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In the cycling world, a red flag - Flamme Rouge - signals the last kilometer in a race. It is a sign of the last stretch, and the competing cyclists know to give their all!

Gathered on the outskirts of Paris, cyclists from all around the world have arrived to participate in a great race. Everyone wants to ride underneath that red flag towards fame and glory! Spectators are bound to witness a true bout of stamina and strategy. May the best team win! …

Intense Auctions

This variant changes Phase 2 of the game turn: Acquiring Event Asset Tokens.

In the variant, each player, in turn order, will have a chance to initiate a bidding round. Additionally, players who have already won one or more auctions during the phase may still participate in and bid, once the player initiating the auction changes.

This variant changes the auctions as follows:

  • The opening bid must be 8 coins or higher.
  • Moving clockwise each player can make a higher bid.
  • If a player steps out of the bidding round, she cannot rejoin the bidding for that market.
  • If the initiating player does not win the bidding round, and decides to restart another auction on a different market, the previous winner can no longer participate.
  • The market is not refilled until the initiating player wins a bidding round or decides to pass her turn.
  • If the winner of the bid is the initiating player, new Asset Tokens are placed on the empty market(s) and the next player becomes the initiating player. All players can now bid again following the same rules.
  • The phase ends when every player has had a chance to initiate a bidding round for that turn. Players may decide to pass on their chance to initiate biddings.

Here is an example with 3 players A, B and C. …

You are an artist competing with fellow artists to create the most beautiful stained glass window in the Sagrada Familia. Your glass pieces are represented by dice, which have a color and a shade - indicated by the values on the dice (the lower the value the lighter the shade).

Each round, players will take turns drafting from a pool of dice, placing these dice on their window.

Players must place them within the color and shade restrictions on their Window card, and never have adjacent dice of the same color or value. …

"Jambo" means "Hello" in Swahili. With this greeting, happy merchants welcomed their customers in Central Africa before colonization. The players are traders in those days, competing to be the first to earn 60 gold by selling tea, hide, fruits, salt, silk, and trinkets.

The game is played with cards, which represent goods, people (which can help you or hinder your opponent), and animals (which add a bit of spice to the game). Players take turns with up to 5 actions per turn until one player reaches the goal and wins the game. …

Stratego variant with a WWII Naval theme. All spaces are sea spaces, except for 2 islands in the center of the board. There are 40 new pieces.

There are 2 ways to win:

  1. Destroy all of your opponent's Carriers.
  2. Have one of your Transports reach your opponents back row.

All units except mines move 1 or 2 spaces. There are no scouts.

Mines are equivalent to bombs.

High Rank destroys low rank.
For example: Battleships = 7 defeat Cruisers = 6.

Every turn in addition to your normal move you may make one Air Mission. …

Introduced by the Moors, azulejos (originally white and blue ceramic tiles) were fully embraced by the Portuguese, when their king Manuel I, on a visit to the Alhambra palace in Southern Spain, was mesmerized by the stunning beauty of the Moorish decorative tiles.

The king, awestruck by the interior beauty of the Alhambra, immediately ordered that his own palace in Portugal be decorated with similar wall tiles. Azul brings you, a tile laying artist, to embellish the walls of the Royal Palace of Evora. …

The parade has started in Wonderland . Everybody is dressed up, the streets are decorated, excitement is in the air. Let's find more people to join the parade.

You are one of the organizers of the parade and are constantly trying your best to encourage people to join. If only the people already taking part didn't leave so early... After a short while they simply lose all interest in the parade.

And if somebody shows up with the same dress or of higher rank, all they do is leave the parade immediately and complain to you. You just want everybody to have fun, but why is that so difficult? …


Banned Matchups

Banned VS. Gods featuring a on them indicate banned matchups. We strongly suggest that you do not play a God Power against any of the banned gods listed because the matchup is either not compatible, not interesting, or highly imbalanced. …


  • 1 Case booklet, 1 Questions booklet, and 1 Solutions booklet
  • 4 Clue booklets (Blake, Mortimer, Nasir, and Labrousse)
  • 2 Whisper tiles (double-sided)
  • 4 Character standees and their plastic bases
  • 1 The Yellow "M" standee and its plastic base
  • 1 notepad


Is your team of four players ready to dive into adventure to solve new mysteries?

Yes? Then give each player a Clue booklet and the matching Character tile. Seat yourselves around the table, preferably in the order shown to the right.

Place one of the two Whisper tiles in the middle of the table (on any side) with The Yellow "M" on the first square. …


Place the smaller side of the Cliff Pedestal A on the Ocean Board B , using the long and short tabs on the Cliff Pedestal to guide assembly.

Place the Island Board C on top of the Cliff Pedestal A , again using the long and short tabs to guide assembly.

The youngest player is the Start Player, who begins by placing 2 Workers D of their chosen color into any unoccupied spaces on the board. …