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The designer of Arkham Horror, Defenders of the Realm, and Elder Sign discusses his next big game, based on the classic movie series Planet of the Apes.

From audience building and marketing skills, to game quality and accessibility, new project creators can learn a lot from giants like Exploding Kittens and Kingdom Death.

Some ideas just hit you like lightning. Once they've worked their way into the folds of your brain, they will not relent until they've achieved fruition.

There are myths galore that non-gamers buy into, thinking the hobby just isn’t for them. Here we address the top 10 board gaming myths.

Research firm Newzoo has released its latest quarterly findings where they noted that the global gaming market would grow by $108.9 billion this year. What is more, these findings cited that the most lucrative segment of the market would represent 42% of the worldwide gaming market. And by 2020, smartphone and tablet gaming was likely to form more than half of the total gaming market – if this trend is anything to go by.

We recently discovered an industry program to help publishers demo their games far and wide: Envoy by Double Exposure. Is it worthwhile?

Developing a game is a personal journey, it is a story that unfolds for some over years of effort, networking, and sometimes just random chance.

Las Vegas. It’s the home of some of the most amazing and awe-inspiring venues known to humankind. It’s also a gathering place for people of all walks of life to enjoy all kinds of entertainment, from the risqué and bizarre to world-class music and artistry.

Lots of people are going to be interested in the best online games that will earn you cash. Some of these games are going to be games that require some skill. Others are going to be the sorts of games that anyone can play and that can turn anyone into a winner if the odds are favorable enough. It's hard to argue with games like that.

Jesse Tannous, a freelance journalist who regularly contributes articles for Casual Game Revolution, recently began a new board gaming venture that has caught our attention. Great Minds Think Geek, as it is called, is a Phoenix-area business that provides a game library and game teaching services to various venues and events that are interested in tabletop gaming. We wanted to find out more, so we reached out for an interview.

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