Back in about 2004, Kris Gould introduced me to the prototype of his game, Nomads of Arabia. The game was great fun and I was particularly taken with Kris's unique way of representing the expanse of the desert by moving strips of board. In 2006, Wattsalpoag Games was born. (Must be a native American name, I thought, but no, the name stands for: "With All This Talent Sitting Around, Let's Put Out A Game!")
Wattsalpoag's first game was Claim It!, a 'push-your-luck' game of gold rush claim-jumping that debuted in October 2006. It was quickly followed by Fruit Fair and the finished Nomads of Arabia. My favourite to date is Jet Set, which appeared in 2008, and the company continues publishing with a clever little dice game, Buccaneer Bones, in 2011 and the clever Switching Tracks in 2015.
For more information, see the Wattsalpoag Games website.
The table below lists the Wattsalpoag products available from Games from Pevans. Click on the title or picture to find out more about them.