Category: Unknown Teams / Goals / Ownership
Category: Card Games
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This fourth edition of Bang! comes direct from daVinci Games.
A group of archeologists has mysteriously disappeared during an expedition to the risen island of R'lyeh. You are a member of a rescue team sent to aid them...
English language edition
You are dwarves digging for gold in the depths of a mine when suddenly, the pick-axe breaks, and the lantern goes out. The saboteur has struck again! But who is the saboteur and will he (or they!) stop you from reaching the treasure? If you succeed...
Are You a Werewolf?
A mind game for 8-15 players, in which a vengeful group of villagers must figure out who among them is secretly a werewolf (before it's too late...) Each "night" the werewolves eat a villager, and each "day" the surviving villagers attempt to rid...
Dark Tales: Cinderella
Thanks to the Cinderella setting cards and the new intriguing characters and magic items in Dark Tales: Cinderella, an expansion for Dark Tales.
Designer Henning Poehl notes that the game box will hold Apocalyptic riders, many good people and just as many bad ones, and Apocalyptic money, which holds incredible value at the end of the world.
Ultimate Werewolf: Ultimate Edition
including the Urban Legends expansion
Your quiet, little, 16th century village has suddenly become infested with some very unfriendly werewolves!
Saboteur 2 includes contents from the original game plus more dwarves, more path cards, more action actions and now supports 2-12 players.
Werewolf for 4-8 players
The village of Tabula, once famous for its case of lycanthropy, has become a rich town. But the people haven't changed their nasty habits! At night, someone goes around howling, turned into a Werewolf, while someone else has dedicated himself to...
Lupus in Tabula
Werewolves haunt the secluded village known as Tabula: every night some villagers turn into werewolves and slaughter an innocent victim to satisfy their hunger. Surviving villagers gather every day to discuss the problem: at the end of the discussion...