Print & Play
Night of the Mummy
Night of the Mummy is a 4-8 player logical deduction game by Peter C. Hayward, with art by Michael Dashow. The Mummy has brought all the exhibits to life and they’ve crashed the Museum of Unnatural History’s annual masquerade ball! Deduce who everyone is to break the curse and win the game!
Goblin Teeth is a dice-bidding game for 2-5 goblins, designed by Frank Tedeschi. Roll dice, bid for items, and be the first to bring the perfect offering to Goblin Big Boss!
Meow! is a party game of secret rules for 3-12 players, designed by Peter C. Hayward. You are a Cat Cultist, trying to be the first to complete the secret ritual. Two versions of the game are available to print and play: Kitten Cabal, perfect for families and younger players, and The Cult of Cat, the gamer version of Meow! Try them both, or mix them together for additional replayability!
- Bandersnatch, a solo game by Joel Colombo
- Borogoves, a 1-2 player map-making game by Karl Lange
- Gyre, a 2-3 player area control game by Marek Tupy
- Mimsy, a 2-3 player mancala game by Joe Myron
- Slithy, a 3-7 player negotiation game by Patrick Chapman
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Dracula’s Feast: New Blood
Dracula’s Feast: New Blood is a 4-8 player logical deduction game by Peter C. Hayward and Tom Lang, with art by Michael Dashow. Dracula invited the townsfolk over for dinner (and maybe a few for dessert), but – what a pain in the neck – a mash of monsters have crashed the party looking for a bite. Now, everything is at stake…
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The Lady and the Tiger
Dracula has invited all the townsfolk for dinner (and maybe a few for dessert), but some monsters are being a pain in the neck and have crashed the party: now, everything is at stake…
Dance with other guests, guess their unique identities, and when you’ve worked out who everyone is, make your Grand Reveal to win the game!
In this fast-playing card game, players scheme, battle and steal to be the first to collect 21 doubloons. Each turn either draw a card or play a card – cards can be played as either treasure or as an action. Do you want to draw 2 cards, or steal the treasure chest your opponent just played? Or would you rather wipe the board…knowing that your booty is protected!