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1844 / 1854 1844 / 1854
£89.99
Out of stock
1844 / 1854 1844 (by Helmut Ohley) follows the start of public railway operations in the year 1844 in Switzerland. The game incorporates 7 private companies, 5 mountain railroads, 5 tunnel operators and a total of 15 railroad corporations. 1854 (by Leonhard Orgler) is set inside the current geographical boirder of Austria. The game incorporates tunnels, a local map in order to build the local netw…
1853 1853
£59.99
1 in stock
1853 1853 is the new edition of Francis Tresham's classic game about railway building in colonial India. It is part of the acclaimed 18xx™ series. We've given this elegant 20th Anniversary edition a total makeover. 3-6 players use their initial money to capitalize railroad companies and blanket India with an ever-changing railway network. Different rail guages add a new twist, even for experienced…
Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small - The Big Box Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small - The Big Box
£31.99
Out of stock
Lookout Games > Agricola > ... ALL CREATURES BIG AND SMALL - THE BIG BOX You are farmers raising sheep, pigs, cows, and horses. Three workers help you keep the animals on your farm. Each round, you take turns placing your workers on action spaces to enclose pastures, build stalls and stables, and upgrade your farm. The winner is the player with who raised the most animals and built the most valuab…
Barenpark Barenpark
£36.99
7 in stock
Bärenpark Your town is planning a new bear park. And you have been contracted to build it! Since animal welfare and species-appropriate housing is a matter dear to your heart, you're going to build large enclosures and specious animal houses. However, it's not as easy as it sounds to fit everything within the space you've been given, so skillful puzzling is key to getting the most valuable animals…
Barenpark: The Bad News Bears Barenpark: The Bad News Bears
£20.99
4 in stock
BÄRENPARK: THE BAD NEWS BEARS Your bear park is expanding... because the grizzlies are coming! That's right, some of the biggest bears on earth will be making their new home in your park. Their habitats need to be huge though, so do your best to fit them in any way you can! And with a bigger park, you'll also need to give your guests a way to get around. That's where your brand new monorail system…
Caverna - The Cave Farmers Caverna - The Cave Farmers
£89.99
Out of stock
CAVERNA - THE CAVE FARMERS You cultivate the forest in front of your cavern and dig deeper into the mountain throughout the game. By furnishing rooms in your caverns you make space to grow your tribe and and create new goods from your resources. Deeper into the mountain you will find fountains as well as ore and gem mines. It's on you to decide how much ore and gems you want to mine, giving you th…
Caverna: Cave vs Cave Caverna: Cave vs Cave
£27.99
1 in stock
CAVERNA - CAVE vs CAVE You are standing before a cleft in the mountain: the new home of your dwarf tribe. There is a lot of work to be done with only two pairs of helping hands at the start. Soon more members of your tribe will be able to help but there is no time tobe wasted. Another nearby tribe is seemingly doing better than you. So, chop, chop! Cut into the mountain, furnish cavern after caver…
Caverna: Cave vs Cave Era II - The Iron Age Caverna: Cave vs Cave Era II - The Iron Age
£16.99
Out of stock
CAVERNA - CAVE vs CAVE: ERA II Caverna - Cave vs. Cave enters a new era: the Iron Age! This expansion offers four new rounds for one or two players, age 12 and up. The name giving iron is a new "tech tree", starting with iron ore, which needs to be mined with the help of donkeys due to its weight, that can be smelted to iron ingots and later be forged to weapons. The expansion actually extends the…
Foothills Foothills
£31.99
1 in stock
FOOTHILLS The enthusiasm for railways grew with the development of steam power at a time when horsedrawn wagons were no longer sufficient to meet the transportation demands of industry. In Wales, rich deposits of ore, coal, stone and slate needed to find their way out of the rugged hills to the rapidly-expanding ports and (from there) the rest of the world. Many of these distinct, individual Welsh…

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