This website is best viewed using Mozilla using a screen resolution of at least 800x600. I highly recommend that you also install the Image Zoom plug-in from http://imagezoom.yellowgorilla.net. This wonderful little plug-in will allow you to quickly and easily zoom in and out on the thousands of card scan images found on these pages.
So what is the Galactic Empires Card Museum? Well, I've scanned most of my Galactic Empires card collection into the computer, some 2,100 cards. This took a rather lot of work, both to scan and then to organize the cards. It's a symptom of my insanity, and you get to benefit from it! Thanks largely to the efforts of Joe Collins and Craig Sentz I've now managed to post almost every GE card ever released - something on the order of 2,500 cards. I'm currently missing only a very few cards.
In fact, there are several things you can do:
If you are looking for a particular card you can look through the archives at http://galacticempires.no-ip.org/images/cards. Alternatively, you can browse the Card Index, which will allow you to look at cards by type or by set. I currently have over 1,700 cards posted here.
Here is a list of cards I need good quality scans of, sorted by Card Type or Card Set.
|Skeeve's GE page at http://home.inreach.com/skeeve/ge/ will be shutting down at some point in the future. I've mirrored his site on my website at http://galacticempires.no-ip.org/skeeve/ge/|
Galactic Empires Resources
Galactic Empires is a collectable card game, long out
of print due to the demise of Companion Games. However, the game has never
quite died due to a dedicated (though small) fan base on the internet. You
can still find cards for sale on eBay,
and can still find fan sites online such as Skeeve's
and Galactic Empires.org.
"Dragons of Space" Puzzle
How To Tell The Sets Apart
It is difficult to tell cards from the various expansions
from one another, even to someone familiar with these cards. Companion Games
never tried to make it easy to differentiate the various expansion sets as some
other companies did. A quick rundown of the major differences:
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This page ©2006 Eric B. Smith
Galactic Empires is ©1994, 1995, 1995, & 1997 Companion Games, Inc.
All artwork copyright is held by it's original artists.