Get your hands on this unique Days of Ire & Nights of fire bundle! Enjoy a 50% discount if you purchase Days of Ire, Nights of Fire, Red Army Pack and all Promo Cards! Yes, you get the whole bundle for HALF PRICE! 

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Days of Ire can be played solo, cooperatively, or one-version-many. It's 1956 and waves of protests in Poland are once again showing the cracks in the Eastern European communist bloc. Emboldened by these signs, students and intellectuals in Budapest, the Hungarian capital, organise a protest of previously unseen magnitudes. As the communist leadership sweeps in to kill the movement in its tracks, a violent response is provoked, thus sparking the Revolution of the 23rd of October.

Days of Ire: Budapest 1956 is a historically inspired card-driven board game, playable by 1-4 people. It can be played both cooperatively or in a one-versus-many setting. The game has gameplay deeply rooted in its theme and setting, and mechanisms inspired by all-time classics such as Pandemic, Robinson Crusoe, and Twilight Struggle.

It is set during the most explosive days of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, in Budapest, where the fighting was the most fierce. 

  • Collect cards and fighters to resolve events and other challenges posed to them by their Soviet opponent (real or simulated)
  • Stay alive throughout the 7 days of fighting - while ensuring that the city doesn't fall to pieces.
  • Enjoy the amazing art of Kwanchai Moriya and design by a team made up of people who worked on Anachrony, ...and then we held hands, The Pursuit of Happiness and Posthuman.

 

 

After the successful uprising of 23rd October 1956, freedom and peace seemed at hand. But the hard earned victory was not to last: On November 3rd 1956 the Soviets arrest the Hungarian delegation negotiating for the country’s sovereignty and order their troops to push towards Budapest. During the early hours of the next morning the city wakes up to sounds of tank and artillery fire. The Soviet counter-attack, codenamed Operation Whirlwind has begun.  

Nights of Fire can be played solo, cooperatively by 2 players, or by 1-2 players against a live opponent in charge of the Soviet troops.

Relive the desperate fight of the few thousand lightly armed insurgents as they face the Red Army commanded by Marshal Konev in this historically inspired card-driven board game playable by 1-3 players. 

  • Continue the epic story started in Days of Ire to a dramatic conclusion. 
  • Experience an introductory wargame with the mind of a euro-game that will take you 90 minutes or less to play! 
  • Engaging Solo play — A solo mode designed to emulate the struggle of playing against the live opponent, from the creator of Anachrony’s Chronobot! 
  • Unique, unexplored theme — The insurgents cannot win militarily, yet they must resist the Soviet machine as long as they can to show the world it is possible to defy repression. 
  • Exciting for history enthusiasts and curious players alike. Beautiful, engaging art — We’ll just let the pictures speak for themselves on this one. 

 

 

Days & Nights: Red Army Pack is an add-on pack that contains 28 miniatures compatible with both Days of Ire and Nights of Fire. It also contains a small deck expansion to Nights of Fire, and an additional deck allowing campaign play. 

In Campaign mode you can play a game of Days of Ire followed by a game of Nights of Fire (solo, cooperative, or conflict mode up to 1v2 supported), and have the winner decided only at the end!

 

Promo Cards

Days of Ire: Budapest 1956 is a historically inspired card-driven board game, playable by 1-4 people. The game is set during the most explosive days of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, in Budapest, where the fighting was the most fierce. 

 

Yury & Noel Cards

Days of Ire: Budapest 1956 is a historically inspired card-driven board game, playable by 1-4 people. The game is set during the most explosive days of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, in Budapest, where the fighting was the most fierce. 

These two special fighter tiles were included with the fulfilment of the 2019 Kickstarter campaign. They bring an additional challenge and opportunity into a game of Days of Ire, inspired by a real life Western news reporter, and a Soviet spy, respectively.

 

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