Everyone knows of the pyramids on the Nile - eternal monuments of a powerful and beautiful culture that can still take our breath away. The players (leaders of a royal Egyptian family) choose their sites, build their pyramids, and thank Amun-Re and the other gods for their bounty. In Amun-Re, each pharaoh wants to build the most pyramids. To accomplish this, they must first acquire a province where they can trade and farm. With their profits, they can buy new provinces and building stones to erect pyramids. For all their actions, players must make clever use of their power cards and always offer appropriate sacrifices to Amun-Re.
Amun-Re: 20th Anniversary Edition features new modules that can be added to the game: Officials Variant: The Officials variant can only be played with two or three players. It gives players an additional Scribe for bidding. Each round players will bid for two provinces, keeping control of just one and gaining the Officials card from the other. The Officials cards offer exciting instant bonuses. Afterlife Expansion: The Afterlife expansion adds a fourth item you can buy in the market phase - Tomb tiles. Players place the tiles into their own personal pyramid shape, starting with a base of up to five tiles. Each placed tile gives the player a bonus, and this bonus is multiplied if the tile is placed on top of matching tiles within the pyramid. At the end of the game, each completed row of tiles is worth points. Statues Expansion: In each of the first three rounds, grand statues are added to certain provinces. These statues each grant unique powers to the player who controls the province in which they are built. This expansion adds extra interest to the auction phase and gives players their own player powers that may vary each time. The statues will be miniatures representing Egyptian gods. Pharaoh Mini Expansion: This mini expansion adds tension to the auction phase by rewarding players for overbidding other players. The Pharaoh moves to each province that is overbid, and at the conclusion of the auctions the player who wins the province with the Pharaoh receives a token that grants extra rewards in the subsequent offerings phase.
Welcome to the world of Arborea. You are a Patron Spirit, guiding your villagers to heal and grow the landscape around them by sending them on pilgrimages and building your personal Ecosystem. Arborea is a worker placement euro game where time, and planning ahead, is key.
During the game, players will place workers on Action Tracks ("Pilgrimage"). These tracks will then advance, moving all workers with them. The farther the Action Tracks move, the better the Rewards gained when workers are activated. These rewards may help Players to contribute to the Shared Resource Track, make offerings to the great and wise Sages to invest in future gifts, or attract animals to the land of Arborea. Explore different Seasons each game for new opportunities and paths to take. Take from the Shared Resources to build your personal Ecosystem, overlaying terrain cards to build habitats and placing animals for end game Victory Points.
Develop the Autobahn, building and upgrading Germany's Federal Highway system to improve your standing in the Bundes Autobahn organisation.
Build Roads, Manage the Shipping of Goods, and Promote Employees to optimise your strategy and make the best contributions to the ever expanding Autobahn.
Catstronauts is a family speed and sequence game where players race to match their numbered catstronauts by slamming their cats down on each planet card in the correct order. With 16 ?meeples? that can be customized with 16 unique cat face stickers, players can build their purr-fect team of expert Catstronauts.
Set in the early 20th century of entrepreneurs and chocolatiers experimenting with new ways to create and market chocolates, YOU are assigned the task of chief chocolate maker! Chocolate Factory is a euro game of literal factory building and moving (using a pushable conveyer belt component) chocolates you must complete the most amount of chocolates required by retailers for the best value. The game also features wooden chocolate pieces and a movable conveyer belt making the physicality blended with euro mechanics a unique experience.
Players are each given a starting player board which will have two Factory parts which apply to a physical conveyer belt. The conveyer belt part of the player board contains long slot with an empty region in which to push square tiles along. The tiles will house the chocolate pieces players will manipulate throughout the game. During the game players will initially draft new factory parts (to add to their player board) and specialists (one time use cards with special powers). Then each player will ?push? three times cocoa into their machines. During each ?push? players will be able to use fuel and their factory parts to manipulate their Chocolate pieces. Careful consideration will be required for the spatial element of the game as Chocolate pieces can only be manipulated during a push by the Factory part that is adjacent to their tile. Players score points by creating chocolates for public and personal objectives. The player with the most points at the end wins.
Dice Theme Park is a dice manipulation board game, all about creating and running your own park of fairground attractions. In Dice Theme Park, you are the park managers, trying to create the most successful theme park in the area, by getting your customers on the most rides possible! The dice in the game represent the customers, with hex tiles representing the rides in your park. Employing a unique "Dice-cascade" mechanic once a customer has enjoyed a ride, their dice value is reduced, but they can still continue to enjoy more rides in the theme park until their value drops to 0 where they exit.
This means the more efficiently you can move your dice around to activate the most rewarding rides, the more points and money you receive! Dice Theme Park also features a card based turn initiative mechanic, decided by your special action role cards (with values 1-6), with players selecting two cards each turn. The lowest total will gain first choice of the customer dice draft and ride tiles that round. At the end of the round those cards will then be passed to the player on your left. Dice Theme Park is more interactive and slightly more complex than Dice Hospital, so it's perfect for those looking for a more challenging experience with more ways to score and play, whilst still keeping that same engaging and satisfying feel every time it is played.
Upgrade your Dice Theme Park board game with this Deluxe Add-Ons Box.
The Eternal Palace has fallen into disrepair. As the leader of a noble house seeking the favour of the Emperor you plan to aid in its reconstruction. Collect the materials you need to contribute to rebuilding the Palace monuments, and commemorate the restoration by creating a beautiful painting of his beloved gardens.
Will your efforts catch the eye of the Emperor, or will your rival nobles be honoured instead? Only one house will win the Emperor?s ultimate recognition.
Eternal Palace is a highly interactive dice-placement Euro game for 1-5 players. Players assign workers, represented by dice, to locations based on their combined value. You'll visit locations to gain resources, rebuild monuments, and gather painting pieces for your masterpiece.
This Deluxe Add-On Box contains four unpainted miniatures.
Kittin is an easy to learn, fast-paced and fun dexterity game for all the family. Flip a card, grab your cat meeples, and get building! The quickest player will win the cat-stacking race! Increase the fun with hilarious team rules!
Prepare your adventurers for a challenging dungeon exploration in Paper Dungeons, a roll-and-write game that seeks to reproduce the feel of a dungeon-crawler.
In the game, you control a classic group of medieval adventurers: warrior, wizard, cleric, and rogue. In each of the nine rounds, you select three of the six rolled dice and use these results to raise the level of your characters, produce magic items, obtain healing potions, and explore the dungeon to face challenges and collect treasure. You'll also find three large monsters waiting in the dungeon, and you can fight them for glory.
In the end, whoever collects the most glory wins.
The once thriving Roman empire is falling apart. It's time to claim the empire's lands for yourself and increase your power. You just have to make a good trade: Offer a set of lands that will appeal to your opponents but make sure that you'll get a better deal in the end. Divide and swap lands with "I cut, you choose" gameplay, outguesing your opponents and making clever trades to create a prosperous domain and build a new Rome In A Day.
Star Fighters: Rapid Fire combines the excitement of real-time dice rolling with tactical starship combat. Each player hops into the cockpit of their own starfighter and duels it out in a dog fight to prove who is the superior pilot. The game plays in multiple modes 1 vs 1, 3 player free-for-all, 2 vs 2, or a solo mode where a single starfighter attacks an orbital space station.
Players must balance the pressure of real-time play while making good tactical and strategic decisions. The game only ends when one starfighter is destroyed. The pilot that hits the finishing blow gets all the glory and is the winner.
Tinners' Trail is a thematic Euro game, set in 19th century Cornwall. You play as a mining conglomerate at the height of the tin and copper mining industry. You must buy plots of land across Cornwall in auctions and survey them for tin and copper, always managing your 'work points' and money effectively.
Once you have a mine in place, it's time to extract the ore, and make a profit! However, the deeper your mine goes the more expensive the process gets. You'll have the opportunity to improve your mines with infrastructure like ports, train stations, and adits (drainage tunnels), but there's only so many improvements to go around... Can you outplay the competition and make the most money or will you be left without two shillings to rub together?
Deluxe Addons Pack for Tinner?s Trail including 2 mini expansions
Tungaru sets players as early Polynesians in this dice placement and resource conversion, euro game. Players will jump from island to island in an effort to recruit Nomads as new tribe members, settle on land, spread their culture and exchange goods.
In a time when early sea-faring Polynesians roamed the Pacific they came across the archipelago of Tungaru, today also known as Gilbert Islands. Rich in nutrients and resources they set about colonising these lands and spreading their culture.
Players use dice as workers, Leader cards which are blind revealed which are then given to your neighbour and custom shaped meeples specific to their tribe. All in an effort to be the most successful tribe!