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Yes, we do. Overseas distributors/retailers will have to bear the shipping cost and any custom duties/taxes. However, the shipping cost will be reduced with larger quantities ordered. We always source for the best shipping rates to offer to our distributors/retailers.

Three Kingdoms Redux

They are 10cm x 6.5cm.

Three Kingdoms Redux is also available at some of the game retailers and distributors. You may click through this link for the full list.

If your local retail store is interested in carrying our game, you can get them to contact us at auntie@startingplayer.com.

Do note that we are currently running some special deals in our store:

Take advantage of the deals now to benefit from the cost savings!

We started working on Three Kingdoms Redux in 2010. The entire designing and development process took more than four years. If you are interested to find out more, you can refer to our geeklist series on Boardgamegeek. The geeklist series discusses each part of the process in detail, e.g. playtesting, artwork, production, distribution and logistics.

The Han Dynasty, founded in 206 BC, ruled the central plains and much of modern day China for nearly four hundred years. However, by late second century, court politics and poor governance has left it in rapid decline. The government was dominated by corrupt eunuchs and officials who levied heavy taxes on the peasants, resulting in public discontent. This culminated in the Yellow Turban Rebellion led by Zhang Jiao in 184 AD during the reign of Emperor Ling (168-189 AD).

Although the Yellow Turban Rebellion was eventually put down, many surviving followers went on to become bandits and continued to create problems for the government. The Han army was unable to control the bandits and Emperor Ling granted direct administrative power over provinces and command of regional military to local lords. Many feudal lords took the opportunity to sever ties with the Han government and ruled independently. The more ambitious lords annexed neighbouring territories to expand their power bases. This led to the emergence of the three power blocs of Wei, Wu and Shu, and ushered in the Three Kingdoms period.

You can find out more about the history of the Three Kingdoms period here.

Yes, there are. Please visit the review page for Three Kingdoms Redux’s game reviews.

Bidding, Worker Placement, Variable Player Power, Partnership, Area Control, Card Drafting, Hand Management