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  • Re: 18xx games on BoardGameGeek.

    On Mon, Nov 30, 2015 at 7:29 PM, Chris Shaffer chris.shaffer@... ... I'm not sure - I think games that were conceived but never made it to "publication"

    john_a_tamplin 1 hour ago
  • Re: 18xx games on BoardGameGeek.

    Their policy has changed. Probably due to the number of games that are being submitted as concepts, prototypes, and in-development, but never actually come to

    dolusdeceit 1 hour ago
  • Re: 18xx games on BoardGameGeek.

    Rather than point to other 18xx, I'd point to the pre-release games that are being unveiled at Essen, Origins, GenCon and other game conventions that are

    wakko_the_malkav 1 hour ago
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Discussions about Railway Board Games based on 1829, 1830 and successors.

The 1800s group is for discussing news and play relating to railroad board games based on the concepts of the 1829 and 1830 games originally designed by Francis Tresham.

These multiplayer games entail a simulation of railroad corporation growth and stock market manipulations, while building a railroad
network using a hex track tiles on a specific geography.

The title of the games often relates to a key year that railroad development was started in that region, most of which occured during the 1800's.

There have been a number of games professionally published, and many more fan designs.

For more information on 1800s games themselves see (please exchange 00 with double x):

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  • 1944
  • Board Games
  • Mar 1, 1999
  • English

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