Luxor: The Mummy's Curse Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Delivery Date: September 2023; Luxor: The Mummy's Curse contains four different expansion modules that can be combined in any combination with the Luxor base game.
The Danish city of Copenhagen is traversed by canals and harbors, and part of it — "Nyhavn" (New Harbor) — is famous for the colorful gabled houses along the water. In the game Copenhagen, players must design new façades for these houses so that they fit seamlessly into this beautiful harbor setting.
Copenhagen: Roll & Write features gameplay similar to the Copenhagen board game, but with players now finishing the facade of their building thanks to the colors shown on rolled dice, not drafted and played cards.
Escape : The Curse of the Temple Reprint Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Release Date: July 2023; You are a team of adventurers – trapped in a cursed temple. Together you must activate the magic gems in the temple chambers in order to banish the curse.
Kingdom Builder Big Box 2nd Edition Reprint Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Delivery Date: May 2023; Kingdom Builder: Big Box includes the four expansions Nomads, Crossroads, Marshlands and Harvest as well as three Queenies (Capitol, Caves and Island).
Liguria Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Delivery Date: March 2023; Liguria is a prequel to the award-winning game Fresco. As a standalone game, it tells the story of how the colors came to the markets of the Ligurian cities to paint the beautiful frescos.
Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Delivery Date: March 2023; The Merlin Big Box contains a new expansion, Morgana, as well as the Arthur and Knights of the Round Table Expansions, as well as the two Queenies. It also features some upgraded components.
Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Delivery Date: March 2023; Tower defence and set building combined, use your skills to defeat the Orcs that are advancing towards the tower and them claim their power.
Wallenstein Big Box Available to Pre-Order; Estimated Delivery Date: March 2023; Wallenstein is set during the Thirty Years’ War, when military leaders roamed the country, fighting for dominance while building palaces and churches.