Games 

Biblios

Take on the role of a medieval monk trying to amass supplies to build a great scriptorium of sacred and profane books. Biblios is Dr. Finn's most popular game, having now sold over 20,000 copies, that involves an interesting mix of mechanics including card drafting, auction, set collection, and changing victory point conditions.  The game is for 2-4 players, ages 10 and up, and it lasts about 20 minutes. Published by Iello.

Biblios Dice

The dice version of Dr. Finn's most popular game, Biblios. Have fun drafting dice as you collect resources necessary to build your scriptorium. Unlike most dice versions of games, Biblios Dice is not a simpler version of its older brother, Biblios. Instead, it is a little heavier and more involved. Yet, it is still a relatively quick dice drafting and auction game. It is for 2-5 players, ages 12 an up, and it plays in about 40 minutes.

The Butterfly Garden

Collect beautiful and rare butterflies and deliver them to the local butterfly garden to earn the respect of fellow lepidopterists. The Butterfly Garden is Dr. Finn's Games "lightest" and most compact game.  The game features beautiful butterfly artwork and simple, yet interesting, mechanics. It's for 2-6 players, ages 8 and up, and it lasts from 15-40 minutes, depending on the number of players.

Capo dei Capi

Compete for control against another mob leader in New York City during the prohibition. Do you have what it takes to be boss of the bosses?  Capo dei Capi is a 2-player press-your-luck, area control game in which players roll dice in order to influence and bribe their way to being in control of NYC mobs.  The game can be played in 20 minutes and it is for ages 12 and up.?

C.O.G.  (Kickstarting Oct 19)

London 1875 The Cabinet of Gadgetry (C.O.G.) appeals for resources to continue its important work in constructing The Great Apparatus. C.O.G. is a 2-4 player game that combines a traditional crossword game with a worker placement, point salad, euro game with a steampunk theme.  Unlike other crossword games, this game does not require knowledge of words. 

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Cosmic Run

Race through space in this dicerolling romp of a game.  Reach planets before they are destroyed to set up colonies and to start humanity anew.  Players roll dice to move their spaceships up planet tracks, recruit aliens to help them, and advance their technology level.  Different paths to victory make this push-your-luck game interesting. It is for 2-4 players, ages 10 and up, and it lasts 30 minutes.

Foragers

Fish, hunt, and gather fruit to bring back to your tribe. Will you be able to forage the most resources to earn the title of tribal leader? In this tile-laying game, players pick up various food items and try to deliver them before they spoil. Players must therefore compete not only against each other, but against nature in this game for 2-4 players, ages 12 and up. The games lasts about 45-60 minutes

Herbaceous (coming soon)

Everyone has a green thumb when playing Herbaceous. Relax while enjoying this elegant game of picking and potting herbs. In this 2-4 player set collection game, players push their luck while they watch the herb gardens grow. The trick is to pull the plants from the garden at the right time. If you wait too long, however, your friends might just grab them first.  Published by Pencil First Games.  

The Institute for Magical Arts

The school master has mysteriously vanished and two wizards compete to take his place as the leader of the Institute. In this 2-player dice and card game, players compete for both magical items and powerful colleagues to help them gain control of the institute. A wide variety of card powers makes this game's re-playability level quite high.  It is for ages 12 and up and it lasts about 40 minutes.

Let Them Eat Shrimp

Swim, spawn, and avoid sharks in this fun tile-laying family game for 2-5 players. Simple rules, yet complex strategy, makes it appealing to all. This is a tile-laying game with both a basic and advanced level of play. Players place various shaped "fish" tiles on the board to spawn and collect more fish tiles in an effort to spawn a variety of fish. It is for ages 8 and up. It lasts about 30-40 minutes.

Slush Fund 2

It is 21st century America--a place where money talks and politicians listen. As a member of the 1%, you use your fortune to influence law makers. In this 2-player revision of an earlier Dr. Finn's game, Slush Fund, players use money and power cards to influence politicians. The game is an area control game at its heart with lots of twists and turns.  It lasts about 15-20 minutes.