Europe 1919 Custom Board Game….

  • '12


    I just thought I’d show you a little something I made a few years ago. Basically, it’s is a one-colour silkscreened map of Europe circa 1919, made to be simply viewed or played as if it was the classic Risk board game. It has 106 squares and 21 national bonus areas. Also included: 112 different pre-cut country cards on cardstock. It doesn’t come with any army pieces or die, but you could easily put together a nice set from other sources. Sheet size is 24x28".

    Anyways, I think it’s pretty something, though I haven’t played it in years. You can find an interview with me about it (and games in general) at the following URL:

    That’s it for now. Enjoy.


  • Liaison TripleA '11 '10


    Do you have a high quality .PDF of this? I want to get it printed.

    And where is the WW2 Version?!?!?! 😛

  • '12

    Thanks for the kind words, Gargantua. I’ve silkscreened a bunch of them and have been selling them for years. You can see bigger pics of the thing at my online shop.

    I sell these at art fairs and the majority of buyers don’t even care that it’s a game–they just see it as decor. I have a giant one-off 3-foot square one in a gold frame on my hallway wall. One of my favourite things.

    A WW2 version? Maybe some time. But I’m currently working on an illustrated history of the Cold War on top of my regular assignments, so my schedule’s pretty tight.


  • Customizer

    Ireland wasn’t partitioned until 1921, so this isn’t strictly accurate for 1919.

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