And note that Men Are From Mars/Women Are From Venus, and associated games, don't count!
|Age of Steam Expansion - Mars: Global Surveyor|
Train game on Mars, delivering Martians.
|Battle Fleet Mars|
A sci-fi war game, batting for extra-terrestrial resources.
|Biker Mice From Mars: Rock... 'N Ride! Card Game|
Apparently, a simple set collection game. Has an expansion.
|Butt-Ugly Martians - The Race to Rescue Dog|
A roll-and-move game based on a TV series.
A race to Mars for two players. Based on the TV program on the Discovery Channel
|Doom: the Boardgame|
Based on the popular video game series, you cooperatively play against one player who plays the hordes of nasties. Also has expansions.
Otherwise known as Martian Chess, a variation of Chess from the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel The Chessmen of Mars.
|John Carter: Warlord of Mars|
Based on the high sci-fi romance novels of Edgar Rice Burroughs.
An insert from Shred Magazine, requires two different colors of M&Ms to play, which are eaten as they are killed.
|Mars 2020 Board Game|
A Mars trivia game.
From a lesson plan about the Mars exploration rover.
|Martian Backgammon, Martian Chess, Martian Coasters, Martian Mud Wrestling, Invasion of Mars|
These games are fanciful abstract games played with Icehouse pieces and most are designed by Looney Labs.
|Mission: Red Planet|
An area control game with role selection. Rated highly on BGG.
|My Favorite Martian|
A 1963 board game based on the television show of the same name.
|Planet Mars - The First Settlement|
This game is, as of yet, unpublished. It appears to be an action-point trading game, which was well received at the 2006 Hippodice Spieleautorenwettbewerb.
|Sky Galleons of Mars|
The tactical ship combat game for the "Space: 1889" role-playing system. Related games: Cloudships & Gunboats, Temple of the Beastmen
|The Book of Mars: A Combat System|
A war game combat system.
|A Space Colony: Expedition to Mars|
An educational game dealing with the problems of setting up a colony on Mars.
|Mars Space Playing Cards|
Round cards. Kind of cool, really.
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