In this age of increasingly digital interaction, Lost Boys Productions seeks to preserve the ancient ritual of gathering friends, family, and nemeses around a table for a contest of wits and wills. 

Games – of all types – have never been more popular or accessible than they are today, and the touch of a few buttons can now bring any number of amusements to one's fingertips.  But we at Lost Boys believe a game should do more than merely amuse – it should foster engaging and memorable social experiences, and it should do so without compromising depth, elegance, or accessibility. 

Our view is that face-to-face interaction is the most important element of the human experience, and our goal is to support this kind of interaction in the small way we can:  By creating games which bring together the social schemers, the cerebral strategists, the wily negotiators, and the daring gamblers for the most rewarding sort of fun.

And our belief is that games are at their best when this fun is the product of the human interaction created, even if that interaction consists of the accusation that your opponent is a traitorous Austro-Hungarian spawnling, loudly extolling your intentions to burn a neighbor’s castle to the ground, or vigorously denying that you are, in fact, in league with the Devil.