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Skullduggery (board game)

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Box art and playing field
Publisher(s)Outset Media
Playing time30 minutes
Age rangeAges 8 and up

Skullduggery, created and illustrated by Allegra Vernon,[1] Outset Media's Creative Director, is a children's board game, teaching basic logic and strategy. The pirate-themed game is played on a tiled board, with tokens representing the players. The game uses pirates and gemstones as enemies to create obstacles, which lends to its name. Each player works to uncover four landmarks in order to complete a treasure map and race to the treasure. The tile game was manufactured by Outset Media, the same company that distributes Qwirkle, another tile-based game, that also won a Mensa Select Mind Game Award in 2007. Only five awards are given each year by American Mensa.


  • Mensa Select
  • National Parenting Center Seal of Approval
  • Parent's Choice Recommendation
  • Creative Child Magazine, Creative Toy Top Game of the Year Award
  • Canadian Toy Testing Council, 3-Star Rating


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