Founders of Gloomhaven
Founders of Gloomhaven is a competitive tile-placement, action-selection, city-building game in which each player controls a fantastical race working to build the city of Gloomhaven and gain influence over its residents.
In Free Radicals, players take control of one of ten fully asymmetrical factions, each with its own path to earn resources, power, and the knowledge stored in the "Free Radicals", which are giant mysterious objects that appeared around the world, causing a huge evolutionary leap in technology.
Freedom : The Underground Railroad
Can you work together and bring about the end of Slavery? Careful planning is needed as you need to balance the freeing of slaves against the acquisition of funds to keep your movement active.
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...
Game of Thrones : The Iron Throne
In Game of Thrones: The Iron Throne, which uses the game systems from Cosmic Encounter, you and your friends each command one of the Great Houses of Westeros, pitting iconic characters against each other in epic battles and schemes. Negotiate, bluff, forge alliances, threaten your rivals — use every tool at your disposal to spread your influence, establish supremacy, and claim the ultimate prize: the Iron Throne!
Ganymede (Special Offer)
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.
Gentes is a civilization game with an innovative timing mechanism. Players take the role of an ancient people who are attempting to develop by building monuments and colonizing or founding new cities in the Mediterranean sea.
Give Me the Brain!
Working in fast-food is hell. All the employees are zombies, and you can't find a single brain amongst them. Except for the brain part - there is, in fact, one brain - that's the premise of Give Me the Brain!
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.