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International Gamers Awards

The International Gamers Awards were created to recognize outstanding games and designers, as well as the companies that publish them. The awards are truly international in scope, with committee members representing countries throughout the world. The goal of the IGAs is to truly select the 'best of the best' in two categories: General Strategy Games and Historical Simulation Games. We hope that this will lead to greater exposure for these wonderful games to more and more people and help spread the word of the "wonderful world of gaming" on a global scale.

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Best Strategy Game

Tikal English language edition Each player is the director of an expedition intent on exploring Tikal in search of the secret paths that lead to the temples and precious treasures that have remained hidden for over 1000 years. A player receives points during four scoring rounds for... Out of Stock


Best Strategy Game

Tikal English language edition Tikal is the most important and largest of all Mayan sites. It is located in the midst of an impenetrable jungle in northern Guatemala. The Mayans lived in Tikal from 600 BC to 900 AD, but little is known of the civilization that thrived there for... Out of Stock


Best Strategy Game

Tikal original German edition Tikal is the most important and largest of all Mayan sites. It is located in the midst of an impenetrable jungle in northern Guatemala. The Mayans lived in Tikal from 600 BC to 900 AD, but little is known of the civilization that thrived there for... Out of Stock


Best Strategy Game Nominee

Chinatown #2 ALBS Wheeling and Dealing in New York in the 30s. The world economic crisis is over--and like springtime, the city is flowering again. This is particularly true in Chinatown, that exciting quarter on the south side: new businesses, offices and... Out of Stock


Best Strategy Game Nominee

Chinatown New York in the 1960's. A new wave of Chinese immigrants is moving into Chinatown. The adoption of the new immigration act has launched the district in a demographic boom! It now reaches Canal Street to the north and Bowery Street to the east. The... Out of Stock


Best Strategy Game Nominee

Mamma Mia! English language edition Here a salami pizza, there a Bombastica. Hey, who stole the cheese! As Pizza makers, the players put ingredients on the table. From time to time a player may place an order on the table, thinking the needed ingredients are available. If they are,... Out of Stock


Best Strategy Game Nominee

Mit List und Tücke Have you ever wanted to bite someone in the knees just for "fun"? Then this game is for you. In this malicious game, you never take a trick alone, you must always share it. Here you want to keep the best cards for yourself and give your opponent... Out of Stock


Best Strategy Game Nominee

Ra English language edition Lead your dynasty through 2000 years of history in ancient Egypt. Gather as much fame and honor as possible. Place the most pharaohs. Establish unequalled monuments and use the fertility of the Nile. But don't neglect your people and their culture. And... Out of Stock


Best Strategy Game Nominee

Ra multilingual edition Strive for power by collecting tiles that represent various aspects of economic, spiritual, and technological growth. The players acquire the tiles by bidding for them in auctions. The currency for these auctions are tokens given to players by Ra, the... Out of Stock


Best Strategy Game Nominee

Ra #1 ALBS, German edition Lead your dynasty through 2000 years of history in ancient Egypt. Gather as much fame and honor as possible. Place the most pharaohs. Establish unequalled monuments and use the fertility of the Nile. But don't neglect your people and their culture. Out of Stock


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