A woman-led publisher of inclusive board games & card games that resonate.
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The spacecraft is protected by a powerful forcefield. Why can some objects pass through the forcefield, while others are repelled? Race to figure out the pattern as the Visitor, the Kid, or the Agents in this ever-changing puzzle game!
What do a Dragon, Cell Phone, and Piano have in common?
Every game the Visitor invents a new “Pass Rule” that allows allows certain objects to pass through their force field and others to be deflected: like “things you eat” or “things that contain metal.”
If the Kid figures out the Pass Rule first, she and the Visitor both win! If an Agent figures it out first, the other players lose... So, what do a Dragon, a Cell Phone, and a Piano all have in common? Answer: ǝsᴉou ǝʞɐɯ ʎǝɥʇ
At a Glance:
Strategy/Party Game | 3-6 players | ages 8+ | 10 minutes
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Founder and CEO
Founded by game designer, digital artist, and professor Mary Flanagan, Resonym is a playful woman-led media company in New Hampshire bringing new voices to tabletop gaming and beyond.
When Mary founded the business, she was loading pallets of games into her pickup truck. A few years later, Resonym has grown tremendously and our passion for fair play and socially conscious games continue to serve as the foundation for what we do.
$5 shipping—any number of games! US shipping only; to get our games internationally, ask your local game store to order them.