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What would Chess be like if it were invented in the 21st century? Would it have great artwork, detailed sculpts, and specialized decks of cards? What about support for more than 2 players or a slight element of chance? King More »

Sometimes the first thing that comes to mind isn't the most logical or reverent idea our brains can come up with. Wise individuals will think a bit longer before they blurt something out — but that kind of patient wisdom has no place in More »

Magnets: The Game is a new magnet tossing dexterity game similar to AttrAction, but with some key differences. If you love magnets, read on for a summary of the game and an assessment from a fellow magnet-lover. More »

This month brings a little bit of everything, including Tasty Minstrel’s first co-op board game, some fun looking party games, a unique cube building game, and 10 micro dice games that fit in one conveniently sized box. There’s definitely More »

Portal Games has Imperial Settlers available for pre-order, Foxtrot releases a print-and-play of Lanterns and a new story telling game Rememory is now available to buy. More »

5Pax is a set of 10+ casual dice games that recently caught our attention on Kickstarter. We reached out to Dennis Consorte of Galliant Games to learn more about this game line and what players can expect. More »

Mayfair Games’ Villainy is now available for pre-order, Calliope Games has announced a new line of gateway games titled The Titan Series, and Days of Wonder will be merging with Asmodee Games. More »

Aztack is a new game from Blue Orange Games that we first got a glimpse of at the ASTRA fair. It is one of many impressive new games from Blue Orange that casual gamers should definitely know about. More »

Sen-Foong Lim and Jay Cormier are the game design duo behind But Wait, There's More!, an infomercial-style improvisation game now on Kickstarter. In this interview, we find out more about them and some tips for game designers. More »

Zombie game, Run, Fight, or Die! is set for release next week, lots of news from Gen Con, and Formula E is now available. More »