Carcassonne, winner of three major awards in 2001, is so popular that an entire franchise of games has followed it. Some of these games are expansions to the original game while others are completely new stand-alone games. Trust us, even if you don't think you like games, get this one and you'll be hooked!
Carcassonne: Inns & Cathedrals
In this new, redesigned edition of the first expansion for Carcassonne, you will have the opportunity to erect imposing cathedrals that increase the value of your cities, while Inns along your roads will double the value of your thieves.
Carcassonne: Count, King & Robber
This sixth expansion for Carcassonne presents players with 4 mini-expansions. The Count of Carcassonne helps players take over sections that are under another player’s control. The River 2 creates an interesting...
Carcassonne: Castles, Bridges, & Bazaars
Traveling peddlers come into the country and organize bazaars,
where haggling as art is performed. At the same time, engineers with new bridges drive road construction and small castles are built
everywhere to secure the region.
Carcassonne: Abbey & Mayor
(Temporarily Out of Stock)
With this expansion, the players have new possibilities of strengthening their influence in the area around Carcassonne. Now traveling merchants transport their goods to surrounding cities and monasteries. The cities in the surrounding countryside can...
Carcassonne: The Discovery
English language edition of Carcassonne: Neues Land
This is a standalone game in the Carcassonne series. Regions are not automatically scored when completed. Instead, you can choose to score any one of your meeples on your turn, but get more points if the region has been completed.
The Kids of Carcassonne
English language edition of Die Kinder von Carcassonne
On 14 July, the national holiday in France, the sheep, chickens and cows are set free in the town of Carcassonne. The children have lots of fun catching the animals before dusk.