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News Flash: Camel Up's Redesign, New Days of Wonder Game

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Camel Up Redesign
A brand new addition of Camel Up has been announced and will be released at Essen. "More than just a pretty new face - things have changed a lot since you last played it! At the center of the board is a brand new, dazzling pyramid that provides greater ambiance to the game. Players will also discover new game modes, including the crazy rogue camels that start the race running in the opposite direction! Lastly, long time fans and new ones will enjoy the updated board and components, including new engraved dice and all new illustrations!"

Days of Wonder Announces The River
Days of Wonder has announced a new worker and tile-placement game. "In the game, you embody pioneers embarking down a river in search of a new lands to settle. As you explore the untouched frontier, you will have to work twice as hard to manage your workers as they start to settle down along the way."

WizKids Releases Maiden's Quest
This new card game can be played solo, cooperatively, or competitively. "Maidens use cards from their hand to attempt to defeat an enemy or obstacle. As you play, the game’s difficulty grows as enemies of increasing veracity become active! An innovative turn and flip mechanism allows each card to represent up to four items, encounters, or allies."

Jeff Foxworthy Plays His New Game on The Tonight Show
Comedian and actor Jeff Foxworthy has designed a new party game: Relative Insanity. He brought it onto The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and the two tried it out (fits of laughter ensued).

Sagrada 5-6 Player Expansion Released
Floodgate Games has released the Sagrada expansion. "You can now enjoy more Sagrada by adding up to 2 extra players! This expansion introduces the Private Dice Pool boards for smooth gameplay through 6 players. Also includes new private objectives, tools, and window pattern cards. "

Arcane Wonders Announces GoodCritters
GoodCritters is all about pulling off heists and divvying up the loot. "Whoever’s chosen as boss can distribute the loot however they like, but it’s the crew that has the final say. If the crew doesn’t like the split, they might just tell the boss to take a hike and put some other critter in charge!"

Dragon’s Breath (GeekDad): “It won’t bore the adults or lead to restless kids. It looks great, is thematically intriguing, and will easily deliver 15-45 mins (1-3 games) of gently competitive fun.”

Dragon Castle (iSlaytheDragon): “There is a sense of accomplishment in building up your realm board, but it never reaches a grand crescendo. The pacing is good and the components won’t disappoint you.”

Star Trek Panic (Geek and Sundry): “From the mission cards and player cards to the character abilities and the 3-D Enterprise on the board, the game is a wonderful tribute to the franchise’s enduring popularity.”