Casual Game Insider is a quarterly magazine that is the board game industry’s premier printed resource for all things related to casual board games. It is the first of its kind and is making a big splash in the gaming community.
The magazine contains news, reviews, recommended games, and interesting articles for both casual gamers and industry insiders. Magazine subscriptions are FREE for game retailers!
Casual Game Revolution aims to make board gaming more accessible to people of all ages. We are trying to break away from previous traditions by simplifying the gaming experience and reducing the barriers typically associated with gaming.
We are passionate about casual games and are working tirelessly to bring positive change to the board game industry.
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Connect with our community of casual gamers and industry professionals in our community forums. We offer the only forum dedicated primarily to casual board and card games.
Do you need a recommendation for a great casual game? Do you need tips for designing a casual game? Are you looking to publish or crowdfund a casual game? You have come to the right place. Refer to our forums to get the help you need.
In addition to our printed magazine, we are making available great casual gaming content right here on our blog. We are recruiting many casual game enthusiasts in our industry to share news, thoughts, and opinions that will be of benefit to casual gamers and the board game industry at large.
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"A casual board (or card) game is played in under an hour, set up and taught in under 10 minutes, and requires some light strategic thought. Casual games are not specifically marketed to children, but can be enjoyed by anyone from older children to adults."
This definition was formed by a panel of industry professionals including publishers, distributors, retailers, designers, members of the media, and others.
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