Dokmus is a board game for 2-4 players. Your goal is to lead an expedition to the island of Dokmus, the ancestral god of your tribe. The island is represented by eight double-sided map pieces. During setup you randomize which side of each map piece is up and place them in a 3 x 3 grid, so that the middle place is left empty.
In Dungeon Rush , players are adventurers rushing through a perilous dungeon to root out evil, earning coins and improving their abilities along the way.
Eclipse is a big scale space empire building /warfaring game where each player aim to take their of specie to the dominant position in the Universe.
Eclipse: Rise of the Ancients , the first full-size expansion for Eclipse, introduces several new additions to the base game, such as Rare Technologies, Developments, Alliances, Ancient Homeworlds and Warp Portals.
Eclipse Black Hole is a mini expansion for Eclipse.
Eclipse Supernova 2 is a mini expansion for Eclipse. Please note that it is an upgraded version of previous, promotional Supernova.
Flamme Rouge is a fast-paced, tactical bicycle racing game where each player controls a team of two riders: a Rouleur and a Sprinteur.
Hornet is suitable for both family and adult players. The gameplay is quick but requires constant decision making and risk taking. Each player controls two hornets, which are moved around the board using six action cards. The aim is to collect nectar and use it to make honey in hives. The player with the most honey in a hive when it is scored wins the hive, and the first player to conquer three hives is the winner. The game is for 2-5 players, age recommendation is 10+, and a game takes about 45 minutes to play. Hornet will be available in Finland in August 2010, elsewhere in September.
Nations is a new civilization building game coming out from Lautapelit.fi by the end of 2013.
The first big expansion for Nations, adding new abilities, Natural Wonders and much more!
Nations - Inspiration is a 6 card mini expansion for Nations.
Nations - The Dice Game is a dice-driven variant of the civilization building game Nations. As in the original game, every player strives to build the mightiest and most succesful civilization, each on their respective game board.
A dead body has been found on board a ship, and all passengers seem to have an alibi. Luckily several professionals are on board willing to help, but can you trust them? By asking clever questions and using deductive reasoning, you just might manage to expose the missing alibi and identify the murderer.
Honshu is a trick-taking, map building card game set in feudal Japan. Players are lords and ladies of Noble houses seeking new lands and opportunities for fame and fortune.