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Domains of Meh

What if they threw a war and nobody was into it

In Domains Of Meh, the great empire is clashing, but nobody, it seems, in any of the warring states, is actually that interested in having a fight. And so, when armies approach an area, all the smaller armies very quietly and graciously leave the field, because they’ve got other things to do, and did you see the time, and what’s more, another thing. You’ll send an army to hold some terrain, and have to see who else goes to fight over it! Command Dwarves (that brought packed lunches) and Orcs (who think this is like a sports match?) and Elves (who are prepared for a recital) and a contingent of humans (who aren’t even sure what they’re doing here).

The Roads To Springdell

Springdell is a gentle little town, a little down the road from here. Everyone who passes through here, it seems, is on the way to Springdell. A bit bigger than here, but not by much. Why, says a-plenty that Springdell’s the biggest town around, considering how it is. But you’ve been walking long – come, sit, and stay here at the tavern for a while.

Downspout

Everyone’s played that classic game of connecting pipes before the water starts to flow. You need to make sure you can get the water from one point to another, urgently juggling pipe sections and keeping an eye on the clock!

Burning Daylight

Wedged between them both—between the technology of yesterday and abandoning everything, there’s us. The gangs, in the abandoned, overgrown remains of ‘malls’ and ‘suburbs.’

And we’re using our days as best we can.

Winston’s Archive

We’re not sure who Winston is, but they left behind a great big pile of unsorted books. Thankfully, in this library, there are always archivists looking to sort things out, and someone’s already gone through this big stack to label and mark some things, which is helpful, but now the library wants the books sorted, and you’ve got your own projects to manage! What’s worse, the pile includes sections of an untranslated, unsorted manuscript, which is pretty important, except you don’t have the priority to do it, so now what?

LFG – Looking For Group

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We need a tank, a support, and a damage dealer for this quest, and what we do isn’t as important as who we step on on the way out the door!

LFG – Looking For Group is a drafting card game for 2-7 players about assembling a party of adventurers to go take on some immense quest! The problem is, all your adventurers are dysfunctional dorks!

Yes Chef!

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The customers don’t know what they want!

The chef doesn’t know what to make!

You don’t know what’s coming!

Try and keep up!

Nobeard’s Treasure

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Avast! Are ye ready for some BOOK-KEEPING?

The great and mysterious pirate Captain Nobeard has decided they want to call it quits and stop making hay on the high seas! On the windiest day of the season, they took their great treasure map, and tore it into sections, throwing them high in the sky—and you’re one of the people who caught a piece of it that shows X Marks the spot! Now it’s up to you to put the map together and try and get an edge on the race to that treasure!

C-QNS

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C-QNS is an abstract strategy game, where every card you place presents your opponents with opportunities! You’re trying to get rid of your cards by laying out combos of connected numbers, but what you don’t use, your opponents can! Designed to teach patterns and numbers, C-QNS is a great family game designed to be accessible and fast!

Escape Code

The main thing about the Cold War, amongst all the paranoia and the uncertainty and the information currency was just how many situations were just full of the misinformed stumbling backwards over one another. The true story of this era…
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