In this dice rolling, hidden role game, it will take a church full of skill, bluffing, and deceit to push your Cardinal’s favorable alignment without getting caught. Will you be the one to fool all the others and end up on top? Or will your shady ways lead to your demise?
Talon Strikes Studios would like to announce their upcoming release of House of Borgia, a new game influenced by Liar’s Dice–but with a twist. In House of Borgia, players will control one of six Cardinals: Staunch Fundamentalist, Scholarly Theologian, or the Greedy Simonist. Players will be working to manipulate the Conclave with bribes, poison, nasty rumors, and other dastardly actions. Gameplay consists of an action-bidding mechanism, through which players will have a chance to manipulate the influence and positions of other Cardinals in the Conclave.
House of Borgia is a hidden-role deduction game designed by Scott Almes for 2-6 players, ages 14+, and plays in 30-40 minutes. The game is set for a January 27, 2017 release date. For more information, visit ACD Distribution’s website.
Eagle-Gryphon Games is currently running a Kickstarter project to fund Lisboa, a new game from designer Vital Lacerda in which players will “reconstruct the great city of Lisboa after the 1755 earthquake, tsunami and fires.”
On November 1, 1755, Lisboa suffered an earthquake of an estimated magnitude of 8.5–9.0, followed by a devastating tsunami and 3 days of raging fires that nearly destroyed the city. Lisboa is a game about the reconstruction of the great Portuguese capital city after a series of terrible catastrophes.
In rebuilding the city, players will make use of the Royal Builder, who works with the architects to build Lisboa anew, while the Marquis will provide aid in the development of commerce. The King will provide players with political help in re-opening the beautiful new city. But the true reason you are rebuilding the city is not for greatness, or even fame or fortune. As a nobleman or noblewoman of Lisboa, your primary motivation is the acquisition of Wigs–a most important trading commodity of the Era, and the means of scoring points in the game.
A copy of the game will include:
- Rulebook & Player Aids
- Player Boards
- Goods Tokens
- Public Buildings
- Large & Small City Tiles
- Scoring Tiles
- Royal Favor Tiles
- Clergy Tiles
- Cardinal Meeple
- Political Cards
- Ship Cards
- Decree Cards
- Rubble Cubes
- Treasury Marker
- Meeples & Tokens in Player Colors
- Starting Player Tile
- Clergy Tile
- Rubble Bags
This project is set to fund on Thursday, December 15, 2016. For more information and to support this project, visit the Kickstarter page.