New! Dark Dealings: Dwarven Delve

New! Dark Dealings: Dwarven Delve

We're proud to announce the first big expansion to Dark Dealings! Dark Dealings: Dwarven Delve will take players underground as the dark lords of subterranean dungeons and fortresses. The heroes have not given up on finding them, sending their mightiest dwarves to chase you from your lair! You'll have to use your new goblin and troll-powered defenses to hold back the siege, or get evicted (again) - and let's be honest, moving is a pain.

New Game: Spires Coming to Kickstarter Oct 18

New Game: Spires Coming to Kickstarter Oct 18

We're happy to announce our next game, Spires by award winning designer, T.C. Petty III. Check it out on Board Game Geek.

In Spires, a royal family with a penchant for towers has decreed the builders of the kingdom – the players – to perk up the kingdom's skyline with new spires. In answer to their call, players compete to catch the eye of the royal family and ultimately, the title of Royal Builder. Players must be careful though. If they build a spire taller than the royal palace, they'll be penalized instead of praised.

Dark Dealings in Portuguese

Richmond, VA – Richmond based board game publisher, Nevermore Games, announced today that they have entered into a licensing agreement with Brazilian publisher RetroPunk Publicações to translate Dark Dealings into Portuguese. The RetroPunk Publicações version of the game will be available to Brazilian audiences sometime in Q4 2016 or Q1 2017.

Play Dark Dealings & Spires at GenCon

The Nevermore team will be at GenCon again this year with multiple play throughs planned! Below is our schedule. You can sign up for these demos on GenCon.com. Sign-up for Spires and stay for Dark Dealings! Even if you don't sign up, stop by at the right time and if there is room we'll squeeze you in! Keep in mind space will be limited.

New Game: Spires by TC Petty III

New Game: Spires by TC Petty III

We're happy to announce plans to publish a new game by TC Petty III, Spires!

A King with a penchant for spires is asking his favorite builders – the players – to perk up his kingdom’s skyline. Players compete to build the tallest spires to receive the King’s favor, but his majesty has warned that the towers must not be taller than those on his royal palace.