Munchkin is a card game that was created by Steve Jackson as a humorous take on role-playing games. Due to its popularity, there are many expansion packs.
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Catan, or Settlers of Catan, is a German board game that was first published in 1995. Players are settlers who are trying to grow their settlements to win.
Ticket to Ride is a railway-themed board game created by Days of Wonder. 2 - 5 players build railways across countries to gain the most points and win the game.
Parade is a card game for 2 - 6 players where players try to end up with the least amount of cards at the end of the game by placing the cards in the "parade"
Created by Z-man games in 2007, Pandemic is a collaborative board game where players try to cure 4 viral outbreaks before the viruses take over.
Pandemic: Contagion is a sequel to the Pandemic game by Z-man Games. In this game, players take on the role of a virus and tries to spread the most.
Tock is a board game that is though to originate in Quebec, Canada. It is similar to Ludo and Sorry, except players use cards to move around the board not dice.