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  • 6 New Games From The Hex Games Collection

    Fast and innovative games that rack your brains
    Psst... If you're reading this, you might still have a shot at the early bird rewards

    LittleHouse Board Games is back with 18 Hex Games Collection: Volume 2. This volume features six new backpack games. These games include Castle Duel, The Many Dungeons, FL1P0, Dinger Fingers, Molecule, and Aconteceris. These are simple games for not-so-simple minds! Each presents a different challenge for each situation and playgroup. These games are compact, each coming in its hexagonal box. Each contains exactly 18 hexagonal tiles. Learning takes only a minute, and yet the gameplay is deep enough to last hours. Exercise your brain with 18 Hex Games Collection: Volume 2.

    ABOUT

    LittleHouse BoardGames is a young boardgame design and ideation studio settled in Extremadura, Spain. We have just arrived, but we want to stay for a long time ;)

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    Reviews

    I liked several of the games; I liked the look of the dungeon game and the price is good; Hex tiles. Looks like a cool concept