News: Warehouse 51

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Combine ancient magical artifacts, stunning art, auctions, and Bruno Faidutti’s touch and you have a game I would buy in a heartbeat, and I will when comes out this fall.
Warehouse 51 - Box

Warehouse 51, is an auction game where 3-5 players bid for the ancient legendary (and magical) artifacts. But as it is with all things valuable there are a lot of fakes out there and you won’t know exactly what you get until you get it. The game is a collaboration between Bruno FaiduttiAndre Zatz and Sergio Halaba and will be published by Funforge. Rafael Zanchetin has done the beautiful and stunning art for this game and it really makes the game and the slightly silly theme shine through.

The year is 2038. The US state is going bankrupt. The federal government finally resolves to sell his most precious assets, including the many artifacts accumulated during their times of glory and stored in the mysterious warehouse 51. Players are Chinese, Brazilian, Russian or Indian moguls wanting to exhibit them in their expensive collections. Of course, the Holy Grail, the Philosopher’s Stone, Aladdin’s Lamp or Mjölnir, the Hammer of Thor, are not only outstanding works of antique art – they are artifacts embedded with mysterious powers and ancient curses.


Warehouse 51 - Art



Facts about Warehouse 51

  • Players: 3 – 5
  • Playing time: 40 minutes

Would you like to know more?

Check out Bruno Faidutti’s (one of the designers of the games) blog post about the game:

Warehouse 51 - Art

Follow Peter H. Møller:

Tabletop Together and dachshund owner, sci-fi geek, trekkie and whovian. Lover of medium length, thematic, silly (in the good way), worker placement style games. A sucker for beautiful art. Generally just a big lovable teddy bear.

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