Vast : Miniatures Expansion
Take your game into a whole new dimension with highly-detailed miniatures for all of the roles, plus Treasure Chests, Crystals, Vaults, the entrance to the Cave itself, and MORE!
Vast: The Crystal Caverns Bonus Cards
A set of bonus cards for Vast: The Crystal Caverns, originally included as free extras for backers of the Kickstarter for the second printing and miniatures.
Vast: The Mysterious Manor
As the ultimate asymmetric board game, Vast: The Mysterious Manor provides a limitless adventure, playable again and again as you and your friends explore the five different roles in different combinations.
VCS : Salerno Special Order; MMP is proud to announce the creation of a new series of games, the "Variable Combat Series (VCS)." The Series opener is VCS Salerno, a game undertaking the nearly impossible task of depicting the 1943 Allied invasion of Southern Italy and places all of the invading forces on a single mapsheet.
Venice (Special Offer)
Set in the titular city in the 16th century, Venice lets players take the role of wealthy, influential merchants as they ride their gondolas up and down the city's canals, train their assistants, complete contracts, and leverage their influence to gain political power.
Versailles 1919, created by designers Mark Herman and Geoff Engelstein, allows you to experience this piece of history as one of the four leaders with a national agenda that must be satisfied.
Vertical (Special Offer)
In Vertical, you play a mountaineer on an evolving, demanding cliff face, competing against ruthless competitors to climb, which will be a problem since you've forgotten some of your equipment...
While Europe sits unprotected in Victorian Masterminds, you and other players send your henchmen to different cities to use their varied abilities, collect material for your steampunk-inspired contraptions, destroy buildings, and complete missions.
Victory at Sea Original 1992 Edition Reprint Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Release Date: Summer 2023; Victory at Sea, Original 1992 Edition is a strategic level game developed from Jedko’s popular naval game, War at Sea.
Vienna Connection is a standalone game inspired by the game mechanisms of Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game. In this game, players take on the roles of CIA agents sent to Europe in 1977 during the Cold War.
Vikings Gone Wild: Master of Elements Expansion
This expansion introduces a new type of resource: Elements; All cards from Units, Odin's Path and the newly introduced Artefacts, provide alternative effects triggered with these Elements.
Vikings On Board
Vikings on Board is a family-strategy/worker-placement game in which your objective is to set sail with your clan of Vikings on board the ships best supplied for a successful voyage, while simultaneously placing bets on which clan you think will control each ship as they set sail.
Villainy: Doom-Dealer Doers of Dastardly Deeds
As an aspiring super villain, you are trying to make your mark in the world. Villainy is a fun card-driven character building game featuring a hilarious uncontrolled narrative that unfolds differently every time.
Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Restock Date: May 2023; Big Band is a Vinyl expansion that continues to build on the base game of Vinyl and introduces the Window Display, Hits Chart, and a new way to form collections.
Viscounts of the West Kingdom
Viscounts of the West Kingdom is set at a time when the King’s reign began to decline, circa 980 AD.. Viscounts is the third stand-alone game in Garphill Games "West Kingdom Trilogy" of board games.
Viticulture: Moor Visitors Expansion
The Viticulture Moor Visitors Expansion, designed by famed designer Uwe Rosenberg (Agricola, Caverna, Patchwork) and Viticulture designers Jamey Stegmaier and Alan Stone, adds 40 new visitors to any version of Viticulture. Also included are corrected reprints of the Promoter and Harvest Machine cards.
Viticulture: Visit from the Rhine Valley
Visit from the Rhine Valley, an expansion for Viticulture, provides you with a new set of eighty visitor cards, which focus less on victory points and more on the wine business itself.