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Hook, Line & Sinker

There are times and places like these, all over. Rich people are the typical mark—people so rich they can carry enough cash that they won’t notice if it all goes missing. Casino openings. Art galleries. Presentations of important political parties. The events change, but the situation’s always the same.

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…
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Push-Pins

People talk about a global conspiracy, about the powers that own the world, but they don’t seem to grasp just how big the world is. How remote parts of the world are. And this isn’t just like, people living in the mountains. We’re talking about places like, Idaho. And Nebraska. There’s a lot of nothing going on over there, and do you think the conspiracies that run the world care about it?

Well, you know they do.

You Can’t Win

You Can't Win card game poster

After the heist, there’s always room for an argument—an argument about who gets the least, who gets the most, who gets enough.

You Can’t Win is a player-versus-player trick-taking rule-making game. Each round, you’ll try and lay out a rule for the rest of the game, you’ll see if that rule sticks, then see if your final card is one of the few cards that has a chance.

Pie Crimes

The Candy Kingdom’s not so sweet for bakers like you. People need cakes, and they don’t care where they get ‘em. Are you willing to risk the ire of the Gumball Cops and the Cake Syndicates to make yourself a bit of scratch? Sell out your friends? You can get away with a little… but not for long.

Murder Most Fowl

Murder Most Fowl card game title

“Ah, inspector, are you here to ask about the accident?” “Not at all—you see, I believe this was no accident. This… was murder.” In MURDER MOST FOWL you and up to three of your friends assume the role of British…
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Jiāngjú

Jiangjú is a game of the standoff that comes at the end of a long story of high tension, betrayal, and violent crime, modelled after Hong Kong cinema of the 90s. The word translates in English, roughly, to Impasse. In Jiangjú,…
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Cat & The Mouse

“How Good Are You, Inspector?~” In Cat And The Mouse, two players take up competing roles as either the impish, daring catburglar known as The Mouse, or the dogged inspector who has spent months on this case and refuses to…
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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…
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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…
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