August 2017

Restoration Games has announced a new version of Fireball Island, a classic 1986 game that is remembered fondly by gamers everywhere.

Lots of new games have been announced this week, Z-Man Games has announced a preview of what they have at this year’s Gen Con, and check out a list of good two player games.

This month brings some really interesting Kickstarters, with deduction games and asymmetrical card games, and lots of great artwork, from lovely dog miniatures to Jane Austen characters. 

From audience building and marketing skills, to game quality and accessibility, new project creators can learn a lot from giants like Exploding Kittens and Kingdom Death.

The board game subscription model is something that has cropped up in the last few years, met with some successes and some failures. But is this one here to stay?

Horrible Games has announced Dragon Castle, Asmodee is giving away Steam copies of two of their games, and Gamewright is running a giveaway for Jump Ship: A Cardventure Game.

Welcome, traveler. Congratulations for coming this far. You have made it here because you either found a secret key or were given access by a friend. NO ONE ELSE knows about this place.

Build a totem pole worth lots of points, but be sure to claim it before your opponent does, or it might just be whisked out from under you.

Asmodee's Cities of Splendor adds some variety and strategy to 2014's card and gem game, Splendor. Are the 4 expansions included in this box really necessary? Read our review!

Play as a dog on the streets in this board game about scrounging, begging, and running — currently on Kickstarter.

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