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Based in Köln (or Cologne), Argentum Verlag is now more than ten years old. Its first crop of games were published in 2004 and were well received. As the company's website puts it, "Argentum offers games to wrack your brain and test your nerves ... We aim to make our games both accessible and fun." You can find out more at the Argentum website.

The table below lists the Argentum games available from Games from Pevans. Click on the title or picture to find out more about them.
 

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1001 Karawane (Roman Mathar)

Players explore and trade around the desert, aiming to be the first to collect three artefacts. Interesting stuff: £25.00
 

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Antarctica (Charles Chevallier)

Good looking and intriguing game of research on (exploitation of?) the southernmost continent. It's tricky to get the right actions at the right time, even without the other players getting in the way! £20.00
 

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Coney Island (Michael Schacht)

A clever game of constructing the eponymous funfair. There are multiple layers from which players must balance income and points. It's full of balances and trade-offs: £27.00.
 

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Desperados (Florian Racky)

This is an intriguing co-operative game set in the Wild West. One player is the Marshal, trying to thwart the others, a team of desperadoes trying to get money any way they can. It's all bluff and counter-bluff as they try to out-guess each other's moves: £27.00.
 

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El Gaucho (Arve Fühler)

Entertaining game of herding cattle (well, collecting tiles) on the Argentinian pampas. Players have to make the best use of each round's dice rolls and the special actions available. I really enjoy it: £20.00. (Note: German edition with English rules – there are no language-dependent components.)
 

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First Train to Nuremberg (Martin Wallace)

This is a rather different railway game as players hire trains rather than buy them, ship goods and people and hope to sell out before their railway starts losing money. It's a development of Martin Wallace's Last Train to Wensleydale, which is also included in the box: £28.00.
 

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Garden Gnomes Society (Gartenzwerge e.V) (Roman Mathar)

This is your chance to breed garden gnomes and be first to get that elusive gold cap gnome! The theme is bonkers, the game is clever and it's all good fun: £6.50.
 

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Hansa Teutonica (Andreas Steding)

Set around the cities of the Hanseatic League, this is a game of establishing trade routes and setting up trading posts. It's another challenging, tactical game from Andreas Steding. I have one copy in a dented box: £21.00.
 

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Out of stock
 

Hansa Teutonica: East Expansion (Andreas Steding)

This expansion for Hansa Teutonica moves the action to Northeastern Germany and the areas around (and across) the Baltic Sea: £9.00.
 

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Out of stock
 

Hansa Teutonica: Britannia (Andreas Steding)

This expansion for Hansa Teutonica provides another alternative board, a map of Britain rather than Germany: £9.00.
 

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Metallurgie (Maik Hennebach)

The theme is alchemy: players start with cards representing iron and build up to gold. The aim is to complete patterns to score points. It needs care, planning and a little luck: £7.00.
 

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UFOs! Fries from Space (UFOs! Fritten aus dem All) (Petra Brandenburger)

Fast food joints are really a front for aliens taking over the Earth – and you're one of them! Sell the most fries and conquer the planet. (German edition with English rules). Clearance price: £10.00 (or make me an offer...).
 

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Wind River (Roman Mathar)

A game of native Americans, buffalo and the Great Plains. Players try to keep their tribe with the migrating buffalo – which they all have a hand in moving. A good-looking, clever game: £25.00
 

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Yunnan (Aaron Haag)

Players are trading tea from the eponymous province through the whole of China along the Tea-Horse Road. The key is choosing the right moment to switch from generating cash (for further development) to scoring points. Another clever game (In German with English rules): £28.00 (with Dian Mu Temple add-on).
 

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