Underwater Cities, one of the hottest games from Essen 2018, is finally coming back in stock: We are expecting new stock by the end of next week.
In Underwater Cities, which takes about 30-45 minutes per players, players represent the most powerful brains in the world, brains nominated due to the overpopulation of Earth to establish the best and most liveable underwater areas possible.
(Source: Publisher description)
If you haven’t heard about the game, here is a video review from No Pun Included:
But we also have good news for everyone who already owns the first edition of the game: we will get the Upgrade Kit which brings the game up to date with the same delivery. The Upgrade Kit will go online sometime next week and will cost £4.95.
The three Undo games (best described as Time Stories meets EXIT) were our hottest games at the UK Games Expo and are now available for everyone who missed out at the show. Sorcerer is my favourite card game at the moment: I played it at the UK Games Expo and managed to buy one of the demo copies from White Wizard Games. Have a closer look at it if you like Mage Wars!
And not to forget: Die Tavernen im Tiefen Thal is finally back in stock after we received lots of requests in the week after the UK Games Expo.
If you can’t get enough of Gaming Conventions, here is a new one: Roll Dice Gaming will happen on the 6th & 7th July in Bristol. And the best bit: Meeples’ Corner will be there with a selection of our stock and one or two demo tables to show you some of the new releases we will bring along.
If you want to see who else will be at the event, the exhibitor list is now online. It is not a bad lineup for a first-time event.
Tickets are available to buy online and are £10 for the whole weekend (or £6 for children).
I will open the collection option for orders the week before the event.
Jerry Hawthorne returns to the Adventure Book games: after Stuffed Fables his new game will be Aftermath.
In a world where all humans have mysteriously vanished, players will take on the role of a heroic rodent working to protect and provide for their colony.
Venture out into the ruins of mankind on 27 story driven missions. Collect useful scrap and food for your colony but beware of the predators lurking in the shadows. Use makeshift weapons to defend yourself and your allies.
– Play as a colorful cast of mice, hamsters, guinea pigs, and other critters. – Dynamic card play allows players to complete a wide variety of exciting actions. – Engage threats in desperate combat or try diplomacy for more peaceful solutions. – Complete missions to improve your colony and unlock new perks. – Explore a ruined suburbia from the eyes of a tiny creature.
Last weekend was the UK Games Expo at the NEC in Birmingham. Since we came back, I’ve been asked a lot about the hot games of the show. So here is a quick look at our bestsellers:
KeyForge: Call of the Archons – Decks & Starter Sets
Doppelt so clever (English Edition)
Die Tavernen im Tiefen Thal
Century – A New World
Star Wars: Outer Rim
The Quacks of Quedlinburg
Chronicles of Crime
The Quacks of Quedlinburg: The Herb Witches
Not surprisingly the hottest games were the ones that got released at the show and haven’t been available before like the new KeyForge set or Foothills. Wingspan also flew from the shelves and Wolfgang Warsch dominated the Top 10 with his latest four games.
The last ever game from the Ragnar Brothers is now in stock. The Romans is the third and last quantum game:
The Romans traces the history of the Roman Empire from its inception as a small Italian Kingdom, through its development and expansion as a Republic and thence to the full-blown Empire that dominated the classical world. Enemies mount challenges throughout the game and ultimately the barbarian invasions drive deep into the Empire with Rome itself as their target.
But this is not just a game of conquest. Senators grapple for power in the buildings of the capital and players will score victory points by developments through the game.