Carcassonne: Cult, Siege & Creativity
AKA: Cult, War, and Creativity
This Carcassonne expansion combines 4 war tiles and 3 blank tiles with the 5 cult tiles from the German expansion Graf, König und Konsorten.
Venice was founded by refugees from northern Italy who hid themselves in the swamps and on the numerous islands of the Brenta delta during the invasions of the Huns and the Langobards. The name Venice comes from the tribe known as the Venet. Through...
Carcassonne: Abbey & Mayor
English language edition of Carcassonne: Abtei und Bürgermeister
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 DiscoveryEnglish 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 first expansion to the revolutionary Stonehenge: An Anthology Board Game is Stonehenge: Nocturne. This expansion continues the tradition of bringing the best board game designers in the world together to work on different games using the same pieces.
New World: A Carcassonne Game
English language edition of Carcassonne: Mayflower
In this Carcassonne game, players begin as the early settlers of the United States did on the east coast of America. As they explore westward, they build towns, farms, roads, and compete to score more points than the others players. As exploration...
Mesopotamia: Expansion Cards
Try these cards in your next game of Mesopotamia! The Mesopotamia Expansion cards contain seven cards and four new designs: Piety, Thunderstorms, Epidemic, Reflection.
The Downfall of Pompeii
The 2013 second edition of The Downfall of Pompeii includes three dual vent tiles and a new "Dual Vent" variant.
Anasazi: Lost Pueblos of the Ancients
In the 1880's, a rancher and trader named Richard Wetherill became the first white man to explore the ruins left behind by the Ancestral Puebloans of the American Southwest. He called these people "Anasazi", the term used by his Navajo friends...
Carcassonne: the Tower
English language edition of Carcassonne: Der Turm
Each Carcassonne expansion adds more unique mechanics to the game, and Carcassonne: the Tower is no exception. Certain tiles now allow players to erect towers that then allow them to "capture" the followers of an opponent.