Where to Buy Games
Since I am not allowed to sell anything on this web site (it's a free web site), I have listed places you can go to purchase the games I have posted. Keep in mind that some of these games are very rare and are hard to find. Also, I have no control over prices. Some of these games are highly sought after and sell for a premium ($200+). But if you are patient, or if you are willing to not have a Mint game, then the game can be found. The easiest and sometimes the most cost effective place to look for games is, of course, ebay. The people selling usually give a good description of the game and what condition it is in. The other sites I have listed are more for newer games, but older games can be found. Another way to purchase games is the the newsgroups. I will check with Mike to find the best ones. So here is the list:
Ebay (www.ebay.com) for anything
BoardGameGeek (www.boardgamegeek.com). Mostly newer games
Funagain Games (www.funagain.com). Mostly newer games
German Games (www.germangames.com). They have German games.
Amazon/Toy R Us (both found at www.amazon.com). Books and games
Middle Earth Games (www.middleearthgames.com). PBEM Middle Earth Game.
Decipher Games (www.decipher.com). RPG games.
Games Workshop (www.games-workshop.com). The miniatures game.
Lord of the Rings Net (www.lordoftherings.net). Official Web site.
Noble Knight Games (nobleknight.com - no www). Older and newer games here.
Recgames.boardgame.marketplace. (good place to find some of the older and more rarer games)
Sabertooth Games (sabertoothgames.com) for the LOTR Combat Hex Tradeable Miniatures Game.
Mike ([email protected]) -I'm looking to sell some of my tolkien boardgames. If anyone is interested, please email me
Impact International (www.impactint.com) for the UK Lord of the Rings boardgames