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

This month brings us several fun games suitable for the entire family with little reliance on language skills, while microgames are still going strong.

10th Anniversary Edition of Ticket to Ride is available for pre-order, USAopoloy has released two new Walking Dead themed board games, and Z-Man Games has announced two new games.

The Spring 2014 issue of Casual Game Insider is now in stock and available for sale! Print and digital versions are available.

Gamewright Games has several new games available for pre-order, this Saturday is International Tabletop Day, and Z-Man Games announces Helios.

Hasbro is allowing fans to vote on best Monopoly House Rules for a new edition, 64 Oz Games is running a Kickstarter to make board games accessible for the visually impaired, and Z-Man Games is set to release My First Carcassonne.

Fireside Games announce Munchkin Panic, Hasbro is open for word nominations for an official Scrabble dictionary update, and Z-Man Games announces a new expansion to Carcassonne.

We are amazed at the continual support we receive for our company and Casual Game Insider magazine. At a time when "print is dead," our future looks brighter than ever thanks to our dedicated readers and sponsors. As we continue to reach a larger audience of casual game enthusiasts, we want to give something back to our supporters.

R&R Games announces five new party games, Steve Jackson Games is set to release Hipster Dice, and Mars Needs Mechanics has been released for iOS.

A lot of the Kickstarter games this month have very strong themes and really embrace them, both through their mechanics and the artwork. There’s also a fairly good mix of card games, board games and dice games being offered, with a nice range of mechanics from bluffing to worker placement to resource management.

Tasty Minstrel Games debuts Harbour as print and play, USAopoly posts a list of their new games, and Scott King previews Tahiti.

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