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.
Anno Domini: Süden
Each Anno Domini set consists of 336 cards, with a description of a historical event on one side of the card and the year (and sometimes specific date) in which it happened on the other...
Coyote is a simple bluffing game in a western setting. Every player gets a card (bound on his forehead by a fabric tape) showing a number of "hidden" Indians or a special value. You don't know the value of your card, but you can see all the others.
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 ...
Om Nom Nom
All those carrots look so tempting that you might just snatch them – but what if the wolves have been expecting exactly that, a greedy rabbit just like you? You never know...
Skull & Roses: Skull
An ancient game of ornate skulls and dangerous roses, Skull is simple to learn but dangerously difficult to win...
With Kaispeicher, there will be even more to do between the warehouses and channels of The Speicherstadt.
The story about the fisherman who nearly caught a fish that was "this big" is about as old as the sea. Now you get the chance to add to this classic tradition of embellishment with this clever card game. As you cast lures and try to catch fish, you'll...
In Agents Doubles, you know the loyalty of the various secret agents to you, but not to the other player. Thus you need to rely on deduction to keep secret documents out of enemy hands and bluffing to snatch the secrets not meant for your eyes only.
This colorful and exciting version of South American liar's dice combines good guessing, good bluffing and good luck.
English language edition
A wizard is usually an angry and lonesome bad guy, both eager for power and drunk with it. When two wizards meet over a bridge (one of the old stone bridges over lava rivers which are commonplace in the wizard kingdom), you can bet neither of them will...