Who doesn't know them? The pyramids on the Nile - eternal monuments of an ancient advanced civilisation - breathtaking architecture. The pharaohs build their own memorial and thank Amun-Re and the other Gods.
Take in the magnificent scenery of this vast countryside by hiking a trail surrounded by fruit trees, wheat fields, and sunflowers! You'll be unable to resist the juicy apples and sweet strawberries you'll find along the way. This rustic new variant of Carcassonne is alive with interesting decisions and intriguing tactics. Gathering a fine harvest, traveling far and wide, and taking care of your animals is reward enough, but it might just win you the game!
Georges Nagelmackers, founder of the fabled “Orient Express,” finally has some competition: YOU! Like him, you are a railroad entrepreneur, trying to attract many wealthy passengers to your line, for whom you’ll need to ensure the trip is as prestigious as possible.
Over three epochs, guide the growth of your civilization as new ideas emerge; take great strides forward in the many fields of human achievement to build an empire more glorious than any other! Skilled artisans, philosophers, warriors, and architects from different cultures will bring their genius to aid you in your endeavors, but it rests with you to choose the best allies to build your strength and prestige.
Czar Peter the Great founded Saint Petersburg in Russia in 1703, which quickly earned the nickname “Paris of the East.” The Winter Palace, the Hermitage, the Church of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, and many other buildings still amaze visitors from around the world today. Czar Peter reformed Russia and led it out of the Middle Ages and into the Modern Age.
In Sykliners, players search high (and low) for victory. Together, the players build a city of skyscrapers, floor by floor. However, each player is striving to make their own skyline the most beautiful.
Celebrate ten years of the classic worker placement game with this special anniversary edition. Persevere through the heat of summer and the harsh cold of winter to build the foundation of human civilization.
The hanging gardens were one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world, as all history courses teach. But, did they actually exist? Nothing remains of their reported splendor, which was built for the eyes of Amyitis.