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I'm Néstor Romeral Andrés and these are some of my games released by other publishers (Some links might be discontinued). Also, if you're interested, you can find games available for publication here.

Space Defenders (Straznicy kosmosu) (Nasza Ksiegarnia)

Space Defenders is a tribute to the arcade games of the 1970s and 1980s. Up to four players must defend earth from hordes of attacking invaders from outer space by eliminating all of them before they reach the bottom row of the board.

Sugar Gliders (White Goblin Games / Funbox)

Sugar Gliders are small marsupials that are able to float through the air. These creatures live in large forests and jump from branch to branch in search of food.

Twardy orzech do zgryzienia (Nasza Ksiegarnia)

Sugar Gliders are small marsupials that are able to float through the air. These creatures live in large forests and jump from branch to branch in search of food.

HONG (White Goblin Games)

Does the dragonmaster flood the empire or does the emperor stand up? Help the emperor fight the two-headed dragons!

Ni-Ju Japanese Provervs Ed. (XV Games)

Ni-Ju ("20" in japanese) is a tile laying game for 2 players. In Ni-Ju , players compete to create the pattern depicted on at least one of their tiles by surrounding that same tile with other tiles.


Greener (XV Games)

Geener is a game of long term strategy, where every turn you must plan your captures so that when the match ends you captured more green pyramids than the opponent.


Ni-Ju (PrintAndPlay Games)

Ni-Ju ("20" in japanese) is a tile laying game for 2 players. In Ni-Ju , players compete to create the pattern depicted on at least one of their tiles by surrounding that same tile with other tiles.


Ni-Ju (Henmar Games)

Ni-Ju ("20" in japanese) is a tile laying game for 2 players. In Ni-Ju , players compete to create the pattern depicted on at least one of their tiles by surrounding that same tile with other tiles.


BLUE (PrintAndPlay Games)

BLUE is a three-coloured tile-laying game for 3 players with a variant for 2. Players place tiles on the table trying to create as many rows and spots of their colour as possible.


LOT (Gerhards)

The name LOT derives from "Line of Three". When you create a line of three pieces of your color, you remove two of them and put another one on top of the remaining piece forming a stack. Make a line of three consecutive stacks of your color to win.


TAIJI (Blue Panther)

TAIJI means ‘Great Duality’ and represents the fight of Good vs. Evil, Light vs. Darkness, YIN vs. YANG. But YIN and YANG are indivisible! That’s why both players use the same indivisible “dual” pieces. The object of the game is to get the highest score summing up the 2 largest shapes of connected squares of your colour.