Wolfner Accessible Games for Youths and Adults

 

To order any of these titles, contact the library by email, mail or phone. You may also request these titles online through WolfPAC.

 

August 2017

 

Games for All Ages

 

Apples to Apples

WAG012

Print/Braille game.  Ages 12 and up.  4-8 players.  Object: To select the Red Apple card from your hand that you think is best described by a Green Apple card played by the judge.  2013.

 

Bananagrams    

WAG040

Print/Braille Game. Ages 7 and up. 1-8 players.  Object:  Players race against each other to build crossword grids. 2015.

 

Checkers    

WAG010

Print/Braille game.  Ages 5 and up.  For two players.  Object: To remove the opponent's pieces from the board.  2015.

 

Connect 4

WAG025

Tactile game.  Ages 6 and up.  For two players.  Object: To connect four like checkers in a row. 2013.

 

Double Nine Dominoes

WAG004

Print/Braille game.  Ages 6 and up.  For 2-10 players, depending on game variation.  Object: To score the most or least points or play the last domino, depending on game variation. 2015.

 

Left Center Right Card Game

WAG015

Print/Braille game.  Ages 5 and up.  3 or more players.  Object: To flip over cards (which are marked Left, Right, Center or Safe) and pass chips accordingly to the player to their left (L) or right (R), put them in the center pot (C) or keep them (S). The last player with chips is the winner and takes the center pot. 2015.

 

Mille Bornes

WAG032

Print/Braille Game.  Ages 7 and up.  2-6 players.  Object: In this famous old French card game, players compete to drive 1000 km, dealing with hazards along the way. Draw a card to your hand, play or discard. You must lay a green traffic light to start, play cards showing mileage, dump hazards (flat tire, speed limit) on the other players, remedy hazards (spare tire, end of limit) from yourself, play safety cards (puncture proof), and try to be the first to clock up the distance. 2016.

 

Monopoly

WAG023

Print/Braille board game for ages 8 and up.  Object: To purchase property in order to create an economic monopoly in order to win the game. 2015.

 

Skip-Bo Card Game

WAG014

Print/Braille game.  Ages 7 and up. 2-6 players.  Object: Each player or partner is dealt a stack of cards and then has to try to win by playing all those cards and building piles in numerical sequence.  2015.

 

Rook

WAG043

Print/Braille Game. Ages 8 and up. 2-6 players.  Object: Fast-moving Rook card game challenges you to bid and name tricks. 2014.

 

Rummy Tiles

WAG021

Print/Braille Game.  Ages 12 and up.  2 to 4 players.  Object: Players try to form the highest value sets and sequences of tiles. 2015.

 

Scrabble

WAG009

Print/Braille board game.  Ages 8 and up. 2-4 players.  Object: Put letters together, build words, add up your points, and win. 1938.

 

Skip-Bo Card Game

WAG014

Print/Braille game.  Ages 7 and up. 2-6 players.  Object: Each player or partner is dealt a stack of cards and then has to try to win by playing all those cards and building piles in numerical sequence.  2015.

 

Uno

WAG005

Print/Braille card game.  Ages 7 and up.  2-10 players.  Objective: To play all the cards in your hand.  When only one card is remaining, the cardholder must shout "Uno!" alerting others that he or she is down to the last card in his or her hand. 2010.

 

 

Games for Tweens and Teens

 

Bomb Squad Academy

WAG044

Print/Braille Game. Ages 10 and up. 2-5 players.  Object: The red wire... or the green one? as a trainee at the bomb Squad Academy, make sure you get it right in this push-your-luck game! 2015.

 

Exploding Kittens

WAG035

Print/Braille Game.  Ages 7 and up.  2-5 players.  Object: Family-friendly highly-strategic, kitty-powered card game version of Russian Roulette. 2015.

 

For Sale

WAG045

Print/Braille Game. Ages 8 and up. 3-6 players.  Object: In this fast-paced game of bidding and bluffing to get the highest-ranking properties, it isn't how much you pay for the properties; it's how much you sell them for.  All players try to purchase the most valuable properties for the least amount of money and then sell them for the highest-valued currency cards. 2008.

  

Goblins Drool, Fairies Rule!

WAG031

Print/Braille Game.  Ages 7 and up.  1-4 players.  Object: A card game of rhyme and reason for kids of all ages. Has special solitaire rules for a single player. 2011.

 

Got ‘Em!

WAG030

Print/Braille Game.  Ages 8 and up.  2-4 players.  Object: Seize and capture your friends' pawns in this delightful game with two unique ways to play. Brainy got them offers the strategic challenge of outsmarting and cornering your opponents with deliberately placed walls, while the tricky yet fun for all ages, Bright got them has the same goal of trapping your opponents, plus colorful surprises that will keep you on your toes. Surround yourself with friends and family and get ready to enjoy 2 great games that hold more fun than any four walls can contain. 2011.

 

Hanabi

By Antione Bauza

WAG020

Print/Braille Game.  Ages 8 and up.  2 to 5 players.  Object: Cooperative game in which players try to create the perfect fireworks show by placing the cards on the table in the right order. 2014.

  

Loot:  The Plundering Pirate Game

By Reiner Knizia

WAG001

Print/Braille card game.  Ages 10 and up.  2-8 players. Object: To be the player with the most gold coins when the deck is depleted and one player is out of cards. 2015.

 

Lost Cities

WAG047

Print/Braille Game. Ages 10 and up. 2 players.  Object: Two explorers embark on research journeys to remote corners of the world. As the cards are played, the expedition routes take shape and the explorers earn points. 2014.

 

Sushi Go!

By Phil Walker-Harding

WAG002

Print/Braille card game.  Ages 8 and up. 2-5 players.  Object: To score the most points after 3 rounds.  2015.

  

Games for Teens and Adults

 

Bohnanza

WAG008

Print/Braille Card Game.  Ages 13 and up. 2-7 players.  Object: Players "plant beans" in 2 or 3 fields and sell them.  When selling them, a player earns gold.  The goal of the game is to earn the most gold.  2014.

 

Boss Monster

WAG048

Print/Braille Game. Ages 13 and up. 2-4 players.  Object:  Boss Monster is a competition to build the ultimate side-scrolling dungeon. Players compete to lure and destroy hapless adventurers, racing to outbid one another to see who can build the most enticing, treasure-filled dungeon. 2016.

 

Cards Against Humanity

WAG041

Print/Braille Game. Ages 17 and up. 4-20+ players.  Object: The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a Black Card, and everyone else answers with their funniest White Card. Strong language, violence, and explicit descriptions of sex. Circa 2010s.

  

Coup

WAG033

Print/Braille Game.  Ages 13 and up.  2-6 players.  Object: In the not too distant future, the government is run for profit by a new "royal class" of multi-national CEOs. Their greed and absolute control of the economy has reduced all but a privileged few to lives of poverty and desperation. Out of the oppressed masses rose The Resistance, an underground organization focused on overthrowing these powerful rulers. The valiant efforts of The Resistance have created discord, intrigue and weakness in the political courts of the nouveau royal, bringing the government to brink of collapse. But for you, a powerful government official, this is your opportunity to manipulate, bribe and bluff your way into absolute power. To be successful, you must destroy the influence of your rivals and drive them into exile. In these turbulent times there is only room for one to survive. 2012.

 

Cunning Folk

WAG038

Print/Braille Game. Ages 13 and up. 2-4 players.  Object: Cunning Folk is a micro game of bluffing and deduction. You are townsfolk, investigating the houses of Ipswich for witches, good and evil. Look at a card and tell your friends which character you see to use its ability. Of course, you could lie. Your opponents might call you out, but everyone should tread carefully: Wrong once, and the town suspects you of witchcraft. Twice, and you are ostracized! Keep your wits about you and if you lie, do it well. 2015.

 

Guillotine

WAG036

Print/Braille Game. Ages 12 and up. 2-5 players.  Object: This irreverent and humorous card game takes place during the French Revolution. Players represent rival guillotine operators vying for the best collection of noble heads over three rounds. You want top bragging rights, so you’d better collect the most prestigious noggins. Will you be skillful enough to bribe the guards and collect Marie Antoinette? Or will you lose points for beheading the Hero of the People. 2011.

 

Love Letters: Tempest Edition

By Seiji Kanai

WAG018

Print/Braille game.  Ages 8 and up.  2-4 players.  Object: To get your love letter into Princess's hands while deflecting the letters from competing suitors.  Love Letter is a game of risk, deduction, and luck.  2015.

 

Melee

WAG039

Print/Braille Game. Ages 14 and up. 2-4 players.  Object: It is the dawn of a new year. The old king has just died childless, and the new succession must be decided before the end of this year. You are a local baron or countess with as good a claim as anyone else, so now is the time to grab the throne. Your peers understand only force, and your subjects understand only gold. Gather your men, pay your knights, and assert your claim. 2015.

 

No Thanks!

By Thorsten Gimmler

WAG019

Print/Braille game.  Ages 13 and up.  3 to 5 players.  Object: To either take a card or pay a chip.  However, there are two catches. Nobody wants the cards because they give you points in a game where you need to have the fewest points to win. And the chips are very scarce.  2015.

 

Pandemic

By Matt Leacock

WAG017

Print/Braille game.  Ages 8 and up.  2-4 Players.  Object: Strategy game where the players serve as disease-fighting specialists whose mission is to treat disease hotspots while researching cures for each of four plagues before the diseases get out of hand.  2015.

  

Spyfall

WAG046

Print/Braille Game. Ages 13 and up. 3-8 players.  Object: SPYFALL is an easy-to-learn card game of bluffing, probing questions, clever answers, and suspicion. 2015.

 

The Resistance

WAG037

Print/Braille Game. Ages 13 and up. 5-10 players.  Object: The Resistance is a very intense social deduction game for 5-10 players. While it shares similarities with games like Werewolf, Mafia and even Battlestar Galactica it has many very unique features such as a quick 30 minute play time, no moderator required and no player elimination. 2012.