Category: Board Games
Category: 2-Player Games
The 6 Days of Glory
1814 - Reeling from their disastrous defeat at Leipzig the previous year, Napoleon and his army crossed the Rhine back into France. The Emperor hoped this great river barrier would provide him sufficient time to raise a new army. But, just as the Marie...
The Battle of Monmouth
AKA: Monmouth Courthouse
The Battle of Monmouth explores the fateful events of June 28, 1778 when the Continental Army led by George Washington attacked Sir Henry Clinton's British and Hessian column as it withdrew from Philadelphia and retreated across New Jersey to New York...
Your aim is to be the first of the two players to form a trio of your own pieces on the island set in the middle of the board. Movement is orthogonal. Capture is diagonal. However it can pay to sacrifice a piece in order to pull your opponent out of...
X: Die 4. Dimension
Get four of your pieces into a row on this 4x4x4 playing surface/art piece. Turns are simple: Place a marble, then rotate one of the four levels 90º. Different colors of pieces are available for those who just have to play yellow.
The night covers the gloomy alleys with darkness and only a few corners are still illuminated by the gaslights. Eight investigators have gathered to catch the cunning Jack the Ripper. But Jack is in fact cleverly impersonating one of them.
Quarto! has a 4×4 board and 16 pieces. Each piece has four dichotomous attributes – color, height, shape, and consistency
What happens when the hunter becomes the hunted?
In Tally Ho!, one player takes the role of the hunters and the lumberjacks; the other takes the role of the foxes and bears. Both players hunt each other!
The Rose King
England, 15th Century - On one side, the House of York, with its heraldic badge featuring a single, snow white rose.
Stratego Conquest is an entirely new Stratego game for two to four players. The game is played on a map of a small continent that forces players to confront each other on multiple fronts.
Relive and refight the Battle of Waterloo by leading your troops on as either Emperor Napoleon or the Duke of Wellington.