The last of the new games for this week and a few restocks.
Coimbra - One the hot games at Essen Spiel this year.
A Handful of Stars - I played a late prototype of this game with Martin a couple of years ago and really enjoyed it.
Oceanos - From the prolific mind of Antoine Bauza, the creator of 7 Wonders, Hanabi, Takenoko and Tokaido among many others.
Dragon's Breath - winner of the German Children's game of the year for 2018
Codenames Harry Potter - a retheming of Codenames Duet into the world of Harry Potter.
Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle - this is a restock but well worth investigating.
Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle - Monster Box of Monsters Expansion a restock of the expansion for Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle
Grimm Forest - A beautiful family game with a fairytale theme.
Stuffed Fables - the first "AdventureBook Game" a new concept from Plaid Hat Games and a great family game to play with the kids.
Ticket to Ride Europe - a restock of the classic Gateway game. Europe is the friendly version of Ticket to Ride where the stations make it difficult for players to completely block you.
Ticket to Ride - Rails & Sails - Ticket to Ride on steroids. It adds boats and a number of clever twists to one of the most popular gateway games.
D&D Player's Handbook - a restock. All a D&D player needs (apart from people to play with and a dungeon master).
D&D Art and Arcana Hardback Edition - an incredible collection of art from the whole history of D&D.
D&D Art and Arcana - Special Boxed Book Edition - the deluxe version of the collection of art from the whole history of D&D with lots of extra things like posters and ephemera.
A huge list of additions to the store this week - a mixture of new games and restocks. Enjoy!
Forbidden Sky - Do I detect a theme here... the 2018 released co-operative game from Matt Leacock.
Monster Café in a tin - A great one for young kids. This is out of print with Gamewright so it will probably be hard to get soon.
Sushi Go - An oldie but a goodie. A great family game - just like trying to put together the best sushi meal at your local sushi train.
Forbidden Island - Back in Stock. One of the original co-operative games. Still one of the best for families.
Forbidden Desert - Back in stock. Another classic cooperative game from the master designer Matt Leacock. A small step up from Forbidden Island but well worth it.
Azul - Back in stock! Beautiful to behold, sumptuous to touch and an interesting strategy game that your family will love.
Pandemic - Back in Stock! The co-operative game that really started it all and still the standard by which other co-ops are judged.
Qwirkle - Back in Stock. Addictive simple gameplay. Like scrabble with shapes and colours.
Balderdash - Back in Stock. An oldie but still a great game for trivia and word game lovers. Derived from the 19th Century parlour game Dictionary, but so much more.
Lovecraft Letter - for Cthulhu enthusiasts and those looking for a new twist on the delight that is Seiji Kanai's runaway hit game: Love Letter.
Blue Lagoon - a delightful game offering simplicity and surprising depth from the master designer Reiner Knizia. A great family strategy game.
Scarabya - one of this year's releases from one of our favourite authors Bruno Cathala.
Terraforming Mars - Back in Stock. Explore, terraform and settle the red planet.
Shadows in Kyoto - a two-player abstract game set in the world of the hit game Hanamikoji. Intrigue and geisha's with the beautiful art of Maisherly.
Mystery of the Temples - yet another beautiful game from Emperors4 - the publishers of the runaway hit game Hanamikoji.
Set Card Game - Back in Stock. The classic multiplayer puzzle game you either love or hate. I love it, Barbara hates it!
Anomia the card game - the word/trivia game with an evil twist. This will keep you on your toes.
We made a very late decision to go to the Essen Spiel games fair in Germany this year and we have brought back all sorts of goodies.
The image you see here is just the walkway between the main halls of the venue. This is the Saturday. Moving around was the biggest problem.