December 2016

An expansion for Celestia has been announced, Love Letter is set to meet Lovecraft, and Resistance is getting an app.

The world of online gaming is just getting better with the competition getting more intense and more and more people joining their favourite websites to play games online. Now, it just takes few seconds for one to get online and start playing your favourite game online. All one needs is a smartphone or a tab or iPad with a decent Internet connection and he/she is sorted to enjoy online gaming. In last few years with improved and hi-end smartphones, online gaming has indeed touched new heights and now there is no looking back.

December is usually not a great month for having a large selection of Kickstarter casual games, but this year is an exception.

Victory Point Games is having a Christmas sale, Lanterns digital has a new expansion, and early bird badge registration is open for Origins.

Hundreds of game cons large and small are happening all over the world in 2017. We have created a map to allow you to easily find gaming events near you.

How do games differentiate themselves? How do they stand out? How do you get people to pay attention to your product? Breaking Games has answers.

This week is all about nostalgia — between a dice game based on the animated Batman show and a new game company dedicated to restoring old classics.

Hot off the success of Codenames is the standalone sequel Codenames: Pictures. But is it as good as its predecessor?

HOP! is announced, a new Castle Panic expansion has been released, and Asmodee Digital has a new game out.