Morning by Jackson Tegu
A meditative story game about sustaining a calm moment.
2-5 players, 20 minutes.
On a crisp morning in the Autumn a woman is going for a walk with her two dogs. The sky is growing lighter, and the long grass is bent with frost. In the distance there are fences and other farms.
In this pastoral game, players use prompt cards to focus on specific details... [click here for more]
In this modern reboot of the classic SlugFest swordfighting game, you are an impeccably-dressed Renaissance-era duelist with a score to settle. Vanquish your opponents with powerful attacks and avoid your enemies' attacks with your expert skill.
Should you find yourself becoming unkempt and fatigued, pick up a second sword or a buckler to regain the upper hand. If things get really bad, you could... [click here for more]
Many cultures use creation stories to explain where humans and gods came from and why the world is the way it is. These examples of ancient stories highlight common themes in creation stories. This game can help teach about these stories, reinforce class lessons, and inspire creativity to think about how we understand the world. These stories exist in many versions and these cards are just a snapshot... [click here for more]
Insecure about battling all the sudden. Ordion backs out of combat, only to be drawn back into battle by Hale as he provokes her. This action would cause not only Glen but Phi into trying to get the two to be get into a ceasefire. ... [click here for more]
Viking's Cup is a lot like the drinking game King's Cup, but much more bad ass! Instead of memorizing 13 rules associated with regular playing cards, Viking's Cup is played with a custom deck containing dozens of unique rules to keep things from getting stale. And, if you're the competitive type, there's a also a bunch of loot that you can win, bargain, or otherwise... [click here for more]