Print and Play Archive


Aether Captains

  • Players: 1 – 6
  • Playing Time: 30 – 60 minutes
  • BGG Rating: 7.1 (69 ratings)
  • From BGG:  Aether Captains is a steampunk themed, scenario-based, asymmetric board game for 1-6 players. One player commands the mighty naval zeppelins of the Grand Compact.  As Commander, you have been tasked by the Emperor to defend the Grand Compact from the merciless sky pirates. The remaining players command waves of attacking sky pirates, each with their own unique objectives which may pit them against any player when it results in the greatest profit for themselves.

Aether Captains – Complete


Banzuke Shoushin

  • Players: 1 – 3
  • Playing Time: 600 minutes
  • BGG Rating: N/A
  • From BGG:  Banzuke Shoushin (番付昇進 ‘Rise through the ranks of sumo’) is – as the name already indicates – a sumo wrestling career simulation game. Hence, it does not focus on individual bouts (even though hundreds of fights are simulated during the game), but on the whole of a rikishi’s (sumo wrestler) career. There are 12 rikishi in the game, but only a small number of those are player-controled; the others are ‘automated’, i.e. controled by the game. The game is intended to be played by a very small number of players or solitaire. In principle it could work with up to 6, but it is recommended for 2 or 3 players. During a single game year, rikishi first train, which means that they improve their skills in 1 or 2 of 5 different areas of skill (endurance, strength, weight (yes, that’s a skill here…), speed, technique). In the meanwhile their oyakata (stable masters, comp. coaches) try to improve their spirits, which works like a 6th skill. After training the basho (tournament) begins. A whole year of sumo (6 basho) is condensed into a single tournament (of 45 bouts) in the game. Every bout is decided by the match tactic and a number of dice. Rikishi can try to influence the match tactic such that it matches their strongest skills (or the opponent’s weaknesses). After the basho the banzuke (ranking) is adjusted, rikishi age one year, and some retire (forcibly or voluntarily).Playing one game year takes about 45 to 60 minutes, most of which is taken up by the tournament. Consequently, simulating a 10-year sumo career will take up to 10 hours. It is, however, easy to store away the game in between years, and thus to play the game in many different sessions spread out over a longer period of time.

Banzuke Shoushin – Bookkeeping Charts

Banzuke Shoushin – Components

Banzuke Shoushin – Rules


Deep Space D-6

  • Players: 1
  • Playing Time: 25 – 30 minutes
  • BGG Rating: 7.5 (388 ratings)
  • From BGG: Deep Space D-6 is a solitaire dice game about surviving the cruel depths of space. Each turn you’ll roll Crew dice and assign them to stations. You must plan carefully to take care of internal and external threats to your ship. Survive to win.

Deep Space D-6 Components

Deep Space D-6 Rules

Deep Space D-6 Mint Tin Edition – This is a file that has components for the game that are sized to fit into an Altoids tin or similarly sized container.


The Draugr

  • Players: 1
  • Playing Time: 20 minutes
  • BGG Rating: 7.2 (45 ratings)
  • From BGG: The Draugr, reanimated dead imbued with magical powers, have come to the region of Trøndelag seeking to corrupt the town of Stjørdal. Only you, a lone revenant hunter, can protect the town and slay they who walk again. Armed with limited supply of holy water and iron spikes you enter the town square and prepare for the coming onslaught. The Draugr is a solitaire game playing in about 20 minutes.

The Draugr – Complete


Endless Nightmare

  • Players: 1
  • Playing Time: 10 minutes
  • BGG Rating: N/A
  • From BGG: Mechanically, Endless Nightmare is a simple push your luck, risk management game where the player must strike a balance between spending actions on the threats and resources while trying to run as long as possible before their inevitable defeat.

Endless Nightmare Die Board

Endless Nightmare Game Board

Endless Nightmare Rules


Elevenses for One

  • Players: 1
  • Playing Time: 5 minutes
  • BGG Rating: 6.4 (163 ratings)
  • From BGG: Welcome to Elevenses for One – a game for one player who must load her Tea Trolley with all the accoutrements required for a splendid morning tea… before the clock strikes 11! A micro solitaire game with just 11 cards (each with specific actions the player must choose to follow or ignore – possibly to her detriment), Elevenses for One is a tense puzzle. Can you load the Tea Trolley correctly within fifteen actions?

Elevenses for One – Components

Elevenses for One – Rules


It’s a Pharaohs Life

  • Players: 1
  • Playing Time: 20 minutes
  • BGG Rating: N/A
  • From BGG: A single player paper and pencil game where you play as a pharaoh, how long can the reign last and what impact will individual pharaohs have on the world is the question this game seeks to answer.

It’s a Pharaohs Life – Complete



  • Players: 1
  • Playing Time: 10 – 15 minutes
  • BGG Rating: N/A
  • From BGG: In Mizuage you take on the role of an 18th century geisha. The objective is to perfect your art, and free yourself of the bonds of servitude. Mizuage utilizes the dice rolling set collection mechanic to allow you to increase your abilities in each of 3 arts. Get 3 of 1 face and improve that art. Get 1 of each face and improve any art. Beware the geisha face as it stops you from re-rolling and accrues debt. The more you increase your skill the easier it will be to pay off your debt, but if you do not start paying off your debt early enough you will certainly end life in servitude. You win by attaining wealth. At the easiest level you win if you can finish with just 1 coin. At greater difficulty levels you must finish with more wealth.

Mizuage – Components

Mizuage – Rules


A Night in Deepwail Manor

  • Players: 1 – 2
  • Playing Time: 15 minutes
  • BGG Rating: N/A
  • From BGG: A Night in Deepwail Manor is a short and simple push-your-luck game for 1 or 2 players playable in 5-15 minutes that uses only a small deck of 29 custom cards as well as 4 double-sided character cards. The player (or players) will control two children who explore the creepy Deepwail Manor on a dare and face eerie locations and dangerous encounters as they venture deeper into the mansion.

A Night in Deepwail Manor – Cards

A Night in Deepwail Manor – Player Aid and Scoring Card

A Night in Deepwail Manor – Rules



  • Players: 1
  • Playing Time: N/A
  • BGG Rating: N/A
  • From BGG: Players will use a deck of cards for the gameboard, and dice and the rules to get things done. Options include cutting lights off in homes, cutting phone lines, trying to fight and kill the victims, as in any slasher film. Of course, when that doesn’t go to plan, then you need to decide how to deal with the police, potential survivor types, and other issues.Will you spend a turn rolling to pickup a weapon to help you kill? Or try to rush in and dispatch foes? It’s all up to you. This game allows for quite a bit of choice.

Slasher – Director’s Cut – Complete


Sub Terra

  • Players: 1 – 6
  • Playing Time: 45 – 90 minutes
  • BGG Rating: 8.3 (183 ratings)
  • From BGG: A 1-6 player cooperative game of terrifying cave escape. Players take the role of amateur cavers attempting to escape an unexplored network of subterranean tunnels, before the lights flicker out or the darker things beneath the Earth catch up to them.

Sub Terra – Board Tiles

Sub Terra – Cards

Sub Terra – Character Boards

Sub Terra – Rules

Sub Terra – Tokens


Sword & Sail

  • Players: 2 – 5
  • Playing Time: 30 minutes
  • BGG Rating: 6.7 (119 ratings)
  • From BGG: It’s the dawn of a new era, new lands are waiting to be explored… armies are growing in power by constructing ships… small tribes are now becoming empires. Who will be the first to succeed where someday others will follow? The object of the game is to be the first to control an entire empire by having your armies or navies (the small tokens) on every region of an empire. Armies and navies are placed on the game board by playing action cards.

Sword & Sail – Complete


The Thing

  • Players: 2 – 4+
  • Playing Time: 45 minutes
  • BGG Rating: 7.1 (164 ratings)
  • From BGG: The Thing is an unauthorised non-collectable, non-profit game for two to six players, based on the 1982 horror movie masterpiece “John Carpenter’s The Thing”, and simulates the paranoid members of an American Antarctic research facility (Outpost 31) being overrun by – or conquering – a parasitic alien organism capable of perfectly imitating its victims. One player begins as the Thing – all the other players start as human.

The Thing – Rules

The Thing – Card Fronts 1

The Thing – Card Fronts 2

The Thing – Card Fronts 3

The Thing – Card Backs

The Thing – Errata Cards

The Thing – Box Top

The Thing – Box Bottom


Tombs: The Sword of Valhalla

  • Players: 1
  • Playing Time: 15 minutes
  • BGG Rating: N/A
  • From BGG: Tombs is a quick and easy game of tomb-raiding. The board is a brickwork grid of tiles the player must navigate to reach their goal. However the Tomb is always geared against the player, who must keep their valiant band of explorers alive by selling artifacts and managing inventory to argument the trials of the Tomb. To win the expedition must recover the Sword of Valhalla before their inventory runs out or they all meet an untimely end.

Tombs: The Sword of Valhalla



  • Players: 1
  • Playing Time: 15 – 30 minutes
  • BGG Rating: N/A
  • From BGG: Wolven is a solitaire, hidden-role deduction game in which you (as the Slayer) seek to identify and eliminate the werewolves before they overrun the village… AND before you sprout fur and claws! If, at the end of any round, all of the werewolves have been eliminated, the player wins. If, however, the werewolves ever outnumber the regular villagers remaining in the game, the player loses.

Wolven – Assembly Guide

Wolven – Cards

Wolven – Player Mat

Wolven – Rules

Wolven – Tokens