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  1. Chad Rathsack

    Whistle Mountain

    4-player game of Whistle Mountain from Bezier Games, played on Tabletopia. GM: Chad Rathsack Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Use your airships to gather resources, dock at stations, activate machines and prepare the scaffolding within the growing contraption working to utilize the wealth of the mountain. But watch out as the snow melts and water rises that your workers building the scaffolding and machines don't fall into the whirlpool! Each player's company power and upgrades purchased throughout the game will make your strategy unique every game! Game room info wi
  2. Kevin Hoover

    Aqualin

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    2-player game of Aqualin from Thames & Kosmos played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Kevin Hoover Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/295948/aqualin Each turn in Aqualin, the active player selects one of six stones and places it on an empty field. One player is trying to make groups of the same color, while the other is forming groups of identical sea creatures, with players having the ability to move a stone before placing a new one to form new swarms. The larger the group, the more points it's worth, and whoever scores the most p
  3. Kevin Hoover

    Rome: City of Mable

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    2-4 player game of Rome: City of Marble from R&R Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Kevin Hoover Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/179385/rome-city-marble Rome: City of Marble is a Euro-style tile-laying game set in Ancient Rome during the reign of Augustus Caesar in which players are powerful Patrician families competing to secure the prestigious title of Architect of Rome. As leading citizens in this great city, they influence and direct the construction of an ever-expanding metropolis through shrewd development
  4. David Lefton

    Saboteur

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    Part of Epic DEMICON 2-12 player game of Saboteur on BoardGameArena.com with Discord Audio/chat. Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome A computer is preferred, but can be played on combo of cell phone for video/audio and Tablet, SmartTV, or other device with a web browser for gaming. Game Rooms will be on BoardGameArena.com. If you have never used the interface it can be explained during the event, but please create an account ahead of time (free) and send a friend request to lefton4ya Audio/chat on Discord. Please create a Discord account and download the app if you
  5. Holly Novicelli (1046)

    Hedgehog Hop

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    2-3 player game of Hedgehog Hop from Fight in a Box played on the new Sovranti App. Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/286247/hedgehog-hop In the Hedgehog Hop, rival hedgehog dance crews vie for supremacy in the Grand Finale. Despite their enthusiasm, hedgehogs are clumsy dancers and spend a lot of time bumping into one another. Help them get their act together and make friends. As players groove, slide and hop their crew into the dance mob, they'll also collect backup dancers and set up their lea
  6. Kevin Hoover

    Rome: City of Mable

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    2-4 player game of Rome: City of Marble from R&R Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Kevin Hoover Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/179385/rome-city-marble Rome: City of Marble is a Euro-style tile-laying game set in Ancient Rome during the reign of Augustus Caesar in which players are powerful Patrician families competing to secure the prestigious title of Architect of Rome. As leading citizens in this great city, they influence and direct the construction of an ever-expanding metropolis through shrewd development
  7. Kevin Hoover

    Aqualin

    until
    2-player game of Aqualin from Thames & Kosmos played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Kevin Hoover Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/295948/aqualin Each turn in Aqualin, the active player selects one of six stones and places it on an empty field. One player is trying to make groups of the same color, while the other is forming groups of identical sea creatures, with players having the ability to move a stone before placing a new one to form new swarms. The larger the group, the more points it's worth, and whoever scores the most p
  8. Chad Rathsack

    Aqualin

    until
    2-player game of Aqualin from Thames & Kosmos played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Chad Rathsack Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/295948/aqualin Each turn in Aqualin, the active player selects one of six stones and places it on an empty field. One player is trying to make groups of the same color, while the other is forming groups of identical sea creatures, with players having the ability to move a stone before placing a new one to form new swarms. The larger the group, the more points it's worth, and whoever scores the most p
  9. Chris Cantos

    Planet Unknown

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    6-player game of Planet Unknown from Adam's Apple Games, played on Sovranti. Envoy Herald: Chris Cantos Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Our planet has run out of resources, and we are forced to move. We have discovered a series of planets and sent our rovers to test their environment with the hope of colonization. Our rovers have confirmed 1-6 viable colonization options. Planet Unknown is a competitive game for 1-6 players where players build and develop the best planet to win! Each player has a goal of developing the best planet in Planet Unknown. Each round, each
  10. Redbeard

    Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber

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    2-4 player game of Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber from Sovranti, played on Sovranti. GM: Pat Rurek Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Prepare yourself for mysteries and maze building! Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber is a quick, asymmetric, tile placement, hidden roles game. Each Character wins differently. The Mouse is trying to get the Cheese, the Cat the Mouse, the Cheese wants everyone to get along (They're neutral. They're Swiss), the Cucumber is evil and wants to trap all the characters together. Though all players have equal control of the Clockwork Maze, they're secret age
  11. Redbeard

    Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber

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    2-4 player game of Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber from Sovranti, played on Sovranti. GM: Pat Rurek Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Prepare yourself for mysteries and maze building! Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber is a quick, asymmetric, tile placement, hidden roles game. Each Character wins differently. The Mouse is trying to get the Cheese, the Cat the Mouse, the Cheese wants everyone to get along (They're neutral. They're Swiss), the Cucumber is evil and wants to trap all the characters together. Though all players have equal control of the Clockwork Maze, they're secret age
  12. Redbeard

    Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber

    until
    2-4 player game of Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber from Sovranti, played on Sovranti. GM: Pat Rurek Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Prepare yourself for mysteries and maze building! Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber is a quick, asymmetric, tile placement, hidden roles game. Each Character wins differently. The Mouse is trying to get the Cheese, the Cat the Mouse, the Cheese wants everyone to get along (They're neutral. They're Swiss), the Cucumber is evil and wants to trap all the characters together. Though all players have equal control of the Clockwork Maze, they're secret age
  13. Redbeard

    Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber

    until
    2-4 player game of Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber from Sovranti, played on Sovranti. GM: Pat Rurek Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Prepare yourself for mysteries and maze building! Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber is a quick, asymmetric, tile placement, hidden roles game. Each Character wins differently. The Mouse is trying to get the Cheese, the Cat the Mouse, the Cheese wants everyone to get along (They're neutral. They're Swiss), the Cucumber is evil and wants to trap all the characters together. Though all players have equal control of the Clockwork Maze, they're secret age
  14. Redbeard

    Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber

    until
    2-4 player game of Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber from Sovranti, played on Sovranti. GM: Pat Rurek Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Prepare yourself for mysteries and maze building! Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber is a quick, asymmetric, tile placement, hidden roles game. Each Character wins differently. The Mouse is trying to get the Cheese, the Cat the Mouse, the Cheese wants everyone to get along (They're neutral. They're Swiss), the Cucumber is evil and wants to trap all the characters together. Though all players have equal control of the Clockwork Maze, they're secret age
  15. Redbeard

    Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber

    until
    2-4 player game of Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber from Sovranti, played on Sovranti. GM: Pat Rurek Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Prepare yourself for mysteries and maze building! Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber is a quick, asymmetric, tile placement, hidden roles game. Each Character wins differently. The Mouse is trying to get the Cheese, the Cat the Mouse, the Cheese wants everyone to get along (They're neutral. They're Swiss), the Cucumber is evil and wants to trap all the characters together. Though all players have equal control of the Clockwork Maze, they're secret age
  16. Chad Rathsack

    Aqualin

    until
    2-player game of Aqualin from Thames & Kosmos played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Chad Rathsack Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/295948/aqualin Each turn in Aqualin, the active player selects one of six stones and places it on an empty field. One player is trying to make groups of the same color, while the other is forming groups of identical sea creatures, with players having the ability to move a stone before placing a new one to form new swarms. The larger the group, the more points it's worth, and whoever scores the most p
  17. Chad Rathsack

    Whistle Mountain

    4-player game of Whistle Mountain from Bezier Games, played on Tabletopia. GM: Chad Rathsack Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Use your airships to gather resources, dock at stations, activate machines and prepare the scaffolding within the growing contraption working to utilize the wealth of the mountain. But watch out as the snow melts and water rises that your workers building the scaffolding and machines don't fall into the whirlpool! Each player's company power and upgrades purchased throughout the game will make your strategy unique every game! I will send the t
  18. Holly Novicelli (1046)

    Grackles

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    2-4 player game of Grackles from fireside Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/248226/grackles Grackles are noisy, iridescent birds that love to gather on telephone wires at sunset throughout the southwestern United States. In the lightly-themed abstract strategy game Grackles, you line up your birds on the telephone wire to score as many points as possible. Each turn, players choose between drawing and placing a tile, connecting two spots on the telephone wire with their bird
  19. Holly Novicelli (1046)

    Aqualin

    until
    2-player game of Aqualin from Thames & Kosmos played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/295948/aqualin Each turn in Aqualin, the active player selects one of six stones and places it on an empty field. One player is trying to make groups of the same color, while the other is forming groups of identical sea creatures, with players having the ability to move a stone before placing a new one to form new swarms. The larger the group, the more points it's worth, and whoever scores the mos
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