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As a ghost, give nonverbal clues to your teammates to help them solve your murder in Paranormal Detectives by Lucky Duck Games. Plus: party games, Gen Con and Origins 2019, streamlining your gaming experience, and an interview with Floodgate Games.

Sometimes you just want to flip over the table, but still want to be invited back to play again next week. What’s a person to do? Enter the Outburst Game Table.

Chronicles of Crime delivers a unique cooperative game of crime investigation. Plus: the rise of roll and write games, the emotional connections of board gaming, Essen SPIEL 2018 highlights, and how Keymaster Games has unlocked the potential of gateway games.

Do you get headaches or feel anxiety when you use Board Game Geek? Do you enter the site hoping to find a fun new game, but run away feeling too overwhelmed to continue? You're not alone.

Tiny Epic Zombies is the latest Kickstarter smash hit from Gamelyn Games. Plus: the best new games at Gen Con and Origins 2018, creating the perfect game room, when to give games a second chance, and the rise of Renegade Game Studios.

There are several great, beautiful games that unfortunately don’t find funding on Kickstarter because the company does not have the correct fan base in place. We have some marketing tips to make sure your games are successful.

Art is one of the most important parts of publishing a game. Artwork can make or break a game — it’s the first thing potential consumers see and if it doesn’t sell them they’ll never look further into your game.

Battle for control of the ultimate fairy tale in The Grimm Forest. Plus: new word games for Scrabble fans, tidying up your game collection, game acquisition behavior, video games making the switch to cardboard, and Smirk & Dagger's history of backstabbing games and expansion into less aggressive titles.

Are you a board game fan who would like to have a regular game night? I started mine a few years ago, thinking it would be a fun one-time deal, but after the success of that evening I’ve turned it into an event that has my friends consistently asking when my next game night will be. Here are six tips for organizing and running your own successful game night regularly.

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