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Store:  Strategy Games
Series:  Stonehenge
Theme:  Fighting
Genre:  Auction & Bidding, Racing
Format:  Board Games


An Anthology Boardgame

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Ages Play Time Players
10+ 30-60 minutes 3-5

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Product Description

Stonehenge has always been a mystery, its original purpose lost in time. Titanic Games asks the question: what would five world-class game designers make of such a location if they were the ones to discover it?

Titanic Games presents the world's first Anthology Board Game. They brought together five talented game designers and gave each of them the same board and pieces. Five unique designers resulted in five unique games: an Arthurian showdown by Richard Borg, a Stonehenge fire sale by James Ernest, a druidic election by Bruno Faidutti, a magical convocation by Richard Garfield, and an alien chariot race by Mike Selinker.

Product Information


  • 1 rulebook with five games
  • 1 game board
  • 1 deck of 65 cards
  • 5 plastic trilithons
  • 50 plastic disks
  • 50 plastic bars
  • 6 plastic pawns

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 1.5 in 1 review

by Mangler
Great Concept - No Great Game
January 17, 2008

Stonehenge - 5 Games by 5 Good Designers in one box and they encourage you to make games based on the design. What could go wrong? Well - A lot.

Bits: Great except the card (Do you hear that Richard Garfield). To small to be sleeved.

Games: Well I play all 5 and none were good. They were "sort" of fun but not lacking. I felt I could have got more for it.

End result: I felt empty and disappointed. The concept is great but none of the games are any good. I felt it would collect dust and not be played much.

If you want to design games go for this one. Otherwise, pass.

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