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Halloween is a special time when even the most serious adults find glee in disguises, spooks, and tricks. But this time of year isn’t just for children and adults to dress themselves up and roam the neighborhood for some goodies.

Here at Casual Game Revolution, we love a good success story. In this article, we interview a math teacher who took a simple party game idea into a professionally published game that is now available at Target.

When we first created our game room, we were on the lookout for great decor with a gaming theme. We wondered: what items will draw the attention and curiosity of our guests? What will inspire a spirit of fun and play?

If you’re looking for a game to keep on hand for a party (or when you just have a couple of friends over), check out these eight popular party games.

In the second article in our Gaming to Learn article series, Jon Den Houter discusses using a customized game of Codenames to help his students review for a test about several short stories.

In the first article in our new Gaming to Learn article series, Jon Den Houter discusses how he created a review game for his English class based on the mechanics of Bezier Games' America.

After more than a year of lockdown, everyone is fighting boredom. Whether you live alone, with a partner, your family, or roommates, you are likely running out of things to do to pass the hours.

In this interview, game designer Joseph Chen shares his design process and the challenges he faced while bringing the recent Kickstarter success Fantastic Factories to market.

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