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Sovereign: Open Source Board Game logo
Sovereign: Open Source Board Game $42.99

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Included are all the rules, victory cards, units for three players and charts to play Sovereign.

NOT included are any maps.

Add units for 3 more players (for a total of 6) by ordering: Sovereign (Players 4-6) []

Sovereign is released under a Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported
— CC BY-SA 3.0
[] license and is created by
Ruben Hopmans of []

Add a fourth, fifth and sixth player with: Sovereign (Players 4-6) []

Flip the Table logo
Flip the Table™ $9.99

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A card-based version of the classic game Shut the Box with a wooden table theme.

Included are rules for many different variations of play and rules for different methods of scoring.

Will you be able to flip over all the face-up cards and 'flip the table'?

The backs of the cards are all the same to encourage new variants with revealing cards.

Final Decrees logo
Final Decrees $30.99

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Final Decrees is a board game based on a monstrous incompetent bureaucracy. Players play the upper echelon of the various departments. The player with the least blame at the end of the game wins. The game is for 4-5 players and takes 60 to 90 minutes to play.

Note that this game does not come with scorepads. Scorepads are available at: Final Decrees (Decree Scorepads) [] or you can download the score sheets to print of to use.

Blame Counters not included, use pennies or dice that you have on hand. You can order Blame Counters for use in this game at: Final Decrees (Blame Counters) [] .

Based of Final Decrees by Carl de Visser and available at [] The original work is available under a Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 New Zealand
— CC BY 3.0 NZ
[] License.

Elevation of Privilege logo
Elevation of Privilege $34.99

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Elevation of Privilege (EoP) is the easy way to get started threat modeling, which is a core component of the design phase in the Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle (SDL).

The EoP card game helps clarify the details of threat modeling and examines possible threats to software and computer systems.

The EoP game focuses on the following threats:

  Information Disclosure
  Denial of Service
  Elevation of Privilege

EoP uses a simple point system that allows you to challenge other developers and become your opponent's biggest threat.

Developed by Microsoft and Published under a
CC BY 3.0 Deed | Attribution 3.0 Unported
| Creative Commons

No scorepad is included, buy a score available at Elevation of Privilege Scorepad or downloading the scoring sheet is recommended.