Rectangle is the best shape for most people. However, the hexagon works great for card games or six player games with a small board. It can also fit better in a smaller or round space.
- Tons of customization
- Any size
- Highest quality wood
- Expert craftsmanship
- Typical order: $2,500 - $4,500
- 3’ x 5’ playing area
- 3.5’ x 5.5’ total size
- Fits most homes/games
- Seats 6
- Typical order: $699 - $1000
- Less than 45 min
- Four page rulebook
- Easy to remember how to play
- Meaningful strategy
- Exceptional component quality
- Water resistant
- Perfectly sized for board games
- 6mm thick padding
- Holds 7 Ticket to Rides
- Backpack straps and handle
This is the pinnacle of board gaming.
A dedicated space not just for your games. A dedicated space for your family and friends.
A table that is built to your exact needs. The perfect size for your room and the games you play. The style, finish, and color that match your personality. And the accessories and options that you will actually use.
We have sold thousands of board game tables. The Jasper was created by looking at the most popular choices by gamers like you and putting them into one package that we could produce more efficiently to get the cost down.
It's a gaming table that gets the job done and looks great while doing it.
Quit lugging cardboard boxes to your game night. Move past grocery store bags that don’t hold enough games and offer no protection. Use a board game bag that is designed and sized to perfectly hold your games and padded to keep them protected.
It's easy to carry with a reinforced handle, or you can throw it on your back if you have a longer hike. 12 inches wide to fit the “standard” board game box sizes perfectly. This bag will carry your games to the finish line.
You’re living the dream and in a band and that's about to go on tour. It's your job to try and visit as many US states or European countries as possible in 100-days.
On Tour is a 20 minute route-building, roll-and-write board game with large, premium components that's good for 4 players or (12+, with additional maps). Each turn, dice determine which numbers you write while cards restrict where you can visit. Players write simultaneously on their own maps, all using the same dice rolls and cards flips. Everyone is getting the same inputs, but how you choose to deal with them will determine your band's success.
Opportunities for bonus points, and a variable setup phase ensure every tour faces new challenges!
It's 2008, and the economy is crashing. You play as one of the largest nations in the world, and it is your job to save the economy by enacting QE (Quantitative Easing) measures and printing money to bail out companies.
There will be auctions for companies you can bail out and special industries to save. And since you are the central bank, you own the money printer and you can bid whatever you want. The only limit is your imagination. Go nuts from .0000001 to thirty quadrillion.
At the end of the game, total up all your winning bids by the amount of companies and special bonus points. Whoever has the most points win. But be careful though - if you are the country who spends the most during the game, you’re out! It's a super interactive experience that turns auction gaming on its head.
Snack and drink wine on your way to the top of the Ant Hill in this exciting and constantly changing indirect-conflict commodity speculation game.
Based on the Spiel des Jahres Recommended Big Points but with a new theme, more engaging components, and rule tweak cards to make sure every play is different.
Players move ants along a trail and collect food as they go. However, the value of that food depends on how the other ants move. Shared incentives mean you are always trying to figure out what the other players are up to. Variable "rules cards" mean every game play is fresh.
Become a treasure hunting pirate in Loot of Lima, a multiplayer deduction puzzle where you ask questions and piece together information to find the gold before your opponents.
Deduction games are games like Clue. In Clue, you try to figure out the who/where/how of a murder by asking questions to eliminate suspects.
Loot of Lima is similar, except Loot of Lima uses a clever coordinate system to give you the sense of searching different spots on Cocos Island. Loot of Lima is much harder. Not harder to learn, but harder to solve the head scratching puzzle of where the treasure is buried.
It will stretch your brain to play Loot of Lima, but you'll get to focus all your energy on playing the game, because the rules are straightforward.
We love the end of the night when someone is about to go home, and we say "How about a game of X before you leave?" Super easy to learn and quick play games always end the night with the joy of getting in just one or two more games.
GPS, Sequoia, and Mountain Goats exist because we want there to be more games like that. We've focused on easy to teach before, but these are SUPER easy to teach. Don't worry though, there is enough strategy that after the game your mind will wander back to a couple of key turns, and you'll ponder all the different choices and outcomes that could have been.
Chad plays games every Thursday on the very first prototype we (Kyle) built. He loves Age of Steam, Haggis, Napoleon’s Triumph, and Indonesia.
Katy is our customer support champion and logistics maestro. Her favorite game is Castles of Mad King Ludwig.
Russ has a degree in Wood Technology. He can look down the edge of a board and tell you if it is straight, even while wearing a blindfold.
Kyle has built enough custom home poker, craps, and blackjack tables to open a casino. Now he’s (mostly) converted to games that rely on victory points instead of money.
Anca is our graphic designer and illustrator. She loves Gloomhaven, Caverna and Castles of Mad King Ludwig.
Jason is new to the board gaming world. He’s bringing his operations, logistics, and systems automation experience and we’re teaching him about meeples and victory points.
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