Eagle Games

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Eagle Games, also known as Eagle-Gryphon games, is a board game publisher.


Eagle Games was founded in 2001 by Glenn Drover, and was bought by Ashland, Oregon-based Gryphon Games in 2007. They are currently based in Leitchfield, Kentucky, where they publish two distinct lines of games: Eagle Games and Gryphon Games. Eagle Games is known for games that are characterized by a larger strategy component and longer game time. [1]

Board games[edit]

Notable titles from the Eagle line of games:

Notable titles from the Gryphon line of games:

  • Roll Through the Ages
  • For Sale
  • Incan Gold
  • Fantastiqa
  • Fleet
  • I'm the Boss
  • Master's Gallery
  • Cheeky Monkey
  • Take It Easy
  • The Pick A Pig/Pick A Dog/Pick A Polar Bear series
  • Pastiche


  1. ^ "About Us". Eagle Games. Retrieved January 28, 2015. 

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