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  • Ra - Lead your dynasty through 2000 years of history in ancient Egypt. Gather as much fame and honor as possible. Place the most pharaohs. Establish unequalled monuments and use the fertility of the Nile. But don't neglect your people and their culture. And pay homage to the gods -- lead by the sun god Ra -- otherwise the fame of your dynasty is quickly lost.

  • Rheinlander - Hundreds of years ago the heart of Europe was divided. Powerful dukes ruled their duchies from their castles on the banks of the Rhine, and earned a rich income from their wealthy cities. Struggles for power were everyday, and frequently the intervention of the more influential bishops was necessary. Now you have the chance to expand your rule over the Rhine country. Outwit your opponents to expand. Outwit your opponents, and gain more power. Who will become the new ruler over the Rhine?

  • Samurai - Each player has an identical force of warriors, priests, and peasants to use to gain control of the important power figures of Old Japan. The players deploy their forces to the spaces around the power figures. When a figure is surrounded, it is captured by the player with the strongest sympathetic force. To win, a player must gain dominance with one of the powers while getting better support from the other powers than the other players.

  • San Juan - Puerto Rico?s golden age returns. Through you! Players travel now to the capital city of this beautiful island. Who will build the most important buildings? Players build palaces, poor houses, silver smelters, gold mines, and many others - each with its own special features. The cleverest player will build well and win!

  • Seafarers of Catan - Expand your Settlers of Catan game in new directions, add Islands, Pirates, Gold, Ships, Islands and Trade. Explore and colonize the newly populated Archipelago of Catan. Building settlements, roads, and villages by trading commodities from the land and islands around you. Trade sheep and wood for a ship, bricks and wood for a road, build new settlements and improve settlements into cities.

  • Settlers of Catan - In The Settlers of Catan (winner of the 1995 Spiel des Jahres Award) you control a group of settlers trying to tame the wilds on the remote but rich island of Catan. Start by revealing the island's many port sites and regions: plains, meadows, mountains, hills, forests, and desert. The random mix creates a different board for virtually every game. Then embark on a quest to settle the island. Guide your settlers to victory by clever trading and cunning development. Instead of money, you use combinations of resources - grain, wool, ore, brick, and timber - to purchase development cards or build roads, settlements, and cities. Acquire your resources through trades or the luck of the dice. But beware! Someone might cut off your road or buy a monopoly! And you never know when the robber will appear and steal away with your precious grains!

  • Shogun - As warlords in 16th-century Japan, the players attempt to secure a position of dominance for their respective clans. The most successful Daimyo at the end of the game will become SHOGUN. To succeed, a player will need not only to control as many provinces as possible, but also to develop his realm by building castles, temples, and theaters. The player who manages to build the most buildings in each of the 5 regions will be rewarded with valuable bonus points.

  • Silverton - The Rocky Mountains were a beautiful sight, full of majesty and opportunity, but at the same time a massive obstacles to those heading west. An effective means of transportation was needed. The age of the "Iron Horse" was upon us! Silverton is a game where you relive those early days of exploration, building the rail network so greatly needed to assist in transporting people and raw materials. Several market places will be greatly affected by your every decision. But for whom should you build? Which markets have the most need for people and raw materials? Just how much should you trust the land and its potential wealth? Or is passenger travel the means to the end? The region's history is about to be rewritten. Are you the next author to take a shot at it?

  • St. Petersburg - Baroque palaces, wide boulevards, and elegant bridges: St Petersburg. On May 16, 1703, Czar Peter the Great lays the foundation for the first building. Quickly impressive buildings are erected that are ever more grand and beautiful. Such buildings bring the aristocracy glory and the players victory points. But you need traders to bring the rubles necessary for all this magnificence, otherwise, the buildings are empty and bare. But the competition never sleeps and may grab needed cards right from under your nose. St Petersburg: the card game of beautiful living on the Neva.

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Games T-Z April 30, 2007 6:21 AM anonymous
Games R-S April 30, 2007 6:20 AM anonymous
Our Community Game Closet June 8, 2007 5:22 AM anonymous
What is a "Eurogame" August 26, 2012 8:06 AM anonymous
Online Play May 3, 2007 10:42 AM anonymous
Spiel des Jahres (German Game of the Year) Award May 3, 2007 11:41 AM anonymous
About Twin Cities Eurogames August 26, 2012 8:33 AM anonymous

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