Why not take your gaming table to a beautiful location here in Canada? In Okanagan, players work to settle the fertile Okanagan Valley, mimicking the discovery of the territory by laying out tiles. Buildings must be placed and resources gathered to come out on top!
This game for 2-4 players moves along quickly and adds some levels of strategy to the recognizable tile laying of classics like Carcasonne, with opportunities for different scoring methods. Very beautifully made!Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Games
A family board game where strategy counts as much as luck
Queendomino is a follow up to 2016's Spiel des Jahres winner Kingdomino, in which you claim domino-style tiles in order to build up your kingdom. Claim wheat fields, forests, lakes, grazing grounds, marshes, and mountains while your gallant knights bring you riches — and if you make sure to expand the towns on your lands, you will make new buildings appear, creating new strategies!
2 to 4 players, ages 8 and up. Playing time 25 minutes. $45.00.
Play Queendomino either as an expansion to Kingdomino or as a standalone game.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Games
Photosynthesis, the new game from Blue Orange, gives you the chance to grow your own forest! Gorgeous 3D trees grow from the seeds you carefully plant. Gather sunlight to grow your trees larger, plant seeds, and remember that your tree can shade your opponent's trees from the precious sun. Remember also, that the sun moves around the board, and the tree you shade now may grow up to tower over yours from another angle!
An elegant game for 2 to 4 players aged 10 and up. Playing time 30-60 minutes.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Games
Having friends or family over? Worried there won't be enough arguing?
Grab Ultimate Showdown, a party game that lets you pit characters from history and fiction against one another in hilarious challenges. Sure, you might figure on Ghengis Khan as more likely to start a fight then Mother Theresa, but is Michael Jackson or Joan of Arc more likely to be a runaway bride? Does the Easter Bunny or Bart Simpson look better in a swimsuit? Each round not only features betting on the eventual winners and finalists, but a bonus if “your” contestant makes it through!
For 3-8 players aged 12 and up. Playing time 45 minutes.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Games
A family board game where time is money
This gorgeous slip case game is a fantastic thematic representation of the famous novel by Jules Verne. It also happens to be an update to the first ever Spiel Des Jahres winner (back in 1979). Playable with up to 6 players, this unique racing game let's you move as far as you can afford on each turn. With money awarded for guessing where you'll land on the board, waiting, and even backing up, the strategy is involved, and planning for your opponents moves can be a triumph or a headache. At the end, like Phineas Fogg, you must return to London with £10 or less in your pocket, making the final turns a tense showdown as players balance speed with cost.
Ages 10 & up. Playing time 45 minutes. $44.00Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Games
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