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Knock, knock…knock to win! Collect, swap, discard cards to create matching rows and columns. Knock at the right time to secure the cards you want, and sometimes you will have to help your opponents out! The lowest score after three rounds is the winner.

Allegra is based on the popular card game, Golf.

What’s in the box?

  • 120 cards
  • 6 wooden discs

Ancient Knowledge

You are the world’s most ancient builders and heirs to an exceptional knowledge, it’s up to you to preserve great civilisations. Optimise your cards to build amazing monuments as you step through precious moments of time. Acquire the knowledge of monuments before it is lost to time and gain victory points to prove yourself worthy of your famous ancestors!

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Animals of Baker Street

An animal lead investigation! Play as four clever animals of the famous Baker Street as they encounter mysterious situations in this thrilling detective game. Uncover information, collect objects and weave them together to crack the case.

What’s in the box?

  • 4 Character Cards
  • 267 Case Cards in 10 Decks
  • 1 Clock Card
  • 2 Player Aid Cards
  • 16 Time tokens
  • 7 Padlock tokens
  • 4 Investigators and their Wooden Stands
  • 1 Case Book
  • 1 Double-Sided Board

How to play:

Choose an available location (without a padlock) on the board to move to and to try to solve the case. You can revisit a location you have already visited, and you will certainly need to do so to solve some cases. Remove 1 Time token from the Clock card and place it on the location you want to visit. Move the Investigators figurine to the chosen location and take the corresponding Location card, if you haven’t done so yet, flip it over and read the text out loud. Now decide if you want to use Character, Item, or Information cards at that location. To use one of the Character cards, flip it over. If you must discard a card, put it back in the box, you will not use it for the rest of the game. If you draw a new Location card with the same name as a location you already have a card for, discard the old card. When you finish using cards at a location:

  • If there are still Time tokens on the Clock card, go back to Step 1 on the last page.
  • If there are no more Time tokens on the Clock card, remove the Investigators figurine from the board, then read the Event card placed near the Clock card.

Solve the case to win the game!


There are many different cases to solve in this game, can you solve them all?

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Break the Code

Oh my code! Your goal is to guess the numbers and colours of the cipher tiles. Ask the best questions and be the first player to decipher the code to win!

Will you break the code before your opponents?

What’s in the box?

  • 20 number tiles
  • 21 question cards
  • Four game screens
  • Memo pad

How to play:

In a two-player game, on your turn, you may perform one of the following two actions:

Ask a question: choose one of the six face up question cards to ask your opponent. Your opponent must answer truthfully. Once you have asked the question, remove it from the game.

Guess your opponent’s tiles: when you believe you know all of your opponent’s tiles, you may choose to guess your opponent’s tiles instead of asking a question. State the number and colour of your opponent’s tiles from left to right.

Your opponent answers either “correct” if you were right, or “wrong” if you were not. If your opponent guessed your tiles and only some were correct, do not tell them which were correct, as they can guess again on their next turn.

Should the first player correctly guess the other player’s number yiles, the second player has one chance to guess the first player’s number tiles. If the second player correctly guesses the first player’s number tiles, the game ends in a tie.


In a 3-4 player game, you are trying to guess hidden number tiles in the middle of the table!

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Break the Cube

What the cube!?

Use your memory and deduction skills in this tense race against your opponents to recreate the shape of their hidden blocks! In this sequel of sorts to Break the Code, you will need an eye for detail and clever deduction skill to win.

Ask clever questions, deduce the shape and win.

What’s in the box?

  • Four screens
  • 24 wooden blocks
  • Eight foundation tiles
  • One pad of note sheets
  • One rulebook

How to play

Each plyer takes a screen and a foundation tile, two blocks of the same colour of each size and creates a shape with the blocks on the tile.

The game plays in a series of turns. The game ends when someone correctly guesses the shape of the player to their left.

On your turn, ask one of three questions A ,B or C to the player on your left. The questions are as follows

  1. What do you see at (number)? Your opponent must answer honestly with the colour that is visible at the coordinate
  2. What do you see at (letter)? ALL PLAYERS must answer with any colours visible from this letter from bottom level (1) to top level (3). – Be careful with this question, ask it to receive information, without revealing your own shape.
  3. Does the shape I’ve built perfectly match your secret shape? Your opponent must answer yes or no, nothing else. This question can be used to end the game.

Any players who successfully recreated their opponents shape, win the game.


Break the Cube has further modes of play to vary the game each time you play.


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Bunny Kingdom

Play as Rabbit Lords conquering a new world on behalf of the Bunny King.

Take control of vast Territories across the New World, build Cities, and farm Resources to make your Fiefs prosper and harvest precious Golden Carrots. Don’t forget to satisfy the King by accomplishing missions on behalf of his Majesty. Each choice can bring you closer to victory, but only one of you will be named “Big Ears” by the Bunny King…

Will you be worthy?

What’s in the box?

  • New world board
  • 144 rabbit figurines
  • 39 city figurines
  • 24 building tokens
  • 182 exploration cards
  • Four player aid cards

How to play:

Exploration phase

  • Draft cards: look at the cards in your hand and choose 2 that you will play. Put them face-down in front of you. Place the rest of your cards face-down in front of your neighbour.
  • Play cards: play the 2 cards you chose in the first step.

Construction phase: during this phase, you can place your buildings on the New World board. Buildings increase the Strength, Wealth, or size of your Fiefs.

Harvest phase: harvest all Golden Carrots from your Fiefs (A Fief is a Territory or group of connected Territories that you control. Territories are connected on their sides). During each Harvest Phase, every one of your Fiefs gives you: Golden Carrot from a Fief = Strength x Wealth.

At the end of the game, it’s time to reveal your Parchments! One at a time, each player reveals their cards and checks to see if they have fulfilled the requirements of their missions. The player with the most Golden Carrots wins the game and the honorific title of “Big Ears” until the next game!

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Bunny Kingdom in the Sky

This expansion offers a new game board to the world of Bunny Kingdom that allows you to link fiefs in the sky with those on land!

It also includes new cards, new resources, a set of playing pieces, allowing five bunnies to play and a larger type of building that increases your influence by a factor of 5!

What’s in the box?

  • Great cloud board
  • 86 rabbit figurines
  • Seven city figurines
  • 20 building tokens
  • 30 coin tokens
  • 50 exploration cards

A copy of Bunny Kingdom is required to play.

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Bunny Kingdom: Bunny Express Expansion

The bunny train is entering the kingdom! Hop aboard the Bunny Express and conquer the west! In this micro-expansion to the popular Bunny Kingdom, construct the railroad along your cities and fiefs to harvest the riches of the new world, and gain even more golden carrots. Bound into another adventure!

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Carla Caramel

Ice cream fun at the fairgrounds. It’s a hot day and kids are lined up at Carla’s Ice Cream stand, it’s your job to get ice cream into the kids hands before the sun melts the delicious goodness. Roll the die to add flavours, move the sun or hand an ice cream to a kid. Once everyone has an ice cream, you win!

What’s in the box?

  • 1 Ice Cream Stand in two pieces
  • 5 Kid cards
  • 6 Ice Cream Cones
  • 24 Ice Cream Scoop tokens
  • 1 Sun token
  • 1 Coin
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Cheese Master

The kitchen is quiet… Too quiet…Suddenly bits of cheese fall off the table and the hubbub begins! The mice, cats and dogs’ squabble with each other until the innkeeper chimes in to quieten them. After all the chaos, can you remember how much cheese there was to start with?

What’s in the box?

  • 40 Kitchen cards
  • 6 dice
  • 7 wooden cheese pawns
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Cosmic Race

Intergalactic pilots, it’s your time to shine! Line up to participate in the super space race. But, pay attention to other spaceships, asteroids and other obstacles that can slow you down. Cross the finish line and collect the most stars to win!

3…2…1..lift off!

What’s in the box?

  • Four control panels
  • Four player spaceships
  • Five obstacle spaceships
  • Nine steering tiles
  • Seven track tiles + one fuel station tile
  • 20 star tokens
  • Four trophies
  • Six bonus tokens
  • One LOKI figure

How to play:

The goal of the game is to gain as many points as possible by winning a trophy and gaining stars along the race track.

On your turn you can:

Decide to reveal a tile, and apply its effect, then leave it face up and make a new decision. OR decide to stop, flip the tiles face down. You can reveal as many steering tokens as you like.

Your turn ends if you bump into an obstacle or if it moves off the race track. You would then lose one of your star tokens. These tokens can now be taken by a player on a future turn.

Obstacles are other space ships, and asteroids that are drawn on the race track.

Star tokens give you points that help you win the race, they are worth 1,2,3 or 5 points. When you reach the fuel station, all players can select a bonus token to help you along the race track.

The game ends when all players have crossed the finish line. Players then add up their points from the star tokens they collected.


Cosmic Race is part of the LOKI range designed especially for kids! This game can also be played solo!

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Detective Charlie

Detective Charlie needs your help! Strange things are happening in the city and mysteries must be investigated! Go and meet the inhabitants: everyone knows a detail that can help you solve the case. Cooperate and examine the clues, but be quick – you don’t have much time!

What’s in the box?

  • 6 investigation decks
  • 6 guilty envelopes
  • 1 detective book
  • 1 pocket watch
  • 1 Detective Charlie standee
  • 1 die

How to play:

Each player takes turns moving Detective Charlie with the die and interrogating witnesses. The game is played over several rounds until only one suspect is left in the police station.

Players take turns rolling the die and doing what it says. As a team, you may then decide to clear one or more suspects. Then put the witness card back, face down. End your turn by giving the die to the player on your left.

When only one suspect is left in the police station, they are named the culprit and the game ends.

Did you find the right culprit? To find out, open the culprit envelope with the same number as your current case and read the culprit card together! If you were correct, well done! If you were mistaken, no worries, you will do better next time!


Detective Charlie is part of the LOKI range, created by IELLO. This range of games is aimed specifically at children.

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Venture down mine shafts by turning up cards from a deck to collect treasure.

Before the next card is turned up, you have the chance to leave the mine and stash your finds, including any gems you get on the way out! How far will you push your luck?

What’s in the box?

  • 35 expedition cards
  • 16 decision cards
  • 100 precious stones
  • Eight explorer figurines
  • Eight chests
  • Five barricade tiles
  • One game board

How to play:

When you advance into the cave you reveal the next expedition card. There are three types:

  • Treasure card: take as many precious stones from the reserve as there are rubies on the card.
  • Trap card: if the same trap is revealed a second time, all players in the cave immediately return to camp emptyhanded.
  • Relic card: go directly to the “Players’ Decision” Phase.

Player’s Decision: before a new expedition card is revealed, each player still in the cave must decide to continue the expedition and delve deeper into the cave, or to return to camp to put their precious stones safely in their chest.

If you return to camp, gather all rubies that were left on Treasure Cards. If multiple players are leaving at the same time, no one takes the relic cards. However, if only one player leaves, they take all relics in the cave.

The game ends when the last barricade tile is placed on the fifth cave entrance. Count your rubies – the player with the highest score is declared the winner.

Diamant: Caution and Betrayal Expansion

There is no such thing as friends in a diamond cave! This micro-expansion for Diamant is full of surprises, containing eight warning tiles and eight betrayal cards to add two new mechanics to the game.

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Distant Suns

Humanity has discovered faster than light travel, signalling a new era, and we need space explorers! Take flight and map the galaxy!

Encounter aliens, upgrade your ship, discover treasure, and explore black holes in the cosmos. Gain the most victory points to become the most famous explorer in the galaxy!

What’s in the box?

  • One mission control board
  • 10 exploration tiles
  • 10 mission tiles
  • Five module tiles
  • One pad of cosmos sheets
  • Four pencils
  • 11 Exploration templates

How to play:

Try to get as many victory points as you can over three rounds. On your turn, choose the shape you want to draw on your sheet from the Exploration Zones available and also the shape your opponents much also draw.

The game plays over three rounds, each round consisting of four or five turns depending on player choices. Each turn has two phases:

    Choose which shpaes from the Exploration Zones you and all opponents must draw. Take the top module from the pile and slide it into any two adjacent nnotches on the side of the board. Note: if there is nowhere to place the module, this signals the end of the round.
  2. DRAW
    Outline hexagons on your Cosmos sheet in the shape on the Exploration Zone assigned to you during the previous phase. Shape rules: Shape must cover at least one space that is adjacent to any previously-drawn shape on your cosmos sheet. You must draw the entire shape. Shape can cover alien, and upgrade spaces but never the starting key, treasure and outer world spaces. If you cannot follow these rules, you are not able to draw a space this turn.

Once everyone has drawn, then it is time to start the next players turn.

After the third round, score to determine the winner. Each mission tile determines where on your grid you must try to draw the shapes on the Exploration zones in order to gain victory points. For each mission tile, write the number of victory points you gain based on your fulfilled requirements.

The most points at the ends wins!


Distant Suns has a different challenge for every game!