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Victory Point Games has a new board game out, Clue is being adapted for Broadway, and World's Fair 1893 is now in Barnes and Noble.
What is gigantic and bright? What about something that is bright and scary? Now can you think of anything that’s all three?
Our Big Box O' Games Giveaway is back! Help us celebrate our Fall 2016 release of Casual Game Insider by entering to win these seven brand new games.
The Fall 2016 issue of Casual Game Insider has been released! Read about Valeria: Card Kingdoms, Gen Con 2016, bringing your game to market, storytelling in board games, Watch It Played!, and the origins of the hit game SET.
An interactive board game tutorial app launches this month, Munchkin Zombies Guest Artist Edition ships next week, and BoardGameGeek releases its SPEIL 2016 broadcast schedule.
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.
CGI#19: Dicey Peaks, Tile Laying, Cult of the New, and Wasting Time
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