It’s Gifting Season: Here Are Games to Get for Board Game Lovers

This October, expect a lot of new and restocks of well-loved titles in Gaming Library stores and online. From the bestselling stocking stuffer and party game standard Exploding Kittens to creative boards like Canvas, you can expect a game (or two, or three) that will be much appreciated by your SO.

Stardew Valley

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…is back on our shelves! Stardew Valley is a cooperative board game where players work together throughout the seasons to farm, fish, befriend, and collect all kinds of resources to fulfill Grandpa’s Goal and restore the Community Center and save the valley from the nefarious JojaMart Corporation. Will you and your fellow players come together, take up the mantle, and face up to the challenge?

Buy it here.

Canvas

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Want an abstract puzzle game based on competition and creativity? Canvas pits players against each other as painters in an art
competition. Collect transparent art cards and layer three of them together to form a unique art piece. Think smart though–icons on
each card determine whether you meet certain objectives and collect enough rosettes to determine whether you win. Is your artistic voice strong enough to win this game?

Buy it here.

Organ Attack

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It sounds ominous, but we promise it’s actually fun. Organ Attack is the result of mixing accurate medical terminology with a splurge of toilet humor. Each player is dealt a set of organs, and by using different tactical cards like immunity to protect themselves or affliction to inflict damage on their opponents, must be the last player standing with at least one remaining organ. Do you have the guts to play this sickening game?

Buy it here.

For more gaming options, head now to your nearest Gaming Library branch (Greenbelt 5, One Bonifacio High Street Mall and AlterEgo Shangri-La Plaza Mall East Wing) or visit www.gaminglib.com.

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