The Supernatural Fox
Kitsune-Ken (Fox Fist) is a traditional Japanese hand-gesture game that originated in China. Often played by Samurai, as a drinking game, and Geisha for entertainment, in Kitsune-Ken, a Supernatural Fox (Kitsune) defeats the Village Head (shōya), who defeats the hunter (ryōshi), who defeats the fox.
Fox Becomes Paper
Eventually, Kitsune-Ken made it’s way to Europe and... [click here for more]
Revolution! represents the problems facing the French State between 1789 and 1796.
It is a game of intrigue which aims to recreate the politics of the Revolution from the reactionary Monarchists, through the moderate Girondins, to the radical and ultra radical Jacobins. At the end of the game the French Revolution will have settled on a dictatorial pattern of leadership: the very... [click here for more]
Set in North Africa during 1940-43 the game is a campaign level card game. It portrays the broad sweep of events and strategic issues surrounding the famous desert battles in a game that is different each time it is played.
The name is a quotation taken from the beginning of episode 8 of the famous 1973 Thames TV series "The World At War".
The game deals with all the complexities of... [click here for more]