Wednesday, November 15, 2017

What's New at Labyrinth: 11/15/2017

New Arrivals and Restocks: November 15th;

A lot of highly anticipated releases this week! Check them out:


 The game we've all be waiting for is finally here! Live the excitement of the adventuring life in this gorgeous D&D deck-building game! Choose your race, your class, and develop your skills as you evade traps, battle monstrous foes, and claim your magical booty. A thrill!

Twilight Imperium: Fourth Edition

When it comes to massive space-opera strategy games of war, peace and politics, accept no substitutes: Twilight Imperium is king. The new edition lets you guide one of SEVENTEEN factions in their quest to claim the throne of Galactic Emperor.  

 Legend of the Five Rings: For Honor and Glory

Another new pack for the new edition of Legend of the Five Rings. Seize honor, win glory!

 Xanathar's Guide to Everything

 Technically, Xanathar's released last Friday, but it sold out instantly. So we might as well announce the restock here! With new spells, new items, tons of new tools for a DM to use, and over thirty new subclasses, this is a must-get for the enthusiastic DM or player!

Time Barons

 Returning to print after some time away, it's Time Barons! Take control of one of the mysterious, manipulative Barons, and guide the world from the shadows to fight your rivals for total control! If you've ever wanted to play as the Illuminati, this is your chance!

Harvest Dice

If you feel the call of the soil, Harvest Dice can help you scratch that itch. Grow veggies and feed your pig in this dice drafting game--but keep an eye on the markets, or you might find yourself with a pile of worthless produce!

Magic the Gathering: Iconic Masters

(On Sale This Friday - 11/17)

For the Magic player, casual or competitive, or even just collectors, you can't miss the new Iconic Masters release. Wizards has reprinted dozens of legendary, iconic cards from across Magic history, including plenty that were nearly impossible to grab. Plus, there's a foil in every pack! We've also gotten some themed sleeves, deck protectors, and playmats, so you can protect your new goods in style. Releases on Friday!

New Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh

These are also releasing on Friday, and they haven't arrived just yet, so no pictures until they do. But we'll have a huge array of new Pokemon products, including the Premium Trainer's XY Collection, the World Championships Deck, and the Shining Legends Collector Chest. And for you Duel Monsters players, the Spirit Warriors BD and the Kaiba Collector Box will be available!


Finally, a happy announcement: Santorini has returned to Labyrinth! Lots of you have been asking after it, and here it is. Fun and extremely cute!

And that's what's new this week at Labyrinth. Come down and see!

Friday, November 10, 2017

New Arrivals 11/10/2017

New Arrivals and Restocks, November 10th

Winter weather has finally arrived. Stay cozy inside with one of our new arrivals!

New Unlock Trilogy

Explore a haunted house, escape a predatory giant squid, and find hidden treasure in these three new self-contained Unlock scenarios. From beginner-friendly to fiendishly difficult, there's something here for every Escape the Room fan!

Legend of the Five Rings: Tears of Amaterasu

Return to Rokugan with the first pack of the Living Card Game rerelease of the classic CCG.

Tiny Epic Galaxies & Quest

Old favorites return with our restock of Tiny Epic Galaxies and Tiny Epic Quest. Extremely cute, extremely fun.

New Playmats

We've got what you're looking for in playmats-- from serious and sober blacks to rainbows, kittens, and even the legendary Three Wolf Moon.

Magic the Gathering Duel Deck: Merfolk vs Goblins

The new duel decks are here! Perfect for casual play, these decks are super fun to pick up and try out against each other, or experimenting on your own.

Mansions of Madness: Streets of Arkham

Streets of Madness is the first expansion for 2E Mansions of Madness to break from 1E and bring something brand-new to the table, with new locations, scenarios, and horrible things from beyond the stars. See that which man was not meant to know! A must-get for any Lovecraft fan.

 Secret Hitler 

The moment you've been waiting for is finally here! Much-requested long-awaited, Secret Hitler is finally available. Defend your fledgling democracy from the insidious forces of facism--or undermine it from within. Tons of fun for grown-up gamers.

Children's Activity Books

Finally, for our smaller fans, we've got two new books to keep them entertained (and quiet) on family trips. An engaged kid is a happy kid!

Thursday, November 2, 2017

New Arrivals 11/2/2017

New Arrivals, Restocks, and Re-Organizations

Just in time for November, here's what's new at Labyrinth!

Axis and Allies: Anniversary Edition

A giant box for a giant game! Play through WWII as never before on this massive Anniversary board.

Star Trek Adventures RPG and Dice Sets

Boldly go where no man has gone before in the new Star Trek RPG. We've got the dice for it too!


Fight for dominance in Renaissance Italy as a member of a noble family. Will you obey the church or break the law in search of power?

Brand-New Puzzle Bookshelf

We've stocked it with a brand new shipmment of crosswords, sudokus, and much much more!

Dry-Erase Interlocking Dungeon Tiles

Square, interlocking dry-erase boards with gridlines make assembling a map easier than ever. The perfect gift for an aspiring or experienced DM. We've been carrying these for a month or so, but they've been so popular that we decided to bring in a larger selection.

London & Iron Curtain

Feed your Cold War addiction with Iron Curtain, or build a glorious city with London. Look at how gorgeous that box is!

New Pokemon Swag

A new Pokémon set has been released, and we have early access to sell it. New Crimson Invasion boosters, Theme Decks, an Elite Trainer box, and even a mini Collector's Album!

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Kids' D&D Session Report: The Isle of Niln

Labyrinth is excited to announce a significant expansion to our youth Dungeons and Dragons program, incorporating the elements of a dynamic, long-term campaign. A major portion of this effort is the creation of an epic fantasy world that will be the center of our ongoing adventures. Our staff has been working diligently (and having a ton of fun) outlining some of the general aspects of the world, but most of the details will actually be developed by the players during the gaming sessions. On Sunday, October 22, 2017, during our last Kids' D&D event, two groups of young adventurers were first introduced to the Isle of Niln. Here are reports from Camilla and Ben, our staff who served as the DMs for the games. Eventually, we hope that some of the kids will help us record the games, and that they will be shared here on the Labyrinth blog, so that friends, families and other Guild members can stay updated on the stories.

Table 1: Camilla's Table

In their first quest in the Isle of Niln, one of our groups of adventurers set out to explore Fort Stonespur, a potential headquarters for the Guild. The party arranged a rendezvous with the ranger Davdri, deep in the Razorback forest. From there, they made their way along the riverbank to the fall where Stonespur was said to be found. They investigated the fort, finding it to be an ancient Elven outpost, overrun with troglodytes and a gelatinous cube. A magically sealed door was opened with a riddle, revealing a large arcane artifact installed inside. The adventurers decided that the fort was perfect, and preparations are underway to make it the Guild's first home.

Table 2: Ben's Table (They were unfortunately not quite as lucky.)

Our adventure began in the Muddy Mule, a cozy tavern in the middle of the Isle of Niln.  Our hearty band of adventurers was greeted by Ander Kingsley, a corpulent dwarf who serves as recruiter for the Guild of Heroes.  He told them the Guild needed their help winning over the population of Niln, who had thus far seen the newly formed organization as outsiders and conquerors.  The Guild seeks only to restore peace and justice to the impoverished Isle, so the willing assistance of the locals is necessary.

Thankfully, Ander had a plan to bring the people of Niln on board.  An ancient relic, the Horn of the Four Winds--an important symbol of the island’s resistance to Imperial conquest 1000 years ago--was rumored to rest nearby in the town of Gullsperch.  After some persuasion, Ander decided to accompany the group and the next morning they rode out, seeking the Horn.

The party arrived in Gullsperch and sought out Mama Gee, the village elder and keeper of the horn.  She brought them to an ancient amphitheater with a statue of the horn at its center.  In order to claim it, she told them, they had to prove themselves worthy of it.  They must pass three tests: the Test of Mind, the Test of Body, and the Test of Spirit.

The group elected to attempt the Test of Spirit first.  One by one, Mama Gee asked the group what they would do if they unlocked the ultimate power of the horn.  Some sought to destroy it, others to use it to end injustice, but most chose to hide it away, where it could do no harm, but where it could be called upon if there was ever great need.  Mama Gee found their answers truthful and wise, and the group passed their first test.

Next, the group attempted the Test of Body.  The plants overgrowing the arena came to life and attacked them.  A nail-biting fight ensued.  Several members of the party were knocked unconscious, but in the end (and thanks to some particularly effective fire spells) the party defeated the Blights and passed their second test.

Angered by the threat to their lives, the party refused to begin the third test, but instead interrogated Mama Gee, demanding to know the purpose of the trials she put them through.  At that moment, an envoy from the Empire appeared. 

Ser Bluto Vel Alrich, a fire giant, and Commandant of Fort Kraos, arrived with a coterie of a dozen armed guards.  He demanded the group stand aside while the Empire claimed the horn.  When pressed for explanations, Vel Alrich told the group the Empire sought to reestablish their foothold on Niln and that the seizure of the horn would be a potent symbol in the heart and minds of the locals.  Outnumbered and outmatched, the party stood aside while Vel Alrich ripped the statue from its plinth and carried it from the arena.

Before the empire could leave, though, the party spotted a dissident prisoner held by the guards.  Seeing an opportunity to gain favor with the empire and hopefully eventually figure out a way to get the Horn back, while also sparing the man a more painful end, one of the members of our party offered to execute him.  Others in the party disagreed, and Onox, the cleric, leaped in the way of the blow.  Wary of the groups' infighting, Vel Alrich carried out the sentence himself and told the group they had much to prove before they earned the trust of the empire.

So, the party returned home, having lost the relic to the empire, having betrayed the trust of the local islanders by attempting to murder one of their own, and having failed to gain favor with the dangerous Vel Alrich.  The Guild has more work to do now than ever before.  But the adventure is just beginning, and who knows where the story might lead.

Our next Kids' D&D adventures will be held on Sunday, November 26 from 2:30 to 5:30pm. Registration is now open on Eventbrite.

Dungeons and Dragons is a legendary, fantasy, "pen and paper" role-playing game played by millions worldwide. Players take on the role of a fantasy hero and help tell a story in collaboration with their fellow players and a Dungeon Master. For more information about Labyrinth's D&D sessions for kids, birthday parties, and camps, please contact the store via e-mail or phone: 202-544-1059.

Friday, October 27, 2017

What We're Playing: Photosynthesis

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By Ben Hain.  Position: Sorcerer Supreme.  Years working at Labyrinth: 1 year

I never really liked chess.  It’s too old, and too dry, and too studied.  I like trees though, and it turns out trees can make me like chess.

I’m talking about Photosynthesis, a brilliant, gorgeous new abstract strategy game from Blue Orange (the company behind the Spiel De Jahres-winning Kingdomino).  Players compete to absorb the most sunlight, grow the biggest trees, and harvest them for the most points.  Careful positioning is key, as a well-placed tree can block the sun from reaching your opponent’s saplings.  But be careful, when the sun swings around to the other side of the board, your tree may be blocked in turn.

The game is deceptively complex.  I was taken in by the beautiful aesthetics and simple layout, thinking I was in for something like a tree-based tic-tac-toe.  What I got instead was a brain-crunching combination of spatial strategy and economic engine building.  Trying to balance the development of my copse while obstructing my opponent was a study in compromises and half-measures.  The game is impeccably balanced, with the most valuable growing plots the easiest to cast in shadow, and you are forced to make difficult decision after difficult decision.  Do I plant in a good spot to shadow my opponent or go for the high-scoring space in the center of the board?  Do I hold a chokepoint with my massive conifer, or harvest it to bank the points?

Photosynthesis is one of the year’s worst kept secrets.  Supplies are limited, so pick up your copy today.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

New Arrrivals and Restocks

We have a ton of highly anticipated new arrivals this week including the second season of Pandemic Legacy - on sale 10/26/17! It is recommended that you play Season 1 first if possible. It's not required, but there are story lines that will reference things that occur in the first game.

 For those who do not know, this is one of the most popular games currently on the market. It is a cooperative game that is fashioned after the super popular Pandemic, but in this game you play through a changing story and face new challenges with each game. Stop by and we can explain in further details. No spoilers allowed!

Lots of other highly anticipated new stuff, like Ex Libris, Clank in Space, a new expansion for Mystic Vale, new expansions for the LCGs Arkham Horror Card game and Game of Thrones Card game, and the long awaited Guns for Hire for the Star Wars X-Wing game!

Commander 2017 decks are back in stock for the time being. We didn't get a ton, so if you want one, come and get them quickly.

We received a restock of Tegu blocks, cute puzzles, and sticker books for kids.

Some really great items for early holiday shopping: 

We received a restock of the super cool new Lego robotics kit for younger children, Boost.

Amazingly cool, big boxes of fancy Pokémon. 

A new Carcassonne Big Box.

A restock of The Networks and Trekking the National Parks.

Restocks on Pub Quiz and puzzle books for kids and adults!

Just in time for Halloween, a restock of one of our favorite large group games, Mascarade. It can support up to 13 players.

There's a new gift pack for Magic: the Gathering that makes a perfect gift for someone you know who plays the game. 

We are definitely opening a copy of this one as a demo. Neat, 3D, abstract strategy game that supports up to 5 players.

Very beautiful, magnetic desk toy from Tegu. A perfect gift for the person that has everything, and suffers through long conference calls.

Speaking of which, we also got a huge restock of wooden puzzles. They make excellent holiday gifts. Start making your lists now. 

Friday, October 20, 2017

New Arrivals, Restocks, and Reprints 10/20

New Arrivals!

Look how shiny they are. Come down and get a closer look!

D&D Tomb of Annihilation Board Game, Cutthroat Kingdoms, 4D Map Puzzles, Starfinder: Alien Archive, Star Wars Force and Destiny: Ghosts of Dathomir, Mysterium: Secrets and Lies, Alphabet Go Fish, Pokemon Mad Libs, Ultra Pro Eclipse Sleeves, Legendary Marvel: Spider-Man Homecoming, 10 Minute Heist: Wizard's Tower

Photosynthesis, Ethnos, Crazy Aaron's Thinking Putty, Chess, Go, Backgammon

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Welcome to the New Blog and What We're Playing

The blog is back and better than ever!

After the sad departure of our beloved blogger, Alex, we've been laying low on the whole regular internet journaling thing.  Well, today we burst forth from our cocoon.  The Labyrinth blog will once again be the best place to see what's new and exciting in the store.  We're also introducing a slew of new features and posts, including a new segment on what we're playing.  This week, the woman who puts the "Queen" in Queendomino, the incomprable Kathleen Donahue herself kicks us off with her thoughts.

By Kathleen Donahue, Position: owner, Years working at Labyrinth: 6 years and 11 months

With the new (and hopefully improved) format of Labyrinth’s newsletter and the reinvigoration of our blog, we wanted to start a regular feature where our awesome employees share information about some of the games that we’re currently playing. The staff thought I should start us off. As usual, I’ve been playing a lot of different games. I try to play several new games each week, and I often do not replay them, because I want to know ALL the games. However, every once in a while there are games that catch my fancy and I can’t stop thinking about them and I must play them MORE. This month there are two that I just want to play again and again.

The first is Sidereal Confluence. I honestly have no idea how to actually pronounce the name of this game, but I’m completely obsessed with it. This game is complex, and there’s a chance that it may be overwhelming to someone who doesn’t have much gaming experience. Once understood, however, it is actually pretty easy to play. It is an asymmetrical trading and negotiation game for 4 to 9 players. Each player plays an alien race who must trade with others in an intergalactic trading federation to survive. The game is competitive, but it is set up so that you must collaborate with others because no race can function on its own. Pretty much the entire game is played simultaneously, so there is very little down time. You are trying to make profitable trades to earn resources to run converters to gain more resources that can then be used to develop technologies and colonize planets. The game consists of a set number of rounds, with each round being made up of a trading phase, an economy phase, and a confluence phase (where you can bid and win planets and technologies). You earn victory points in multiple ways but mostly from discovering technologies. There is a lot of engine building and resource management, but the heart and soul of the game is negotiation. I cannot think of another negotiation game that I’ve enjoyed more. I absolutely love it. We’ve played several times now, with 4 to 6 players. The game takes a while, averaging about 2 to 2.5 hours for us, but the duration is very dependent on how long you allow the negotiation phases to last. If trading bricks for sheep thrills you, but is getting a bit old, and you’re ready to settle something much larger than Catan, this might just be the game for you.

The second game that I currently can’t stop thinking about is Raiders of the North Sea. We just got this in, and so far I’ve only played it once. This was one of this year’s nominees for the Kennerspiel des Jahres award (the German award for the year’s best gamers’ game). While it may also be slightly complicated for a beginning gamer, I found it to be very straight forward in actual game mechanics. Basically everyone starts the game with some cards (you get 5 and must keep 3), some silver, and a pawn. BTW, they included real metal coins which is awesome! During the game, you place the pawn on action spaces in the town to do things like getting silver, more cards, provisions, etc., arming your Viking ship, hiring crew, or making offerings to the chief. If you decide to go to town, you will get two actions, one when you place your pawn, and one when you remove a pawn from another space. As soon as you have the appropriate provisions and crew, you can go raiding instead of going to town. To do this, you will place your pawn on one of the raiding locations, you’ll get plunder and a new pawn that may be a different color. Only certain colors of pawns can be used to raid some of the locations on the board. I did really horribly when I played this game, but I found it to be absolutely fascinating. I loved the variation on a worker placement game, and I thought that it really suited the theme even though, like Lords of Waterdeep, it is mostly about the mechanics and the actions you take and the theme is pretty secondary. As a matter of fact, this game reminds me of the feeling I had the first time I played Lords of Waterdeep, so if you like that one, you may really like Raiders of the North Sea, too. I’ll be playing again soon, and hopefully, I will redeem myself as a better Viking. 

Saturday, August 26, 2017

New Arrivals 8/26/2017

by Alexander "Cat-Dragon" Smith

We have a lot of new games this week, so come and check them out!

Unearth, Mountains of Madness, Flamme Rouge, Photosynthesis, Lisboa, Codenames Duet, Fantasy Realms, Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle: The Monster Box of Monsters, Sonar: Upgrade One, Broom Service Card Game, Nano Fictionary, Fabled Fruit, Terraforming Mars: Hellas & Elysium, Secrets, Paul and the Moon, Pipsquigz

Also, we've refreshed our inventory of LEGO products with some new DC Comics, Minecraft, and Star Wars products. We also have a programmable robot set called LEGO Boost, and it is just incredibly awesome.

Roleplaying game fans will be happy to hear that the Dungeons & Dragons  Spellbook Cards are back in stock. Grab some before they're gone!

The new Magic: the Gathering Commander 2017 decks have been fantastically popular. With a mix of powerful cards from Magic's history and new cards designed specifically for these decks, players are having a lot of fun bringing their armies of Dragons, Wizards, Vampires, or Cats to the table.

Back in Stock: Arkham Horror Living Card Game Core Set, Robinson Crusoe, Dungeons & Dragons Spell Cards, Superfight

New Demos: Photosynthesis, Fantasy Relams, Between Two Cities: Capitals, Imploding Kittens, Werewords, 1960: The Making of the President, Fall of Magic

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

New Arrivals 8/9/2017

by Alexander "Cruller and Unusual" Smith

Cottage Garden is a tile-laying garden puzzle game for 1-4 players. Similar to Patchwork, another one of our favorites, players must acquire and place shaped pieces to fill their personal boards. Each garden board will have its own set of challenges as you plant around spaces filled with pots or cat tokens lazing in the sun.

Pathogenesis is a card game for 1-4 players where you take the role of bacterial pathogens in the body. To win, you must draft cards to create the deadliest pathogen, with abilities based on real life. This game can be played solo, cooperatively, or competitively, so you'll always be able to play this scientific game any time you want to.

The Godfather: Corleone's Empire is an area control and worker placement game for 2-5 players, based on the classic movie series. You control a crime family and your goal is to exert your influence on the city, put powerful allies into your pocket, and have the most cold, hard cash by the end of the day. The miniatures in this game are so detailed that it just makes it all the harder when you see your dead characters face down in the river.

Finally back in print, 1960: The Making of the President is a two-player card-driven area control game by Jason Matthews and Christian Leonhard. You may know Matthews and Leonhard from other games like Sola Fide or Founding Fathers. If you're looking for a historically rooted strategy game about the presidential campaign between Kennedy and Nixon, this is the game for you!

After 10 years, Notre Dame is back! In this euro game, three to five players take the roles of influential families that control the boroughs surrounding the famous Notre Dame cathedral. Take care of the people who live in your borough and gain prestige by choosing which action cards to use and which characters you hire. This new version contains 10 mini-expansions to add new challenges to a classic game.

Modern Art is a 3-5 player bidding game by famous game designer Reiner Knizia . Throw your hat into the art world by buying and selling paintings, trying to turn a profit by the end of the day. Do you think you have an eye for art and the savvy to see which pieces will be popular? Try this game and find out!

If there's something I love more than logic and deduction games or the H.P. Lovecraft mythos, it's good wordplay. Enter Lovecraft Letter. As a variant of Love Letter by Seiji Kanai, this standalone set adds a few new twists to the game. Select cards will have special insanity powers that you can use instead of the regular power, but by doing so will run the risk of being removed from the round. There's a lot more to the game that meets the eye, but do dare you dig deeper into the unknown?

The Fox in the Forest is a two player trick taking game that will surprise you with its unconventional mechanics. Each player is dealt a hand of cards and tries to play a higher card of the suit their opponent led with or any card in the trump suit. Certain cards will have special effects that will change the course of the game, but the real trick is how winning too many tricks will actually lose you points. Striking a careful balance will be key if you want to walk away victorious.

The Networks is a card drafting game for 1-5 players where you're a budding television network trying to fill the screens of viewers with quality programming. To so so, you'll need to develop shows, hire actors, and generate revenue though advertisements. Your stars can be picky, and different ads will be better suited for different time slots, so make sure to schedule accordingly. The theme works incredibly well with the game play, and this is a lot of fun to play. For extra fun, try renaming your shows and describing the pilot episode to your friends as you play.

Deal or Duel is a 2-6 player card game about everyone's favorite Secretary of the Treasury turned subject of a hit musical. Play cards representing the founding fathers and mothers in your bid to earn the most money or die in a duel trying.

HMS Dolores is a quick prisoner's dilemma style card game where you and up to three others must divide the loot found aboard a sunken ship. Each round you will be presented with the option to take everything, take one of your choice, or split. You'll only score the treasures you have the most or least of, so make sure that the treasures you take are the ones you actually want.

Joking Hazard is an adult party game for 3-10 people by the folks behind the Cyanide and Happiness web cartoon. Apparently, making new comic strips day after day has taken its toll and it's us to you to add panels and make the comedy flow. The cards are open ended enough that they can be used in many different scenarios, and their meaning  can change depending on the context.

Go Nuts for Donuts! is a cute card collecting game for 2-6 players. Each round, a new batch of donuts are presented and each player secretly chooses the one they want. If any player chooses the same treat as another, neither get to take it. Each card has different points or bonuses, making them lucrative to different people. Despite being aimed primarily at kids, this game is compelling enough that even adults will want to play it.

The Offbits are colorful robot miniatures you can put together out of spare nuts and bolts. Each pack has a step-by-step guide to building your bot, but don't let that put you off from getting creative and making your figure something special! You can even combine several sets into bigger projects.

Carcassone: Under the Big Top is a new expansion for Carcassone that adds new ways to play your favorite tile-laying game. Stack meeples up in human pyramids for big points, or astound the villagers with a circus filled with animals. It's hard to imagine that this is the tenth expansion for Carcassone, but it's nice to see that Klaus-Jürgen Wrede still hasn't lost his touch.

The new Icons of the Realms: Tomb of Annihilation miniatures are the go-to product to fill out your Dungeons & Dragons campaign. Each box comes with 4 of the 44 possible figures that you can use for your heroes, non-player characters, or enemies in battle. While velociraptors, mantraps and Batiri goblins are great additions to campaigns on the jungle peninsula of Chult, these figures can be incorporated into any campaign you create.

Sun & Moon Burning Shadows is the newest expansion to the Pokémon Trading Card Game. This set has been headed by competitive players as a treasure trove of new and powerful cards like Guzma, Necrozma, and Darkrai. With 140 new cards to collect and trade, do you have what it takes to catch 'em all?

The Yu-Gi-Oh Link Strike Starter Deck is a new premade deck that features the new Link Summoning introduced in the latest rules update. These new Link monsters are plenty powerful, but you'll need to make sure you can create unbroken chains that follow the directional arrows on the cards to summon them, which can be quite the challenge.

Back in Stock: Concordia, Terraforming Mars, Acquire, Deception: Murder in Hong Kong

New Demos: Dice Forge, Fox in the Forest, Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game, Notre Dame, Go Nuts for Donuts!