Bohnanza: Fun & Easy
German publisher Amigo Spiele will release Uwe Rosenberg's Bohnanza: Fun & Easy in September 2010. What's different with this version of Rosenberg's classic Bohnanza...
Agricola: The Goodies
Over the past years, many small expansions for Agricola were released, mostly in German language, as well as deluxe wooden pieces to complement the game....
limited edition of 2500; Be[a]nedict $9.99
Beans can now also grow in God's bean field. Bohn-edicts make the game fun.
Mamma Mia! Plus
multilingual edition in a tin
In this delicacy of a card game, the players are pizza bakers. They receive orders from the waiter, take ingredients from their supply and then shove everything in the oven in order to bake the requested pizza. Once all ingredients have been used up...
At the Gates of Loyang
(Temporarily Out of Stock)
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...
AgricolaEnglish language edition, no Z-deck $69.99
In Agricola (Latin for "farmer"), you're a farmer in a wooden shack with your spouse and little else. On a turn, you get to take only two actions, one for you and one for the spouse, from all the possibilities you'll find on a farm: collecting goods...
Bohnanza Fan Edition
English language edition
The difference in this version from the original German edition base game is that all the bean pictures are different and were supplied by fans of the game from around the world.
newer German edition $10.95
Ladybohn brings women and children beans into the world of Bohnanza.
Sleeping Bea[n]uty $10.95
As a bean prince, you're trying to find the sleeping Bohnröschen in the palace. You have to fight through thick bean vines and solve difficult tasks. Whoever reaches the palace first and brings along the most talers gets to wake Bohnröschen with a kiss.