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This version of Blokus is the perfect strategy game for two! The simple rules take less than a minute to learn, yet the game has the depth to challenge both beginners and experts alike.


  • 42 game pieces (two 21-piece sets of purple and orange).Note: Each set contains 21 pieces, each a different shape.

    Each set includes:

    • 1 one-square piece 5 four-square pieces
    • 1 two-square piece 12 five-square pieces
    • 2 three-square pieces
  • Game board with 196 squares.

    Note: The game board has two starting points.

Object of the Game

Each player has to fit as many of his/her 21 pieces on the board as possible. …

Clue is a very famous board game that was introduced in the year 1949 by Anthony E. Pratt in the UK. His wife designed the board

It was originally published in Leeds, England in 1949, under the name Cluedo. It was devised by Anthony E. Pratt, a solicitor's clerk from Birmingham.

After many years of perfecting the mechanics of the game and filing a provisional specification, Mr. Pratt visited Waddington's Games in Leeds, England to discuss the possibilities for its manufacture.

Waddington's personnel played the first game in the office of the Managing Director. They liked what they saw and agreed to produce the game. …

Each company track has one or two capital calls. Whenever you move one of your track marker from one space to the next and cross a capital call in the process, you must immediately pay the depicted number of pounds to the bank. Otherwise, your track marker must remain on the space before the capital call. If you reach the last space of a track, your track marker remains there for the rest of the game.

If you use a reward that allows you to move forward on a specific track and you cannot use it completely (because of a capital call which you cannot pay or the end of the track), move your marker as far as possible (if at all) and forfeit the rest. …

Build (building)

  • You may build on your turn after you have rolled for resource production and finished trading.

  • To build, you must turn in the specified combinations of Resource Cards (see the Building Costs Cards).

  • Return the Resource Cards to the supply stacks.

  • You can build as many items and buy as many cards as you desire, as long as you have enough resources to pay for them and they are still available in the supply. (See Settlements, Cities, Roads, and Development Cards). …

ProvinceProvince TypeAbbreviation
Adriatic Sea Water adr adriatic
Aegean Sea Water aeg aegean
Albania Land alb
Ankara Home supply center (Turkey) ank
Apulia Land apu
Armenia Land arm
Baltic Sea Water bal baltic
Barents Sea Water bar barents
Belgium Supply center bel
Berlin Home supply center (Germany) ber
Black Sea Water bla black
Bohemia Land boh
Brest Home supply center (France) bre
Budapest Home supply center (Austria-Hungary) bud
Bulgaria Supply center bul
Burgundy Land bur
Clyde Land cly
Constantinople Home supply center (Turkey) con
Denmark Supply center den
Eastern Mediterranean Water eas emed east eastmed ems eme
Edinburgh Home supply center (England) edi
English Channel Water eng english channel ech
Finland Land fin
Galicia Land gal
Gascony Land gas
Greece Supply center gre
Gulf of Lyon Water lyo gol gulfofl lyon
Gulf of Bothnia Water bot gob both gulfofb bothnia
Helgoland Bight Water hel helgoland
Holland Supply center hol
Ionian Sea Water ion ionian
Ireland (impassable) Land ire
Irish Sea Water iri irish
Kiel Home supply center (Germany) kie
Liverpool Home supply center (England) lvp livp lpl
Livonia Land lvn livo lvo lva
London Home supply center (England) lon
Marseilles Home supply center (France) mar mars
Mid-Atlantic Ocean Water mao midatlantic mid mat
Moscow Home supply center (Russia) mos
Munich Home supply center (Germany) mun
Naples Home supply center (Italy) nap napoli
North Atlantic Ocean Water nao nat
North Africa Land naf nora
North Sea Water nth norsea nts
Norway Supply center nor nwy norw
Norwegian Sea Water nwg norwsea nrg norwegian
Paris Home supply center (France) par
Picardy Land pic
Piedmont Land pie piemonte
Portugal Supply center por
Prussia Land pru
Rome Home supply center (Italy) rom roma
Ruhr Land ruh
Rumania Supply center rum
Serbia Supply center ser
Sevastopol Home supply center (Russia) sev sevastapol
Silesia Land sil
Skagerrak Water ska
Smyrna Home supply center (Turkey) smy
Spain Supply center spa
St Petersburg Home supply center (Russia) stp
Sweden Supply center swe
Switzerland (impassable) Land swi switz
Syria Land syr
Trieste Home supply center (Austria-Hungary) tri
Tunis Supply center tun tunisia
Tuscany Land tus
Tyrolia Land tyr tyl trl
Tyrrhenian Sea Water tys tyrr tyn tyh
Ukraine Land ukr
Venice Home supply center (Italy) ven venizia
Vienna Home supply center (Austria-Hungary) vie
Wales Land wal
Warsaw Home supply center (Russia) war
Western Mediterranean Water wes wmed west western wms wme
Yorkshire Land yor york yonkers

Sorry! 2013 Edition Game

Slide, collide and score to win the game of Sorry! Draw cards to see how far you get to move one of your pawns on the board.

If you land on a Slide you can zip to the end and bump your opponents' pawns - or your own! Jump over pawns and hide in your Safety zone while getting powers with the 2 power-up tokens. …

Q: When I use a character, can I leave it on its starting point?

A: No!! When a character is used, it must move at least one hex and cannot end his movement on the same hex from which it started.

Q: When I move a character, can I cross hexes on which another character is standing?

A: Yes!! The characters do not block movement.

But ending movement on a hex on which another character stands is not possible, unless the detective means to accuse a character!!! …

For your first games of captain sonar, we recommend playing using turn-by-turn mode at least once and playing these scenarios in alphabetical order:

Alpha Map

Welcome officers. The time has come to put all that you learned at the academy to good use.

The area's islands are small and numerous. Maneuvering around them may prove difficult.

The islands will make the Radio Operator's job easier, but they will also make it easier to run into the enemy submarine. Good luck.

Bravo Map

Welcome to the mining zone of the Eriatrides Trench. …

This is a unique variant of Battleship as the game is played on a 3D board. Players hide their submarines and a mine on the three underwater levels, and place their surface ships on the top level.

Players move a ship to a desired grid location and then fire a depth charge, marking off hits, near misses, and misses.

Opposing submarines can fire a torpedo at surface vessels that are in the same column.

Play alternates back and forth until one player sinks all three of his opponent's subs or all of his opponent's surface ships (almost never happens). …

Launch the long-range scout! move the flagship into orbital position! and reconfigure that battle-station! Your squadron of loyal starships, powered by quantum probability itself, carries the might of your people to the far-flung stars.

The fleet is yours to command. but how will history remember you? as a ravenous destroyer?

A clever tactician? A brilliant explorer? Maneuver your deadly armada, construct worldshattering technologies, and rally the remnants of humanity for a final confrontation.


  • A 24 map tiles 22 Gambit cards.
  • B 28 dice in 4 colors 31 Command cards.
  • C 2 Combat dice 4 Command sheets.
  • D 28 Quantum cubes tokens in 4 colors.
  • E 22 Gambit cards.
  • F 28 dice in 4 colors 31 Command cards.
  • G 2 Combat dice 4 Command sheets.


  1. Depending on the number of players (2, 3, or 4), set up the basic map according to the appropriate diagram to the right. Be sure to match the planet numbers on each tile with the diagram. (Planet color doesn't matter). …