Games for Friends and Lovers
We love cooperative games. So much less wear and tear on our relationship for nightly game play! Thing is, we have so many great games that play competitively. We want to play them on the same side. So, we have made adaptations. Each one has been tested extensively for two-player play. Some have also been tested for three or four.

We hope you enjoy playing these variants as much as we have. Drop us a line and let us know what you like (or don't) and what other games you want to see!
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2 players try to fill their stained glass creations completely. With 4 tools cards and only 2 dice per turn. Super hard.
2 players must complete 10 of the 12 objectives: 4 common events, 5 special events, fill all five of the Journey slots, and reach 50 points per player. Not so easy.
Not an adaptation. A new game of battling dragons. 2 to 6 players execute their dragon clan's plans to win the spring games. Magic, storms and dragons. Lots of dragons. Look for it on Kickstarter Feb 4, 2020.
Recent releases
A 2- to 3-person, cooperative adaptation for Friends and Lovers. You must survive four quarters without losing the support of the Senate or the people. Think Marc Antony and Julius Caesar. Yeah, this sometimes ends badly, too. Play is lightly adapted from standard Trajan rules.

Designer: Stefan Feld
Publisher: Ammonit Spiele, 2011
Variant by: Harvey and Carlie Cornell

2- to 3-person, cooperative adaptation for Friends and Lovers. You work together to kill 30 monsters. There's no shortage of travel, investigation and character development because you need to keep your points (life force) up so you can pay the escalating point cost of each turn. Not tested with 4, but we think it will work.

Designer: Ignacy Trzewiczek
Publisher: Fantasy Flight Games, 2014
Variant by: Harvey and Carlie Cornell

2- to 3-person, cooperative adaptation for Friends and Lovers. Place 40 mines without running out of money. Simple? Yeah. Easy? Not so much.

Designer: Ryan Laukat
Publisher: Red Raven Games, 2017
Variant by: Harvey and Carlie Cornell