There will be 3 new dlp games releases at the "Spiel 16" fair in Essen

Aachen, (PresseBox) - Aside from “Bohemian Villages”, an easy-to-learn dice game released earlier this year, dlp will have the Orléans expansion “Trade & Intrigue” as well as “Weltausstellung 1893” by American designer J. Alex. Kevern.

“Weltausstellung 1893” by J. Alex Kevern was originally released as “World’s Fair 1893”. dlp games got the German license for this highly praised and award-winning game. Compliant with the dlp publishing philosophy, this game is easy to learn thanks to its comprehensible rules and has a lot of depth.

The goal of the game is to get a wide variety of exhibits with the help of influential people. This game does not only shine with its mechanisms, but also with its impressive artwork and the magnificent information about various achievements of our time, which we became so used to that we often forget about their origin.

“Weltausstellung 1893” by J. Alex Kevern, German license by dlp games, for 2-4 players aged 10 and up.

The latest Orléans expansion is called “Trade & Intrigue”. It comes with 4 modules for the base game and 3 new place tiles. “New Events” spice things up with a wide variety of new challenges, benefits, and constraints. The new “Beneficial Deeds” board introduces new rewards. The “Intrigue” board makes the game much more interactive and provides a lot of opportunity for mean moves. Completely new paths to victory are enabled by the orders that players can fulfill on their journey in and around Orléans.

“Trade & Intrigue” by Reiner Stockhausen, published by dlp games, an expansion for the base game for 2-5 players aged 12 and up (no additional components for the 5th player).

“Bohemian Villages” is a challenging but also easy-to-learn family game that aptly combines luck and strategy. In this game, you combine pairs of dice to occupy the various buildings in the village to gain different abilities and benefits. What’s special about this is that buildings that were lucrative at the start will become less and less valuable as the game progresses. Other buildings only generate income at the end of the game. And then there are your lovely opponents who can kick you out of your buildings …

“Bohemian Villages” by Reiner Stockhausen, published by dlp games, for 2-5 players aged 8 and up.

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