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Do your friends know your favorite ice cream flavor? Or how you’d react if they all turned out to be super-intelligent robots?

Plan B Games has announced a re-themed edition of Azul, Horrible Guild has announced a new game, and Catan and Ticket to Ride cookbooks will be released next year.

Dive into a domino stone age in the newest entry into the Kingdomino game line from Blue Orange Games.

Who knew decorating a house could be so complicated! But it certainly can be when multiple people have very definite views on how everything should look, and no one is saying exactly what those views are.

Pick-and-pass is a popular mechanism this month on Kickstarter, including in the newest game in the Tiny Epic series. There are also games of breakfast foods, hunting fantastical creatures to add to your nature park, a tactical skirmish game played with just eighteen cards, and a solo roll-and-write about safe cracking.

Trick or Treat Studios has announced a new game, this year’s winners of the Mensa Select award have been announced, and Phil Walker-Harding is starting his own game publishing company.

From designer Arve D. Fühler and publisher Rio Grande comes Glory Islands, a 2-4 player game utilizing hand management, area control, and set collection to crown the newest terror of the high seas.

Embark on a hunt for some lost pirate treasure, while evading villains and outwitting deadly traps in the third Coded Chronicles game.

Dive into the ocean and work together to save manta rays, sea turtles, and eels from oil spills and dynamite fishers.

In this new article series, we will explore multiple games that share common traits. Fossilis and Jurassic Parts share a similar theme and presentation, but what sets them apart?

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