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Bleeding Kansas Cultures of Man East India Company
Estimated Retail Price: $69.00
Estimated Pledge Price: $51.00
Estimated Retail Price: $100.00
Estimated Pledge Price: $75.00
Estimated Retail Price: $100.00
Estimated Pledge Price: $75.00
Bleeding Kansas Cultures of Man East India Company
Bleeding Kansas is a two-player game portraying the politics and violence in pre-statehood Kansas. The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 gave new territories the right to “popular sovereignty,” allowing residents to choose whether or not to allow slavery. Within months the stream of settlers to Kansas was swelled by parties of sponsored abolitionists and pro-slavers, all more intent on fighting one another than building a new state. Bushwhacks and gun battles punctuated maneuvers by rival legislatures elected through massive fraud. It would not die out entirely until statehood in January 1861. The new state’s senators swung the US Senate irretrievably against the South, ensuring the continuation of secession started by the election of Abraham Lincoln.

Cultures of Man. A 2-6 player game about developing civilization and achieving objectives. Players control a population at its infancy, growing and managing their population to achieve enough objectives to win the game. Each action a player takes will affect how that player’s population accumulates culture. Culture is a powerful tool that can give your population a competitive edge.

East India Company. Two to six players compete to create the greatest company as they set sail across an 18th century global map. Opportunities abound to discover new goods and products, set up trading networks, and reap the profits of trade.

Hegemony: Struggle in the Middle East Pax Britannica Pox
Estimated Retail Price: $100.00
Estimated Pledge Price: $75.00
Estimated Retail Price: $100.00
Estimated Pledge Price: $75.00
Estimated Retail Price: $60.00
Estimated Pledge Price: $45.00
Hegemony: Struggle in the Middle East Pax Britannica Pox
Hegemony: Struggle in the Middle East is a card-driven board game of geopolitical conflict simulation of actual events. Players represent the three regional powers in the contemporary Middle East: Iran, Israel, and Saudi Arabia. They compete for influence on the region’s map while maintaining internal cohesion and securing support from world superpowers. Pax Britannica is a classic Victory Games game of conflict and diplomacy where two to eight players take the role of colonial powers from 1880 to the Great War. Greg Costikyan has updated this second edition to be streamlined and easier to play. The record keeping has been greatly simplified, the levels of control have been reduced from four to two, and the random events are now on cards.

Pox. In this tongue-in-check game for 2-5 players you control part of a medieval population represented by colored population tokens. Yourgoal is to protect your population from plague carrying rats, Viking invasions, intermittent rebellion, royal greed, and dominating church fathers. You receive some assistance in the form of indulgences, but ultimately it’s up to you to help your people thrive and rise in influence despite all the death, disease and destruction.

Rails to Victory Westward Ho!
Estimated Retail Price: $100.00
Estimated Pledge Price: $75.00
Estimated Retail Price: $100.00
Estimated Pledge Price: $75.00
Rails to Victory Westward Ho!
Rails to Victory. Take charge of America’s World War II struggle to run its railroads so as to win the war most quickly and efficiently. Players vie to build a rail system that can move the most men, weapons and supplies needed for the Allies to win in the European and Pacific Theaters of Operations. Westward Ho! Two to six players take the role of powerbrokers building the American west, from 1848 through 1881. In each turn players take actions to move pioneers into new territories, build railroads, rake off profits from new industries, and other actions. There’s plenty of action, with the US cavalry, Indians, militia, and famous outlaws all involved.