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Ted Alspach, the man behind Bézier, is probably best known as the cartoonist who produces the Board 2 Pieces strip. Or is he best known for his many expansion boards for Age of Steam/Steam? Or as the designer of quirky, fun games like Start Player and, more recently, Tie Breaker? He is all of these things and more, which tells you a lot about Ted!

Bézier Games has been running for several years as the imprint for Ted's board games, card games and Age of Steam/Steam expansions. You can find out more at the Bézier Games website.

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

 

Age of Steam/Steam Expansion: America/Europe (Ted Alspach)

Double-sided mounted board, with two fairly standard maps: £20.00.
 

 

Age of Steam/Steam Expansion: Mississippi Steamboats/Golden Spike (Ted Alspach)

Double-sided, mounted board with two long, thin maps that are as much about connections as moving goods: £20.00.
 

 

Age of Steam Expansion/Steam: Vermont/New Hampshire (Ted Alspach)

Double-sided, mounted board of the two New England states. Vermont features the trials of winter, while New Hampshire is strictly anti-cooperative. With two copies, you can put them together for the challenge of 'Central New England': £20.00.
 

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America (Ted Alspach and Friedemann Friese)

I'm not a fan of trivia games in general, but this one is terrific. No surprise, given the pedigree of the two designers. While players get points for the correct answer, they can also score for being close to the right one. This gives opportunities for tactical play and piggy-backing on other players' answers. And, despite the title, the questions are accessible to non-Americans: £33.00
 

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Beer & Pretzels (Ted Alspach)

A light-hearted dexterity game of chucking 'beermats' about! It's great, silly fun and there's a sly tactical element, too: £22.00.
 

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Castles of Mad King Ludwig (Ted Alspach)

Players are architects laying out their designs for the King. They score points for the ways their selected rooms, corridors and spaces connect (or not). A clever sort-of-auction mechanism decides who gets what pieces: £43.00.
 

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Castles of Mad King Ludwig: Secrets (Ted Alspach)

An expansion for this excellent game that adds all manner of interesting twists. Surrounding your castle with moats can score lots of points, for example, but this limits where you can add rooms. Then there are the secret passages and the swans hidden in some rooms. £17.00.
 

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Colony (Ted Alspach, Toryo Hojo and Yoshihisa Nakatsu)

A card-based development game with players adding buildings to their colony. The challenge is managing the volatile resources required – represented by dice, using the pips to show how much players hold. I'm looking forward to playing it myself: £40.00
 

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One Night Ultimate Werewolf (Ted Alspach and Akihisa Okui)

A clever variant on Werewolf that packs the action into just one night. What's more, everybody gets to play and nobody gets knocked out. It's fast and furious: £15.00.
 

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Start Player (Ted Alspach)

Brilliant way of deciding who starts the next game. Just pull a card and see who matches the entertaining requirements. This is the Z-Man edition, though the game was originally published by Bézier: £10.00.
 

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Suburbia (Ted Alspach)

The goal is to have the most populated 'Borough'. This you do by adding developments to make it more attractive – and provide income to continue developing. Timing is crucial and you need to look for synergy in your developments. And keep in mind the bonuses at the end of the game. Impressive stuff: £30.00.
 

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Suburbia Inc (Ted Alspach)

This is another excellent expansion. As well as providing more buildings for the original game, Suburbia Inc introduces borders and challenges. Borders are worth buying, on the face of it, but restrict the further growth of your borough. This makes buying one a tricky decision. Clever: £17.50.
 

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Suburbia: 5 Star (Ted Alspach)

A second expansion for Suburbia adds some new features to the game and supports a fifth player. The key addition is that some buildings come with stars and collecting them becomes another goal. £18.00.
 

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Ultimate Werewolf (Ted Alspach)

The ultimate party game for anywhere from a few friends to dozens of people. Each player has an agenda: as a villager, hunt down the werewolves; as a werewolf, convince the villagers that you're innocent, while secretly dining on those same villagers each night. It's great fun and this is the 2012 edition from Pegasus: £12.00.
 

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Ultimate Werewolf Inquisition (Legend Dan Hoffman)

A deduction game that takes Werewolf as its starting point, but doesn't knock players out of the game. Players are inquisitors investigating werewolf attacks, but have themselves been infiltrated by the werewolves... clever stuff: £16.00.
 

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