The Key: Sabotage at Lucky Llama Land

The Key Sabotage at Lucky Llama Land

The Key feels a lot like a logic grid puzzle. As you work to gather your clues, you’ll feel that you’re getting closer and closer until you find the key piece of information that makes everything else snap into place. More complex than games like Outfoxed and Concluzio, this might be the next step if your family wants a more challenging deduction game.

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Jurassic Parts – Excavation Excitement!

Once I started placing chisels, I was sucked in. If I could just get one more chisel over there, I’d split off a big enough chunk and get the fossils I wanted! Maybe I could add just a single chisel to someone else’s line – a tiny investment for a big payoff. What’s underneath that face-down tile, anyway?

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Meduris: Mystical Magical Mountain

Meduris game

“Meduris isn’t complicated, but it definitely requires planning at a level I haven’t seen in HABA games before. It also punishes players for failing to plan correctly, another distinctly un-HABA like trait. Nonetheless, it’s still a great game with many layers of strategy that we’re still unlocking multiple plays in.”

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