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In this clever (and delectable!) family card game designed by Reiner Knizia, players attempt to sort different varieties of donuts to form a Baker’s Dozen. But don’t let the total value go over 13! If you do, you’ll have to take all of the donut cards from the pile — even the moldy, yucky ones!$9.95$9.95
From The Publisher:x0Dx0AWho let the cats out? In Herding Cats, these frisky felines have a mind of their own, and only the Cowdog can wrangle them back up again.x0Dx0Ax0Dx0ACats are lassoed by a Cowdog of a matching color, and you want to be the player to capture a herd of three cats. Beware of the “Stampede!” card that will send the cats running to score points for other players, and look out for the Wild Cat Lady, who may be able to help you out, if you’re in a pinch.$13.95$13.95
Available as an e-book on e23!x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AWritten by Phil Masters Edited by Sean Punchx0Dx0Ax0Dx0A272 pages. Hardcover.x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AFantasy settings are defined by their magic . . . so different worlds need different magic systems. GURPS Thaumatology has GURPS Fourth Edition updates of the best Third Edition magic variants, plus many all-new options.$47.95
From The Publisher:x0Dx0AThe players battle on the side of Aragorn, Gandalf, Gimli, Legolas, and other companions against the foes of Mordor.x0Dx0Ax0Dx0AThree enemy cards always lie on the table in The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth Card Game. Each enemy card shows a combination of one (e.g. Orc patrol) to four (e.g. Balrog) symbols, with six different symbols total in the game: sword, axe, spear, bow, fist, and shield. In order to beat the enemies, the players collect groups of companion cards (which also show symbols) in front of them. Once the symbols of a group match one or more enemy cards, the player can send this group to battle to win enemy cards. The group is then discarded.$17.95