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Do you know the colors of the A-Team van or America’s oldest military medal? In Color Brain, published by Big Potato Games, players must answer questions focusing on colors.

You can’t really allow a policy to pass that would put a rollercoaster in every national park, can you? As senators you must band together to launch a filibuster and block absurd policies from passing.

Wingspan designer Elizabeth Hargrave returns with this set collection and unit movement game that provides many choices in a few, simple actions.

Roll the dice and count up the total quickly! But even rolling might not be so easy, as the number of fingers you can use becomes fewer and fewer.

Build the hole and then take a swing! Choose your golf clubs (dice) carefully and hope for a little bit of luck, to reach the green before your opponents.

Osprey Publishing has announced two new games, The Op is running a Halloween games and puzzles giveaway this month, and Floodgate Games has a new game coming this spring.

Collect bunches of bananas, store them in your crate, secret cards away in your hammock, and send monkeys after your opponents!

The animal kingdom is appearing in force this month on Kickstarter, with sumo wrestling beetles, a ship sinking octopus, and hungry dinosaurs. There are also a number of two-player games, a micro game set in the Wild West, and the newest game from the publishers of The Red Dragon Inn.

Take turns building your pie, piece by piece, keeping an eye out for scoring combinations and decorations.

Nuts N Guts has its own take on poker, with streamlined cards and some additional wild cards with special abilities to mix things up. Currently on Kickstarter, it’s light, fast, and features its own unique art style and humor.

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