Category: Strategy Games
A fast playing card game where players blind bid for Dynasty cards such as warriors, nobles, bureaucrats, peasants and merchants.
Great Battles of History #12
Ran is the 12th volume in the Great Battles of History series, and the second game on the battles of the Samurai (following GMT's Samurai (Vol. V)). Ran covers several of the less famous of the Sengoku Jidai, the Age of Warring States (more or less), in..
At the Gates of Loyang
English language edition of Vor den Toren von Loyang
China, 2000 years ago. Loyang has risen to become the capital of the Han Dynasty and one of the four main capitals of ancient China. In the booming economic climate, the people of this flourishing city require an improved supply of basic foodstuffs...
rethemed edition of Wallenstein
As warlords in 16th-century Japan, the players attempt to secure a position of dominance for their respective clans. The most successful Daimyo at the end of the game will become shogun.
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Rule From the Shadows
Japan, 1605 – Hidetada Tokugawa succeeds his father as the new Shogun. He rules the country from Edo (aka Yedo), the city known in present times as Tokyo...
English language edition
Life pulsates on the floating markets of the Far East. The junks lie tightly together, loaded to the bursting point with exotic goods from all over the world. Merchants and their assistants move busily from ship to ship over narrow wooden planks...
#13 ALBS, English language edition
Macao, the mysterious harbor city on the south coast of China, is the Portuguese trading center in the far east at the end of the 17th century. The players take on the roles of the energetic adventurers who sought their fortunes in Macao. Whether as...
Wasabi! is a light and fast game where you compete against other players to assemble your quota of unique sushi recipes in a rapidly dwindling space. Players draw a variety of delicious ingredients into their hand from the pantry and play them one at a...
Kassen, or "Battle," takes place in 1542 during the last part of the Muromachi era. On a 6x6 battlefield board players insert war power tiles from the edge, and when the last tiles is inserted, the powers are compared both horizontally and vertically...