May 2018 | Casual Game Revolution

May 2018

Prince Mochi seeks Princess Tofu, but the Pudding Empire plots against him and Queen Tofu wants the prince for herself! What’s a mochi to do?

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.

Gamewright has a new game out next week, Thames & Kosmos has announced Lost Cities: Rivals, and One Week Ultimate Werewolf hits Kickstarter.

Players create their own personal character and take them through the zombie apocalypse in the newest Legacy game, currently on Kickstarter.

You want to be an evil overlord, but with the four creature factions refusing to fight alongside each other, you’re going to have to pick a side and trade your way into a fighting force that can wipe out the others.

In Rocky Road à la Mode you get behind the wheel of an ice cream truck and roll on down the road, collecting treats and fulfilling orders.

Expansions can be a tricky thing. Will it keep the spirit of the base game while adding something new to justify its existence? Or will it just overcomplicate a game that is already just right for casual gamers?

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.

A new Ticket to Ride game has been announced, as have the nominees for the Spiel des Jahres and the Origins Awards.

Play as a fearsome dragon, collecting sheep to fill your hoard with valuable treasures and beat out all those other noisome dragons competing against you.