Cortex 3 is another member of the Cortex family of popular games. Cortex games practice logical thinking, memory, perception, but also the ability to solve tasks under time pressure. While Cortex 3 has special tactile cards in the first Cortexes, Do you know how to smell strawberries?
Cortex Challenge 2 tests up to six players’ memory, cognition, and sensory perception. It even includes texture cards that are used during "touch challenges" in which players must guess what they are feeling, adding a unique element that is often neglected in games.
2–4 PlayersPlaying Time: 20–30 MinAge: 8+
1–2 PlayersPlaying Time: 10 MinAge: 6+
The Onitama: Sensei's Path expansion consists of sixteen new movement cards that can be shuffled together with those of the Onitama base game in order to have more variety during play.
Onitama is a two-player, perfect information abstract game with a random starting set-up. On a 5x5 board, both players start with five pawns on their side, with the main pawn in the middle. Moving onto one of the opponent's pawns removes that pawn from the game. Taking the opponent's main pawn, or moving your main pawn into your opponent's main pawn's...
Wake up, Cthulhu! is a card game for 2-4 players in which you have to become the player with the most Arcane Knowledge points in possession on the board when Scion of the Netherworld awakes.
Cortex Challenge MLV