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    Beer & Bread

    Face off in the friendly rivalry between two villages that have dedicated themselves to the dual tradition of brewing beer and baking bread. With shared fields and resources, each of you must strive to harmonize your actions of harvesting, producing goods and upgrading your abilities.
    Ages 10+
    Players 2
    Playing Time 30-45 Minutes
    Game DesignScott Almes
    ArtworkMichael Menzel

    Caldera Park

    Welcome to the North American wilderness!
    Form animal families and score more points than your opponents. Based on the mechanics of Savannah Park, Caldera Park provides more complexity and new challenges!
    Ages 10+
    Players 1-4
    Playing Time 30-40
    Game DesignMichael Kiesling, Wolfgang Kramer
    ArtworkAnnika Heller


    Corrosion invites you to an exciting place of inventive power and fascinating technology. In the midst of rattling engines and steam-filled air you run an old-time factory.
    Ages 12+
    Players 1 - 4
    Playing Time 60 - 120
    Game DesignStefan Bauer
    ArtworkDennis Lohausen

    Juicy Fruits

    Each of you has a small island paradise, where you make a living growing delicious fruit.
    Your goal is to gain the most points by supplying ships and adding businesses to your island. Clever planning is essential, as supplying ships frees valuable island space, but you don’t want to let your opponents get the pick of the businesses either!
    Ages 8+
    Players 1 - 4
    Playing Time 20 - 50 minutes
    Game DesignChristian Stöhr
    ArtworkAnnika Heller


    Welcome to the Climate Change Conference! As representatives of different countries you discuss some very unsettling studies which claim that the world is on the brink of environmental collapse. Surely you will do all that you can to save the planet, right? Absolutely... as long as you can ensure that your country’s wealth is preserved... along with that of the power brokers in the shadows...
    Ages 10+
    Players 3 - 6
    Playing Time 30 - 45 minutes
    Game DesignJohannes Krenner, Sabine Harrer
    ArtworkChristian Opperer


    Help nature reclaim what is hers by restoring a polluted valley to its pristine state.
    Place your animal dominoes along the course of a brook and replant the surrounding land to score points.
    But when is the best moment to plant each of your various plants? And where are the best spots to do so? These are the questions you must answer to win.
    Ages 8+
    Players 2 - 4
    Playing Time 45 - 60 minutes
    Game DesignMichael Kiesling, Wolfgang Kramer
    ArtworkDennis Lohausen


    Professor Rorschach wants you to decipher a mysterious test.

    Form two teams. Each round a player secretly pairs words with inkblot images.
    The others try to guess a pairing.
    Which team will pass the Rorschach test?
    Ages 10+
    Players 4 - 10
    Playing Time 15 - 30 minutes
    Game DesignKristian Klooß
    ArtworkKristian Klooß

    Savannah Park

    Savannah Park invites you to the wonderful natural paradises of Africa. In the endless expanses of the savannas, your park is located in the midst of a fascinating wildlife.
    Ages 8+
    Players 1 - 4
    Playing Time 20 - 40 minutes
    Game DesignMichael Kiesling, Wolfgang Kramer
    ArtworkAnnika Heller


    50 years ago, humanity began mining the Moon and the asteroids, and for decades that task was firmly kept in the hands of the World Government. But now, adventurous companies and private investors take to the sky to revive this mining network.
    Ages 12+
    Players 1-4
    Playing Time 75-150 Minutes
    Game Design
    ArtworkJavier Inkgolem


    Triqueta is a competitive game for 2-5 players from the age of 7 to collect exactly 3 identical animal tokens of each type of animal to form a perfect Triqueta, an ancient symbol with 3 interlaced arcs.
    But be careful, if you get too greedy and collect 4 or more tokens of the same animal, you will only lose points at the end.
    Ages 7+
    Players 2-5
    Playing Time 20-30 Minutes
    Game DesignRalf zur Linde, Stefan Dorra
    ArtworkAnnika Heller