Apr 2 2019
Welcome to the ’70s world capital of fashion and music. Jump aboard a famous double-decker bus to rumble through London’s historic streets, breeze past Buckingham Palace, pop into the British Museum or listen to Big Ben’s chime echo across the Thames…
Find out about Ticket to Ride: London, a new, fast-paced version of the well-known board game Ticket to Ride.
Ticket to Ride: London is an elegantly simple version of Ticket to Ride where players race around 1970s London to claim the most important bus lines and complete their Destination Tickets, connecting Districts in the capital of the United Kingdom. With its quick and compact format, Ticket to Ride: London is fast-paced, easy to learn in three minutes, and extremely portable—perfect for new players and veterans alike.
Ticket to Ride: London is a stand-alone game designed for 2 to 4 players and plays in 10 to 15 minutes. It includes 1 board map, 68 plastic buses, 44 Transportation cards, 20 Destination Ticket cards, 1 rule leaflet, 4 Scoring Markers.
Ticket to Ride: London is expected to be available in June in Europe and in July in North America at a suggested retail price of $20/20€. In the U.S., the game will be available exclusively at Walmart stores for a limited time.
For more information, please visit the Ticket to Ride: London web page.
Mar 5 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 featuring aircraft figures.
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.
Memoir ’44 – New Flight Plan is an expansion for Memoir ’44. It includes 16 Airplane Figures, 3 Airplane Stands, 30 Air Combat Cards, 8 Summary Cards, 15 Nation Markers, 18 Machine Gun and 12 Bomb Markers, 1 Rules booklet and 1 Scenario booklet with 21 new Scenarios. The expansion is expected to be available in May in Europe and North America at a suggested retail price of $60/55€.
For more information, please visit the Memoir ’44 – New Flight Plan website.
Feb 12 2019
This year again we will be waiting for you at the Festival International des Jeux de Cannes which takes place in France this February 22-24. Come join us to discover Corinth, a new game from Sébastien Pauchon.
In each round of Corinth, a handful of dice are rolled, and players 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. Their progress towards becoming the best trader is recorded on their notepads. Easy to learn in three minutes, Corinth comes in a portable and compact format. This game will challenge players to make tactical choices. They must obtain the best offer for their goods while also making sure their opponents don’t get theirs.
If you are in Cannes make sure to visit us at the Days of Wonder booth 18.02 !
Jan 16 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!
Find out Corinth, a new game from Sébastien Pauchon.
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.
Corinth is a standalone game designed for 2 to 4 players and plays in 20 to 30 minutes. It includes 1 Harbor Board, 150 game sheets, 9 white dice, 3 yellow dice, and 1 Rules booklet. The game is expected to be available in March in Europe and May in North America at a suggested retail price of $20/20€.
For more information, please visit the Corinth website.
Oct 18 2018
This year again we will be waiting for you at the world’s largest game convention – Essen Spiel – which takes place in Germany this October 25-28. Come join us to discover our next game, The River, which is released at Spiel ’18. The River is a new worker and tile-placement game from Sébastien Pauchon and Ismaël Perrin.
In The River, players struggle to make the most amazing settlement of this new world. In order to outmatch your opponents, construct valuable buildings and cultivate your river banks into harmonious and productive tracts. Reserve resources, enlarge your territory, and block your competitors… Every decision counts in this fast and streamlined tile-placement game. But be careful, some of your pioneers will decide to settle along the way and the lack of a workforce could cost you the victory.
See you in Essen!
Aug 27 2018
.. with untouched land as far as the eye can see. Your boat glides up a river and you examine the banks, appreciating the beauty of your new home. Expand your territory, cultivate your land and exploit your resource to construct the buildings that will make your settlement the most impressive in the region.
Find out The River, a new, worker and tile-placement game from Sébastien Pauchon and Ismaël Perrin.
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.
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€.
For more information, please visit the The River website.
Aug 18 2018
Best-selling board game Splendor is available at Walmart and now is the best time to buy the game! Starting today (8/18/2018), buy Splendor and get the digital adaptation on Steam for free!
Try the digital version of Splendor, the addictive strategy turn-based card game and embody a rich merchant during the Renaissance.
*Limited offer valid only in the US in selected Walmart stores while supplies last.
*Splendor Steam Key is non-refundable and cannot be exchanged.
Jul 9 2018
Today, to celebrate the release of Ticket to Ride: New York, Days of Wonder launches a contest on their Facebook page, in which the winner will win a trip to New York City. It will take place from the 9th until the 18th of July.
The boardgame company offers the opportunity to win a trip for two to New York, including 4 nights in a four-star hotel. To participate, participants have to go on the Days of Wonder Facebook page and answer the following question in comment : “Who is the illustrator of Ticket to Ride: New York?”
The winners will be randomly drawn on the 19th of July. The winner will win the trip and ten other participants will receive a copy of Ticket to Ride: New York.
Due to legal issue, only the following countries are eligible for participation: France, USA, The Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Spain, and United Kingdom.
More information on the settlement can be found here: http://s3-assets.daysofwonder.com/www/T2R_NY_SWEEPSTAKE_EN.pdf
May 15 2018
Welcome to the Big Apple! Enjoy the sights from Times Square to Brooklyn, and all over NYC. Admire the stunning view from the Empire State Building or take a walk through scenic Central Park!
Find out Ticket to Ride: New York, a new, express version of the well-known board game Ticket to Ride.
Ticket to Ride: New York is an elegantly simple version of Ticket to Ride where players race around 1960s New York City, this time in taxis, to visit landmarks and complete destination tickets. With its quick and compact format, Ticket to Ride: New York is fast-paced, easy to learn in three minutes, and extremely portable—perfect for new players and veterans alike.
Ticket to Ride: New York is a stand-alone game designed for 2 to 4 players and plays in 10 to 15 minutes. It includes one board map, 60 plastic taxis, 44 Transportation cards, 18 Destination Ticket cards, 1 rule leaflet, 1 score pad and one pencil. Ticket to Ride: New York will be available in July for a retail price of $20/20€ in North America and Europe, and available exclusively at Target stores in the U.S.
For more information, please visit the Ticket to Ride: New York web page.
Apr 3 2018
Last week-end, The Normandy Victory Museum in Carentan, Normandy – France was invaded by more than 70 Memoir ’44 players who competed for 2 days on special scenarios based on “Normandy in WWII”.
Jurgen ‘Cpl_Uhl’ Verwijst finally won the tournament.
Richard Borg (left), designer of Memoir’ 44 and Jurgen Verwijst, the new Champion
To celebrate the 10th French Open Richard Borg, designer of the game was with us all the week end enjoying the Memoir ’44 community.
If you read French or simply wish to have a look at the played scenarios, just switch to the French version of this post.