I've acquired this game complete with all pieces and instructions/story.
Where would I find more information on this? I've been searching and would like helpful advice about age, worth, rareness. I haven't found any of these games, except for the new cardboard game from Mattel or someone. This is a Front Porch/ Old Century game in good condition. Someone had used packing tape to secure lid and I'm afraid I'd damage even more if I try to remove it. Other than that, I'd say excellent. Not sure how to get back to the page I was on where someone named Sol Invictus??? was interested in buying it.
Before terraforming Mars, Surviving Mars is required: Paradox Interactive; Steam.
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Three games are in the database with that name: Bull in the China Shop (1938), Bull In A China Shop (1995), Quietville (2006). You can look at the galleries to see which is the game you own. You might want to "wheel-click" (click using the wheel of your mouse) to open each game in a new tab. Then you can see each of them and close the tabs that aren't relevant.
You might want to look in the BGG Marketplace or the ebay listings in addition to Users Wanting, which is on the right side of the Statistics section.
Sol Invictus: The Copernican Wars was web published in 2008 by Mark A. Wiker, who you can contact by clicking on the envelope to the right. It seems to have been taken down from the web; I can only find a Google cache link, and unfortunately it only has the rules with no mission cards. Probably it's best to contact Mark: maybe he's revising it or something. It is a print-and-play game, that is, you print it on your home printer and play it.
For the future, you can put any game title in the search box at the top of the page. Indeed, that may be a faster way of determining which Bull in a China Shop you have.