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Games using the line drawing mechanic involve the drawing of lines in one way or another. Lines may be used to connect objects as in Sprouts, to isolate objects, or to create areas as in the classic Dots and Dashes, also known as Square-it.
Queen Gimnax has ordered the reclamation of northern lands. As a cartographer in her service, you are sent to map this territory, claiming it for the Kingdom of Nalos. Gimnax’s edicts announce which lands she prizes most, and you will increase your reputation by meeting her demands. But you are not alone in this wilderness. The Dragul contest your claims with their outposts, and so you must draw your lines carefully to reduce their influence. Reclaim the greatest share of the Queen’s desired land and you will be declared the greatest cartographer in Nalos. In Cartographers, players compete to get the highest reputation at the end of four seasons. Each season, players draw on their map sheet and score against unique conditions at the end of the season. The player with the highest reputation at the end of the year is declared the winner.
A crime was just committed! The victim is unable to speak — but they can draw, and in doing so they will ideally help the inspectors guess who in the vast crowd is the criminal! This shifty character will do anything and everything to cover their tracks, though, so will you be able to stop them before the last message? In Last Message, the victim of the crime gives clues over four rounds to help the detectives determine the identity of the criminal. To give clues in a round, the victim has 30 seconds in which to draw and write in a 3x3 grid — but before handing over these clues, the criminal can erase part of these drawings. If the criminal is not identified by the end of the fourth round, they win the game; otherwise, the detectives and the victim win.
Travel surprising worlds inhabited by Loonies - delirious and aggressive monsters -, pursue your quests and win the crown! Equipped with an erasable marker pen and a transparent sheet (called screen), draw the best line possible and gather as many Xperience Points as you can. Watch out for the Loonies, avoid the malus, and slow down your opponents with the Sneaky Tricks penalties. On your markers… 3, 2, 1… draw! Loony Quest is a family game, ideal to have fun while developing observation skills and swiftness. In this game for kids, adults will also have a great time gaining levels to reach the final big boss!
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