Days of Wonder
Days of Wonder is a board game publisher based in the United States and France. Founded in 2002, Days of Wonder distributes its games to 25 countries. It specialises in German-style board games and have branched out to include some online games and iPad games. Days of Wonder has published games in English, French, German and Korean. Days of Wonder was co-founded by Eric Hautemont and vice president Mark Kaufman.
In 2004, Days of Wonder received the Spiel des Jahres for their board game, Ticket to Ride, by Alan R. Moon. Ticket to Ride is the company's best selling series according to Boardgamegeek.com. It was the youngest publisher ever to take that award. Shadows Over Camelot won a special Spiel des Jahres award as Best Fantasy Game in 2006. In 2009, Smallworld received three awards including "Best Game of the Year", "Best Family Game", and "Best Game Artwork" from the Dice Tower Gaming Awards.
Days of Wonder publishes top-quality board and card games. Their name is derived from the sense of wonder that we all had as children, when we first fell in love with playing games.
We regularly stock the complete line of Ticket to Ride games, as well as, the Small World series, Memoir '44 and others.
Small World: River World - Discover new maps full of water regions haunted by merciless pirates. Defend your precious harbors, fight the pirates on the river, and still keep an eye on your opponents!
Ticket to Ride: 15th Anniversary Special Edition is a cross-country train adventure in which players collect and play matching train cards to claim railway routes connecting cities throughout North America.
Ticket to Ride: Asia, Ticket to Ride Map Collection 1 - Embark on an incredible team adventure using the Team Asia map or enjoy the quiet pleasures of traveling alone along the Silk Road of the Legendary Asia map.
Ticket to Ride: Nederland, Ticket to Ride Map Collection 4 contains a new game board with new rules for use with Ticket to Ride or Ticket to Ride: Europe with players now creating train lines in the Netherlands.