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Fox Box

Foxbox is a competitive game reminiscent of ye olde fox hunts. There are two teams consisting of both foxes and hunters. The foxes have boxes and the opposing team’s hunters want to dunk balls into those fox boxes. Meanwhile the foxes have their own plans; they want to move Victory Boxes into their team’s Goal Squares.
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Paul Rudd’s American Goos

Murder Mystery game ran Oct 8th 2016. Four teams of five players each (20 players in total) competed in this reality TV show while trying to figure out who amidst them murdered the show host, Paul Rudd. We built video confessionals into the game so that all players would have to give small testimonies about the event as it went on. Logistically, we custom printed producer shirts for ourselves, rented an Air BNB, and had a snapchat filter for the duration of the event (also built into play), and spent a month planning and designing the game. This was the second iteration of a murder mystery game that Robert Horn and I have collaborated on.
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Hot Cup

⚠️️WARNING: DO NOT PLAY HOT CUP⚠️️ Hot Cup is a cooperative boredom folk game. ⚠️️WARNING: DO NOT PLAY HOT CUP⚠️️
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Ten Games You Can Play with Business Cards

Ten Games You Can Play With Business Cards is a DIY zine collaboration between Samuel Leigh and James Earl Cox III. Whip out this zine, pull out a few business cards, go nuts, have a good time. Play with some business cards.
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Predetermined Kings

A retake/modification on the drinking game King’s/King’s Cup. The main difference between Predetermined King’s and normal King’s is that in Predetermined King’s, all of the cards are face up from the start. You can see every card that will be played. More so, the cards are in a spiral, and the players must pick the outermost card: all feeling of random and mystery has been removed.
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Australia Repopulates the World: The Game

The world has been devastated by (insert man-made disaster here). All the continents have been left devoid of human life. All but Australia, because those guys are tough as nails. So now, with two major factions in Australia ready to repopulate the world, who will be able to spread their ideology faster and farther?
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HermiTug

Run around on all fours, flipping off other hermits’ shells and fighting over a heavy sack. This yard is only big enough for one hermit team.
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2001: A Space Masquerade

A big awkward social game inspired by Wink No More & Martian Middle School Dance. The Intergalactic Conference is almost here, and you just realized that you will be the only sentient life-form from your planet in attendance! Good thing there is a Space Masquerade to help break the ice. I hope it doesn’t get too awkward.
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Birdemic Drinking Game

Intro: There are two facts about this sort of bad film: They are hard to watch alone Other people might watch if you offer them alcohol So here is a Birdemic drinking game! There are two parts to the Birdemic Drinking Game rules; the team part (Team Bird or Team Human), and then the individual part (Personal Rules). Each player will choose one of the teams to be on in the first part (human or bird), and then choose one or two rules from the individual part, to follow on their own.
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Kill the Kraken!

Pool noodles, throwing socks, basket poles, and hula-hoops come together in one fierce game: Kill the Kraken! A fast paced asymmetric-team field game for 8 to 14 players, Kill the Kraken! is inspired by Humans versus Zombies and simulates a humans versus monster scenario. But rather than pitting human players against a horde of Zombies, Kill the Kraken! pits them against a single giant enemy. One team takes on the role of the Kraken, all connected by yarn and running rampant with pool noodles. The other team plays as the humans, tasked with defeating the Kraken via throwing socks. The rules are easy to understand, even by non-gamers and as a round of Kill the Kraken! lasts between 5 to 15 minutes, it provides a quick fun field experience.
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