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221B Baker Street (Jay Moriarty)

The classic deduction game in which players explore London to find clues and solve a mystery for Sherlock Holmes. With 75 cases in the box, there's plenty of exercise for your little grey cells (as another literary detective would say): £18.00
 

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221B Baker Street Expansion Pack

A further tranche of cases for the detectives to take up in Holmes's London: £12.00.
 

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1001 Karawane (Roman Mathar)

Players explore and trade around the desert, aiming to be the first to collect three artefacts. Interesting stuff: £15.00.
 

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Agra (Michael Keller)

Definitely a monster (it weighs 3 Kgs!), this a fascinating business game set in India during the Mughal Empire. Players trade goods and develop industry to meet contracts and make the most money. It's deep and fascinating: £50.00
 

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Altiplano (Reiner Stockhausen)

The game that introduced me to 'bag-building', it's an entertaining struggle to gather and use the resources you need (alpaca, anyone?) in the high valleys of the Andes: £40.00.
 

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Alubari (Tony Boydell)

The Himalyan foothills are a great place for tea plantations. Now, how to get your tea to market? How about a railway line? A development of Snowdonia, this is another terrific game from Mr Boydell: £38.00.
 

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American Rails (Tim Harrison)

A clever mix of stock market and railroad building – and it's not an 18xx game – makes this an intriguing game. Can you get the most out of a company before others jump on the bandwagon and buy up the shares? £25.00
 

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Amul (Remo Conzadori and Stefano Negro)

This is a neat set-collecting card game themed around the markets of the eponymous medieval Persian city. The clever mechanisms make it a challenge to get the best out of your cards and I'm particularly taken with the way new cards appear as the player count goes up: £25.00.
 

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Athens (Minwoo Hyun and Sungwoo Hyun)

This is a highly decorated and intricate game of developing the Ancient Greek capital. And it gives players an awful lot to think about: £24.00.
 

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Bamboleo (Jacques Zeimet)

This is one of my favourite dexterity games as it's so simple and so much fun! Just remove one of the odd wooden shapes from the carefully balanced board... Oops! Great fun: £50.00.
 

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Billabong (Eric Solomon)

New edition of a classic game that I had great fun with, back in the day. The aim is to be first to get your team of kangaroos to complete a circuit of the board and into the eponymous lake: £22.00.
 

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Bios: Genesis (2nd ed) (Phil Eklund)

The first in the sequence of Bios games starts with the building blocks of life. It ends with the first creatures, ready to evolve into everything else. It is explicitly a "brutal" game as players create micro-organisms that try to survive and grow in a hostile environment: £34.00.
 

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Bios: Megafauna (2nd ed) (Andrew Doull, Phil Eklund, Jon Mankar)

The second Bios game starts as life crawls/slithers/hops out of the sea and onto land. The environment is still hostile, though, and players' creatures must evolve, expand and adapt as the climate and geography change. Hugely challenging, great fun and educational, too: £60.00.
 

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Bios: Origins (2nd ed) (Phil Eklund, Jon Manker)

The third Bios game reaches the pinnacle of evolution: us! Starting as sub-species of early humans, players develop to create Homo Sapiens and meet the challenges as we become Human: £60.00.
 

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Black Box+ (Eric Solomon)

The classic two-player game of deduction. One player tries to work out the puzzle their opponent has set in the eponymous box. This edition includes the original Black Box and the even more taxing Black Box+. Brain-melting: £20.00
 

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Blame Space (Richard Galland)

The spaceship's been sabotaged, the computer's on the blink and the Captain's dead, but it's not my fault! Quick-playing card game of making sure someone else carries the can. With the "Suicide Mission" mini-expansion: £13.50.
 

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Blitzkrieg! (Paolo Mori)

It's sub-titled "World War Two in 20 Minutes" and pretty much lives up to this billing. It's a terrific tactical tussle of deploying troops to win campaigns in the several theatres of war. And it plays in under half an hour: £25.00.
 

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Blitzkrieg! Nippon Expansion (Paolo Mori)

This is a bonkers expansion. It assumes an Axis victory in WW2 followed by a war between Germany and Japan in North America. The board works in a different way, which offers an alternative challenge: £10.00.
 

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Blossoms (Przemyslaw Fornal, Kajetan Kusina, Mateusz Pitulski and Kamil Rogowski)

This delightful card game captivated me when I met it at Spiel '18. It falls into the simple-yet-fiendish category, enhanced with lovely illustrations. I have found fresh supplies at a lower price: £6.50.
 

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The Bottle Imp (Günter Cornett)

Great new edition of this cracking little card game inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's story. All you have to do is avoid holding the bottle (warning: contains imp) at the end of the hand. Simples: £13.00.
 

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Café Melange (Stephan Riedel)

This is a game of logic set in Viennese café society in 1910. Players score points by seating personalities of the time in the eponymous café and placing their own people at the same tables. It's clever, subtle stuff: £24.00.
 

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Café Melange: Waiter, the Bill Please! (Stephan Riedel)

An interesting expansion for Café Melange that replaces the original order cards and makes the game harder – players only score for the personalities they place: £5.00.
 

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Can't Stop (Sid Sackson)

The most recent edition of this classic push-your-luck dice game is themed around mountain-climbing. It's a nice compact package with a terrific game inside: £22.00.
 

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Carpe Diem (Stefan Feld)

Intricate game of city (district) building set in Ancient Rome. It's played over four rounds with players drafting new building tiles – and scoring points – each round. Bonus points at the end can make all the difference, though: £28.00.
 

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Carson City – The Card Game (Xavier Georges)

The original game was about building a Wild West town and so is the card game. It plays quickly and players must make best use of their bidding cards to get the town cards they want. Neat stuff and a chance to talk like a cowboy: £17.00.
 

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Carthago: Merchants & Guilds (Ralph Bienert and Bernd Eisenstein)

Clever development of Porto Carthago, this has players as traders in ancient Carthage. As well as buying and selling, they aim to gain influence in the city's guilds. The winner will be whoever's done best across both: £26.00
 

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Castles of Burgundy (Stefan Feld)

The 20th anniversary (of the publisher) edition of this masterpiece includes the game's expansions. Once again, it's time to develop your Burgundian domain in different ways to fit the various terrain within it. A game I'm still playing today: £42.00.
 

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Castles of Mad King Ludwig (Ted Alspach)

Players are architects laying out their designs for the King. They score points for the ways their selected rooms, corridors and spaces connect (or not). A clever sort-of-auction mechanism decides who gets what pieces: £40.00.
 

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Civilization (Francis Tresham)

New edition of the greatest game of all time. Start with a single piece on the edge of the board and build one of the world's great civilisations. Gibsons have refreshed the artwork, but not messed with the game, so I'm happy: £32.00.
 

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