Based on the classic novels by George R. R. Martin – which also led to HBO’s critically-acclaimed TV series – A Game of Thrones plunges you deep into battle over the land of Westeros. Take your place as the head of one of the feuding houses and battle, double-deal, and bargain your way to victory and the Iron Throne.
Give orders to your armies, control important characters, gather resources and defend your territories from attack. A Game of Thrones is ideal for anyone following the hit TV series; but is just as compelling to board game fans as well. Lay out your board, choose your side and make your move!
Suitable for ages 12+
For 3-6 players (best with 5 players)
Strategy game based on the classic novels by George R. R. Martin
Measures approximately 29.9cm(W) x 29.9cm(H) x 7.6cm(D)
A fantastic game and a staple at our board game nights.
As other reviewers have pointed out, the rules a little complex but fall into place once you've played a couple games.
It's a game that captures the essence of the books perfectly. You'll form alliances one turn only to stab your friends in the back for an iota of power the next. And with the Wildlings gathering power in the north, each turn has the suspense, action and fun of carefully planning your attack only for everything to fall apart as everyone else reveals their moves.
I wholly recommend it. Sean, Manchester, United Kingdom - 6th April 2013
Pretty tactical and clever game. Once you get going it can be a really good game but be prepared for a slow manual first game as its got a booklet about twelve pages long!
We usually play with about four to five players (Three minimum I think) but six player game is fantastic fun if everyone knows how to play! Ashley, Forfar, Scotland - 24th January 2013
Very intriguing game, played it a couple of times now and I love it! Takes some time to read the manual but when you play it it all falls into place.
I would recommend this game to anyone who likes boardgames and GoT.
on a side note, the game is for 3 to 6 players. Trea, Netherlands - 6th March 2012