"War is merely the continuation of policy by other means." —Carl von Clausewitz, On War, published 1832
Your goal in The March of Progress is to control countries through the playing of action cards so that you generate victory points (VPs) during scoring. Whoever has the most VPs at the end of the game wins.
Petris is a game about bacterial control for 2-3 players, 10 + years old and about 10 minutes of playing time.
Each player embodies a scientist who should control the propagation of the bacteria under their supervision. Those bacteria are hungry and they are always looking for food in the adjacent Petri dishes. Watch out! The bacteria that remain alone in a Petri dish will eat a lot and they will reproduce… making it more complicated to control them!
During the game you must manage the propagation of your bacteria, for them to reproduce less, thus not to risk the culture in the Petri dishes. At each phase of contamination, you will get contamination points for each Petri dish where you have more bacteria than your opponent. At the end of the game, the player with fewer contamination points will be the winner!
Rocódromo is a climbing game for 2-4 players, 7+ years old and about 10 minutes of playing time.
Rocódromo is a game in which we compete to be the first to reach the top of a climbing wall. As if it was a race, we combine colour sticks of different lengths which simulate the routes of the wall that was built at the beginning of the game. Who will be the first to conquer the climbing wall?
Rocódromo has two game modes: Basic and Advanced. The differences between them are the difficulty and the levels of the wall that we set to climb:
In Basic mode, the wall to be climbed will have three levels. In Advanced mode, the wall can have more levels, a different shape or it can include some special settings.
If it’s the first time you play, we recommend the Basic mode; once you know the mechanics, we encourage you to follow the rules to set up the game in Advanced mode.