Archive

LFG – Looking For Group

LFG - Lookinf For Group title card

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!

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…
Read more

Good Cop, Bear Cop

In this town, there are two types of cops; crooked cops, or bears. And bears aren’t allowed to be cops. GOOD COP, BEAR COP, is a hidden-identity social deduction game where each player is a cop trying to do their…
Read more

The Dragon’s Favour

In the great Empire of the Dragon, seats of power are awarded based entirely on merit, inspired by the divine hand of the Dragon Clan, which never makes mistakes.

Simon’s Schism

We all know Simon. Simon says things, and you do them. Simon says to put hands on head, and we do. Simon says to jump in the air, and we do. Simon says inform on your parents and we do. Simon says elect a one world government and what could we do to stop ourselves? But that was then. This is now.

The Suits

Hitting a casino is no small job, you know. There’s security, there’s people in the place, they don’t shut, they’re set up like mazes, they got locks, they got cameras, they got lasers, they got everything you could imagine and…
Read more

The Botch is Back

“You’d think on a single ferry there’s only room for so many crooks to be running the business.” In The Botch Is Back, we return to the chaotic bluffing-lying-hurting playstyle of The Botch, but with a Canadian flair. The ferry…
Read more

The Botch

In The Botch, a motley collection of criminals are picking through the wreckage of a massive heist gone massively cock-eyed. There’s a fortune’s worth of diamonds flying around between the hands of even the small-timer crooks scudding around the Boss’ empire, and she’s not happy.