Snakes & Lattes Tempe
- Pineapple Upside Down$8.00
A delicious mix of Grenadine, Vanilla, and Pineapple. All with a cherry on top!
- Tropical Soda$8.00
Kickback and relax with this mix of Dragonfruit, Coconut, and Mango.
- Southern Belle$8.00
An exquisite mocktail. Infusing Lemon and Peach, with a hint of Lavender.
- Virgin Margarita$7.00
Our delicious margarita without the booze!
Soda, Water, Ice Tea, and Juice
- Coke Zero$4.00
- Dr Pepper$4.00
- Root Beer$4.00
- Vitamin Water$3.00
- Arnold Palmer$4.00
- Shirley Temple$4.00
- Soda Water
- Unsweetened Tea$5.00
- Sweetened Iced Tea$5.00
- Sweetened Raspberry$5.00
- Apple Juice$5.00
- Cranberry Juice$5.00
- Flavored Lemonade$6.00
- Ginger Beer$5.00
- Grapefruit Juice$5.00
- Orange Juice$5.00
- Pineapple Juice$5.00
- Chocolate Milk$5.00
- Nutella Chocolate Milk$7.00
- Red Bull$6.00
- Cold Brew$6.00
Our cold brew is smooth, low-acid and heavier than our espresso
Coffee & Hot Tea
Considering our name, you are in good hands here. A double shot, Iced or hot, syrup and milk of your choice
- Nutella Latte$8.00
lives up to the hype! a unique combination of espresso, and hazelnut make this one of our best selling lattes
- Chai Latte$6.00
Chai is one of the world's oldest tea-based drinks. Our chai latte is milky, fragrant and gently spicy. It's great hot or iced add a flavor +1 make it dirty +1
- Latte Macchiato$7.00
Latte Macchiato similar to a Starbucks Macchiato
- Traditional Macchiato$4.00
Double shot of espresso with a single ounce of steamed milk on top.
- Cold Brew$6.00
Our cold brew is smooth, low-acid and heavier than our espresso
- Cortado$5.00Out of stock
4 oz drink made with equal parts espresso and steamed milk.
- Double Shot Espresso$4.00
We proudly serve a double shot of Presta espresso beans. Presta uses an Ethiopia natural mixed with a Central American washed. “The result is a fruit-juicy front and a well-rounded finish of chocolate and delicate and floral flavor profiles".
- S'mores Cold Brew$8.00
Toasted marshmallow, mocha, and cold foam (cold foam contains dairy)
- Alpine Berry Tea$4.00Out of stock
- Chamomile Tea$4.00
- Earl Grey Tea$4.00
- Organic Green Tea$4.00
- Organic Chai Tea$4.00
- Peppermint Tea$4.00
- Hot Chocolate$5.00
- Nutella Hot Chocolate$6.00
Who knew hot chocolate could taste this good?
- Kids Hot Chocolate$4.00
- 7 Wonders Duel$27.99
This game is not the easiest to pick up, however, it seems that every table I have taught this to has at some point looked at me and gone, “This is great” and it is. There are many different ways to win, different things to invest in and they all are viable. A fantastic two player game that gives you plenty to think about without being overwhelming.
- Ark Nova$69.69
Ok. Real talk. This game is not easy. It is hard. When I played it the first time it took me like 3 or 4 hours. I have not been able to stop thinking about that game. It was incredible, it was tense. It was intricate. Play this game. You will not regret it.
- Astro Trash$24.99
Here at S&L we love Astro Trash. If you are looking for something that gets the adrenaline going then this is the game for you. A Spaceship exploded and rained trash down on everyone’s planet. Roll dice to get trash off your planet and throw it on other players. It is always everyone’s turn so go as fast as you can.
A modern classic. Azul brings a good mid level strategy game with lots of replayability to the table. Drafting tiles will score you points but clever organization will allow you to score more points than competitors. You can never go wrong with this award winning game
- Bad Company$49.99
Build your own gang and customize it to suit your plans. Gather resources to complete heists and money to recruit new gang members. And make sure you escape the police! A unique and fun game from the award-winning designers of Automania and Trails of Tucana.
- Billionaire Banshee$24.99
Date or Deny! That’s the goal of the game, Whacky characters are created and it is up to you on whether you would date or deny them. All other players will guess at your choice. This simple party game will have your table in stitches.
The Roman Republic is coming to an end, but not before a power struggle between Caesar and Pompey. Players will command their legions, strategically deploying them to key battlegrounds to try and seize control of the provinces and become ruler of the republic. Players draw tokens from a bag to determine their starting forces and to replenish their losses. Players allocate their resources to each province, gaining tactical advantages and vying for control of the republic. Three modules to expand the game are included: poison your opponent, deploy powerful Centurions and use underhanded tactics to gain advantages in the Expansions of Rome.
- Cards Against Humanity$28.99
Play begins with a judge, known as the "Card Czar", choosing a black question or fill-in-the-blank card from the top of the deck and showing it to all players. Each player holds a hand of ten white answer cards at the beginning of each round, and passes a card (sometimes two) to the Card Czar, face-down, representing their answer to the question on the card. The card czar determines which answer card(s) are funniest in the context of the question or fill-in-the-blank card. The player who submitted the chosen card(s) is given the question card to represent an "Awesome Point", and then the player to the left of the new Card Czar becomes the new Czar for the next round. Play continues until the players agree to stop, at which point the player with the most Awesome Points is the winner.
- Cards Against Humanity: College Pack$6.99
The original raunchy game, one player plays a prompt and then everyone answers the prompt. Inappropriate to an extreme but your group will have a fantastic time with this incredibly funny game. The College Pack features additional cards centered around life as a university student.
- Cards Against Humanity: Dad Pack$5.99
The original raunchy game, one player plays a prompt and then everyone answers the prompt. Inappropriate to an extreme but your group will have a fantastic time with this incredibly funny game. The Dad Pack features cards about dads and comes disguised in a DVD case depicting a bad action movie
- Cards Against Humanity: Expansion Pack$19.99
The original raunchy game, one player plays a prompt and then everyone answers the prompt. Inappropriate to an extreme but your group will have a fantastic time with this incredibly funny game. This Expansion allows you to get the red, blue, or green expansion box. This Box includes 300 new cards that can be used as a standalone game or combined with the original.
- Cards Against Humanity: Small Packs$4.99
The original raunchy game, one player plays a prompt and then everyone answers the prompt. Inappropriate to an extreme but your group will have a fantastic time with this incredibly funny game. These packs include thirty cards that can be mixed and mingled with any Cards Against Humanity Product
Take a journey to the Pacific Northwest as you compete to create the most harmonious ecosystem in Cascadia! Turns are simple - select a tile/token set and place each into your expanding ecosystem. Earn points by fulfilling wildlife goals and creating the largest habitat corridors. With variable scoring goals, each game of Cascadia brings a new spatial puzzle to your table!
One of the biggest board games since Chess. Catan has been an amazing gateway to the board gaming hobby for millions. Featuring a modular board that allows you to play endlessly while never seeing the same board twice. If you are new to gaming it’s worth checking out as so much has been inspired by this titan.
- Catan: Seafarers$45.99
One of the biggest board games since Chess. Catan has been an amazing gateway to the board gaming hobby for millions. Featuring a modular board that allows you to play endlessly while never seeing the same board twice. If you are new to gaming it’s worth checking out as so much has been inspired by this titan. This is an expansion for The Settlers of Catan. Players can build shipping lanes, which are very similar to roads. Additionally, the game comes with many different water-hex-heavy variant setups.
Challengers is an interactive Deck Management game with an original tournament gameplay style for 1-8 players. Play individually or with a group of friends! Each round, each player improves their deck with new characters and battle against new opponents. 75 distinct characters with more than 40 exciting effects create a unique experience every game!
Between Frankenstein and your Granny, who counts on their fingers? And between Beyoncé and Darth Vader, who eats kiwis with the skin on? Each round, 8 Contestants will face off in a tournament of wacky and improbable duels. For each duel, vote for the contestant you think will win, then find out the results of the tournament. Will you be able to predict who will be named the ultimate Champion?
- Cockroach Poker$12.99
Cockroach Poker is the game of deception, of bluff and double bluff. Pass a card to another player, tell them what it is, or lie. Deception and truth are the two weapons in your arsenal as you attempt to befuddle your friends. And a discerning eye and ear will help you catch your charlatan opponents in their attempts to play you for a fool.
In Codenames you work as two opposing teams of spies. Your goal? To get your teammates to correctly guess all of the secret words for your team first. However, do not get too ahead of yourself, there is a hidden assassin who could take out the whole team with a wrong guess! This game is a beautiful blend of both cooperation and competition for friends and families alike.
- Codenames: Duet$24.99
Codenames Duet has a new take on the fantastic game of Codenames. This alteration has made it perfect for two players. Codemasters send each other clues guiding their teammate towards the legion of spies hiding amongst ordinary folk, each syp only known by their single codename. But beware, for assassins are after you, so hasty communication might result in a sudden loss.
Concept is a fantastic clue giving game, broken down to its bar essentials. Placing pieces on a board to guide your friends towards an idea, a person, or an animal. But the simplicity of the way the ideas are communicated results in an incredible experience.
- Dead Man's Draw - Game$19.99
Dead Man's Draw is a simple and strategic card game of risk and reward for 2 to 4 players. Players take turns drawing cards and combining their special abilities to plunder the most loot without busting their entire hands.
New islands have emerged from the ocean, and as scientists, you must research the new, developing ecosystems present there. Watch the islands on the board grow in three dimensions as you learn more about them, and add colorful plants and animals to each island as you explore their ecosystems. Each round in Emerge, earn points by rolling your dice and using them to collect research and make discoveries. All players start with the same research board, but throughout the game you can modify your own board and change what you're researching. After eight rounds, score points based on how flourished and biodiverse your islands are as well as varying research objectives.
Within the charming valley of Everdell, beneath the boughs of towering trees, among meandering streams and mossy hollows, a civilization of forest critters is thriving and expanding. From Everfrost to Bellsong, many a year have come and gone, but the time has come for new territories to be settled and new cities established. You will be the leader of a group of critters intent on just such a task. There are buildings to construct, lively characters to meet, events to host—you have a busy year ahead of yourself. Will the sun shine brightest on your city before the winter moon rises?
Wordle-Inspired Game of Deception Fiction is a Wordle-inspired game of deception. One player is the Lie-brarian and will choose a secret word from a classic work of literature. All the other players work as a team to guess that secret word as quickly as possible through logic, literacy and deduction. The game has 10 guesses and two 10 minute periods to win, but beware, the Lie-brarians clues will always certainly exactly one lie that will surely confuse you along the way.
Fluxx is a card game in which the cards themselves determine the current rules of the game. By playing cards, you change numerous aspects of the game: how to draw cards, how to play cards, and even how to win. At the start of the game, each player holds three cards and on a turn a player draws one card, then plays one card. By playing cards, you can put new rules into play that change numerous aspects of the game: how many cards to draw or play, how many cards you can hold in hand or keep on the table in front of you, and (most importantly) how to win the game.
- For the Girls$19.99
Hey girl hey. Ditch the dudes for the night because this game is For The Girls! In this adult party game by What Do You Meme?, picture grown up, hilarious, original spins on sleepover classics. You’ll cry with laughter as you find out which of your friends: Dares to prank an ex or reveal their most embarrassing secret Has (or has never) participated in an embarrassing fad Is the most likely to choose chicken nuggets over sex Has the hottest dad Or can name the most female rappers in a rapid fire round. This game is perfect for bachelorette parties, girls night in (or out), sororities and reunions, birthday parties and more. Consider it your pregame essential. Includes 500 cards and a die. Adults only: This game is intended for ages 17+ and contains mature language and references. NOT intended for children — trust us on this one.
- Fun Facts$24.99
Each round in Fun Facts, a question is placed in the center of the table, e.g., "How long is the perfect nap?", then everyone secretly writes their answer on their colored arrow and places that arrow face down on the table. (You write your name on the other side of the arrow so that everyone knows which arrow is whose.) Once everyone has written their answer, take turns placing your arrow in relation to the other players from low to high: "I know that Mom is super sleepy, so I should definitely place my arrow below hers." After everyone has placed their answer in the center of the table, the starting player has the opportunity to move their own arrow — without touching anyone else's!
- Ghost Blitz$17.99
Ghost Blitz is the Snakes & Lattes classic. A fast pace and an easy ruleset will have you on your feet in minutes but the reliance on your reflexes and fast decision making skills will have this game making several appearances at your table. Just don’t play against Evan.
Habitats is a tile-laying game where you drive your jeep around and choose the best animals for your wildlife preserve. Equally important is building enough tourist destinations, campgrounds, and watchtowers to ensure everything runs smoothly. It’s not just a walk in the park though; your goals change every year and you’ll have to get what you need before other rangers snatch them up first!
Incohearent is the adult party game by What Do You Meme that will get you talking! Let the laughs begin as you compete to make sense out of gibberish from one of three categories — kinky, party and pop culture. Each card has a combination of words on the front that, when recited out loud, sound like the phrase written on the back. For example, try reciting "thirds teeth or stay" out loud. Can you hear the hidden phrase? Listen closely... you've been saying "thirsty Thursday." Perfect for parties, game nights, holidays, reunions and more.
Splashes of dark ink on a blank page, the characters illegible — or are they? The line that seemed like a scribble, could it perhaps be the letter N, or is it a Z on its side? And that circle, is it an O or a Q, or maybe part of a B? You can't know for sure, but you might have an inkling... Inkling is a word game for 3-6 players with an innovative twist. Each turn, you play your letter cards in front of you, hoping the players next to you can glean the words you're trying to convey — but without the perfect letters you will need to get creative! How you go about that is up to you: rotate your cards, play them upside down or on their side, or have them overlap one another. Whatever it takes to get your meaning across...
Designed for two Jaipur works around the collection of resources and sale to the market to score points, the game is a fast back and forth series of rounds fighting for points and to win! Perfect for two players!
- Just One$24.99
Bringing in the new age of party games, Just One is a seriously clever game. Supporting up to eight players, Just One has one player trying to guess a word, and they only get one chance to get it right. To aid them everyone else will write them a one word clue, however, if a player writes the same clue as someone else then both instances of the word are erased.
- Kill the Unicorns$24.99
Kill the Unicorns is chaos and strategy beautifully merged. Players are competing unicorn hunters trying to outwit their fellows to get to their prey. A mix of the funniest game you've ever played and a thought-provoking strategy game that can be played at any level.
Kluster is a dexterity game for 1 to 4 players, very short, easy to transport, incredibly fun, really simple, accessible to everyone and still full of strategy! Kluster’s rules can be explain in no time: Magnetic stones are equally shared between players, who must, in turn, place one stone inside the area delimited by the cord. The first player to get rid of his or her magnets wins. But beware, when stones kluster together during one player’s turn, he or she collects them! That’s all you need to know to play Kluster!
- Left Right Dilemma$19.99
Answer off-the-wall dilemmas while your besties try to guess your responses. Left Right Dilemma is a cooperative party game for adults that will reveal your friends’ unspoken (and sometimes shameful) preferences.
- Love Letter$14.99
I love Love Letter! Simple to get learn, small enough to fit in your pocket, and loads of fun! This game features a small deck of cards, on your turn draw one and then play one. Knock everyone else out to win the round. First to four or five rounds (depending on player count) wins the game.
- Magic Mountain$24.99
In Magic Mountain, you want to move the sorcerers' apprentices down the mountain ahead of the witches — but you don't always know how the will-o'-the-wisps will make the figures move.
- Mansions of Madness$95.99
Mansions of Madness: Second Edition is a fully co-operative, app-driven board game of horror and mystery for one to five players that takes place in the same universe as Eldritch Horror and Elder Sign. Let the immersive app guide you through the veiled streets of Innsmouth and the haunted corridors of Arkham's cursed mansions as you search for answers and respite. Eight brave investigators stand ready to confront four scenarios of fear and mystery, collecting weapons, tools, and information, solving complex puzzles, and fighting monsters, insanity, and death. Open the door and step inside these hair-raising Mansions of Madness: Second Edition. It will take more than just survival to conquer the evils terrorizing this town.
2-4 Players | In Marrakech, each player takes the role of a rug salesperson who tries to outwit the competition.
- Marvel Champions The Card Game$69.69
Iron Man and Black Panther team up to stop Rhino from rampaging through the streets of New York. Captain Marvel and Spider-Man battle Ultron as he threatens global annihilation. Do you have what it takes to join the ranks of these legendary heroes and become a champion? Jump into the Marvel Universe with Marvel Champions: The Card Game, a cooperative Living Card Game for one to four players! Marvel Champions: The Card Game invites players to embody iconic heroes from the Marvel Universe as they battle to stop infamous villains from enacting their devious schemes. As a Living Card Game, Marvel Champions is supported with regular releases of new product, including new heroes and scenarios.
- Mists Over Carcassonne$39.99
Mists Over Carcassonne is the world’s first cooperative version of Carcassonne. Players already familiar with Carcassonne will be able to dive right into the game. 6 exciting levels will guide players step by step through the individual elements and rules of Mists over Carcassonne and present them with ever greater challenges. In the game, players take turns adding a new land tile to the board. As the game board expands, players will place their meeples to score points. However, ghosts will appear during the game and it’s up to the player to pacify them. Together, players must reach the goal tile by scoring a pre-determined number of points. But if there are too many ghosts on the board, or players can’t draw any more land tiles, then they have lost. All players play together against the game. Show each other your tiles and decide as a team where to place them. In later levels especially, you will need to cooperate well!
4-16 Players | This curated version of a classic game is guaranteed to create laughs!
- Mountain Goats$19.99
In Mountain Goats you work to move your goats to the top of 6 different mountains where they can score points as long as they stay there. You can share spaces with other goats on the way up, but there is only room for one goat at the top of each mountain. If someone else's goat moves to the mountain top, they will kick you off and you'll have to start your trek over. It's a game about timing. You need to not just get to the top of the mountain, but get there when no one else is in position to knock you off. It's a game about keeping your eye on your opponents. Maximizing your score, but also making sure you don't let anyone else score too much. There is the fun chance to knock each other off the mountain. But it doesn't feel too mean because you can only knock back goats that are in a scoring position, and it isn't a huge setback. It is just a normal part of the cycle of the game.
- Mysterium Park$26.99
A new take on Mysterium, designed to be quicker, and easier for set up. Holds on to that same styling as before but with just two pictures to gather instead of three, and includes a Codenames style of board.
- Not So Neighborly$19.99
Build up your neighborhood in this race to ten points. But make sure your opponents do not get there first.
The Sorcerer is out to get you! Find your way among the illusions, but beware of the traitor in your ranks! The Grimoire guides their team towards the exit using images, upon which they point at certain details. Working together, the other players have to find the exit as quickly as possible while avoiding picking the wrong cards. However, a member of the team is a traitor looking to lead the other players astray. A wide variety of traps are on your way to the exit of the library, making player communication harder! Obscurio is a family game, an original mix between an image-based communication game and a secret role game in which the players have to be careful when sharing ideas with their team. Supported by rich contents, Obscurio proposes a fresh new experience in its genre by putting the emphasis on the details of the images and the constant doubt created by the presence of the traitor.
- One Key$29.99
One Key is different. Focusing on communication, players try to eliminate cards from a set of 11. There is one card they are trying not to eliminate though. If they do, everyone loses. To lead them, one player will be giving a series of clues guiding them towards the card they cannot eliminate. The game does say it has an app, you do not need it.
While you might think this is a little “been there done that.” Pandemic is one of the best co-op games probably of all time and has inspired dozens of other games. Your goal: save the world from four diseases breaking out. Work together and plan carefully as this is a game you can play forever.
- Paranormal Detectives$29.99
Paranormal Detectives is a deduction party game. One player takes the role of a Ghost. All other players work as Paranormal Detectives and need to discover how the victim died. Using paranormal abilities they will communicate with the Ghost, asking open questions about the details of the crime. The Ghost answers in a variety of ghostly ways - by arranging a hangman’s knot, playing chosen tarot cards, creating a word puzzle on a talking board, drawing by holding the hand of a detective and many more!
This game is a competitive tile placement game, building the best quilt to earn you buttons. Reinvest those hard earned buttons back into your quilt to get better swatches. One of the things we love so much about this game is the turn order varies, there are times you can take two or three turns in a row which feels incredible.
- Project L$34.99
A clean, beautiful tile placement game. Works your brain as you try to maximize your efficiency.
Financial crisis has occurred. Sixteen "too big to fail" companies from four countries need bailing out. The central banks have unlimited financial resources, so lots of money is going to be printed, but the central banks also face disaster — print too much money and the country they represent goes bust.
- Queen by Midnight$69.69
The Midnight Queen is dead... As her kingdom weeps, the Queen’s dying command was to invoke the Rule By Midnight: a trial of combat and guile, where the Princesses of Twelvefold meet in secret to battle and scheme against one another. At the stroke of midnight, the most powerful Princess left standing will be crowned the new Midnight Queen. Queen by Midnight is a battle-royale deck-building card game of guile, deception, and brawn. Each Princess wields unique tactics to battle for the Midnight Court, but only one shall wear the crown.
- Ramen Fury$11.99
Rush to prepare and slurp up delicious bowls of ramen filled with tasty ingredients in the use-your-noodle card game Ramen Fury. Collect combos of cards to score for different recipes while adding garnishes to boost your points. At the same time, watch out as other players throw spicy chili peppers your way or swipe foods right from your bowls! It's "take that" fun that will have you calling for takeout!
- Red Panda$14.99
Pandas have been polishing their own Shaolin techniques for centuries, propelling them to the top of the food chain. No longer the favorite prey of other mountain animals, they ended up bored to death and every year the best fighters would gather around the main temple for a martial arts tournament where they present their most impressive katas in front of a ruthless jury. To win Red Panda, get rid of all your cards or be the last player standing!
- Roll to the Top$39.99
A roll and write where everyone uses the same dice every turn, trying to fill their landmark first, with bigger and bigger numbers as you go up.
2-5 Players | Run a boba shop while sabotaging your opponents' shops
- Sabobatage: Legends of Matcha$19.99
2-7 Players | Add a new mechanic and complex strategy into Sabobatage!
- Sea Salt and Paper$14.99
During their turn, you assemble your hand, maybe place cards for their effect, and decide if you want to end the round. But do you think you are the one with the most points in hand? You will have to choose: stop the round immediately or give the others an extra turn to try to extend the gap? Is it worth taking the risk? The game ends when you reach 30/35/40 points (4/3/2 players).
Skull is the quintessence of bluffing, a game in which everything is played in the players' heads. Each player plays a face-down card, then each player in turn adds one more card – until someone feels safe enough to state that he can turn a number of cards face up and get only roses. Other players can then overbid him, saying they can turn even more cards face up. The highest bidder must then turn that number of cards face up, starting with his own. If he shows only roses, he wins; if he reveals a skull, he loses, placing one of his cards out of play. Two successful challenges wins the game. Skull & Roses is not a game of luck; it's a game of poker face and meeting eyes.
- So Clover$24.99
3-6 Players | Work together using one-word clues to disentangle word pairs.
- Spank the Yeti$19.99
All the joys of Cards Against Humanity but in a package made for two players. Based on the structure of a game I am not allowed to put onto our menu this game will give you three actions and three characters. You must pair each action with a single character. And while you do that everyone else will try and guess what order you are choosing.
Splendor is a game designed to leave you wanting a little more, to always want you to play again. Collect gems to buy properties, which in turn will make it easier to buy bigger and better cards. I call it extreme couponing: the game. It's a game of making all of your investments work for you, and right when you feel you are about to hit terminal velocity, someone wins.
- Splendor Duel$29.99
The award-winning game Splendor returns with this fresh take on its classic drafting gameplay. Featuring the clever engine building that Splendor is known for, Splendor Duel offers a compact, tight two-player experience that will be instantly recognizable to fans of the original game, while also adding new decisions and mechanisms that offer deeper strategic options. The new common board has players drafting Gem, Gold and rare Pearl tokens from a 5x5 grid. Only allowed to draft up to 3 tokens in a consecutive line, taking tokens will create gaps in the board and will limit how many and what kind of token players will be able to take in future turns. Co-designed by Marc André (Splendor) and Bruno Cathala (7 Wonders Duel, Kingdomino), Splendor Duel is an exciting new entry in the Splendor product line.
- Spot It$12.99
High energy game that works well for kids. Everyone flips cards and tries to find the match. Each card has eight symbols on it. And each card has exactly one symbol that matches each other card. Never two, and never zero. This simple system has many different ways to play that will always keep the game interesting.
- That Time You Killed Me$44.99
2 Players | You and your opponent are rival time travelers trying to erase each other from history. To prove you are the one true inventor of time travel, you must use your invention to find your enemy in time and murder them — before they get you!
- The Game: Face To Face$14.99
The Game: Face to Face features gameplay similar to The Game with players laying down cards from their hand in ascending and descending piles, but now the game is limited to two players who are competing to get rid of their cards first. You want to win on your own, but to advance, you must inevitably help your opponent...
- Ticket to Ride$45.99
Ticket to Ride is one of the best introductions into the wonderful world of strategy games for kids and adults alike, so hop aboard for a lovely adventure. With the perfect mix of thought and cut throat competition, 2-5 players battle it out in order to complete the most train routes possible, the longer your route the more points you earn. But there is no risk without reward, failure to do so means subtracting those points.
- Ticket to Ride Legacy: Legends of the West$119.99
In Ticket to Ride Legacy: Legends of the West, players embark on twelve journeys across North America as 19th century pioneers. The campaign begins on the East Coast, with players working their way to the West from one adventure to the next, meeting challenges along the way. As in Ticket to Ride, completing your tickets will remain your primary goal, but you will need to develop other skills if you hope to overcome the unexpected events and your resourceful rivals. Game after game, route after route, you will continuously fill your vault with earnings. As the story progresses, you will open frontier boxes that unlock new rules, content, and many more surprises.
- Ticket to Ride: Europe$48.99
If you have played Ticket to Ride, I recommend that you play the Europe version. Mechanically the same as Ticket to Ride but with a couple additions such as ferries and tunnels making travel slightly more difficult. Train stations can be deployed to help you make things easier. A classic style game perfect for families and friends.
All sailors fear the tales of Uk’otoa, the all-seeing Great Leviathan beneath the sea. The worst has come to pass—the beast has you in its serpentine clutches. As the toothy maw of Uk’otoa ravages your ship, you’ll have to run, push, and sacrifice others to win! Uk’otoa is the first official board game developed by the Darrington Press team—a fast-paced, enthralling tactical game of semi-cooperative card play and thrilling nautical adventure from the world of Exandria.
- Wandering Towers$44.99
Each year, the graduating classes of the Ravenrealm Magic School compete to demonstrate their mastery of magic. For the final exam, all the wizards of each class must assemble at the legendary Ravenskeep… but every last one of them has procrastinated, distracted by learning new spells. They’ve also used all their potions—they can’t show up unprepared, with empty potion bottles! Help your wizards get to Ravenskeep as quickly as possible. Using their magic they could even move the very towers atop which they stand to get there more easily! But how can they refill their potion bottles along the way? Well, here’s a little secret: Trapping wizards allows you to capture some of their magical essence in a bottle…
Wavelength is a social guessing game in which two teams compete to read each other's minds. Teams take turns rotating a dial to where they think a hidden bullseye is located on a spectrum. One of the players on your team — the Psychic — knows exactly where the bullseye is, and draws a card with a pair of binaries on it (such as: Job - Career, Rough - Smooth, Fantasy - Sci-Fi, Sad Song - Happy Song, etc). The Psychic must then provide a clue that is *conceptually* where the bullseye is located between those two binaries. For example, if the card this round is HOT-COLD and the bullseye is slightly to the "cold" side of the centre, the Psychic needs to give a clue somewhere in that region. Perhaps "salad"? After the Psychic gives their clue, their team discusses where they think the bullseye is located and turns the dial to that location on that spectrum. The closer to the center of the bullseye the team guess, the more points they score!
- Werewolf Wallet$9.99
Suspicious townsfolk try to identify the murderous outsiders hiding in their group.
- What Do You Meme$29.99
Think you've got what it takes to out-meme your friends IRL? What Do You Meme? is a party card game for the social media generation. Each round, one player takes the role of judge and plays a photo card, after which everyone else plays a caption card to complete the meme. The judge decides the funniest pairing, and whoever played the winning caption card wins the round. Lather, rinse, and repeat.