The Games

Featured for Live Tournaments in 2019

Lords of Waterdeep

Peter Lee & Rodney Thompson's worker placement game in a Dungeons & Dragons city.
2014, 2016 - 2019

Puerto Rico

Andreas Seyfarth's role selection game.
2014 - 2019

Great Western Trail

Alexander Pfister's deck-building game of cattle herding and economic development in the American west.
2018 - 2019

Catan

Michael Kiesling's tile laying game.
2019

Stone Age Box

Stone Age

Bernd Brunnhofer's worker placement game set in the Stone Age.
2014 - 2019

St. Pete Box

Saint Petersburg

Bernd Brunnhofer's card game set in Imperial Russia.
2014 - 2019

Ticket to Ride

Alan R. Moon's railroad game of railroad route building in the USA.
2014 - 2019

Castles of Burgundy Cover

Castles of Burgundy

Stefan Feld's game of rolling dice and placing tiles.
2015 - 2019

Splendor Cover

Splendor

Marc Andre's railroad set collection card game.
2015 - 2019

Terraforming Mars

Jacob Fryxelius's game of making Mars habitable.
2018 - 2019

Featured for Online Tournaments

Agricola

Worker placement game that is a favorite with competitive gamers. A new version is carried by Lookout in the US.
2015

Thurn & Taxis

Card drafting and route building game about the early postal system in Bavaria.

Castles of Burgundy Cover

Castles of Burgundy

Stefan Feld's game of rolling dice and placing tiles.
2015-2018

Brass

Martin Wallace's game of economic development in Britain's early industrial age.

Through the Ages

Vlaada Chvatil's card drafting civilization building game.

Retired Featured Games

7 Wonders

Antoine Bauza's card drafting and set collection game of ancient civilizations.
2014

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Dominion

Donald X. Vaccarino's deck building game.
2014-2015

Russian Railroads Box

Russian Railroads

Helmut Ohley and Leonhard Orgler's worker placement railroad game.
2015

Catan

Klaus Teuber's classic early Euro gameset on a mythical island of Catan. Published in 1995 by KOSMOS. Originally named Settlers of Catan, it has been rebranded as Catan.
2014, 2017, 2018

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Power Grid

Friedemann Friese's economic game of power production.
2014-2017

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