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Games about moving from one destination to the next.
An ancient evil is stirring. You are part of a team of unlikely heroes engaged in an international struggle to stop the gathering darkness. To do so, you’ll have to defeat foul monsters, travel to Other Worlds, and solve obscure mysteries surrounding this unspeakable horror. The effort may drain your sanity and cripple your body, but if you fail, the Ancient One will awaken and rain doom upon the known world. Eldritch Horror is a cooperative game for one to eight players, based on the fiction of H.P. Lovecraft and inspired by the classic board game Arkham Horror. In Eldritch Horror, investigators travel the globe in an urgent quest to save the world from a diabolical, omnipotent Ancient One. With four different Ancient Ones, twelve investigators, numerous monsters, and hundreds of possible encounters, every game provides an unique and epic adventure.
Forgotten Waters is a Crossroads Game set in a world of fantastical pirate adventure. In it, players take on the role of pirates sailing together on a ship, attempting to further their own personal stories as well as a common goal. The world of Forgotten Waters is silly and magical, with stories designed to encourage players to explore and laugh in delight as they interact with the world around them. It's a game in which every choice can leave a lasting impact on the story, and players will want turn over every rock just to see what they find. Forgotten Waters features five scenarios and a massive location book that provides players with tons of choices wherever they go.
Some people love to travel. Others love to read about traveling. Imagine an Internet magazine designed to bring these people together. Would you like to join ranks of their travelbloggers? Travel Blog is a swift and thrilling game about travelling. Your task is to pick a country or countries most suitable for your trip and to do it faster than your opponents. How many borders do you cross on your trip from France to Russia? Is it more or less than from Norway to Turkey? Detailed knowledge of the map is an advantage, but can be easily beaten by good intuition and fast decision making. The interesting facts about 100 countries and states are here just as a bonus. This is not a trivia game – Travel Blog keeps to be fun even if you get pretty familiar with the maps. And you can bet you will, after a few games.
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