Bluffing / Outguessing
These games have situations where you try to guess correctly and/or make your opponent guess incorrectly. In Unknown Teams games, opponents don't know your player color, your goal, and/or your team membership, but this information is fixed throughout the game. In Bluffing / Outguessing games, the unknown information usually changes throughout the game, or is based on other factors such as which of your opponent's pawns are dangerous.
You may also be interested in games in the Unknown Teams / Goals / Ownership genre.
Ca$h 'n Guns
In an abandoned warehouse a gangster band is splitting its loot, but they can’t get an agreement on the split!
Out of Gears
Year 2185. Planet Earth. Mankind has discovered the "space leap" and now soars through the universe, but they left something behind on good old planet Earth – mountains of trash!
Can you find the culprit first? In Lady Alice – a game of intrigue, flair, bluff, and mischief...
The Castle of the Devil
Lightning rips the sky, illuminating a manor both sinister and twisted: the castle of the Devil! The mysterious members of two powerful secret societies are locked in a perpetual war with each other....
Hol's der Geier
1998 German edition
A quick bidding and bluffing game; however, unlike many card games, this is a game of skill and steely nerves. All players start with the same hand.
Said to have been passed down by the ancient Incas, Liar's Dice is a game of bluffing and chance. Each player attempts to out-bid, out-bluff and out-last their opponent by issuing bids or challenges. Beautifully packaged in a wooden dice-box...
London, 1898. Nebulous clouds lie over the city, shadows scurry through the night. What happened? Two clever detectives try to outdo each other. Who will solve the crime first? Who will submit better proof? Who is the more astute sleuth?
English language edition of Ohne Furcht und Adel; includes Dark City expansion
Citadels is the award winning game by Bruno Faidutti in which players are attempting to complete their city first. Each turn, players choose a secret role from eight choices: bishop, thief, king, etc. Each role has a special ability and allows ...
newer German edition of You're Bluffing
New edition of an old favorite. Kuhhandel means "Horse trading", although the game is also about cows, cats and sheep. Players take turns putting animals up for auction and collecting the money from the other players. If it is a player's turn and...