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Board Games by GMT Games

GMT Games is now in its 28th year of creating and publishing a broad line of Wargames, Strategy games, Eurogames, and Family games. Although headquartered in Hanford, California, GMT is a 21st century "virtual company," with management, creative talent, and art and design teams spread all over the world, connected via the internet. Almost all of our day-to-day interaction between team members and with our customers occurs online.

Twilight Struggle board game
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Dominant Species board game
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Battle Line board game
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1960: The Making of the President board game
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Sekigahara: The Unification of Japan board game
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Commands & Colors: Ancients board game
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Cuba Libre board game
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Combat Commander: Europe board game
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1846: The Race for the Midwest board game
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Space Empires 4X board game
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I want artistic on the cover. This is a big personal preference of mine. 

For the sides I want to to be like a book. I want the game name, the publisher, the designer, and the illustrator. Look at #Pax Pamir (Second Edition) for an example of what I'm talking about.

For the back I want all the information. I think that GMT Games is as close as you can come to the picture perfect box back. Here is some, not all, of the information on the back of a GMT box.

  • Number of players. 
  • How complex the believe it to be. 
  • How suitable they believe it is for solo play. 
  • Samples of: counters, cards, and the board.
  • Complete list of game components. 
  • And much more. 

So I want artistic front and sides and super practical back.