Baltimore & Ohio Expansion Set
The Baltimore & Ohio Expansion Set comprises four distinct expansions for Eagle Games' Baltimore & Ohio game. All four expansions may be used simultaneously or players may select any combination of expansions.
Can’t Stop! : Rollin’ Down the Highway
Can't Stop: Rollin' Down the Highway is an expansion for Can't Stop by George "Bud" Sauer and Jeff Horger that adds 72 tiles that are placed on the Can't Stop board before play starts.
Conquest of the Empire
Two games in one box. The first a reprint of the classic Milton Bradley, with updated rules from the original designer. The second a more complex game based on Martin Wallace's 'Struggle of Empires'.
Empires : Galactic Rebellion
Empires: Galactic Rebellion hands you the reins in an interstellar clash for control of the Galaxy. Take ownership over one of five factions and assert your supremacy in this exciting new board game from designer Glenn Drover. Estimated Release Date : Spring 2017; Please sign up below to automatically receive an email when this title is available.
Fleet Wharfside is a standalone card game based on Fleet and Fleet: Arctic Bounty. Players compete to complete contracts by selecting contracts from the Market and by collecting fish from their fleet at the wharfside. It's what happens when the fleet comes home!
In Floating Market, players each control Customers (Ama’s grandchildren), which they will assign to fruit boats (to collect Fruit) and to buildings (to receive special abilities). Each player will also add a die to the dice pool each round in an attempt to influence a thrilling die roll that determines which fruit boat will hand out fruit.
For Sale! Travel Edition
This is the travel version of ‘For Sale’. Considered one of the finest bidding games of all time. In this perfectly-crafted bidding game, players are forced to make a multitude of difficult decisions every minute… and that’s just in the first phase of the game!
I'm the Boss! : The Card Game
A version of Sid Sackson's classic negotiation game I'm the Boss! that's based on his original design of that game, is still all about negotiation, with players trying to end up with more money in hand than anyone else.