Aug 292015




In the United States, during the 1920s, the Volstead Act forbids the manufacturing and sale of alcohol. Nevertheless, prohibition is going to represent a gold mine for smugglers who dare to challenge the authorities. From the hooligan to the respected politician, many people have tried their luck on this lucrative market, yet it remains a dangerous activity since the agents of the prohibition; the Prohis, roam around…


In Prohis, each player embodies a smuggler who tries to make a fortune by transporting illegal goods – a highly precarious activity since the other players have the opportunity to check your cargo or even seize it if they find suspicious items. You will need to bluff and negotiate to get past the authorities and make your way to fortune otherwise your goods might end up in the wrong hands and you’ll be sorry!


3-6 players

Ages 10+



88 Goods Cards

20 Prohi Cards

May 202015

From Blue Orange Games

Blue Orange Games Expands Catalog to Include New Europe Collection at Origins 2015

SAN FRANCISCO, CA—May 15, 2015— Blue Orange Games, leading publisher of tabletop games for children and families, announces their new line of European designer games: the Blue Orange Europe Collection available to consumers for purchase for the first time at the Origins Game Fair. This collection of games will offer all of the simplicity and quality that the industry has grown to expect from a Blue Orange game, but with titles specifically developed with Hobby and Specialty Store Markets in mind, with slightly more mature themes and complex mechanics.

“We are excited to bring the best “gamer” games from Europe through our Blue Orange Europe product line with games from famous game designers such as Seiji Kanai, Bruno Cathala, Bruno Faidutti, and Charles Chevallier.” said Martin Marechal, VP of Sales and Marketing. “Last year, we tested the waters by bringing over a few of the games from Blue Orange Europe such as Battle Sheep, Niya and BraveRats. When we saw how overwhelmingly positive the response was for these games, we decided to bring other games to expand further, and offer even more games in this spirit.”

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