- Bonfire – a tile placement, set collection, and point-to-point movement strategy game done in typical Stefan fashion with lots of variability and few available options. – – 1 to 4 players – – 70 to 100 minutes game play.
- Draftosaurus – a drafting and set collection game of dinosaurs for ages 8+. Each player has a player board with pens/zones for placing the different colored wooden dinosaur meeples. The active player begins by rolling the placement rule die and taking a random handful of dinosaur meeples. Next he/she chooses one of the dinosaurs from their hand, places it strategically in a zone on their board so it brings them the most points at the end of the game, and pass the remaining dinosaurs in their hand to the next player. – – 2 to 5 players – – 15 minutes game play.
- Paladins Of The West Kingdom – is the second game in the West Kingdom Trilogy. This is a worker placement game with different worker types. Points are gained by building outposts and fortifications, commissioning monks and confronting outsiders. Each round, players will enlist the help of a specific Paladin and gather workers to carry out tasks. As the game progresses, players will slowly increase their faith, strength and influence. Not only will these affect their final score, but they will also determine the significance of their actions. The game is concluded at the end of the seventh round. – – 1 to 4 players – – 90 to 120 minutes game play.
- Parks – a modular board game covering the US National Parks. Players take on the role of two hikers as they trek different trails across four seasons. While on the trail, these hikers will take actions and collect memories of the places your hikers visit. These memories are represented by various resource tokens like mountains, forests, and wildlife. Collecting these memories in sets will allow players to trade them in to visit a National Park at the end of each hike worth victory points. Each trail represents one season of the year, and each season, the trails will change and grow steadily longer. The trails, represented by tiles, get shuffled in between each season and laid out anew for the next round. Resources can be tough to come by especially when someone is at the place you’re trying to reach. Campfires allow you to share a space and time with other hikers. Canteens and Gear can also be used to improve your access to resources through the game. – – 1 to 5 players – – 30 to 60 minutes.
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