Board games made by Phalanx
Age of Discovery
of Europe sent explorers and conquerors all over the world, hoping to discover and secure new areas of influence and sources of wealth.
Alexander the Great
In Alexander the Great: Birth of an Empire by Ronald Hofstaetter (2-5 players, 75 minutes playing time) the players follow in the path of Macedon´s famous king. With his army they move all the way to Persia and found important cities and temples. In the end, Alexander ruled over a world empire that stretched from the Danube to the Adriatic Sea, to Egypt, to the Caucasus, Persia and India.
Hey! That's My Fish
At the pole your penguins are jumping from ice floe to ice floe hunting fish. They're also trying to block other penguins and secure the best fishing grounds for themselves. The penguin colony that catches the most fish by the end of the game wins.
Trump, Tricks, Game!
In prehistoric times hunters caught game by following their footprints. In the game, players try to make tricks to get bear, wolf, wild boar and mouflon cards. In the first three game turns, the number of tricks is predetermined. In the fourth and last game turn, each player must win as many tricks as possible.