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Interactive Board Game Tutorial App Launches In October
Dized will receive a soft-launch this month. “The interactive board game tutorial application will be free to download for Android and iOS operating systems and hosts its first tutorial for the game Race to the North Pole, with others to follow.” The full launch will occur in 2017.
Source: https://dized.com/press/

Munchkin Zombies Guest Artist Edition Ships Next Week
Munchkin Zombies Guest Artist Edition will be shipping on October 10."This Guest Artist Edition includes completely re-illustrated game cards, a gameboard featuring Greg Hyland's Munchkin Zombies art, and male and female standies for each player."
Source: http://www.sjgames.com/newproducts/newrel.html?m=9&y=2016

Munchkin Holiday Vault Opens
Several Christmas-themed expansions for Munchkin have gone on sale. “These themed sets will only be available during the holiday season. After that, they'll be going back in the vault.”
Source: http://boardgamedata.com/Article/ArticleView/29653

BoardGameGeek SPEIL 2016 Broadcast Schedule
BoardGameGeek has posted their broadcast schedule for their booth at SPEIL 2016.
Source: https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1648290/bggs-spiel-2016-broadcast-sched...

Five Games for Playing Solo
Geek and Sundry lists their five favorite games for playing by yourself. “Whether you’re having trouble finding a group of gamers or just want to relax in your PJs, here are five games designed with solitaire play in mind so you have some options when it’s game night for one.”
Source: http://geekandsundry.com/5-games-to-play-when-you-want-to-roll-solo/

The Telegraph Writes About the Popularity of Board Games
The Telegraph has written a new article about the rising popularity of board games. “There’s something delightfully tangible about board games. Taking the battered box from the cupboard, opening the lid to find that most of the counters are missing – didn’t the cat eat them on Christmas Eve 1992? – replaced by an assortment of pennies and cracker toys.”
Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/09/17/in-the-age-of-the-smart...