Brain Games is a board game publisher and wholesaler in three Baltic states (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), as well as the United States. All of the games published by Brain Games feature language-independent components, with game rules in multiple languages, including: Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Russian, English, French, and German.
There are four separate websites for each corresponding market:
English / International: http://www.publishing.brain-games.com/
The websites host downloadable game rules in PDF format, as well as different extra goodies for the published games like free do-it-yourself expansions and scenarios.
Phone: (+371) 67334034
Fax: (+371) 67334064
Street: Atlasa str.10, Riga LV-1026, Latvia
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