Will you be able to be the most influent and powerful governor of the realm? In every year, there are three prod.. Discover: Lands Unknown. You awaken with a splitting headache and no idea of how you got here. The wilderness stretches in every direction, and something howls in the distance. Your quest for answers will have to wait; first, you need to survive. Will you help the others that are stranded here or will you save yourself at any cost?
When two to four players find themselves marooned in the harsh wilderness, you must cooperate and compete to search for water, food, and tools that will be essential to your very survival. But your adventure holds many secrets. Every copy of Discover: Lands Unknown is unlike any other in the world. A mix of environments, storylines, characters, locations, items, and enemies have been engineered to tell a story unique to every copy of the game thanks to an algorithm tha..
Take the shape of one of over 50 different alien race in this new version of the 's classic updated by fan favorite designer Kevin Wilson Arkham Horror. Each turn players will seek to expand their empire by attacking or negotiating in order to build colonies on enemy planets. Every alien race has a unique ability which breaks the rules in some way. Color codes on for each race allow players to choose the difficulty level of the game they wish to play. Flare cards expand the aliens powers, and can grant access to super powers if they can acquire their personal flare. Cosmic Encounter promises no two games to be alike, and each game will pit you against new challenges from each player.
In this edition of Cosmic Encounter are all new plastic ships! These highly detailed spacecraft ea.. Specter Ops: Broken Covenant. Corporate secrets linger within the corridors of Raxxon's abandoned headquarters and, even though the base is empty, it is not forgotten. In this tense cat-and-mouse showdown, a lone A. On one side, the agent must use all their skills and equipment to succeed. On the other, the hunters rely on teamwork and superhuman skills to locate their prey.
No matter who you play, you must use strategy, deduction, and stealth.. Tigris and Euphrates. Players are given four different leaders: farming, trading, religion, and government. The leaders are used to collect victory points in these same categories. However, your score at the end of the game is the number of points in your weakest category, which encourages players not to get overly specialized. Conflict arises when civilizations connect on the board, i.
Leaders can also be replaced within a civilization through internal conflicts. Rex: Final Days of an Empire. The final days of the Lazax Empire began in the seventy-third year of the Twilight Wars, when without warning, the Federation of Sol led a deadly assault directly on Mecatol Rex, the capital planet the empire itself. A climactic struggle for control of the imperial city followed, fought as much with diplomacy and deception as with troops and starships.
This is the story of that struggle. Set 3, years before the events of Twilight Imperium, Rex tells the story of the last days of the Lazax empire, while presenting players with compelling asymmetrical racial abilitie.. Passing Through Petra. At the intersection of the most well-traveled trade routes in the old world lies a city within rose-colored cliffs. This is Petra, and never before or since has there been a city quite like it. Use these transactions to spread your influence and gain unique benefits to grow your economic engine.
Legacy of Dragonholt. This narrative game for one to six players allows players to build their own unique hero and embark on six noble quests. Battle goblins, foil the plot of an evil lord, and add a new story to your tale! Prepare for Adventure Legacy of Dragonholt is a narrative adventure game that creates a unique experience by blending aspects of roleplaying and adventure games, open world concept video games, and even Choose Your Own Adventure books. Unlike many games, Legacy of Dragonholt is not about winning or losing, but rather about the act of creati..
Kanban: Automotive Revolution. These signals get the workers what they need, where they need it, when they need it to create a just-in-time JIT production system. The setting for the game Kanban: Automotive Revolution is an assembly line. The players are ambitious managers who are trying to impress the board of directors in order to achieve as high a position as possible in the company and secure their careers. With promotions come advantages at the factory, such as more space to store precious materials and greater prestige to accelerate your ascent.
Through solid management, you must strive to shine next to your peers. You need to man.. London: The biggest, most important and richest city in England in the late medieval and early modern periods. The Guilds played a major role in the lives of London's citizens, controlling the way in which trade, manufacturing and business was conducted in the city. The members of the guilds were rich men, who were appointed to the most influential positions in the community and wielded immense civic power.
The chief representative of the Guilds became the Lord Mayor of London, and the leading delegates of the Guilds became his Aldermen. Other members of the Guilds were the burghers of London. The Guilds ran the city and controlled its commerce; each had its own Hall and its own Coat of Arms. Representatives of the Guilds met at the Guildhall to discuss the great issues of the day. Exodus: Proxima Centauri Revised Edition.
After a devastating nuclear war, six human factions are seeking shelter in the Centauri system. On the verge of extinction, the humans are saved by a superior civilization, allegedly the Centaurians, and each faction is given a fresh start on a new planet. Thus the exodus of humanity seems to have ended on the planets orbiting the star called Proxima Centauri.
When the Centaurians announce their departure, the struggle for power commences once again. In Exodus: Proxima Centauri, the six factions fight for dominance in an epic empire-building game, striving to build a new human empire on the ashes of the Centaurian civilization. Each player will build his own space fleet of customized ships and conquer new planets, fight the Centaurian Resistance and the other players, negotiate and.. Crusaders: Thy Will Be Done. Move your knights, erect buildings, and go crusading to spread the influence of your Order.
When the Orders get too strong, King Philip will become nervous and disband all Templar orders, ending the game. Each player has their own rondel, which they can upgrade over the course of the game, that controls their action choices during the game. Your faction gives you a special power to control your rondel, and the buildings you erect will help you form a strategy.
Teams of two players each may play against each other. New personality cards with the goddess Venus allow for new strategies. New maps Imperium, Cyprus, Hellas, Ionium on which to play. ASARA, land van duizend torens, opent zijn poorten. Als creatieve bouwmeesters wedijveren de spelers door de indrukwekkendste torens te bouwen. Met elke voltooide toren, elke luisterrijke versiering stijgt hun aanzien bij de Kalief. Door behendig, tactisch en op het juiste tijdstip te opereren stellen jouw torens de concurrentie letterlijk in de schaduw.
In the year , the entire Earth was enveloped in a cataclysmic shift in climate, plunging the globe into another ice age. In Arctic Scavengers, you are the leader of a small tribe of survivors. Resources, tools, medicine, and mercenaries are all in scarce supply. You and your tribe are pitted against up to four other tribes in a fight for survival.
Build up your tribe, skirmish against other players head-to-head, or even bluff your way to victory. The player with the largest tribe at the end of the game is declared the winner! As the competing tribes develop and grow, headquarters are established for each tribe thanks to the components in the included.. Twilight Struggle Deluxe Edition. This is the version! Kennedy, Inaugural Speech, January Twilight Struggle is a two-player game simulating the forty-five year dance of intrigue, prestige, and occasional flares of warfare between the Soviet Union and the United States.
The entire world is the stage on which these two titans fight to make the world safe for their own ideologies and ways of life. The game begins amidst the ruins of Europe as the two new "superpowers" scramble over the wreckage of the Second World War, and ends in , when only the United States remained standing.
Component c.. Civilization is gebaseerd op het populaire computerspel van Sid Meier! Sid Meier's Civilization laat de spelers een complete beschaving opbouwen en door eeuwen geschiedenis loodsen.
De bedoeling is om aan het einde van het spel de meest indrukwekkende beschaving te hebben. Race, class, alignment, skills, traits, and equipment are all elements of the perfect hero, who is ready to take on all opposition in the quest for glory and riches. Purchase weapons and armor to outfit your hero. Earn Reputation Stars by constructing the perfect character.
The player with the greatest Reputation wins the game and will surely triumph over whatever nefarious plot lies ahead! Roll for the Galaxy. Roll for the Galaxy is a dice game of building space empires for 2—5 players. Your dice represent your populace, whom you direct to develop new technologies, settle worlds, and ship goods. The player who best manages his workers and builds the most prosperous empire wins! This dice version of Race for the Galaxy takes players on a new journey through the Galaxy, but with the feel of the original game.
The Empire, formed by three Kingdoms, has a period of wealth and prosperity. Each Kingdom is governed by a council of four nobles. The members of six influential families sit around in the councils and lead the Kingdoms. Players hold the roles of rich merchants who seek to obtain permits to build their own Emporium inside the cities of the three kingdoms. Whoever take more permits, while also placing their Emporium in the best places, will be the most famous merchant and will win the game.
But pay attention to the Emperor! He can allow you to build without permits! By corrup.. The Staufer Dynasty. In The Staufer Dynasty, the players are nobles in the 12th century, accompanying Henry VI on his tour of the areas of Europe brought under control by the Staufer family, an area that included much of modern day Germany, went from the Baltic Sea in the North to Sicily in South.
You're eager to improve your own lot in the land by placing envoys and nobles in positions of power in the six regions represented in this game. The game lasts five rounds with each player having three actions per round. For a supply action, you pick one of the spaces on the sup.. The Manhattan Project 2: Minutes to Midnight. Manufacturing nukes is no longer an obstacle; all nations are now capable of churning them out at a rapid pace. The challenge of this era lies in the development of various delivery systems called the "Nuclear Triad:" strategic bombers, ballistic subs, and land-based ballistic missiles.
Each player represents one of the superpowers in the arms race. Growing tomatoes, lettuce, or carrots on Iceland? What an absurd idea! But still, whoever had that idea was a genius! Geothermal energy on the island allows you to cultivate the most unexpected fruits and vegetables — an oddity that no tourist would want to miss. You are not the only farmer in Reykholt who is looking to make a fortune out of this, however, so you better be quick! The tourist season in Reykholt is short, and there are more people coming every year. Making use of the right people and having the right vegetables at the right time in Reykholt will give you the advantage you need to win the race!
In Gold West, players compete as prospectors building their mining empires while vying over the precious metals of the frontier. In a delicate balance of resource management and area control, players must plan their building strategies while carefully managing their supply tracks to refine the right resources at the most opportune times. Stay a step ahead of the competition and you could lead the West into the Golden Age. The goal of Gold West is to accumulate the most victory points through clever management of your growing mining empire. There are five resources in the game: the metals Copper, Silver, and Gold are used to acquire victory points in a variety of ways, while Timber and Stone are building materials used to build camps and settlements on the board to collect more resou..
Castell is the vibrant Catalan tradition of building human towers. Huge teams of people from all over Catalonia gather at festivals to celebrate Catalan culture and compete to build the highest and most difficult human towers. Visit Catalan cities, expand your team of castellers, learn tower-building skills, and show off your tower-building prowess at local performances and festival competitions. Harness your strength, balance, courage, and common sense to take your team to victory!
Alien Frontiers 5th Edition. Do you have what it takes to be a deep space colonist? An alien frontier awaits the brave and daring! This new planet will be harsh, but if you have the skills to manage your resources, build a fleet, research alien life, and settle colonies, the world can be yours.
During the game you will utilize orbital facilities and alien technology to build colony domes in strategic locations to control the newly discovered world. The dice you are given at the start of the game represent the space ships in your fleet. You will assign these ships to the orbital facilities in o..
With the driving of the golden spike in , the first transcontinental railroad was completed in the United States — but really it was only the beginning of a rapid expansion of railways that would crisscross the entire country. Along the way, you gain shares in other railroads and watch your reputation soar with each successful delivery before making a final push to complete long hauls to the boom towns of the West.
This design is a new twist on pick-up-and-deliver games. It's been almost one hundred years since the Scorpius system was settled. Over the decades, the Government has taken control of everything. Tens of billions of Sentients live in Scorpius with no hope of advancement, no hope of escape — except that not everyone in the Government toes the line.
Some still believe in freedom. A few bold freighter captains use the system against itself, handling their sanctioned job duties They are fueling the revolution. And the revolution is coming. The nefarious Marquise de Cat has seized the great woodland, intent on harvesting its riches. Under her rule, the many creatures of the forest have banded together. This Alliance will seek to strengthen its resources and subvert the rule of Cats.
In this effort, the Alliance may enlist the help of the wandering Vagabonds who are able to move through the more dangerous woodland paths. Meanwhile, at the edge of the region, the proud, squabbling Eyrie have found a new commander.. You need followers and their abilities to expand your dominance by putting them to work as traders, builders, and scientists.
Knights expand your scope of action and secure your mercantile expeditions. Craftsmen build trading stations and tools to facilitate work. Scholars make progress in science, and last but not least it cannot hurt to get active in monasteries since with monks on your side you are much less likely to fall prey to fate. In Orl.. Lorenzo il Magnifico.
Lorenzo de' Medici, also known as "Lorenzo il Magnifico" Lorenzo the Magnificent , was one of the most powerful and enthusiastic patrons of the Italian Renaissance. You try to accumulate prestige and fame to gain more victory points VP than the others. To do so, you send your family members to different areas of town, where they can obtain many achievements.
In one location they get useful resources, in another development cards which represent newly conquered territories, sponsored buildings, influenced characters, or encouraged ventures , somewhere else they activate the effects of their cards. Family members are not identical. At the beginning of..
The year is Humanity is ready to explore the galaxy. The most interesting celestial bodies to explore, and eventually colonize, have been known for centuries, and the nations of Earth finally have the technological level to reach them, thus beginning an unarmed competition that in the end the whole of humanity will win. Kepler is a resource management game in which you have to explore, colonize, exploit, and terraform the planets of the Milky Way using the available technologies.
In each round, you must choose which action to perform and which bonus to activate, managing your supplies of matter, energy and antimatter. The peculiar strength of the game is the innovative resource management: Each player has a finite amount of matter, energy and antimatter that th.. Cosmic Encounter 42nd Anniversary Edition. Cosmic Encounter 42nd Anniversary Edition welcomes new players to the game of infinite possibilities with a freshly revised rulebook and a beautifully illustrated Quick-start Guide that captures the nostalgia of the original game and makes it easy for anyone to learn.
What's more, with the beautiful translucent ship pieces as shown above , spreading your colonies across the galaxy has never been more stylish! A newly discovered species joins the classic line-up of aliens. Castles of Mad King Ludwig. You see, the King loves castles, having built Neuschwanstein the castle that inspired the Disney theme park castles and others, but now he's commissioned you to build the biggest, best castle ever — subject, of course, to his ever-changing whims. Each player acts as a building contractor who is adding rooms to the castle he's building while also selling his services to other players.
In the game, each player starts with a simple foyer. One player takes on the role of the Master Builder, and that player sets prices for a set of rooms that can be purchased by the other players, with him getting to pick from the leftov.. It's a time of regrowth in the old urban center, and the hippest and best beer crafters have gathered both hops and hopes in building the best brewery in the city. It won't be an easy task, as players compete for precious resources such as malt, yeast, fruit and spices in the local markets, all while managing and optimizing their growing bottling empires.
In Brew Crafters, players assume management of a local craft brewery, working hard to manage resources, use their workers wisely, and develop their brewing line to create the best local brews. Brew Crafters honors the tradition of classic Eurogames such as Agricola and Puerto Rico, but at its heart beats a unique brewery processing system that must be constantly improved, monitored, and manned in order to keep the beloved beverages.. Once Yokohama was just a fishing village, but now at the beginning of the Meiji era it's becoming a harbor open to foreign countries and one of the leading trade cities of Japan.
As a result, many Japanese products such as copper and raw silk are collected in Yokohama for export to other countries. At the same time, the city is starting to incorporate foreign technology and culture, with even the streets becoming more modernized. In the shadow of this development was the presence of many Yokohama merchants. Roar: King of the Pride. In the wilds of Africa, lion prides rule over all beasts, but only one pride can rule over all the lions!
Managing your food supply, while expanding your territory and growing your pride size with cubs, will take strategic planning and key wits. Even the best-laid plans, however, can be interrupted by other prides' secret objectives, or worse…the encroachment of a new and deadly threat. Kings of Air and Steam. On the cusp of the twentieth century, America is the undisputed land of industry. Factories fire their machines twenty-four hours a day, and demand is skyrocketing in the cities. A small but fierce rivalry of shipping barons must manage their amazing airships and the extensive railroad system in order to get goods to the cities before the demand is met by someone else.
Anyone who can't stay competitive will be left with nothing but dust in their coffers! The process is simple: Factories produce the goods machinery, textiles, chemicals, food, and luxuries that are coveted by the city folk. Airships — forbidden from landing in the cities but capable of carrying cargo over great distances — must be used to gather those goods and deliver them to depots along the rail network.
Trains t.. Players each control three different heroes and have access to a tech tree that allows them to use different strategies each time they play. The goal of the game is to destroy the opponent's base. To do this, players build up an army of units and heroes.
Players determine the exact composition of their armies as they play by adding cards to their deck based on the tech they've chosen to pursue. From your incredible Factory, you must race to claim ownership over the magnificent ruins of an abandoned clockwork metropolis. Each game plays in under an hour, and because only nine of the city tiles from dozens available are randomly chosen and placed each game, no two games ever play the same. Each turn, you roll a number of production dice and activate City Tiles, then you move your automaton workers and perform a variety of actions such as drawing and placing gears to reactivate areas of the city, sabotaging opponents, and activating unique steam powers as determined by your resources.
Along the way, you will develop your Factory with special powers which set.. Sneak into an angry dragon's mountain lair to steal precious artifacts. Delve deeper to find more valuable loot. Acquire cards for your deck and watch your thievish abilities grow. Be quick and be quiet. Each careless sound draws the attention of the dragon, and each artifact stolen increases its rage. You can enjoy your plunder only if you make it out of the depths alive! The Expanse, a board game based on the Syfy television series of the same name, focuses on politics, conquest and intrigue similar to the board game Twilight Struggle, although with a shorter playing time.
The card-driven game uses key images from the show, along with action points and events that allow players to move and place "Fleets" and "Influence". Each player has special abilities that must be maneuvered to gain advantage. Players increase their control over the solar system using characters and events from the universe of The Expanse. Stronghold 2nd edition. Stronghold is a two-player game telling the story of a siege.
Players take opposing sides: one has to defend the stronghold, and the other has to break into the castle as soon as possible. The game board represents the stronghold itself as well as the surrounding terrain, where enemy forces are placed and whence they proceed to the walls. The defender has a small number of soldiers manning the walls, while the invader has an infinite legion of attacking creatures. A desperate fight takes place every single turn. The invaders build war machines, equip their soldiers, train them, and use black magic rituals to achieve victory.
Meanwhile, defenders repair walls, build cannons, train soldiers, and do everything they can to hold the castle as long as possible. If the invader manages.. You need to organize your workers to ensure that the fields are ordered according to their type and harvested when ready so that the goods can be shipped to New Orleans. In more detail, the game lasts four rounds, and at the start of each round players draft phase cards until they're all distributed. The phases then take place in numerical order, with the player who chose a phase being the first one to act.
In the first phase, players place their workers in the fields, with each player having the same distribution of colored field tiles, but a different random placement for each player. In phase two, players organize their crops, trying to group like types together, with some.. Stories about General Volkare and his Lost Legion are whispered amongst the Atlanteans — some in hope, all with at least a sliver of fear.
Now with word of what appears to be Volkare and his Lost Legion reappearing and yet another new Mage Knight to contend with, the scattered forces across the land are deciding which side is likely to be victorious. Are the Mage Knights the lesser of evils, or is Volkare the true savior they have been waiting for? Included in th.. Recently, the Mayor and Village Council have announced an opening for a Grand Librarian: a prestigious and lucrative position they intend to award to the most qualified villager!
Unfortunately, several of your book collector colleagues more like acquaintances, really are also candidates. To outshine your competition, you need to expand your personal library by sending your trusty assistants out into the village to find the most impressive tomes. Sources for the finest books are scarce, so you need to beat your opponents to them when they pop up. You have only a week before the Mayor's Official Inspector comes to judge your library, so be sure your assistants have all your books s..
Players race to complete high risk Missions by deploying their agents and acquiring the necessary equipment, all while keeping an eye on the needs of future missions and the advances of rival agencies. Each round, players roll their hand of dice and in turn allocate them to different actions, like moving their Agents, acquiring Agency Cards, completing and acquiring new Missions, and more. Dice are placed on action circles that require players to place their dice numerically adjacent to dice that have already been placed, allowing for rival agencies to thwart their plans — but a good Agent always has a backup plan, and the..
Champions of Midgard. Champions of Midgard formerly Defenders of Nidaros is a middleweight, Viking-themed, worker placement game with dice rolling in which players are leaders of Viking clans who have traveled to an embattled Viking harbor town to help defend it against the threat of trolls, draugr, and other mythological Norse beasts. By defeating these epic creatures, players gain glory and the favor of the gods.
When the game ends, the player who has earned the most glory earns the title of Jarl and is recognized as a champion of Midgard! Placing workers allows for the collection of resources and warriors, which players may then send on journeys to neighboring villages or across the sea to defeat monsters and gain the glory they need for victory. Resources are used to to carve runes, buil.. Plan, build, and develop a small town into a major metropolis. Use hex-shaped building tiles to add residential, commercial, civic, and industrial areas, as well as special points of interest that provide benefits and take advantage of the resources of nearby towns.
Your goal is to have your borough thrive and end up with a greater population than any of your opponents. Suburbia is a tile-laying game in which each player tries to build up an economic engine and infrastructure that will be initially self-sufficient, and eventually become both profitable and encourage population growth. As your town grows, you'll modify both your income and your reputation.
As your income increases, you'll have more cash on hand to purchase better and more valuable buildings, such as an international airp.. Dit is de Duitse versie van het spel. Het spel is echter taalonafhankelijk. We mailen de regels in het Engels door bij je bestelling. Travel back in time to the greatest city in Mesoamerica. Witness the glory and the twilight of the powerful pre-Columbian civilization.
Strategize, accrue wealth, gain the favour of the gods, and become the builder of the magnificent Pyramid of the Sun. On your turn, you move a worker around a modular board, always choosing one of two areas of the location tile you land on: one offering you an action and a worker upgrade , the other providing you with a powerful bonus but without an upgrade. While managing their.. The town of Scoville likes it hot! Very hot! That means they love their peppers — but they're too busy eating them to grow the peppers themselves. That's where you come in. You've been hired by the town of Scoville to meet their need for heat.
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Each round, the players plant peppers in the fields. Throughout t.. In Dungeon Lords, you are an evil dungeonlord who is trying to build the best dungeon out there. You hire monsters, build rooms, buy traps and the other usual stuff. From the publisher's webpage: Have you ever ventured with party of heroes to conquer dungeons, gain pride, experiences and of course rich treasure? And has it ever occurred to you how hard it actually is to build and manage such underground complex filled with corridors and creatures? Well now you can try. Put yourself in role of the master of underground, summon your servants, dig complex of tunnels and rooms, set traps, hire creatures and try to stop filthy heroes from conquering and plundering your precious creation.
We can guarantee you will look on dark corners, lairs and their inhabitant from completely different..
City of Iron [Second Edition]. In City of Iron, players compete to build up a small nation in a world of machines, magic, and money. Become the leader of one of four rival races: the industrious humans, the toad engineers, the scholarly Cresarians, or the clever hogmen. Corner the market on goods like machine parts or bottled demons. Research steam-age technology and recruit mercenaries to control the continent. Build sea-going schooners or cloud-cutting airships to reach faraway lands and flying islands.
The future of a nation is in your hands. Build unbreakable foundations for an empire or disappear into the dusty pages of history. As in its predecessor, you must develop, build, and establish your industries and network, in an effort to exploit low or high market demands. This population, also known as the Huron Nation, lived in the Great Lakes region together with the Iroquois, Shawnee, Potomac, Seneca, and many others. In this game, you explore the traditions and everyday life of these tribes during the period when the Seven Years War between the French and the English took place in these territories.
But this white man's war is really only a marginal aspect of the game; the focus is on life in the Native villages, fields, and forests. In this game, you won't find the traditional teepees since those were used by southwestern tribes who moved their camps to follow the herds of buffalo. The Natives of the Great Lakes were sedentary, living in long houses. We are running out of food. The area around our campsite doesn't have enough supplies for this many of us.
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