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    The Lost Ruins of Arnak: The Lost Expedition is the long-awaited second expansion to the award-winning game The Lost Ruins of Arnak. Designed by Elwen and Min, it includes new components that add to the base title to multiply the strategic possibilities available to players.

    In The Lost Ruins of Arnak, each player controls an exploration team that must unravel the mysteries of the island. Combining the mechanics of worker placement and mall building, players will have to gather resources, face powerful beasts and advance in the investigation of a lost temple.

    This new expansion is meant to be used in two ways: by adding a bunch of components to the base game, which allows for solo or group matches of up to 4 players, or to play in the campaign mode, which includes six chapters to enjoy in alone or in pairs, cooperatively.

    Among the new components added by The Lost Expedition are 34 new cards (21 objects and 13 artifacts), 8 idols, 5 sites, 4 assistants, 3 guardians, 2 expedition leaders (to combine with the first expansion of the game or to get a taste of leader dynamics, if you’ve never played with this module) and two new alternate temples, which change the central board and the research dynamics that take place with the magnifying glass and notebook.

    The two new leaders are the journalist and the mechanic. Each one has a specific set of rules, which alter the game slightly: the journalist will receive more resources depending on the number of articles he publishes (and he will be able to overcome the magnifying glass with the notebook in the research track) and the mechanic will have an assistant special, the monkey Rusty, as well as special gear that will give you benefits when exploring the island.

    The main new feature of The Lost Expedition expansion are the two new available temples: the Temple of the Cataract and the Temple of the Tree, which are used during the campaign, but also add variability to the base game matches . The waterfall temple hides mysteries behind the curtains of water, from shortcuts to even a new archeological site. For its part, the temple of the tree will give the players the possibility to perform ancestral rituals using idols.

    Get ready to discover the new mysteries that await in Arnak! As seasoned explorers you will have to sharpen your wits to overcome new challenges, in never-before-seen combinations of cards and components. No two games will ever be the same again with this second expansion. Take your game to another level!

    Age: +12
    Players 1-4
    Duration: 60 minutes

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    Root: Secuaces Ribereños is an expansion for the board game Root with which you can add new allies to your games. Discover unique strategies and make the forest wilder.

    This expansion contains six new mercenaries:

    -Fluvial Flotilla and Nutria Divers
    -Prophetas del Sol Cálido and Enviados Lizarto
    -Bandidos de la carretera and Gangs of bandits

    Mercenaries can be added to matches with any number of players. With fewer players, mercenaries add new pieces to the map, increasing the tension and giving you more tactical options. With more players, some new special ability cards, allowing you to explore unique and powerful strategies.

    Since it’s an expansion, you’ll need to have a ROOT copy of the base game to enjoy it.



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    This game is in Spanish

    You have gathered with your friends at the hippodrome to have a great time: A whole day cheering, booing and betting on your favorite horses! Place your bets in real time while the dice move the horses along the track.

    Designed by John D. Clair (Space Base, Cubitos, Dead Reckoning, Mystic Vale) and illustrated by Kirk W. Buckendorf and Athena Cagle, A day at the races can be enjoyed as a couple or in groups of up to 9 players, from 10 years, in sessions of between 45 and 90 minutes.

    A day in the races is played in 4 rounds. In each round, players will bet on a horse as the race unfolds. At the end of each race, the players win or lose money with the bets they have made. In addition, players obtain special rewards and bet on unusual legacies. After 4 rounds, the player with the most money will be the winner!

    With very few rules and different game modes, Un día en las carreras is a very versatile title that adapts to any situation. In each game, one of the players can assume the role of Casa, who directs and broadcasts the race, or you can choose to use a free application that performs this function, automatically rolling the dice. With each roll, the horses will advance on the board until one of them crosses the goal. While the race progresses, the players will bet simultaneously, as fast or slow as they want; however, tokens cannot be placed in spaces already occupied and once placed a token can no longer be removed. There are all kinds of bets, from trying to guess the winning horse (which finishes in first place), to those who finish among the top two or three or even for those who finish last. Once the race is over, the bets are settled and the money is distributed.

    Emotion, sudden script changes and laughter are guaranteed in a game of Un día en las carreras. As it happens in racetracks, the outcome of a race is always uncertain. The horse that goes in the head can be overtaken at any time. Will you bet immediately to ensure the best odds? Or will you wait to see how the race develops and bet in the last seconds? The choice is yours in this real-time horse racing betting game.



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