When you decide to go to press, you have to first build, and then score your front page.


To build your front page, you will take the stories you picked up (where you had the most or tied for the most reporters) and place them on your newspaper's front page, represented on your player mat. There are several rules you must follow when building your front page:

  1. First, look to see if you have any stories from top news beats. Top news beats are those whose arrows point to the highest value (look at the numeric value, and not just the position of the arrow markers). …


  • 10 cards each in 5 suits
  • 6 Zap cards
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

Score the fewest points over a number of rounds by being the first to play all your cards.


  • Give each player one Zap card. (Place any leftovers out of play).

  • Sort the rest of the cards into 5 color suits and then create a deck with the following cards, according to the number of players:

    • 2 players: remove any 2 solid color suits
    • 3 players: remove any 1 solid color suit
    • 4-6 players: play with entire deck (Place any unused suits out of play).
  • Shuffle the suits together and then deal the following number of cards face down to each player: …


  • 32 wooden shapes (8 squares, triangles, circles, and stars) 16 cupcake cards
  • 1 sprinkle shaker
  • 1 custom die
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

Collect the most cupcakes by matching the colored wooden shapes that pour out from the sprinkle shaker to the colored shapes on the cupcake cards.


Place all the colored wooden shapes into the sprinkle shaker through the opening at the top and put the shaker within reach of all players.

Take the top of the game box and place it open side-up into the center of the playing area. …


  • 40 Find Me tiles
  • 60 Keep Me cards
  • Rulebook

Note before playing: We've included rules for two different games, depending on the ages and skills of the players in your group.

For younger players or for play with mixed age groups, try Finders Keepers. For more experienced players, try Expert Finders Keepers.

Object of the Game

Be the first player to collect all of your Keep Me cards in your Keepers pile.


  • Shuffle the Keep Me cards and deal out 12 to each player (10 if playing with five or six players). All players should spread out their Keep Me cards face up in front of them. …

Tool Cards


The Amulet card may only be played before any Turn Order Cards have been chosen during Step 1. The user of the Amulet randomly draws tokens from the Library Bag equal to the number of Turn Order

Cards in play, and places one on each Turn Order Card in the space the farthest to the left.

Multiple Amulets can be used in the same Round, but no Turn Order Card can be made to go into Fire Spreading. If there are Fire Tokens drawn that cannot be placed, they stay on the Amulet card until the end of the Round. …


  • 1 game board
  • 35 workers
  • 8 pawns
  • 48 tracks
  • 8 Industry markers
  • 4 player boards
  • 37 locomotives
  • 15 engineers
  • 20 Doubler tokens
  • 18 roubles (.coins)
  • 28 ? tokens and 5 ? cards
  • 4 Revaluation markers
  • 4 Kiev Medals
  • 1 Last Round marker
  • 8 point tokens
  • 10 End Bonus cards
  • 4 Turn Order cards
  • 4 Starting Bonus cards
  • 4 Scoring Overview cards
  • Rulebook


  1. Place the game board in the middle of the table. Place the 100/200 and 300/400-point tokens near space 100 of the scoring track.

  2. Lay the 5 cards face up.

  3. Shuffle the 10 End Bonus cards and remove two of them from the game without looking at them. The 8 remaining cards form a face down pile. …

Western Legends is a "sandbox" game where players take on the roles of historical figures from the Wild West. Through a number of means in the game, players will earn Legendary points (LP).

Some players will become outlaws, collecting Wanted points for robbing the bank, rustling cattle, and stealing from other players.

Others will follow the path of the Law, earning Marshal points for fighting bandits, wrangling cattle, and arresting Wanted players. Only one thing is for certain: history only remembers the most legendary. …

There are many different cards in Ecos and every card is unique. Below are some key concepts.

All card effects are resolved from top to bottom.

Important: Down arrow placement effects are present on many cards. These are special in that if you are unable to resolve all placement effects, then you cannot resolve any following effects on the card.

All of the effects of a card must be resolved before the effects of another card are resolved.

Placing Map Tiles

Many effects will cause you to add a new Map tiles to the landscape. These are shown as a placement effect followed by a Map tile. …

One of the interesting features of War Chest is to have set ups that are inspired by famous battles. Here are some good starting set ups that allow players to jump straight into the game - and might just allow you to change the course of history!

Battle of Gaugamela 331 BCE

Gaugemela was a decisive battle in the campaigns of Alexander the Great against the Persian Empire. The battle was fought on wide-open ground where the Persian forces hoped to use their superior numbers and small force of war chariots. …

MONOPOLY Gamer is not just about money. You win by earning the most points. You earn points by collecting Coins, buying Property, and beating Bosses!


  • Game board
  • 4 Character Tokens
  • 4 Character Cards
  • 4 Reminder Cards
  • 8 Boss Cards
  • 16 Title Deed Cards
  • 1 Numbered Die
  • 1 Power-up Die
  • 90 Coins
  • Rulebook

Object of the Game

Race around the MONOPOLY board as your favorite Nintendo characters! Earn points by collecting Coins, buying Property, and beating Bosses.

The game ends when the final Boss Fight is over. Then the player with the highest score wins! …