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Gloom - weird gothic card game about one strange family members and pain. In the Gloom card game, you assume control of the fate of an eccentric family of misfits and misanthropes. The goal of the game is sad, but simple: you want your characters to suffer the greatest tragedies possible before passing on to the well-deserved respite of death. You'll play horrible mishaps like Pursued by Poodles or Mocked by Midgets on your own characters to lower their Self-Worth scores, while trying to cheer your opponents' characters with marriages and other happy occasions that pile on positive points. The player with the lowest total Family Value wins.(Source - Boardgamegeek.com)
In Shadows over the Empire, players take the role of leaders of four factions in a struggle for control of Cardis. They must influence various personalities and have them do their bidding. Loyalties are constantly changing and great allies become mortal enemies in a city filled with desire for dominion. Who will prevail? (Source - Boardgamegeek.com)
BANG! Dodge City, the second expansion for BANG!, features new characters and cards allowing for play with as few as three players or as many as eight (thanks to a second Renegade card). Dodge City contains two decks of cards to be shuffled together with the original deck. Do you have the cold blood it takes to visit Dodge City? (Source - Boardgamegeek.com)
Card game Bang! 4th Edition. Gold Rush (expansion)BANG! Gold Rush is an expansion for the card game BANG! that can be used with the base game alone or mixed with other expansions. In addition to featuring eight new characters, BANG! Gold Rush adds two new mechanisms to game play:
• Players can collect gold nuggets to buy equipment, with the equipment giving your character new abilities and you the chance to develop new strategies.
• Even when a player is shot down during the game, he can come back to play with the Shadow Gunslinger variant. When that dead player's turn comes around, he temporarily re-enters play and takes his turn as if he were alive, now giving an eliminated player the chance to affect the outcome of a game. (Source - Boardgamegeek.com)
Join OX, Wedgehead and the rest of the Uglydolls in their first ever fast-action card game. Turn over cards until you spot three matching Uglys. Then race like an Ice-Bat out of Heck to grab a match before they all get snatched. Claim the most cards and you claim the game. Winning isn't always pretty, but it's always fun!
Bluffing party card game Ghoost
The Gloom: Unhappy Homes expansion adds one player and 55 cards to the game. Just mix the 55 transparent cards included in this set together with your copy of Gloom to add morbid new Modifiers, Events, and Untimely Deaths, and a new family -- the artistes of Le Canard Noir, whose creative endeavors always end in disaster.Also included are five Residences with a light blue background behind their central illustration. These are each placed next to their related family at the start of the game. New cards called Mysteries, which have a dark blue effects bar at the bottom, are also shuffled into the deck before play. (Source - Boardgamegeek.com)
In Like: The Social Game you play as a User of Status, the most popular social network in the world. Become the Troll — that irreverent provocateur — and challenge the other Users by tagging them in embarrassing posts. Make your Fans comment by launching them in the Discussion and hope in "Like" results. With the help of your cards and your Profile Superpower, try to get the highest consensus from your Fans to win the Discussion. By spending Fans you earn during the game, you can buy new Friends and grow your reputation. Make your Profile the most popular on the web, and show off the greatest number of Friends. The winner of the game is the player who first owns 4 Friends.
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Unwelcome Guests expansion adds one player and 55 cards to the game. New effect icons on cards allow their special effects to continue to be active even if covered by another card. An effect ends only when the attached character is killed. Also inside are five Unwelcome Guest cards. Deal one or more face up to the table’s center at the start of the game. Guests “follow” the card types noted on them; no matter where it currently is, a living Guest immediately moves to join the family of the character on which one of its “trigger” cards is played. All its Modifiers are moved with it, and it’s considered a member of that family until it moves again. This may delay the game’s end if a final play draws a Guest to the near-winner’s family. (Source - Boardgamegeek.com)
Unfortunate Expeditions introduces expeditions into the game. Only one expedition can be in play at a time. An expedition's rules affect all players as long as it remains in play. When you play a modifier of untimely death that has an expedition symbol, resolved the immediate effects of the card, then replace the current expedition with the one shown on the card. Some cards also have special effects that occur if an active expedition is already in play when the card is played.(Source - Boardgamegeek.com)
Cooperative unique card game Hanabi where You are playing against the game actually.
Deduction party card game Black Stories
Card game Saboteur Duel - Saboteur version for 2 players
Saboteur 2- expansion for card game Saboteur
A smart adaptation of classic Ligretto for younger players need.
Attention: not suitable for children under 3 years old!
Saboteur - bluffing card party game about dwarfs and gold digging.
Deduction fantastic card game Love letter
A deduction party game for up to 10 players. based on logic and deduction
Ligretto is all about reaction, speed, recognition and deck building
Based on the popular "spot the differences" challenges found in books, newspapers and elsewhere, Difference challenges your abilities to observe and react quickly. The deck includes two sets of double-sided cards, with one set being more challenging than the other. Place one card in the center of the table, then deal the rest out to players as evenly as possible.
To start, each player looks at the top card of her stack, then tries to spot the two differences between her card in hand and the reference card on the table. Whoever spots her particular differences first stops play, demonstrates them to everyone, places her card on top of the reference card (creating a new challenge for everyone), then draws the next card from her deck. Whoever gets rid of all of her cards first wins!
Ligretto is all about reaction, speed, recognition and deck building.
One game is for 4 players. Every additional game of different color gives opportunity to add up to 4 players.
Colorful party kids game Home Sweet Home about funny ocean creatures