Category: AEG News
We at AEG would like to take a moment to thank the many people who made 2014 an amazing year. We can’t possibly name everyone, but we appreciate each and every person who has helped us along this last year…. Read More »
Designer David Short has kindly provided us with a look into the development Planes. Click here to check out the featured article.
AEG’s busiest day ever at Essen. Not only did we have demo table spaced with players the whole day but players came to buy games and it has been awesome. First, big kudos to the German Team! Essen gets bigger… Read More »
The actions on the Valley of the Kings cards are intended to be self-explanatory. When questions arise, you may consult the official card supplement for clarifications. Click here to download the PDF.
The Trains GenCon 2014 Map (1.6MB PDF) is available to download by clicking here. This map was given out at GenCon 2014 to those who attended the Big Game Night. Now you can print and play the map!
Empire Engine is making its debut at Essen but you can read up on the game’s fascinating lore and background stories of the four rival empires in advance. Click here to check out the Empire Engine Lore!
Co-designer Chris Marling offers a look into the development Empire Engine. Click here to check out the featured article.
Cypher has made a big splash at GenCon so this is a great time for you to meet the characters of the game. Click here to check out their background stories! In the corporate-ruled world of the near future, the… Read More »
AEG has partnered with PAX to bring our games to Seattle. Many of our newest games have been added to the game library for open play, including the award winning Istanbul. The PAX tabletop room will also be running a… Read More »