Archive for the ‘Games’ Category

Discover the new version of Ticket to Ride now!

Thursday, November 19th, 2015

The new version of Ticket to Ride brings a new cross-platform multiplayer mode and for the first time a vertical map India.

Good news for the existing users of Ticket to Ride: you can upgrade your existing game for free and benefit from all new features of Ticket to Ride.


Say goodbye to Ticket to Ride Europe Pocket and download Ticket To Ride Pocket for free!

Monday, November 2nd, 2015
Ticket to Ride Europe Pocket will be removed from the Apple appstore in a few days. Players will be able to use the app though but it will not be updated anymore.
We encourage all players of Ticket To Ride Europe Pocket to get the US map version now.

Last but not least we have prepared a surprise which we will disclose at the end of this month.

Stay tuned !

Don’t miss Small World 2 Halloween Sales on Steam – Get up to 60% off now !

Friday, October 30th, 2015

If you’re not yet a Small World 2 player, or if you have a friend you’ve been meaning to invite to join in the Small World fun, now is the time to do so: For a very limited time, Small World 2 for Steam, which runs on your PC, Mac and Linux is available for 60% off the regular price!

Even better, all the Small World expansions for Steam – Cursed!Grand Dames and Be Not Afraid… – are also half price, making it the perfect time for existing Small World 2 users to add these new Races and Special Powers.


Days of Wonder at Essen Spiel’15

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

There’s a big red circle marking the month of October on every board gamer’s calendar. The world’s largest game convention – Essen Spiel – takes place in Germany this October 8-11 and Days of Wonder is debuting two new Ticket to Ride maps there: the United-Kingdom and the US state of Pennsylvania. Both maps are bundled in a new expansion: the 5th installment in our series of Map Collections.


Memoir ’44 Open de France, 7th Edition – And the Winner is… Michaël ‘calgada’ Le Roux

Wednesday, September 30th, 2015

Last week-end, The Musée de la Carte à Jouer in Issy-les-Moulineaux, France was invaded by more than 100 Memoir ’44 players who compete for 2 days on special scenarios based on “the French in WWII”. Michaël ‘calgada’ Le Roux finally won the tournament.

Frederik de Buck (left), winner of the 2014 Edition hands the trophy to  Michaël Le Roux (right), the new Champion

If you read French or simply wish to have a look at the played scenarios, just switch to the French version of this post.

4th Memoir ’44 Belgian Open to take place in Brussels

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

The 4th edition of the Memoir’44 Belgian Open, the yearly tournament gathering dozens of players from Belgium and other countries, is coming!

This year, the tournament will take place on November 14th-15th in Brussels (Belgium).


Tea Time, Gentlemen – Ticket to Ride United Kingdom is now available for preorder

Thursday, September 24th, 2015

Place the first rails of the glorious train adventure that all started in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in the Victorian Era. Learn to master the power of steam and develop your technologies to build trains that go faster and farther, and reach the far cities of Scotland and Ireland before your opponents…
Or invest in the most profitable companies of Pennsylvania to develop your rail network in this state full of railroad history!


Splendor is now Steam Powered!

Friday, September 18th, 2015


Today Splendor makes its debut on Steam, the world’s most popular PC gaming platform.

Splendor is an addictive strategy turn-based card game, where players assume the role of wealthy Renaissance merchants, exploiting mines and caravans, hiring craftsmen and leveraging their influence with the nobility.


Relive the early steps of Train History with Ticket to Ride Map Collection 5 – United Kingdom!

Tuesday, August 25th, 2015

The fifth volume of the Ticket to Ride Map Collection makes its debut in early October at the Essen Game Fair in Germany.

Ticket to Ride United Kingdom features two different maps on a double-sided board.

With the United Kingdom Map designed for 2 to 4 players, players will need to develop their technologies to be able to extend their network over the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland during the 19th century. The double-sided map also features the board of Pennsylvania, a state full of railroad history where 2 to 5 players will invest in railroad companies to achieve victory.



Days of Wonder at Gen Con

Friday, July 17th, 2015


Are you coming to Gen Con in Indianapolis this year?

Make sure you visit Days of Wonder on Asmodee’s Booth (#1627) in the Exhibit Hall.