Take what you can, give nothing back! Scuttle! is a pirate card game for 1-5 players, suitable for children as young as 6. Based on the classic card game Cuttle, the first release from Jellybean Games offers monkeys, rats, gold doubloons, cannons, and pirates of all creeds and colors.
Two expansions are now available: The Curse of Black Jack and Scurvy!
Designed by Peter C. Hayward, with art by Kelly Jo.
Dracula has invited all the townsfolk for dinner (and maybe a few for dessert), but some monsters have decided to be a pain in the neck and crash the party: now, everything is at stake…
Dance with other guests, guess their unique identities, and when you've worked out who everyone is, make your Grand Reveal to win the game!
Designed by Peter C. Hayward, with stunning Edward Gorey-inspired art by Tania Walker, Dracula’s Feast is a fresh take on the social deduction genre.
The Lady and the Tiger (coming 2017)
Behind one door is a beautiful lady; behind the other, a ferocious tiger. Your opponent knows what awaits you, but they're not telling - it's up to you to work it out.
Read your opponent, pick wisely, and try not to play into their dastardly hands!
Designed by Peter C. Hayward, with gorgeous art by Tania Walker, The Lady and the Tier is a 5-minute bluffing game for two players.
Village Pillage (coming 2017)
Protect your borders, attack your neighbors, and be the first to build a monument of pure gold! Village Pillage is a 3-5 player game for players 12 and up, featuring simultaneous play and action on all fronts.
Designed by Peter C. Hayward and Tom Lang.
Tomb of Doom! (coming 2017)
You’ve found the last piece of the map. You’ve deciphered the hieroglyphics. You’ve fought your way through the jungle. And now you’re here - an ancient tomb, filled with traps and treasure!
Unfortunately, your rivals have found the temple as well. If you’re too slow, they’ll take all the treasure...but if you’re too fast, you'll run headfirst into trouble!
Tomb of Doom! is a trick-taking game for 2-5 explorers aged 8 and up.
Designed by Daniel Newman and Peter C. Hayward, with art by Tania Walker.