AuZtralia is an adventure/exploration game for 1 – 4 players set in an alternate reality 1930s. The theme is inspired by Martin Wallace’s board game ‘A Study in Emerald’.

Build a port, construct railways, mine and farm for food. You’ll need to prepare for the awakening. You’ll need to fight. Everything you do in the game costs time, which is one of AuZtralia’s most valued resources.

At a point in time, the Old Ones will wake up and become an active player. They begin to reveal themselves and move, with potentially devastating outcomes.

You’ll need to prepare wisely for the awakening and co-operate with others to defeat the most dangerous Old ones. Military units will help you to locate, fight and defend against the nightmarish beings that may be lurking on your doorstep. As well as hardware, you’ll need to recruit some people who have the skills and resources to help you.

Will humanity prevail or will the Old Ones wreak their revenge?

REVIEWS

“It’s a sharp, fun, funny, exciting, tension filled, dynamic, ‘push your luck’ experience…”

“Rock solid, really well considered. Very very high fun factor game.”

“The game has a real personality to it…””I’ve enjoyed this as a solo game. Man it is fast! Very very cool.”

Rahdo Runs Through
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“It definitely is a weird one, and that’s precisely why it works for me. 

Part train game, part colony simulator, and part race against a host of extraterrestrial squid-monsters who dabble in mind control, AuZtralia is likely to stand out as one of Martin Wallace’s strangest – and best – offerings.”

Dan the Innocent on Space-Biff!
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“Auztralia’s art is purely breathtaking, amongst the best I have seen in any board game.”

Derek ‘Dez’ Maggs, Goto Game
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“I really really enjoyed it. If you’ve enjoyed Martin Wallace games then you’ll absolutely enjoy this one too.” “Moves at an absolute clip!” “I’m loving the art in this game” “Great replayability”

The DiceMenCometh
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“Another great train game. A great twist on a genre. The theming is really great, the train mechanics are really great”

Brian Drake – VIDEO HERE >


“The solo system is brilliant. Every flip of the card brings out emotion!”

Stephen Croft (tester)

THE RULES

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Auztralia 

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AVAILABLE LANGUAGES

AuZtralia in English

ENGLISH

AuZtralia in French

FRENCH

AuZtralia in German

GERMAN

AuZtralia in Italian

ITALIAN

AuZtralia in Spanish

SPANISH

AuZtralia in Polish

POLISH

AuZtralia in Portugese

PORTUGESE