Terra Nova News

Trick of the Rails Now on Kickstarter

Posted by Justin Schaffer on

We are excited to announce that Trick of the Rails is now live on Kickstarter for only $13!

Trick of the Rails was designed by Hisashi Hayashi (Trains, Rolling Japan, Sail to India, Yokohama) and was originally published in 2011 by Japon Brand in a limited print run released only in Japan.

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Announcing "Trick of the Rails"

Posted by Justin Schaffer on

Terra Nova Games is proud to announce their fourth game release, Trick of the Rails, designed by Hisashi Hayashi. Trick of the Rails, based on the rise of the American railway period, is a unique card game combining 18XX-like portfolio management and trick-taking. Some of Hisashi’s other notable designs are Trains, Sail to India, Lost Legacy, Rolling Japan, and String Railway.

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Publishing Partnership Announcement

Posted by Justin Schaffer on

Aurora, Colorado – March 14, 2016. Today, Mr. B. Games announced that it is partnering with Terra Nova Games as its newest studio in the Mr. B Family.Mr. B Games has signed a partnership agreement with Terra Nova Games to work together on Terra Nova future releases, sales, and distribution. The first project from this partnership is a design from Dan Manfredini called Far Space Foundry with a second project in development.Sean Brown, president of Mr. B. Games had this to say - “I am very excited to be working with the folks at Terra Nova Games. Justin and Robert...

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A New Year, A New Look

Posted by Justin Schaffer on

Terra Nova Games just celebrated its three year anniversary this week. With that brought a lot of reflection for Robert and I on what we've been able to achieve so far, and what the future holds for us. Terra Nova Games was created just as a formality to be honest. Back in 2013, I had completed the design of Guile, a few friends liked it, so Robert and I decided to found this company as a hobby project to work on together. We never would have imagined what it's grown into, where it's enabled us to travel to, and all...

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