1941 : Race to Moscow
In 1941: Race to Moscow, you take command of one of the three German Army groups and advance towards Moscow! The game is based on the system used in 1944: Race to the Rhine, but the gameplay is much deeper. Armies are divided into armored and non-motorized, transports composed of trucks and trains. And the enemy — the Soviet army — is terribly strong.
1941 Race to Moscow: Giant Playing Matt
Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Release Date: Q2 2021; A giant eco-leather playing mat, printed on one side (1260x840 mm, 2 mm thick) with enlarged playing areas for easier gameplay.
Nanty Narking (Retail Edition)
Please allow 2-3 days for dispatch; Immersed deeply in the world of Dickens's and Doyle's literature, this game of bribery and murder puts you at the centre of the myths and legends of Victorian London! With each player drawing a secret character, each with their own specific victory conditions, you'll never quite know exactly what your rivals are scheming.
Successors (4th Ed)
When Alexander the Great died in 323 BC, he left no clear heir to the immense empire he had conquered. It was not long after his death that the Macedonian generals began to war among themselves over who would be the regent or successor to Alexander's empire. By 305 BC they had given up on succession and began to carve out their own kingdoms. Successors is a 2-4 player game based on those wars. Successors was first published in 1997 by Avalon Hill. Some years later a second edition rulebook was published that gave more options for the Tyche cards. Successors III built on the foundation of the Successors II rules set plus expansion cards that appeared in the Boardgamer. The fourth edition of Successors includes more generals, more scenarios, new Tyche cards, plenty of new components, and a changed map, with Libya and Cyrene being merged.