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The latest news about the Casual Game Revolution program and the board game industry.

Plan B Games has announced a re-themed edition of Azul, Horrible Guild has announced a new game, and Catan and Ticket to Ride cookbooks will be released next year.

Pick-and-pass is a popular mechanism this month on Kickstarter, including in the newest game in the Tiny Epic series. There are also games of breakfast foods, hunting fantastical creatures to add to your nature park, a tactical skirmish game played with just eighteen cards, and a solo roll-and-write about safe cracking.

Trick or Treat Studios has announced a new game, this year’s winners of the Mensa Select award have been announced, and Phil Walker-Harding is starting his own game publishing company.

Next Move Games has announced Maui, Blue Orange Games has released Downtown Farmers Market, and Days of Wonder has announced a new standalone Ticket to Ride game.

AEG has announced a new game, Gale Force Nine has released a Doctor Who game, and Asmodee has launched the Unbox Now program.

KOSMOS has launched a new line of games, Days of Wonder has announced a new Ticket to Ride expansion, and Floodgate Games has released Décorum.

This month’s Kickstarters will pit you against giant guardians, destruction-mad kaijus, and prehistoric dangers. But if you’re looking for something a little more laid back theme, there’s also some tricky golf, bird watching, flower growing, and an abstract tile-laying game.

Gamewright has released a new party game, a children’s version of Unlock! is coming soon, and the nominees for the 2021 Dice Tower Awards have been announced.

Pegasus Spiele has launched a new murder mystery party series of games, Osprey Games has announced Village Rails, and 25th Century Games has Prehistories available for pre-order.

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