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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Dungeon Twister Dungeon Twister is a captivating and original game for two players, where their groups of characters try to escape from the dark rooms of a labyrinth filled with unforeseen dangers. As each player directs his own group of adventurers, their meeting... Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.
Fjords Together, the players first build the map of the fjords, adding their houses in strategic locations as they build. When the map is complete, the players claim territory, trying to block their opponent from as much as possible, while securing these... Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.
English language edition
List: $24.95 $19.99 (20% savings!)
Oceania Experience the fascination of exploring unknown island worlds. Each game unfolds a completely unique seascape, so that every game of Oceania is different! Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.
English language edition of Revolte in Rom
List: $29.95 $23.95 (20% savings!)
Sword of Rome Conquest of Italy, 263-272 BC Rome began the 4th century BC as no more than the leading city of a small league of Latin communities and ended it controlling all of Italy and on the doorstep to Western preeminence. Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.