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Europa Universalis: The Board Game

Europa Universalis is a strategy board game that give players a full 4X game experience in a historical setting. Through strategic use of cards and careful management of resources you will be able to expand your realm on the map board, while at the same time developing the internal machinery of the state on your player board. You must build diplomatic relations that support your ambition and you can explore far-away parts of the world. By recruiting skilled advisors and carefully investing Monarch Power in great ideas, province development and long term strategies, you may well be able to outshine your historical counterparts.

This is a game for 1–4 players (Deluxe Edition: 1–6), with a solo mode by Dávid Turczi. The board game is an adaption of the acclaimed strategy game series by Paradox Interactive, and captures the essense of the grandness that makes the computer game so magnificent.

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Crazy Neighbors

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Crazy Neighbors

Crazy Neighbors is a humorous game, soon coming to Kickstarter, where the players assume the roles of residents in a suburban neighborhood populated by a cast of crazy stereotypes who don’t get along very well.

Each player belongs to one of four exaggerated demographic groups, the Hippies, the Rednecks, the Culture Snobs or the Financial Elite. The people belonging to the different groups obviously cannot stand each other, and the goal of the game is to make sure that your preferred type of people move in to your neighborhood, and that the properties surrounding your opponents are populated by people they dislike. Meanwhile you can also upgrade your own property and bring all kinds of misfortune to your opponents. It is a game of hand management, card drafting and take that mechanics.

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Kampen om Norge (The Battle of Norway)

Kampen om Norge (Battle of Norway)

Kampen om Norge (The Battle of Norway) is a strategy board game about the German invasion of Norway in 1940. Each player takes control of the armed forces of either Norway, The Allies or Germany. Using plastic soldier playing pieces that represent armies, and cards that represent war ships, bombers, fighters and special actions, the players battle for control of the six victory cities on the board. Managing the resources you get from your playing cards is crucial to succeed.

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Now completely sold out. No new print-run is planned at the moment.