Plans 7 Releases
Posted by William Niebling on June 28, 2018 @ 5:39 pm CT
Fist of Dragonstones: The Tavern Edition is an update of the 2002 Days of Wonder bidding game. The setting has been shifted to Stronghold’s Dragon & Flagon setting, and the gameplay has been improved to quicken play, through the introduction of a new "King’s Favor" mechanic. The game comes with 123 coins, 1 King’s Favor token, 40 stones, 6 dice, 6 player screens, 75 cards, and 1 cloth bag. MSRP is $49.95.
‘Steamrollers,’ ‘Gold Fever,’ and ‘Paper Tales’"), Beyond the Gates adds 20 units and 6 buildings to the game for increased variability, with different buildings available from game to game. The expansion also increases the maximum player count to seven and includes a solo mode. Includes 99 cards, 6 tokens, and 7 tiles. MSRP is $29.95.
‘Panamax’ & ‘Kanban: Automotive Revolution’"), in which players try to impress the director of an automotive factory by efficiently managing their resources. This edition features 40 upgraded wooden car tokens, a double-sided game board, and optional rules for a "nice" director. MSRP is $69.95.
Stronghold Teams With 2F-Spiele for New Game Series"), Fortune is a card game inspired by slot machines, in which players try to score the right combination of bonus points to win. Like other games in the series, the rules are revealed as the game is played, requiring 10 or more plays to reveal every feature of the system. Includes 90 oversized cards. MSRP is $19.95.
Martin Wallace’s ‘Study in Emerald’ 2E"), combining the Lovecraftian mythos with the exploration of Australia. Players race to explore and develop the Outback before the Old Ones awaken and advance their horrific schemes. Includes 1 double-sided game board, 4 players boards, 103 wooden tokens, 195 other tokens, 157 plastic resources, 121 cards, 88 tiles, and a player aid. MSRP is $69.95.
Stronghold has also announced a new expansion for the popular Terraforming Mars game (see "'Terraforming Mars: Colonies'") and a new Uwe Rosenberg game (see "Creator of 'Agricola' Completes Puzzle Game Trilogy") for fall release.
From GAMA Members
September 25, 2018
In a vote at the end of a five-hour GAMA Special Membership Meeting, Executive Director John Ward received 65% "Yes" votes in a "vote of confidence" proposed by Director Emeritus Rick Loomis, vs. 35% "No" votes.