Igel Ärgern + Tante Tarantel
In Igel Ärgern, the aim of the game is, to be the first to get 3 of his 4 hedgehogs from start to goal. The trick is that the racetrack has six numbered lanes and every turn a dice roll decides on which lane you have to move forward. To use your...
Mü and Lots MoreEnglish language edition including Mü and Nyet
This collection contains four unusually great card games by four great designers. The games are called: MÜ, NJET, Was sticht?, and Meinz. Each of these games is a trick-taking game, but each also has a very special way of handling the trick-taking: one...
Primordial Soup: Freshly Spiced
English language edition of Ursuppe: Frisch Abgeschmeckt
This expansion set allows you to play Primordial Soup with more players, and also contains new genes.
Ark: Extra Mix
English language edition of Arche Extra Mix $5.00
More animals for the ark: stinking moonrats, wood worms, and carnivorous plants make it even more challenging to fill the ark.
English language edition of Arche Opti Mix
Noah is tearing out his beard and the time-pressure is difficult. Clouds are gathering and the rain could come anytime. The weather forecast is not good. Meanwhile, animals are gathering before the ark. Now, a handful of people are offering to help...
English language edition of Ursuppe
You control a tribe of amoebas living in Earth's past trying to survive in the Primordial Soup. At first, your amoebas drift along, eating the nutrients that are available, but soon you'll have to figure out how to get to the rapidly depleting supply...
It's not "Ursuppe 2", but is a thematic sequel to Ursuppe. Urland is about another step in evolution, about vertebrates from water starting to conquer the land. Besides some minor mechanical similarites, the basic game principle of Urland is...
English language edition
The two hedgehogs won! You ask, "How could that happen?" It all started with a stately lion, who was chased away by an elephant. The single elephant naturally yielded to the pair of elephants. Then two mice came along and scared the elephants away.
Pico is a fast bluff and skill game for two players (with two decks you can play with three players). For two players, cards are shuffled, every player gets five cards, and the remaining card is put face up on the table (the card is not used during...