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News Flash: Castles of Caladale, The Fox in the Forest

Castles of Caladale

Castles of Caladale Released
Renegade Game Studios has released Castles of Caladale. "Players lay tiles to construct beautiful castles, rebuilding the kingdom."

The Fox in the Forest
Renegade Game Studios and Foxtrot Games announced The Fox in the Forest this month, due out this summer. "Utilize the special abilities on the Fairy Tale characters to change the trump suit, lead even after you lose a trick, and more."

Overview of Professor Evil and The Citadel of Time
BoardGameGeek has a video overview of Professor Evil and The Citadel of Time. "In a recent interview with Phillipe from Funforge, the game was described as 'Forbidden Island meets Scooby Doo'.”

Expansion for Harry Potter: Hogwarts Battle
An expansion has been announced for Harry Potter: Hogwarts Battle. "The new cards feature challenges based on the magical creatures of the Harry Potter world, which players must carefully overcome in addition to the Dark Arts and Villains of the base game."

Smash Up: What Were We Thinking Released This Week
AEG has announced that the expansion Smash Up: What Were We Thinking, will be released this week. "Smash Up: What Were We Thinking is an eclectic mix of factions that we couldn’t talk ourselves out of adding to the game."

Board Games for Parties
The Daily Dot lists some good games for large groups and parties. "Here, we’ve collected seven options for board games for parties that will support five players or more, ensuring nobody is left out of the fun."

Watson & Holmes (Geek and Sundry): “You feel a real sense of pressure to not waste a single turn down the wrong dark alley or questioning a lame duck witness.”

Lanterns: the Harvest Festival (Story Board Webseries): “This filler game represents an excellent twist on tile placement, which should be enjoyed by a wide variety of audiences.”

Saboteur: The Duel (iSlaytheDragon): “If you’ve the right audience and you have opponents who can take the meanness and dish it back, then it can be a fun way to kill some time on a rainy day or while you wait for game night to get started.”