Frostpunk: The Board Game
Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Release Date: Early 2022; In Frostpunk: The Board Game, up to four players will take on the role of leaders of a small colony of survivors in a post-apocalyptic world that was hit by a severe ice age.
In Fuji, you play as a group of adventurers on their way to Japan‘s most famous volcano, Mount Fuji. But just before you arrive at your destination, the earth begins to shake and the volcano erupts! Now your group must escape the deadly lava flows as quickly as possible to reach the safe village.
Fuji Koro (Special Offer)
Players will try and gather sacred scrolls and blueprints for magical weapons, gather resources, craft the best possible gear, and try to get out of the volcano before it fully erupts. Fuji Koro can be played in a competitive mode with 2 to 6 players or a cooperative mode with 1 to 6 players.
In Futuropia, Friedemann Friese's big utopian economic game for 1-4 optimizers, players live in a future Utopian society that possesses desirable lifestyle qualities for all of its citizens. Too bad this is not today's reality...
Your intergalactic rig is blowing smoke, the space pirates are on your tail and your engine's just about to fall off. You might be regretting building your space ship without shields, still the cargo's got to delivered. Who said the future would be any easier than the past?
Ganymede is a development and tableau-building game in which players are corporations specialised in sending settlers to colonise the universe. To do so, you will recruit settlers on Earth, use shuttles to transport them to Mars, then to Ganymede where the settlers' ships launch base is located.
New Release; Stock due 19/20 November; Garum is a tile-laying game, which plays in about 30 minutes, it is language independent and features endless replayability, due to its board system, that ensures no two games are alike.
Gates of Delirium
In Gates of Delirium, players have a hand of split action cards: one side sane, and the other insane. Every round, one player decides whether the round is sane or insane, and all players must play that side of their cards.
Gates of Mara
Gates of Mara blends upgradeable worker placement with layered area-control mechanisms, all brought to life by the art of Nastya Lehn. You can lead reptilian dragonkin, the amphibious goblins, the insectoid antids, or the arboreal elves.
Glen More II: Chronicles
In Glen More II: Chronicles, each player represents the leader of a Scottish clan from the early medieval ages until the 19th century, a leader looking to expand their territory and wealth.
Gods Love Dinosaurs
In Gods Love Dinosaurs, a cheeky, wild, and timeless take on the scientific tale as old as life itself, you are a god who has been tasked with designing an ecosystem with a sustainable food chain of predator and prey animals.
Great Western Trail (Special Offer)
In Great Western Trail, you are rival cattlemen in 19th century America, herding cattle in a circular trail from the south of Texas to Houston, where your cattle are then shipped by train, earning you money and victory points.
In Greedy Kingdoms, you and an opponent compete in a test of wits. Can you bluff past them to collect the most resources and build two royal palaces first, or will the opponent outthink your plans and stop you at each turn?
Guardians of Legends
The goal is to find out what the other players are hiding... and have them discover your secrets in turn! Puzzles, strategy, exploration, risk: it's all on the cards as you do your utmost to win the most gold coin. Each game lasts between 30 and 45 minutes.
A civilisation-building game with an innovative card-selection system, Hadara lets players strategically select allies and develop new technologies to build their strength, culture, and prestige as they grow their civilisation through the epochs of human history.
Hako Onna is a Japanese horror-themed board game. One player takes the role of Hako Onna, a ghost lurking in a box in a haunted mansion, and the others are unlucky visitors of the mansion. Defeat, dispell or escape before Hako Onna turns all of you into servants!
Harbour is a worker placement game where players move their worker from building to building, collecting and trading Fish, Livestock, Wood, and Stone; and cashing those resources in to purchase buildings.