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

Z-Man Games set to release English version of Camel Up, a new game from Game Salute, and Dungeons and Dragons Dice Masters announced.

A new game from Fantasy Flight Games, nominees announced for Spiel des Jahres, and new games from Asmodee.

Time for the monthly Kickstarter roundup! May brings us several new card games, as well as the first in a new line from an established gaming company (North Star Games). A popular game from Russia is seeking an English release, and a new racing game mixes things up with a map-building mechanic.

Several new games announced by Steve Jackson Games, AEG set to release Seventh Hero, and new trick-taking card game from Stronghold Games.

Two new games available for pre-order from Gryphon Games, Game Salute releases The Card Game of Oz, and the top 15 board games available for iOS.

This year's Mensa Mind Games event was held in Austin, TX. There were 56 competing games, 250 judges, and 44 hours of gaming, which all culminated in five winners being chosen to win the Mensa Select awards.

Three new games from Game Salute, Steve Jackson Games announces Munchkin Princesses, and a new edition of Monopoly.

Mayfair Games’ Hot Tin Roof available for pre-order, 2014 Mensa Mind Games winners announced, and Zombies Keep Out released.

New game from IELLO, Gloom 2nd Edition to be released later this year and the best digital editions of board games.

Independence is defined, roughly, as being able to do what you want, when you want, the way you want. When it comes to board gaming, this has been an impossibility for the blind and visually impaired communities for far too long. Players are stuck relying on friends and family to make the decisions for them. For the most part, it’s the decision making that makes a game. 64 Oz. Games is working to make games more accessible so blind and visually impaired players can be independent for the first time.

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