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Zombie Deck Builder and resource management

Zombie Deck Builder and resource management


Game Summary This is a deck building game with bases to control to gather and manage resources. The zombie player builds a horde deck to overrun the human players. While the human players try to research a cure find new survivors, weapons and supplies or other resources. Uses 2 poker decks and dice to play....   [click here for more]
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Tuck Box - Steampunk Playing Card

Tuck Box - Steampunk Playing Card


Printable Tuck Box to our Steampunk Playing Card with Zsezse Customizer! Customize your Tuck Box! You will find a Zsezse Customizer page in the PDF file that contains buttons to help you customize this box. You can easily change the look on the back by simply clicking on the buttons. You will see the result and you will not get lost among the layers. Then, all...   [click here for more]
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ALT-Deck

ALT-Deck


Finally, playing cards designed for euro gamers. This is basically a 54-card deck (including 2 jokers) without the standard 'medieval' theme which can be a distraction when playing non-traditional card games. The design also incorporates a 'stealth dice' feature if you want to use the deck as a D6. ...   [click here for more]
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Pixie Cards - Universal Game and Story Cards

Pixie Cards - Universal Game and Story Cards


Pamela Colman Smith - “Pixie” This deck is named for Pamela Colman Smith’s nickname of “Pixie.” She was an illustrator at the turn of the 20th century and created many beautiful works of art in her own charming style. She is best known for illustrating one of the most widely used Tarot decks created by Arthur Edward Waite and published in 1910 by Rider & Company,...   [click here for more]
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