Phalanx

Phalanx is a publisher of high quality games, which are beautifully presented, fun to play and easy to learn. We cooperate with world class designers: Martin Wallace and Mark Simonitch and a group of other, very exciting new names in the games realm.

We have brought to you '1944. Race to the Rhine', nominated to Golden Geek Award for the Best Wargame 2014. Our in-house designed game 'The Magnates' has been recommended as an official teaching tool in schools.We have also published highly rated 'Brass' for mobile devices and soon will bring you a new, 20th Anniversary Edition of a classic 'Hannibal. Rome vs Carthage'.

Our games have been published in English, German, French, Spanish and Polish and are being played and enjoyed world wide.

We, at PHALANX, just love games.

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Crowd Funding Projects from Phalanx

Successors
Award-winning, World's Top 20 multiplayer political & military game. Updated, upgraded with minis and beautifully illustrated. Act now!

August 2019, London, UK, GB
785%
funded
£314.1K
pledged
Nanty Narking
A truly Victorian board game of wit and podsnappery. Martin Wallace’s best-selling title in a brand new deluxe edition.
Setting: Historical
September 2018, London, UK, GB
386%
funded
£231.6K
pledged
UBOOT The Board Game
A real-time, app-driven board game of WW2 submarine warfare. This underwater war thriller will put your skills to the ultimate test.
Setting: Pirates, Historical
January 2018, London, UK, GB
1,056%
funded
£686.7K
pledged
HANNIBAL & HAMILCAR
20th Anniversary Edition of award-winning 2-player game by legendary Mark Simonitch. Two games on epic struggle of Rome and Carthage.
Setting: Historical
April 2017, London, UK, GB
1,317%
funded
£263,443
pledged


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