And here we go! The new v1.1 of 1945 is now available for purchase at our printing partner, The Game Crafter! https://www.thegamecrafter.com/games/1945
Changes in this new version: better quality, sturdier components, some minor clarifying tweaks to the rules, more inclusive language in the instruction book, and the correct spelling of “Colombia”. Get yours now!
Howdy folks! A bit of exciting news: the wheels are turning to get 1945 back into print once more. Version 1.1 will feature better quality, sturdier components, some minor tweaks to the rules, more inclusive language in the instruction book, and the correct spelling of “Colombia”. 🙂
If all goes per plan, we’ll have the new version up and ready for sale by mid-March.
Need some quarantine fun? We are delighted to announce that we’ve just released 1945 as a Tabletop Simulator Steam Workshop game. If you own Tabletop Simulator, you can download and play 1945 for free right here:
1945 on Tabletop Simulator
Howdy folks! 1945 is out of print for the moment. Our service provider discontinued some of our component parts without notice, so we are currently evaluating our options to get the game back in production. Sorry for the hassle!
We’ve added a new Errata & FAQs page to the site with a few questions that our fans have asked. If you’ve had any questions about the rules, check it out! (And if you still have questions, please let us know!)
Howdy Fans and Friends!
At long last, we’re now on BoardGameGeek, the premiere resource on the Internet for those who love board and card games! If you’ve played 1945 and you’d like to help us out, we’d love it if you’d add a review, photos, a rating, or anything else you think might be useful for other players.
You can also use BoardGameGeek to track your play sessions for all of your games, so this will be great for players who have been unable to log their 1945 sessions up to now.
You know how people often say that the last 20% of a project feels like 80% of the work? That has certainly been the case for us as we’ve polished our card graphics, pinned down a box design, worked with our printer to get the kinks sorted out, and finished out our manual.
But now we’re finally ready to make our game available to anyone who wants a copy; Version 1.0 of 1945 is finally on sale!
If you’d like a copy of your own, you can order it at Gamecrafter, our printing partner. And as a special thank-you to all of you who have encouraged us, provided feedback, had a variety of terrific ideas, and playtested our early versions with us, we’re selling the game at cost for the next week, so grab a copy fast!
Rules lawyers, we need your help! Contact us if you’d be interested in helping proofread the manual and earn our undying gratitude. (Those of you who haven’t played the game yet would be especially welcome.)
We’ve gotten in another stack of art from our very talented artist, and have been working to incorporate the new artwork with our latest design tweaks. Here are a few more samples to whet your appetites!
Look what came in the mail today! First prototypes on-site. Woohoo!