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  • What's coming next?

    April 30, 2024: Salem 1692, Tortuga 1667, Deadwood 1876 Deluxe Editions Kickstarter

    March 2025: Dark Cities #6 on Kickstarter

    Future: Dark Cities 7-12, Game Days 3-7, Light RPG game

    The Dark Cities Series

    Each game in the Dark Cities Series will: Focus on a city and a year from history, accommodate at least 2-9 players, have a dark, mysterious, or secretive element in its gameplay, and come in the same-sized faux book box

    Volume 1: Salem 1692 (released as Salem in 2015, re-released 2017) 

    Volume 2: Tortuga 1667 (released 2017)

    Volume 3: Deadwood 1876 (released 2018)

    Volume 4:  Bristol 1350 (released 2021)

    Volume 5:Hollywood 1947 (to be released late 2023)

    Retail & Distribution

    We would love for you to sell our games at any physical location or store.

    Facade Games is partnered with PSI, which stocks our games with most of the major USA and international distributors. 

    To get more information on exactly which USA and International distributors are currently carrying our games, please reach out to PSI here.

    To view our internet re-seller policy, please visit this page.

    Replacement pieces

    Email help@facadegames.com and let us know what you're missing and your shipping address. We're happy to send a replacement!

    No worries :) Email help@facadegames.com and let us know what you need replaced and your shipping address. We'll often ask that you Paypal us a few dollars to cover shipping.

    I'm also a game publisher!

    Yes we do! We've summarized our process and some helpful tips in this blog post. We have many creators ask us for advice so we ask that you please reach out to us directly only if you still have questions after reading the blog post, the links at the bottom of the post, and some of the other online resources provided by other board game publishers.

    We've summarized most of our Kickstarter takeaways in this blog post.

    Yes and no. Because we're a smaller company, we only plan on publishing 1-2 games per year. Because of this, we are very selective about accepting game submissions. Please read this page regarding submissions that we will accept. Thank you!