Players act as theater owners on Hollywood Boulevard in 1954 managing their theaters by purchasing various amenities such as advanced projection equipment. Players will choose films to screen to try to make more money than any of their competitors. Players can gain leverage through insider tips, previewing films and by advertising.
Bull Moose is a U. S. presidential election game designed by Patrick Stevens based on the 1912 election.
The election is represented by a straightforward, card driven, geographically based game where the winners of each state are decided by lot. The winning of the election and victory condition criteria is loosely based on the popular vote and not on how the electoral college actually functions.
An orange grove production game where you represent a co-op for helping orange ranchers receive support and best prices for their crops. Risk management and set collection mechanics weave you through this historic business game.
C. C. Higgins Rail Pass
A railroad board game that lets you relive the excitement of a railroad executive in the heyday of rail travel. Collect sets of the coveted rail passes as you travel the rails of historically and geographically authentic North American railroad companies of 1920. A simple, fast moving strategy game of skill without dice or chance cards, suitable for the entire family.
In 1905, the last great North American gold and silver rush took place near Death Valley, in Nevada. Bullfrog Goldfield is a stock trading game where players attempt to cash in on the discovery of this ore. Players must develop mines to acquire the ore, construct towns to support the miners, and lay railroads to ship the ore to the smelters. Competition can be brutal as railroads race across the desert to arrive at mines first, fortunes ebb and flow on the mercy of mineral veins, and hostile takeovers threaten hard-earned holdings. Only the development of mines brings chance into the game, luck is absent everywhere else.
Take on the role of an entrepreneur seeking to cash in on the war between the North and South by sneaking cash crops out and war goods in through the Union blockade. Resource management mixed with wartime action creates an exciting blend where nothing is certain! Whether motivated by patriotism, greed, or both, adventure and cash are to be had by all!
Takes the Conquest game to a whole new level, adding Castles with Drawbridges, Camels, Catapults, and Siege Engines. It also introduces movement in the fields between the standard playing positions. Additionally, new units can be built by paying moves.
A different kind of game that can be played with two, four, or six players divided into two teams. Simpler and faster than most wargames, it mixes in elements of Go and Poker to the maneuvering and logistics of a standard wargame. Bluffing, teamwork, and courage are the essential elements, and though good tactical sense is necessary, battles play quickly and simply. Small identical decks of cards minimize chance and reward shrewd decision-making.
Popular Front: Escalation
Popular Front: Escalation expands the base game by adding 54 cards and a new power for each faction, encouraging players to develop unique strategies for each of the six factions. It also introduces new retreat and naval combat rules that increase the strategic depth of the combat system. The stakes of each turn's political resolution have also been increased, as the next turn's turn order is based on this resolution.
The Last of the Independents
Build your way to financial success in the wide open market of post-WW2 America. Compete with other independents, the economy and the "Big Three" to excel in design, engineering and promotion of automobiles. This is a Euro-style resource management game that is easy to learn and encourages strategic planning.
A card driven strategy game representing the election of 1860. Players represent the four major parties (Constitutional Unionists, Northern Democrats, Republicans, and Southern Democrats) and attempt to win the presidency by defeating their opponents with dirty tricks, platform speeches, and the manipulation of key historical events. Relive the most critical part of U. S. history as you campaign across the country.
The Looney Bin
As the head of a ward at a psychiatric hospital, your goal is to diagnose and cure your patients faster than your colleagues. A simple deduction game for three to seven players with fast action/reaction card play and plenty of laughs.
Looney Bin: The North Wing
Allows you to continue the insanity by expanding The Looney Bin game for further fun. Expansion set includes 27 new patient cards and 34 new staff and action cards. One more therapy, Rorschach Ink Blot, doubles the amount of possible cures with 70 new symptom tiles allowing for up to 10 players.