maps, all using the same dice rolls and cards flips.
Everyone gets the same inputs, but it's up to you to decide what the stops will be on your map.
Make On Tour USA and Europe a party game by purchasing two and you can play up to 16 players! There's really no limit to how many players can play this game as long as you have the maps!
On Tour European Expansion
If you bought On Tour USA and Europe, you don't need this. The contents of this expansion are already included in that game.
You must already own the first edition of On Tour, The expansion only includes the boards and Europe cards (no dice, markers, USA cards, or box). The new maps will fit in the first edition box that you already have.
An exciting new twist to our hit game On Tour, that came out in 2019, is the European expansion! The European expansion comes with eight double sided player boards; Europe on one side and USA on the other side, a set of 40 Region + Country cards, and eight dry erase markers.
A new wrinkle on the same game.
The European map has the same rules as the USA map, but the differences in geography create a different feel and strategy.
There are fewer connections on the European map (70 lines for 40 countries vs 89 lines for 41 states). However, it is easier to get from one side of the map to the other on the Europe side. The max distance between any two countries is 6, vs a max distance of 10 on the USA map. So on Europe, it is easier to zigzag around the whole board, but harder to wiggle around in close quarters.
QE (Quantitative Easing) Board Game
It's 2008, and the economy is crashing. You play as one of the largest nations in the world, and it is your job to save the economy by enacting QE (Quantitative Easing) measures and printing money to bail out companies.
There will be auctions for companies you can bail out and special industries to save. And since you are the central bank, you own the money printer and you can bid whatever you want. Write down any number for your bid, the only limit is your imagination. Go nuts from .0000001 to thirty quadrillion.
At the end of the game, total up all your winning bids by the amount of companies and special bonus points. Whoever has the most points win. But be careful though - if you are the country who spends the most during the game, you’re out! It's a super interactive experience that turns auction gaming on its head.
Board Game Bag
Orders with only Standard Gray Bags and Game-Shut Bands will ship immediately. Other orders will ship in October
Premium Sky Blue bags shipped to Europe will come with plastic clips and buckles instead of metal and a lower weight limit on the shoulder strap.
Say hello to the board game bag you’ve always wanted.
We all know plastic crates are awkward to carry, have a poor storage-to-weight rating, and barely keep your games safe. And let’s not get started on grocery bags or bungee cords.
That’s where our thoroughly-tested board game bag comes in.
These bags are made specifically with board games in mind. They’re 12 inches wide, lovingly hold the equivalent of 7 large "Ticket to Ride" sized game boxes, and are padded to protect them. But that’s not all, every bag is weather-resistant, offers up to 4 carrying methods, a front pocket for small items like our digital scratchpad, and can fold away for when you’re not using it. And yes, they even can be used as a "normal" travel bag.
This Digital Scratchpad just makes sense! Use it in game play for taking notes, as score card, or drawing pad. Stop wasting paper today.
Write on the screen to take any notes you want. Your scribbles stay in place until you press the button to clear the screen. Then start all over.
You can lock the screen so you can't accidentally erase your notes and unlock the screen and send it to the digital trash bin when you're finished!
We've been told it’s the unsung hero of game night.
8.5 inches (21.6 cm) corner to corner. Runs off a coin cell battery that will last at least one year.
"Game-Shut" Cross Rubber Bands
Have you ever had that moment like Ralphie, in the Christmas story, holding the hub cap for his dad and all of a sudden, "Oh fuuudge"...CRASH! Your 4,000 piece board game looks like the solar system across your floor, or even worse, across the pavement?
Well, great news! Now you don't have to worry. With our "Game Shut" Cross Rubber Bands, that will never happen to you again. The larger 8" Game Shut Cross Rubber Bands work for most common medium to large size boxes like On Tour, QE and Bites, while the smaller 4" bands are great for your small game boxes and card games.
Do your future self a favor and save yourself from the anxiety of picking up 4,000 game bits in a parking lot!