• Draco & Co.

    Draco & Co.

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0ADraco is the king of all rogues and bandits. He gets his name, not because of his fierce temper, but because of his terrible breath! Draco’s “Company” is the feared “Round Table Gang”, a band of brigands who scour the kingdom’s roads for loot and plunder. Every night, Draco and the gang gather together at the Shady Dragon Tavern to divide up the day’s loot.x0Dx0AIn addition to his breath, Draco is famous for his drinking. He loves a good party! And when he starts to get “happy” he starts handing out treasure. Whenever someone proposes a toast, Draco gives rewards to the group of thieves on his good side. However, Draco does love his money, so he makes any player on his bad side give up some of their treasure at the same time.x0Dx0AWith the aid of drink and furious fawning and elbowing, all the gang members try to stay on Draco’s good side and avoid his bad. All in an effort to gain the bandit King’s favor, and consequently get a bigger part of the loot.

    $28.00

    Draco & Co.

    $28.00
  • Dune

    Dune

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0ASet thousands of years in the future, Dune the boardgame is based on the Frank Herbert novels about an arid planet at the heart of the human space empire’s political machinations.x0Dx0ADesigned by the creators at Eon of Cosmic Encounter fame, some contend that the game can best be described as Cosmic Encounter set within the Dune universe, but the two games bear little in common in the actual mechanics or goals; they’re just both set in space. Like Cosmic Encounter, it is a game that generates a lot of player interaction through negotiation and bluffing, but that can be said of numerous unrelated games.x0Dx0APlayers each take the role of one of the factions attempting to control Dune. Each faction has special powers that overlook certain rules in the game. Each turn players move about the map attempting to pick up valuable spice while dealing with giant sandworms, deadly storms, and other players’ military forces.

    $90.00

    Dune

    $90.00
  • Formula De: Budapest/Nurnberg

    Formula De: Budapest/Nurnberg

    Expansion for Formula De.

    $30.00
  • Mytery on the Nile

    Mytery on the Nile

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0APlayers compete against each other to determine who stole Lokita Posperita’s pearl necklace in a limited number of turns. This is accomplished by looking at pairs of evidence cards at different locations around the steamship and attempting to make a match. Players can switch cards with those on the board to either create matches or throw off their opponents (“red herrings”). The player who gathers the most evidence by the time the steamship Cleopatra pulls into the harbor in Cairo wins.

    $38.00
  • Phoenix

    Phoenix

    From the Publisher:x0Dx0AThe game contains a forest of wood: 6 ight spectrum large cubes in different colors and thirty smaller pawns, 5 each in six different colors that match the larger cubes. There are also fifty cards that determine the movement

    $29.00

    Phoenix

    $29.00