BattleTech Empire Alone
Empire Alone is a sourcebook providing full details of the events around the Wolf Empire and Free Worlds League from 3151 to mid-3152. Included are a full historical summary of events in those regions of space, personality and unit profiles of key players—many appearing here for the first time, and game information to bring it all to your BattleTech tabletop.
You Who?! is a card game designed to challenge family and friends with five rounds of questions that go from light-hearted to thought-provoking, that players must answer about each other. Convinced your answer is right, throw the baloney and state your case! “That’s baloney!”
The Lunch Room
Players: 3–6 • Ages: 8+ • Play time: 20 min.
Who said playing with your food can’t be fun? There is no telling what will happen in The Lunch Room. Get ready for a food fight, bullies, and tough dessert choices.
Aeon's End: The Ruins
Will the mages of New Gravehold ever truly be able to escape from their past? The World That Was and the world that is, Gravehold and New Gravehold. Every new civilization is built on the bones of its predecessors. In order to look forward and build a brighter future, the mages must first understand their roots.
The Ruins is an expansion for Aeon’s End: The Legacy of Gravehold. This expansion features 130 new cards, Aether tokens, Silence tokens, and several additional game mechanics.
Players: 1–10 • Ages: 14+ • Play time: 30–90 min.
Rabbit Rabbit is a trivia card game of superstitions, myths, and folklore, providing a peek into the stories told and passed down through the ages to make sense of a complicated world and to help us feel in control of our own destiny.
You Think You Know Me
Players: 2–10 • Ages: 14+ • Play time: 20–40 min.
You Think You Know Me is a conversational card game that playfully tests how well you know your friends, family, partners, or coworkers—it’s a set of 500 cards helping you learn more about what they love and who they are.
AuZtralia: TaZmania is a dual-map expansion for AuZtralia designed specifically for 1 or 2 players or (if playing with the Revenge of the Old Ones expansion) three players. One side has a fixed map that is surveyed for resources and Old Ones, while the other side is randomized through a set of 66 terrain tiles.
Castles in the Sky
It’s the dawn of the 20th Century and the Great Powers turn to war. Since the development of the air screw, leading to the creation of flying warships, the navies of the world have comprised an ever-growing number of these aerial ironclads. So fire up the turbines, ready the aether drives, and take to the air in Castles in the Sky: A Wargame of Flying Battleships.
Featuring all the rules required to fight battles with fleets of flying behemoths. Assemble your fleet from 8 nationalities and fight through a variety of scenarios. With a full campaign system, Castles in the Sky contains everything adventurous aeronautical admirals need to find victory in the skies.