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

From cooperative games that fit in a tin to asymmetrical games of social deduction, September has been a strong month for casual games on Kickstarter this year.

Thames & Kosmos has released a new game series, Days of Wonder has announced a new Ticket to Ride expansion, and WizKids has revealed a new cooperative card game based on the film Coraline.

Next Move Games has announced the next Azul game, Tasty Minstrel is releasing two new games this month, and USAopoly (The Op) has announced a new party game.

Asmodee has announced they will be releasing Wavelength in the US later this year, you can vote on a new room for the classic board game Clue, and Bezier Games has announced One Night Ultimate Bonus Roles.

Renegade Game Studios will be releasing Terror Below next week, Ravensburger is working on a Back to the Future dice game, and Pandasaurus Games has a new tile laying game out.

This month brings the sequel to a popular cooperative game to Kickstarter, a dexterity game about performing tricks with desk toys, and a game that finally answers the question: what happens to Chess pieces after they come home from the battle?

 

WizKids has announced a new dice and card game, Rio Grande will be releasing a butterfly-themed game, and Clank! In! Space! is getting an expansion.

Libellud has announced a new clue giving secret role game, Pandasaurus Games has two new games in the works, and Board Game Quest recaps their Gen Con experience.

Renegade Game Studios has announced a horror-themed game, Big G Creative has announced a game inspired by Trapper Keepers, and Cryptozoic brings a time travel theme to their Spyfall line.

The winner of this year’s Spiel des Jahres award has been announced, USAopoly (The Op) and Steve Jackson Games are collaborating on a new edition of Munchkin, and a new expansion for Disney Villainous will be released next week.

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