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Nippon and Signorie

We are happy to announce that our new game Nippon and Signorie are available in our shop. Shipments of Signorie should start in approx. 2 weeks.

Rules and details on the game pages: Nippon Signorie


Japan during the Meiji Era — a closed, isolated, and feudal country, — decides to change into a modern westernized state. The Empire sends emissaries to foreign nations, brings technicians and scholars from the west, builds a network of railroads, and achieves an outstandingly fast industrial revolution.

Nippon is a fast-paced economic game with challenging decisions in which players oversee the birth of a new great nation.

By Nuno Bizarro Sentieiro & Paulo Soledade, illustrated by Mariano Iannelli, 2015


In Signorie, you will play the role of a Signore, a Lord of one of the most prestigious families of the Renaissance.

Italy during the 15th century was a country full of intrigue and magnificence. The tumultuous political conditions created the perfect breeding ground for the birth of a new form of government (called Signoria) and the rise of the most ambitious noble families. After having acted in the dark for a long time, the time has finally come for them to take control of the cities and shape Italy’s future. Their stories will go down in history.

Please note, shipments of Signorie should start in approx. 2 weeks.

By Andrea Chiarvesio & Pierluca Zizzi, illustrated by Mariano Iannelli, 2015


Around 230 B.C., the ambitious king of Qin, Ying Zheng, unified China, adding all the other so-called Warring States (ZhanGuo) to his empire and became the first emperor in Chinese history. In ZhanGuo, you are the emperor's emissaries, and you have been assigned the challenging task of contributing to the process of unifying the empire, helping to build the wall and creating new infrastructure.

By Marco Canetta, Stefania Niccolini, illustrated by Mariano Iannelli, 2014