Games ideally suited for large groups. Quick to learn. Lots of player engagement.
The Dinosaurs try to tag the Mammals, and the Mammals try to tag the Dinosaurs. (Geez, it’s a game of tag with a silly title, so the only real object is to run around, act silly, and have fun.)
A fast-paced, competitive, real-time, trading game with dice and variable goals for two to five players.
A very, very lightweight trick-taking game for three to six R.E.M. fans.
It’s good to be nice, but sometimes it’s even better to be a little naughty! A game of social balance for 2 to 4 players.
Three different quick-playing memory games for 2 to 4 players.
A chance-heavy game for 2 to 6 players looking for one big score (or two, or three…).
Are you and one to three other multi-talented friends as nifty as my friend Ben? Play Renaissance Man and find out!
A “hidden killer” game for 5 or more co-workers.
A five-suited contest for ownership of an ewe for 3 to 6 players.
A silly soda-and-pretzels game for two to four multitalented ninjas.