Medusa Games is based in Birmingham UK and is developing board and card games. Currently we have several game projects we are working on and our first game was released in 2010.
The Nine Worlds
This is a new game in development.
The Nine worlds of Norse and Anglo-Germanic myth is the battle ground for this area control game.
Players struggle to take control of The Nine Worlds, spending action points to add or remove armies, move them between the worlds or banish them to Helheim.
Control of a world gives access to World Powers players can use to win the game.
Victory relates to the numbers of armies players have in the Nine Worlds along with controlling or disputing control of as many worlds as possible.
A prototype will be on show at Dragonmeet 2015 and Conpulsion 2016 as well s UK Games Expo
Nine Worlds scheduled for release in October 2016
Great Fire: London 1666
The players are men of wealth and standing who own property around London. They can use the trained bands to fight the fire, use demolitions to destroy blocks of housing to prevent the fire flowing or turn a blind eye and allow the fire to spread and damage rival’s property. Victory can belong to the player with the most property left but putting out fires can give you a boost. In addition each player will have several hidden objectives which might include helping another player or protecting parts of the city.
Using the game to teach children. Here are some notes.
Great Fire was released in October 2010
Other Games - in R+D
1910: All the world is fascinated by the conquest of the air. National Newspapers put out huge prozes for winners of air races.
Build your plane and take off on the 1910 air race.
1066 Battle of Hasting Card Game
It is October 14th 1066 - late afternoon. On Senlac Hill near Hastings the Saxon Army under King Harold II is fighting the invading Normans under William, Duke of Normandy. The battle is not going well for William. Twice he has attacked and twice been repelled and it looks as if he cannot break Harold’s Lines.
The Great Museum
Players take on the roles of the owners of the world’s great museums.
A game about the Medieval London Bridge