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You have entered the Sonoran Desert. A place of vast beauty: technicolor sunsets
pop-out over vistas revealing deep canyons, trickling tributaries, and ancient pueblo cliff dwellings. Immerse yourself in the secrets of the desert in this delectably fun “flick and write” where cunning and dexterity meet.
In Sonora, players flick wooden disks onto a game board representative of the different vibrant landscapes across the Sonoran sands. Each area encompasses a different unique game, so skillful aim is required to play in the region of a player’s choosing! But watch out for other players eager to bump discs to score points for themselves!
Roxley Iron Clays - 200 Chip Baron's Collection
A new expanded set of Iron Clays. This set of 200 chips is designed to suit heavy games, all euro style games, many 18XX games, and Poker (up to 5 players per set).
Iron Clays 200 are delivered in a sturdy, foil stamped, embossed magnetically sealed box. Within the box, the clays are stored in stackable plastic trays, allowing them to reside on your game table accessible to you and your opponents.
Ticket to Ride: London
Welcome to the ’70s world capital of fashion and music. Jump aboard a famous double-decker bus to rumble through London’s historic streets, breeze past Buckingham Palace, pop into the British Museum or listen to Big Ben’s chime echo across the Thames…
In this fast-paced Ticket to Ride game, players race one another to claim the most important bus lines and complete their Destination Tickets, connecting Districts in the capital of the United Kingdom. The elegantly simple gameplay of this stand-alone version of Ticket to Ride is ideal for both beginners and seasoned players.
The Space Race was a lie.
Look, it's not that the moon landing was faked. It happened. Neil hates the conspiracy theories. The lie is that we ever wanted to go to the moon. We needed a spectacle to show the people. To justify the massive budgets. The agencies.
Neil stepped on a rock 239,000 miles from Earth. Big deal. I stepped on an Exoplanet circling Ursae Majoris 18 months earlier. It's a one-way trip - so there ain't any going home. No ticker tape parade for me, but that's ok. I'm here for my country.
See, the Russians beat us here by a few months. Japanese showed up a few weeks after us. We'll colonize this planet for America. Because there isn't a choice....