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Memoir ’44: New Flight Plan Expansion Announced

Mar 9, 2019

Air supremacy was a constant challenge during World War II. In the Battle of France, the Luftwaffe’s powerful Stukas were a key component to the German’s blitzkrieg strategy that led them to victory. Over the English Channel, the heroism of RAF pilots saved their country from an invasion. In the skies of Kursk, Smolensk and Stalingrad, many Soviet pilots defended their land against German bombs. And when the Allied forces landed in Europe, it was under a constant aerial cover of fighters, fighter-bombers, and bombers. At that time, Allied air supremacy was at its pinnacle.

Find out Memoir 44 – New Flight Plan, a new expansion for Memoir ’44, featuring aircraft figures from Days of Wonder.

In this expansion, you will be able to deploy air units, such as fighters, fighter-bombers and even bombers to support your troops on the battlefield. This is not the first time airplanes will make an appearance in the Memoir 44 system, but with its all new set of streamlined rules, Memoir 44 – New Flight Plan grants many new tactical options and is compatible with all existing scenarios in all theaters of operation.

The expansion also comes with 21 new scenarios and 16 finely-crafted, legendary planes, in impressive sizes, such as the B-17 that measures 72mm by 101mm.

  • 16 Airplanes Figures
  • 3 Airplane Stands
  • 30 Air Combat Cards
  • 8 Summary Cards
  • 15 Nation Markers
  • 18 Machine Gun and 12 Bomb Markers
  • 1 Rules Booklet
  • 1 Scenario Booklet with 21 new battles

Days of Wonder Announces Corinth

Jan 27, 2019

Under a blazing sun in 4th Century BC Corinth, traders come from all corners of the Mediterranean Sea to sell their goods; Persian carpets, Cretan olive oil, Roman grapes, and Egyptian spices are highly prized by traders. Players have a few weeks to secure their place in Corinthian lore as its most savvy trader!

Days of Wonder announces the release of their newest game, Corinth.

In each round of Corinth, a handful of dice are rolled, and you take turns selecting groups of dice of the same value and use them to deliver goods to the best shops in the Harbor, purchase herds of goats to help erect buildings, or visit the market. Your progress towards becoming the best trader is recorded on your notepads.

Easy to learn in three minutes, Corinth comes in a portable and compact format. This game will challenge you to make tactical choices. You must obtain the best offer for your goods while also making sure your opponents don’t get theirs.

Days of Wonder Announces The River

Sept 2, 2018

The River is a standalone game designed for 2 to 4 players and plays in 30 to 45 minutes. It includes 1 double-sided board, 4 sets of components containing 1 River board, 1 Boat and 5 Pioneers, 65 Terrain Tiles, 20 Bonus Tokens, 1 First Player Pawn, 44 Wooden Resources, 33 Building Cards, and a rulebook. The River is expected to be available in October at Essen Spiel and then in November in North America and Europe at a suggested retail price of $40/40€.

In the game, you embody pioneers embarking down a river in search of a new lands to settle. As you explore the untouched frontier, you will have to work twice as hard to manage your workers as they start to settle down along the way. The player with the most impressive settlement will be declared the winner!

By using resources, expanding territory, and cultivating lands, you must take a decisive strategy to outmatch your opponents. Every decision counts in this fast and streamlined tile-placement game.

New Battlemap Available for Memoir ’44

Jan 21, 2018

Through Jungle and Desert is the second installment in the second series of Memoir ’44 Battle Maps from Days of Wonder.

This expansion offers two new decks of combat cards, along with six pre-printed standard scenarios and two pre-printed Overlord scenarios.

Through Jungle and Desert is designed for 2 to 8 players. It includes six standard scenarios and two Overlord scenarios, as well as two decks of Combat Cards and one double sided-printing punch board of tokens. This expansion requires at least one copy of Memoir’ 44 as well as the Pacific Theater and Mediterranean Theater expansions to play. The Terrain Pack and Equipment Pack expansions are also recommended. Through Jungle and Desert is currently expected to be available in April in both North America and Europe for a retail price of $28/€25.

Lead your men through the merciless jungles of Burma, trying to escape the Japanese grasp or rush to Rangoon before the British forces evacuate the city on the jungle scenario. Then, change the terrain and fight the very first tank battle between US and German forces in the sands of North Africa, where Stuart and Panzer clash in the middle of the desert.

This second installment comes with six standard pre-printed scenarios with all terrain, obstacles and unit positions, but also the historical background and special rules. To help spice up your scenarios, the expansion comes with both a brand new Jungle Combat Cards deck and a Desert Combat Cards deck.

Two ready-to-play Overlord scenarios are also provided: fight for Henderson Field in Guadalcanal or conduct a huge desert battle that marks the beginning of the second battle of El Alamein in Operation Lightfoot. The Jungle’s scenarios can be played separately or as a campaign, with each scenario outcome impacting the following one.

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Digital Version of Ticket to Ride: First Journey Now Available

Oct 7, 2017

Ready for a new journey? The official digital adaptation of Ticket to Ride: First Journey is available on mobile, tablet and computer!
Children are finally able to join the great Ticket to Ride adventure through the two actual maps: Europe and USA!

Enjoy a fantastic journey with this very simple and family-friendly app. Collect train cards, claim routes on the map and do your best to connect the cities shown on the tickets. On your turn, draw two trains cards from the deck or discard train cards of matching color to claim a route between two cities. Have fun through original illustrations and funny animations once you connect the cities. Learn more about the different cities and their iconic monuments.

Days of Wonder Announces the Release of Ticket to Ride France and Old West

August 27, 2017

Days of Wonder has announced Ticket to Ride Map Collection Volume 6 : France and Old Westa new expansion  in the Ticket to Ride series.

This expansion will challenge the players’ existing habits, as this time, before claiming a route, you will need to build the tracks and choose their colors. This simple variation adds a new twist to Ticket to Ride and makes the France map completely unique. The double-sided board also features a map of Old West, where up to six players can develop their railway networks starting from their Home Cities. Claiming routes along the way will make players face a dilemma: every time a player takes a route which leads to a city controlled by an opponent, that opponent scores the points.

Ticket to Ride – France includes a oversized, double-sided map. The French map is designed for 2-5 players and includes 58 Destination Tickets cards, 2 Bonus cards, and 64 Track Pieces. The Old West map is designed for 2-6 players and includes 50 Destination Tickets cards, 2 Bonus Cards, 40 White Train Cars, 18 City Markers, and 1 Alvin the Alien Marker. Both of these maps require the trains and the train car cards from either Ticket to Ride® or Ticket to Ride® Europe. This expansion is scheduled to be available at Essen and in Europe late October followed by a early November release in the USA, at a suggested retail price of €40-$44.99.

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Ticket to Ride: Germany Announced by Days of Wonder

April 16th, 2017

Ticket to Ride: Germany, a new stand-alone board game in Days of Wonders’ well-known Ticket to Ride series.

As in the other Ticket to Ride board games, players will build their own rail network, this time across a new beautifully illustrated board of Germany at end of the 19thcentury, to connect cities listed on their Destination Tickets. But that’s not all. Competitors need to watch out their opponents who might be trying to reach the same far-flung corners of the German empire and outwit them by collecting valuable Passenger Meeples from the cities faster than they can.

Using the route network previously seen in the Märklin Edition, Ticket to Ride: Germany introduces a new and exclusive passengers rule. Additionally, the game includes short and long Destination Tickets to choose from, making Ticket to Ride: Germany a simple and elegant variant to the original game, with new challenges which will please newcomers and veterans alike.

Days of Wonder announces Quadropolis Public Services

February 8th, 2017

Days of Wonder has announced the new expansion to Quadropolis, Public Services!

With the Public Services Expansion, you will add all new Public Service Buildings to your Quadropolis game. Will you build a Police Station to protect your citizens? Or a Maternity Ward to increase population? On the other hand, maybe a reprocessing plant would be a good investment to decrease pollution…

Each round, a selection of Public Service Tiles is revealed and placed face up next to the board. Players will now be able to build these in their city, each of these new buildings offering in game bonuses and scoring options for all new challenges as the Mayor of a modern city.

The expansion contains 24 Public Service Building Tiles, 4 Helpers and one Rulebook.

Public Services is expected to be released in Europe in April and in North America in June.