by Date: May 29, 2020
Release Date: June 2020
As ambitious journalists, players go in search of Evidence to prove the existence of some of the world’s greatest mysteries. In order to convince the editor-in-chief and make it to the front page with that story, they‘ll have to keep searching and following even the smallest rumors until the signs get hot. But time is of the essence because their competitors have also become aware of the story...
At the beginning of the game, one clue card is hidden beneath each of the mysteries, becoming the evidence card. The remaining clue cards are distributed among the players.
In clockwise order, players play clue cards with values on them, enabling everyone to deduce the value of the evidence card for each of six mysteries. They may also take research cards corresponding to the mysteries.
After all clue cards have been played, each research cards grants as many points as the evidence card of the respective mystery.
20 minute play time
Order by Date: June 26, 2020
Release Date: July 2020
It‘s a beautiful spring day — the perfect weather for a walk in the forest! The leaves on the trees rustle in a gentle breeze, and the sunlight shines through the branches. Lost in thoughts, the players turn once here and then again there... Suddenly they hear something behind them in the bushes. They step closer and discover...a goose?! And it‘s talking to a goblin? Something is not right with this forest! It might be best to head home quickly. But which is the shortest way back?
On a turn, a player flips over an unoccupied forest tile that matches the light/dark status of the clearing tile.
If the revealed side of the tile has one of the eight fairy tale characters on it, the player must move their player piece one space toward the side of the grid where this character is located — but only if a path connects the tile they currently occupy and the tile to which they must move. If no path exists, they don‘t move.
Starting with the second round, the clearing tile will flip from light to dark and back again, challenging players to remember which characters are on which tiles so that they can move in the direction that helps them best.
10-15 minute play time
- 35 cards
- 4 wooden meeples
- 5 lucky clover coins
- 2 rule sheets
Order by Date: June 27, 2020
Release Date: July 2020
In the world of Treelings, construction is well and truly underway in preparation for the annual firefly festival! Beautiful, glowing swarms of fireflies may be released only from the highest towering platforms in the city during the upcoming summer solstice. Six different guilds reside in the city, and they will do everything possible to build their own tree as high as possible in each district.
On a turn, a player takes all the cards of one color from the market or one card of each color that appears only once in the market; they then add these cards to their collection. Afterwards they refill the market.
At the end of the game, the players look at each column of cards in their collection and compare the number of cards in it to the number of cards in the columns to the left and right. For the columns on the outer edge, they compare their height to the height of their neighbor‘s closest column.
For each column, if it‘s at least as tall as each column adjacent to it, they score points equal to the number of cards in that column.
10-20 minute play time
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