Ankh: Gods of Egypt

£67.98

Anno 1800

£35.28

Bristol 1350

£19.97

Maracaibo

£54.19

Res Arcana

£27.77

Root

£38.48

Scythe

£52.89
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Ankh: Gods of Egypt

£67.98

Ancient Egyptians worshipped many gods, each in control of different aspects of everyday life. However, times are changing and the population has begun worshipping a smaller and smaller number, melding different gods together and focusing their admiration to only a few. As this continues, they head towards a monotheistic society. The gods, sensing what is happening, are fighting among themselves to become the one god that the populace gives their adoration. One will be worshipped. The others will be forgotten.

In Ankh, players take on the role one of the gods of ancient Egypt. They will compete against one-another for followers. They’ll do this by dedicating monuments to their worship, recruiting great monsters from Egyptian lore to show their power, divide the desert with camel caravan trade routes, and fight one-another for the love of the people. In the end, only one will remain as the one true god of the land.

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Anno 1800

£35.28

Anno 1800 is an epic city-building strategy board game based on Ubisoft’s popular PC game of the same name. Players strive to build up their industrial might as they develop an island society at the dawn of the industrial age. Investing in their nautical fleets enables trade and expansion to new territories in the old and new worlds, but players must focus above all on maintaining the health and happiness of the citizens of their home islands.

-20%

Bristol 1350

£19.97

You are racing down the streets, desperate to escape into the safety of the countryside. If your cart is the first out of town you and your cart-mates win! Or do you? Some villagers on your cart may secretly already have the plague. If you leave town with a plagued villager on your cart, you will catch the plague and lose! What will you do to make sure that doesn’t happen? And who will you trust (or betray) along the way?

Bristol 1350 is a light strategy and social deduction game for 1-9 players. Learn in 10 minutes and play in 20-40 minutes.

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Maracaibo

£54.19

The Caribbean in the 17th Century: You are seafarers and adventurers, trying to increase your reputation with various nations, establish strong alliances, and obtain wealth and fame.

You must go all out to win — your opponents do not rest. Only if you manage to successfully implement your plans, victory shall be yours! This can be achieved through different strategies, upgrading your ship to a mighty vessel, engaging in combat, working as a privateer, building a network of assistants, setting off on expeditions, fulfilling quests, and much more.

But beware: your manoeuvres should be carefully planned because the end of a round can come quickly!

Immerse yourself in a colourful world full of adventures and opportunities. A new and splendid design by the master of strategic games – Alexander Pfister.

A unique story mode: You can optionally play Maracaibo as a campaign, experiencing an exciting story as you go. In the process, several surprises change how the game plays out!

Climb aboard and set sail for Maracaibo!

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Res Arcana

£27.77

In Res Arcana, 2-4 alchemical mages vie for control of ancient monuments and places of power. Use your magical essences and items to build artefacts, activate their powers, and command dragons. The mage with the most victory points wins!

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Root

£38.48

Root is a game of woodland might and right. Stalk the woods as one of the Vagabonds, seize the initiative with the Eyrie birds of prey, rule over your subjects as the Marquise de Cat, or command the Woodland Alliance to create a new order. With creatures and cunning, you’ll rule a fantastic forest kingdom in the ultimate asymmetric game of adventure and war.

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Scythe

£52.89

It is a time of unrest in 1920s Europa. The ashes from the first great war still darken the snow. The capitalistic city-state known simply as “The Factory,” which fueled the war with heavily armoured mechs, has closed its doors, drawing the attention of several nearby countries.

Scythe (1-5 players, 115 minutes) is a board game set in an alternate-history 1920s period. It is a time of farming and war, broken hearts and rusted gears, innovation and valour.

In Scythe, each player represents a fallen leader attempting to restore their honour and lead their faction to power in Eastern Europa. Players conquer territory, enlist new recruits, reap resources, gain villagers, build structures, and activate monstrous mechs.