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Cryptozoic has announced a December 3rd release for their newest DC Comics Deck-building Game, Mars Attacks: The Dice Game is now available, and GeekDad reviews DIY Board Games.

Fantasy Flight Games is having a holiday sale from now until December 1st, Fireside Games has announced a new Castle Panic expansion and Asmodee will be acquiring Fantasy Flight Games.

A 1-year subscription to Casual Game Insider magazine is the perfect gift for the casual gamers in your life! Casual games are perfect for anyone who is new to gaming or simply appreciates lighter games, and we keep our readers up-to-date on the latest and greatest in casual gaming.

How time flies! Can you believe the holidays are upon us already? Celebrate this amazing time of year with some great games! Here are our favorite picks for the 2014 holiday season.

The links between favorite literary genres and game mechanics can lead to a very satisfying and entertaining play experience.

This month, Kickstarter brings games with lots of fun themes and ideas behind them, from one telling the history of an actual town to another that is played on two boards of the same island separated by several million years.

After the second American Civil War, it's every man for himself in the wastelands of the southwest. To get to your destination in one piece, you'll need to hire skilled outriders with souped-up combat vehicles who can out-maneuver or destroy your enemies.

IELLO released King of New York this week, Tabletop season three premiered on YouTube and AEG announced Pretty Pretty Smash Up.

Sometimes the best way to intervene in someone's bad behavior is to bring it out in the open for discussion. Intervention is a new adult party game, now on Kickstarter, that explores all kinds of bad habits and hypothetical situations.

Healthy eating is something that kids ought to learn at a young age, and the more tools parents have to teach it, the better. Qetchup, by startup publisher WebCracker Inc., is a small card game aimed at kids that encourages them to create sets of healthy foods while discarding the junk food. The first player to create a balanced meal from each food group (Veggie, Protein, Fruit, Juice, and Carbs) and discard any extra cards is the winner.

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