Two new games have arrived today:
I would like to give you a short overview what to expect this week:
This is not all, later this week we are expecting:
The winners of the Spiel des Jahres awards have been announced today.
Winner of the Spiel des Jahres (more family oriented) award is: Kingdomino
In Kingdomino, you are a Lord seeking new lands in which to expand your kingdom. You must explore all the lands, wheat fields, lakes, and mountains in order to spot the best plots. But be careful as some other Lords also covet these lands…
The game has been designed by Bruno Cathala and published by Blue Orange Game/Pegasus.
Winner of the Kennerspiel des Jahres (more gamer oriented) award is: Exit – The Game designed by Inka and Markus Brand and published by Kosmos.
Link: Tabletopgaming – News
Holmes – Sherlock gegen Moriarty (Kosmos) is the new edition of the two player game Holmes: Sherlock & Mycroft (designed by Diego Ibanez and published by Devir). The game is in stock, but because it is the German edition of the game, we have received a few questions if the game is playable without speaking German.
A crime has happened! But the evidence is scarce and Scotland Yard is in the dark. Only one can solve the case: Sherlock Holmes. However, in the background, Professor Moriarty pulls the strings and tries to cover tracks and dispose evidence. Thus a duel between the two most brilliant heads of London breaks out. Who will be successful in the end – Holmes or Moriarty?
For the new edition Kosmos has made five changes (listed by Pedro Soto on the BGG forums):
The cards have no text on them, so with the English rules for the first edition and the description of the changes the game is perfectly playable.
Here are the explanations of the two card changes and the new card (again posted by Pedro Soto):
I hope this helps. Enjoy the game!
Link: English Rules on BGG
Today’s delivery has included five new games and restocks of two very good games:
The two restocks are Council of Four (Cranio Creations / from the designers of The Voyages of Marco Polo and Grand Austria Hotel) and Imhotep (new big box game from Kosmos / German edition but English rules are available on BGG)
Our big delivery from Germany has arrived including a few interesting restocks (Orleans, Hero Dice, Unusual Suspects, Tobago) and four new games:
Next week we are expecting quite a few new games.
For Tuesday we are expecting:
For the end of the week we are expecting a delivery from Germany:
I’ve added more games to our Essen Preview. This time the new releases are from German publishers. Some of the games are the German editions, but all of them are with language independent components, so all that’s needed to play them, are the rules translations.
The games are: