First up the evil eyes fly, as we try to dodge the curse hot potato style in Hex Hex XL
Next we explore together seeking new discoveries as we scour the forbidding lands of The 7th Continent
And lastly, we scramble to bring our movies in ontime and on budget even if we have to hire the producers nephew in ShowBiz Shuffle
Hex Hex XL
Designed by: Justin Brunetto, Curt Covert
Published by: Smirk & Dagger Games (2010)
Players: 3 – 6
Ages: 14 & up
Playing time: 20 min
In Hex Hex, players hurl Hex after Hex around the table, constantly redirecting, deflecting and altering the Hex’s power with cards until a player can’t redirect it and becomes HEXED.
Those hexed lose points while the last player to pass the hex gains points. At the end of the game, the player with the most points creates a new rule for the next game.
Hex Hex XL, combines the best of classic Hex Hex and Hex Hex Next – along with 2 NEW variants, Hex Hex Vexed and Hexen Stix.
The 7th Continent
Designed by: Ludovic Roudy, Bruno Sautter
Published by: Serious Poulp (2017)
Players: 1 – 4
Ages: 14 & up
Playing time: 1000+
In The 7th Continent, a cooperative “choose-your-own-adventure” exploration board game, you play against the game as you attempt to life the curses that have been placed on you.
Choose a character and begin the adventure inspired by the Fighting Fantasy book series. You will explore this wild new land through a variety of terrain and event cards. In a land fraught with danger and wonders, you have to use every ounce of wit and cunning to survive, crafting tools, weapons, and shelter to ensure your survival.
With 962 cards in just the core box, it will take you many, MANY hours of exploring and searching the seventh continent until you eventually discover how to remove the curse(s)…or die trying.
Designed by: Joan Wendland
Published by: Blood & Cardstock Games (1999)
Players: 2 – 5
Ages: 12 & up
Playing time: 30 min
In SHOWBIZ SHUFFLE, a fun set collection card game. Players try to collect actors, directors, stunts and special effects and create their movies for points. Show Biz cards add to the fun by allowing players to build up their own movies or ruin the other players.
The game ends when the deck runs out, and all unfinished movies count against you. The player with the most points, wins!