Components

  • Game Board
  • 6 Player Faction Sets
  • 112 Cards
  • 156 Spice Tokens
  • Destroyed Shield Wall Token
  • Storm Marker
  • Game Turn Counter
  • 5 Special Emperor Forces
  • 3 Special Fremen Forces
  • Bene Gesserit forces
  • Sandworm Token
  • Kwisatz Haderach Card and Counter tokens
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Quick Reference Cards
  • Rulebook

DUNE has been divided into a Basic and Advanced Game. Learn and play the Basic Game several times before venturing into the Advanced Game.

Basic Game


Object of the Game

Each faction has a set of unique economic, military, strategic, or treacherous advantages. The object of the game is to use these advantages to gain control of Dune. The winner is the First Player to occupy at least 3 strongholds with at least one of their forces during the Mentat Pause Phase. …


The ancient Galactic Realm, ruled from the Core Worlds of the galaxy, is waning.

The barbaric kingdoms that lie beyond the galactic frontier are now amassing their strengths, choosing this pivotal moment to strike at the heart of the fading republic. They seek to establish new empires built upon the ashes of decaying civilizations.

But these outer systems are not yet strong enough to engage the forces of the Core Worlds directly. The young kingdoms must first gnaw at the edges of the crumbling frontier, developing new types of units and shrewder tactics. …


In Cartographers, players compete to earn the most reputation stars by the time four seasons have passed.

Each season, players draw on their map sheets and earn reputation by carrying out the queen's edicts before the season is over. The player with the most reputation stars at the end of winter wins!


Components

  • 100 Map Sheets
  • 13 Explore Cards
  • 16 Scoring Cards
  • 4 Ambush Cards
  • 4 Season Cards
  • 4 Edict Cards
  • 4 Pencils
  • Instructions

Setup



  1. Give each player a blank map sheet. Players collectively decide whether to use the wilderness side (A) or the wastelands side (B). …


Letter Jam is a cooperative game for 2 to 6 players. In each round, every player has a letter that everyone else can see. But no one can see their own letter!

Players try to find words that can be made with the letters they see. The player with the best clue spells it by marking the letters with numbered tokens. Your letter's position in the clue helps you guess what it might be.

Then you can move on to a new one! Guess them all before clues run out, and unscramble your hidden word. …


During the Ming dynasty, two princesses are kept in the Forbidden City of Beijing. Princess Jing and her sister Fang are promised to two aged allies of the Emperor, and have been prohibited to see any other men.

Ignoring the ban, they confide in two captains of the Imperial Guard and two idylls begin through the screens of their suite. Determined to win their freedom, they run away through the chamber of screens despite the vigilance of the magic mirror holders. …


You're living the dream! You are in a band and about to go on tour! It's your job to schedule the band's stops over the 100-day tour, visiting as many states as possible.


Components

  • 4 Player maps
  • 4 dry erase markers
  • 1 Rulebook
  • 41 Cards
  • 2 Ten-sided dice
  • Instructions

Game Elements

Regions



Your map is divided into 5 regions: North & South / East, Central, & West.

The 5 regions combine to form 6 individual areas: Northwest, North-Central, Northeast, Southwest, South-Central, and Southeast.

Each state resides in the intersection of two regions. (i.e. New Mexico is in the South & West regions). …



Components

  • 1 Game Board
  • 16 Share Certificates
  • 95 Locomotives
  • 5 Railway Dividend disks
  • 30 Dividend cubes
  • 1 Bag
  • 70 Currency cards
  • Instructions

Setup

  1. Place the Game Board in the center of the table.

  2. Separate the Share Certificates into their matching colors. Arrange the Shares so they ascend from the highest-valued Certificate on the bottom to the lowest-valued on the top.

  3. Place the Share Certificates next to their corresponding positions on the edge of the board.

  4. Place the matching Locomotives next to their corresponding Share Certificates.

  5. Place the 5 Railway Dividend disks next to the Dividends Per Share box. …



Components

  • 300 advice cards
  • 100 to-do lists
  • 8 wooden pawns
  • 1 advice die
  • 1 game board

Object of the Game

Score the most points by giving the best, funniest, and/or most appropriate advice to other players to help them accomplish their specific chosen activities.


Setup

  1. Place the game board and advice die in the middle of the playing area.

  2. Each player chooses a pawn and places it on the Start space on the board.

  3. Shuffle the To-Do lists and stack 20-30 of them face down in the designated "To-Do list" space on the board. Place the rest back in the box. …


Feed The Woozle is a great way for young kids to learn body awareness, fine motor skills, dexterity, gross motor skills, and counting-all while having fun!

In addition, children practice rolling a die, spinning a spinner, taking turns, and working cooperatively. The game has three levels of play with specific rules designed for age and developmental capability. As a child grows, she moves to the next level of play, adding challenges at each age and level.

Feed The Woozle is a cooperative game. All Peaceable Kingdom Preschool Skills-Builder Games are cooperative. That means all players play together against a common obstacle, not against each other. …



Components

  • 72 diamond-shaped tiles
  • 45 challenge chips
  • Instructions

Object of the Game

Score the most points over three rounds by quickly arranging your tiles to form patterns that match a series of challenge chips.


Setup

Shuffle and deal each player a stack of 12 tiles. Note that each tile has a mix of four colors and six numbers in the corners.

Turn all the challenge chips face down and mix them. Then place three chips per player face-up in the center of the playing area. (Stack the rest off to the side for future rounds). …