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Articles by our editors about casual games and the board game industry.

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.

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.

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.

Game design is a mentally strenuous activity. Do these exercises regularly to stretch your game design muscles and boost your creativity.

Before starting Atheris Games I was not much of a gamer. I knew nothing of the plethora of amazing tabletop gaming products – I had never even heard of Catan or Ticket to Ride. I just simply had an idea for an automotive trading card game, Holeshot Heroes (which has not yet been released). As I began to try to immerse myself in the industry I was taken aback by the depth of products, but I was also incredibly intimidated by the seemingly complex games.

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