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We are back

A Happy New Year to you all! The new year is already a week old and we are back at the shop and after two days of sorting through emails and orders, everything is now back to normal.

On my to-do-list for this week are:

  • working my way through some new price lists from our suppliers and add interesting pre-orders to the website
  • add new special offers for this months
  • check the new releases on Thursday morning and add everything to the website before the weekend.

There is only one new release we are waiting for later this week:

Tales of Glory cover

All heroes need to prove their worth! In Tales of Glory, the players play emerging heroes. Each turn represents a year in the heroes’ lives, and each player decides what their hero has done that year (defeated a monster, looted treasure, met people, etc.) to try to gain glory. After ten turns, the player with the most glory wins.
Each turn, players simultaneously select a quest they want to do from a common pool. They then have to pay the cost of the quest and place it on their “path of life” connected to another quest they already made or their departure area.
Some quests such as slaying monsters bring immediate glory points while others are affected by what players have done before or will do afterwards on their path of life.

(Source: publisher description)

But we have a few restocks lined up:

  • on Friday all the Concordia maps, the base game and the Salsa expansion will be back
  • Masters of Renaissance, the Lorenzo Il Magnifico card game, will also be back in stock before the weekend
  • but the highlight is Maracaibo (2nd Edition / all misprints have been corrected), which should arrive at the shop early next week

Maracaibo Mini-Expansion

Game’s Up, the publisher of Maracaibo, has announced a mini-expansion for Maracaibo:

Components of the expansion

La Armada includes 3 new Career and 9 new Project cards. It also comes with the 3 corrected cards (Adventure, both Martyr / misprint 1st edition) and 1 replacement card of Captain, 13 Doubloons (partially missing in 1st edition).

The expansion can only be ordered directly from the dlp Games website. If you don’t want to spent money to get the replacement cards, you can also contact dlp games directly to get the 4 replacement cards for free.

Maracaibo: Missing card

There is a problem in some copies of the English edition of Maracaibo with a missing card. Some players report they are missing the 13 Captain card.

Box cover

Alex Pfister, the designer of the game, has quickly responded on BGG and told everyone that Game’s Up, the publisher, will replace the missing card:


Yes, Games Up is the publisher, DLP the distributor. Games Up manages the service. You can write them directly to: info@games-up.de

(Source: BGG forum)

Christmas game needed: Die Hard is here

Are you still looking for a peaceful and relaxing game for Christmas? We maybe have something for you: the Die Hard board game has arrived today.

But it wasn’t the only new arrival for today, here is what else came today:

And Brass: Birmingham and Flamme Rouge: Meteo are both finally back in stock.

Next week’s new releases confirmed

The new releases for next week have been confirmed and there are quite a few interesting games on the list.

Expected to be available from Tuesday are:

On Friday two more games will get released:

Coffee Roaster: Incoming

Good news regarding Coffee Roaster, the new game from dlp games: The delivery has been shipped on Friday and should arrive here sometime this week.

Box Cover

Coffee Roaster is a solitaire pool-building game. You choose a variety of coffee beans you want to roast, and put a number of tokens specific to that variety into a bag. Each turn, you draw a number of bean tokens randomly from the bag to advance their roast level. When you are finished, you make a cup-testing to check the taste of your coffee and score points accordingly. Each variety has its own target roast level, but approaching the target is not enough for perfect roasting; you also have to even out the roast level of each bean, while not spoiling the flavor of that variety.

(Source: Publisher description)