Games for the more serious gamer
Are you looking for the perfect game for someone who's already a dedicated gamer? These games tend to be a bit more complex and are more suited to the experienced gamer or anyone interested in the board game hobby.
#7 ALBS, English language edition
The most critically acclaimed board game of the last twenty years, Puerto Rico continues to wow people with its brilliant mechanics. Each player utilizes different roles (Mayor, Captain, Settler, Trader, Prospector, Craftsman, or Builder) to score...
The Princes of Florence
#4 ALBS, English language edition of Die Fürsten von Florenz
Experience the golden age of the Renaissance! Assume the role of the head of an Italian Aristocratic dynasty and lead your family like the Medici or Borgia. Build magnificent buildings, cultivate beautiful parks, and invite famous artists and...
#1 AMBS, English language edition
Slip on the role of clever court attendant and try your luck in the court of Louis XIV. Influence his next decrees. Relax in his radiance on his countless cushions. Bribe ministers and buy generals. Spin intrigue and spread your net in the empire of...
The year is 1289. To strengthen the borders of the Kingdom of France, King Philip the Fair decided to have a new castle built. For the time being, Caylus is but a humble village, but soon, workers and craftsmen will be flocking by the cartload...
For centuries, Samurai have represented unfailing courage, imperturbable loyalty and internal harmony. There are three Samurai forces: peasants, clergy and nobility. The way to power leads through these three: peasants, represented by rice fields,...
2015 English Edition
In 1703, Czar Peter the Great founded Saint Petersburg in Russia, which quickly earned the nickname “Paris of the East.” The Winter Palace, the Hermitage, the Church...
reprint of The Traders of Genoa
This is a reprint of the classic Traders of Genoa. It has a larger box and completely new graphics, but the important elements of gameplay remain the same.
Mare Nostrum: Empires
The ancient Romans called the Mediterranean Sea "mare nostrum", which is Latin for "our sea".