Boo! You and your friends are suddenly surrounded by hordes of very aggressive zombies. But do not fret, we have some good news – one of you will definitely get out alive. How can you become that lucky person? It’s very simple!

Three seekers are bent over the table. Before them lye sketches and drawings of the Great Da Vinci. The seekers are trying to figure out the secrets behind them. They realize that the secret is hidden in the correct placement of the drawings. One of the seekers moves a sketch with a flower and the symbols suddenly form a pattern. It's obvious this is the key! His eyes shine with a victorious light. He moves the image again – the others will never know what he has discovered. He on the other hand memorized the key, but is just one of seven needed to solve the mystery.

Quintis Fontis is a specialized version of The Enigma of Leonardo designed for hardcore players, for those, that considered the core version too simple.

The game concept is familiar to everyone who has built a card castle at least once: vertical piers are leaned together and horizontal cards are placed at their top becoming a base for the new floor, and it continues till there are no cards left or one clumsy movement ruins all the construction. Moreover standard cards called heki which are used only for walls there are some other building elements: gamen screens (twice bigger than heki) and yanegae overlaps with the special fixed stops for heki. Vertical cards stay at their places because of it so castle levels can be built as a tower one right above another, not only like a pyramid. Yanegae cards are of two sizes – small ones with the space for one leaned pair of heki (this construction is called karigoya) and big for two pairs which can be placed transversely to each other as well as parallel. The last variety of big yanegae with two perpendicular pairs is called antei and works as the basic unit for the most of constructions.

Knights of Europe are heading for Jerusalem to take back the Holy Land. After many grueling battles and countless sieges Palestine is captured, with Jerusalem taken by Godfrey of Bouillon. The crusaders build their castles on the Holy Land and create new states. But victory didn't bring an end to the war.0Wwith the Muslims pushed back, inner conflict arises. Who will be the one to rule the new kingdom of Christianity?

The expansion Ordonnance gives players new possibilities. The Kingdoms of Crusaders core set was a game for only two players, now you can have up to four players. The game also has new cards that allow building stronger troops, changing troops on a certain territory, moving your own, or destroying enemy forces.

For more players to participate in play, the expansion contains an extra set of the core cards and two extra “location lines”. In the core game you needed to dominate more locations than your opponent; with the increase in players, the winner is decided by points. Unit strength of each player is compared at each location and points are awarded. To make it easier, the set contains special cards that show the amount of points in a location.

Ahh jam, a favorite treat from childhood! A bright sunny day – scarlet strawberries, sweet-scented raspberries, tasty apples, the humming of bees… Or a winter evening – cold outside, warm inside, tea is ready – all that's left to choose is cherry or peach? Gooseberry or currant? Why not open a few jars and taste some of each. Of and it would be lovely to bake some pies with jam…

Now you can not only eat jam, you can play “The Jam” – summer or winter, any time of the year, whenever you feel like it.

Confetti is a fun fast paced action game. A little bit of logic, a bit more attention and victory will be yours. You will need to think fast because you have only got one minute for the round and you do not have any spare time to waste.

From time to time, you just want to get away from the city, travel to your village, and once there in the fresh air with a spade and rake in hand, cultivate your piece of land. You want to plant in your garden seeds of various crops, then sit on the terrace and sip tea, waiting for the watered and fertilized earth to give birth to mountains of beets and carrots, cabbages and strawberries, cucumbers and turnips, tomatoes and zucchini. But alas, you have too many urgent things to do in the city and cultivating a garden is both time-consuming and physically hard, so all of your dreams remain mere dreams...

Kitchen Garden lets you fulfill these dreams of gardening without getting soil under your fingernails. Each player receives a task card at the start of the game that depicts four garden beds and the specific number of four types of plants that the owner of the task card must plant. What's more, the task card indicates whether a garden bed must include two or three cards. Each player starts with a hand of four cards – with the deck containing plant cards of four types (with 1-3 plants per card) and the action cards Weed, Worker and sluggard – and one of each special card: Bazaar, Crow and Holiday. Six cards start face up in the market.

Throughout the entire war I participated in many large scale operations but the upcoming battle for Berlin was special, it couldn't be compared to anything before it. The front-line had to get through the highly defended echelon zone starting from Oder and ending with the highly fortified Berlin.

The War card game covers the events of World War II from 1939-1945. The cards in game represent different units: infantry and tank companies, artillery batteries, squadrons of fighter jets and bombers, ships. Special cards are used to show terrain and tactical maneuvers.

Family Tree

Rightgames LLC and the “Mosaicum” project have released an educational board game, Family tree. Players make up family trees during the game learning russian history and lifestyles of different generations. Family tree inculcates interest to country’s past and own family history in a game form and develops improvisation and counting skills.