Stonemaier Games is selling preorders of Euphoria: Build a Better Dystopia through Jan. 10 at the company’s website.
The copies of the second printing, which are signed by lead game designer Jamey Stegmaier, are $70 each. A $99 version with a set of trays designed to hold the game’s tokens and cards is also available. The price includes free shipping in the U.S.
Preorders will ship in mid-January, according to the company, and the game is scheduled to hit stores in February.
Euphoria, which was named a 2014 Mensa Mind Game Select, has been sold out online for months.
It’s a worker placement game where your workers are more productive if they’re more intelligent, but they’re also more likely to leave your employment.
You also “generate commodities, dig tunnels to infiltrate the opposition, construct markets, collect artifacts, strengthen allegiances, and fulfill secret agendas.”
The second printing has several new components, including wooden authority stars, extra resource tokens, and a quick-start reference guide.
The game was first launched on Kickstarter in 2013, shattering its $15,000 goal with funding of nearly $310,000.
Stonemaier Games is also taking preorders for the second of edition of Viticulture: The Strategic Game of Winemaking, for $59. Signing up for the company newsletter will get shoppers $5 off.
Viticulture’s new expansion pack, Tuscany, is also available for preorder for $64, with the same $5 off deal for signing up for the newsletter. Tuscany includes 12 expansions to the base Viticulture game that players unlock gradually.
Stonemaier Games is planning to launch two games on Kickstarter this year: Between Two Cities, a tile-drafting city-building game; and Scythe, a game “set in an alternate-history 1920s” in a world created by artist Jakub Rozalski.