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  • Dominion - Big Box IIDominion - Big Box II

    Dominion: Big Box II

    R1,499.00

    Dominion: Big Box II
    This Big Box edition comes with the new 2016 versions of Dominion and Dominion: Intrigue, as well as additional basic cards for 5 and 6 player games.

  • Quantik

    Quantik Board Game

    R699.00

    Quantik
    On your turn, you will place a piece on an empty space of the board, respecting one single rule: You are not allowed to place a shape in a row, column, or region in which your opponent has a piece of the same shape. The first player to place the fourth unique shape in a row, column, or region wins the game. With Quantik, a single rule is enough to challenge your logic and tactics. A pure abstraction.

  • Everdell

    Everdell Board Game

    R1,299.00

    Everdell
    From Everfrost to Bellsong, many a peaceful year have passed in Everdell — but the time has come for new territories to be settled and new cities to be established. You will be the leader of a group of critters intent on just such a task. There are buildings to construct, lively characters to meet, events to host— you will have a busy year ahead of you! Will the sun shine brightest on your city before the winter moon rises?

  • Descent - Legends of the Dark

    Descent: Legends of the Dark Board Game

    R2,999.00

    Descent: Legends of the Dark
    Forge your own legend as a hero of Terrinoth in Descent: Legends of the Dark, the definitive cooperative dungeon-crawling board game for one to four players!

  • Quixo

    Quixo Board Game

    R699.00

    Quixo is a simple but not simplistic game, whose rules can be learned in just thirty seconds. Anyone can play! Line up 5 cubes in a row, pushing your lines of cubes horizontally or vertically. This is one of the few strategic games that can be played by 2 or 4 players (in teams). Quixo has been recognized as one of the best games in both France and North America.

  • Cargo Noir

    Cargo Noir Board Game

    R1,490.00

    In Serge Laget’s Cargo Noir – his fourth standalone box game from Days of Wonder – players represent “families” that traffic in smuggled goods in a 1950s noir setting. Each turn, you’ll set sail to various ports where cargo is known to get “lost” for the right price – Hong Kong, Bombay, Rotterdam, New York and more – and you’ll make an offer for the goods on display

     

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    BetaBotz Board Game

    R649.00

    BetaBotz is a fun and competitive multiplayer board game where players bid on robots, upgrade their robot with components and execute powerful codes to accomplish tiered missions.

  • IstanbulIstanbul Contents

    Istanbul: Big Box Board Game

    R1,349.00

    Welcome to the Bazaar of Istanbul! There’s hustle and bustle at the grand bazaar in Istanbul as merchants and their assistants rush through the narrow alleys in their attempt to be more successful than their competitors. Everything must be well organized: wheelbarrows must be filled with goods at the warehouses, then swiftly transported by the assistants to various destinations. Your goal? Be the first merchant to collect a certain number of rubies.

  • Qwirkle BoxQwirkle Contents

    Qwirkle

    R499.00

    An addictive strategy game in the tradition of Sequence, Scrabble, and Othello, the Qwirkle Board Game has a simple, straightforward premise: match tiles and win points. But the real joy of the game lies in plotting and scheming your way to victory. Qwirkle is destined to be a family game night favorite.

  • Quarto ClassicQuarto Detail

    Quarto Board Game

    R699.00

    Quarto is recognised as one of the top games of the past 30 years. It is an outstanding test of deductive reasoning, is mentally tough and requires focus, concentration and a poker-face.

  • Quoridor BoxQuoridor Detail

    Quoridor Board Game

    R699.00

    The abstract strategy game Quoridor is surprisingly deep for its simple rules. The object of the game is to advance your pawn to the opposite edge of the board. On your turn you may either move your pawn or place a wall. You may hinder your opponent with wall placement, but not completely block him off. Meanwhile, he is trying to do the same to you. The first pawn to reach the opposite side wins.

  • Ancient Terrible Things Board Game

    R799.00

    In Ancient Terrible Things, a pulp horror adventure game, you play the role of an intrepid adventurer, exploring a dark jungle river. Each turn you must travel to a Fateful Location, face an Ominous Encounter, and attempt to unlock its Ancient Secrets. If you succeed (using a combination of dice, tokens and cards), you add the Secrets to your score; if you fail, you unleash a Terrible Thing, which counts against your score at the end of the game.