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Who doesn’t love infomercials? I personally can’t get enough of those late night salesmen pitching the latest gimmick and promising not 1, not 2, but 3 great gifts if I call right now. Or…maybe not. But if you have the inkling to pitch your own gimmicky products, you can always try But Wait, There’s More!

The Big Box O' Games giveaway is back! This time, we're featuring five different card games from various publishers that are sure to sharpen your shuffling skills.

Passport Game Studios releases two games, this weekend is International Tabletop Day, and board games appear on Buzzfeed.

Several game companies had fun with April Fool’s this year, websites give suggestions for your Easter gaming, and Castle Panic: The Dark Titan is now released.

IELLO and Purple Brain Creations released The Grasshopper and the Ant, Fireside Games has announced two new board games, and People Magazine spotlights Monopoly.

Matt Leacock is a game design legend, particularly in the realm of cooperative games. As the designer of Pandemic, Forbidden Island, and Forbidden Desert, he has risen to international acclaim

What happens when you assemble a team of all-star game designers to create new casual games? You get the Titan Series, an upcoming line from our friends at Calliope Games. We recently reached out for an interview to learn more.

What's my favorite dice color? Blue! No...green! No...wait, I just can't decide. So I might as well just use these shiny new Halfsies Dice, which merge two colors into each individual die. Cool concept!

U.S. Games Systems has released Backstab, R&R Games announces they are working on two new expansions and Renegade Games has acquired the rights to Snow Tails.

This month features several games with intriguing themes, from adorable pandas to supercomputers attempting to hack each other. There are also a couple of two player games, if you’re looking for something to play when you can’t bring a big group together.

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