Minute Diktator Print and Play Game

Minute Diktator is a free print and play game in which two players vie to get the support of the “Council of Five” to replace the departed Dear Leader.

FIKA Print and Play Card Game

FIKA is an 18 card print and play game in which two players try to win rounds by selling coffee, tea and pastry. It comes with a solo mode. From the BGG description:

Players must use the actions and goals on their cards and the cards in the FIKA supply in order to outsmart their opponent. The player that can win two rounds by getting the maximum value out of his cards, wins the game. 

I like these mini games. They’re easy to print and assemble, and for a couple of bucks worth of ink and paper, I can get a nice filler game.

Bower Print and Play Game

Bower is a free print and play game about Australian Bowerbirds collecting items to increase the visual appeal of their nests.

Collecting and decorating is a thing with the species, as you can see from the nest below:

Zany Zoo Print and Play Game

Zany Zoo is a two player print and play card drafting game. From the author’s description:

Zany Zoo is a 2-player card drafting game in which you select a total of 12 multi-use cards over 3 rounds. The cards can be used to build your creatures, feed them, or clean up their wastes. Build creatures with compatible parts, anticipate your opponent’s strategy, and manage your sanctuary well to win and be recognized as the ‘best zoologist of the third dimension’!

The Present Winter Print and Play Game of the Battle of Trenton

The Present Winter is a print and play game about the Battle of Trenton. From the rules:

The Present Winter is a game about Washington’s Crossing and the Battle of Trenton that took place on December 25th and 26th of 1776 during the American War of Independence. The goal for Washington’s Continental Army is to cross the Delaware River and seize control of Trenton from the Hessians. The goal of the Hessian Mercenaries is to, with the help of the Elements, stymie the Continentals in their crossing of the river and to prevent the capture of Trenton.