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Currently on Kickstarter, this take-that card game is set in the zombie apocalypse. Outrun your opponents to be the last player standing.
Sail the seas and survive the monsters that dwell beneath in this sequel to the hit game Tsuro.
From bestsellers to the black plague, social deduction to card drafting, this month brings an eclectic mix of games to Kickstarter with something for just about everyone.
USAopoly has announced a new Mario-themed board game, Mayfair has a new bear-y game in the works, and Onirim hits iOS.
The dead are alive and opening restaurants in this light card game about making burgers and serving coffees.
We recently discovered an industry program to help publishers demo their games far and wide: Envoy by Double Exposure. Is it worthwhile?
Be a mad doctor, build a monster, and wreak havoc in town, in this thematic game that is now on Kickstarter.
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