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Playing casual games for real money can be a lot of fun, but also addictive. If you’re not careful enough you can end up spending all your cash in no time.

This latest game craze is not about strategy, components, artwork, or mechanics — it's about pure silliness. But sometimes that's just what you need for a great party or game night.

Behind the Throne is released, Bead Game Box hits Kickstarter, and Valley of the Kings solitare rules are updated.

Kumo Hogosha is announced, Stronghold Games are available for pre-order, and Polygon is hosting a game giveaway.

Sneak peeks for both Dixit: Revelations and Pandemic Iberia, and Peter Bromley, co-founder of Mayfair Games, passes away.

Pirates, aliens, and witch doctors, oh my! This month on Kickstarter, check out how the villainous side of tabletop gaming operates with a wide selection of casual, family-friendly titles.

Z-Man Games has announced a new solo game for October, Monopoly is headed for Broadway, and BoardGameGeek previews Pocket Madness.

There are games aplenty which offer players an experience intended to transport them to fantastical, futuristic, or even horrifying settings, but there is also another type of game which tries to perfectly encapsulate feeling grounded in reality. In this particular instance we’re talking about a game called Sweet Spot which attempts to replicate the act of playing a professional game of tennis through the medium of a simple card game. Sweet Spot is a 2-4 player game which pits participants against each other in a deeply strategic game of tennis.

Rather Dashing Games has announced Element, Fireside Games has a sneak peak of Castle Panic: Engines of War, and Z-Man Games posts a preview of their Essen games.

Sometimes interest in a new activity or profession hits suddenly and unexpectedly. This seems especially true for graphic designer and photographer Paul Tseng.

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