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

Sen-Foong Lim and Jay Cormier are the game design duo behind But Wait, There's More!, an infomercial-style improvisation game now on Kickstarter. In this interview, we find out more about them and some tips for game designers.

Zombie game, Run, Fight, or Die! is set for release next week, lots of news from Gen Con, and Formula E is now available.

Pack O Game is a series of tiny microgames that have raised over $30,000 on Kickstarter. These games appear to be ideal for casual gamers who are looking for portability. We reached out to the designer and publisher, Chris Handy, to learn more about these little gems.

Rio Grande released Pressure Cooker this week, The Walking Dead "Don't Look Back" Dice Game to be released this week, and new Game Salute releases.

Great games seem to come out of the woodwork around the time of Gen Con, and this month is no exception. This month's roundup brings several great looking casual games, including a tabletop card game originally created for iOS and a new line of games that easily fit into your pocket.

Game Salute releases microgame Tattletale this week, Bananagrams WildTiles is now available in Target stores, and Cheapass Games is offering a free print-and-play beta version of their game Stuff and Nonsense.

Rio Grande Games announced Temporum for August, The New Yorker ran an article on Query, and Looney Labs released Regular Show Fluxx.

In anticipation of the release of King of New York, we have acquired an exclusive glimpse of one of the cards. Needless to say, it fuels the fire of our excitement. Here is the Tesla Antennae card in all it's glory!

Victory Point Games announces Who Stole the Cookie?, Cryptozoic has released The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Deck-Building Game, and a web-based version of Settlers of Catan has been released.

Camel Up has won the 2014 Spiel des Jahres award, Goliath Games has recently released three new games for kids, and Game Salute has announced Vici will be out next week.

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