51. State Ultimate Edition – pre-order starts now!

A legendary card game by Ignacy Trzewiczek is coming back in the Ultimate Edition. The base game and six expansions in one big box, you can pre-order now!

51st State: Ultimate Edition is a complete version of an advanced card game in which players develop their factions in the post-apocalyptic Neuroshima universe. Use your resources to build new Locations, make Deals with neighbors, and do not hesitate to attack when the right moment comes. Most importantly, build an efficient engine that will grant you victory points for every action you take.

Popularity of 51st State

Ever since 51st State hit the market in 2010 it has won worldwide popularity. In 2022 it came back with the Gamefound crowdfunding campaign getting support from over 6 thousand backers. This success has allowed us to offer the retail edition alongside the Gamefound version of the game.

Ultimate experience

51st State: Ultimate Edition includes the base game and all 6 expansions, including the new expansion No Man’s Land, which introduces area control mechanism to the gameplay. Another exciting addition is a new solo mode allowing you to compete against an AI player. The replayability of the Ultimate Edition is endless.

No Man’s Land State Pack

Hiding among the detritus of the old world, you stand with a trusted few and study the map. The Commander struts in under the dim light and slams her fist upon the table—you’ll head east—following the rumors, hoping against hope that the final outpost is still standing…

The No Man’s Land State Pack introduces an area control experience to 51st State card game. Build your Outposts on a shared Map, upgrade them to get better Goods and amplify your defenses. Don’t let your Outposts fall—once you’re removed from the Map, you’ll have to depend on your State alone!

Click to pre-order here.


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