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Snakesss Announced
Big Potato Games has announced Snakesss, a social deduction trivia game. "In Snakesss you have 2 minutes to discuss a slippery multiple choice question. You need to vote for the right answer, but there are hidden snakes at the table..."
Source: https://bigpotato.com/products/snakesss

Masters of the Night Release
Ares Games will be releasing their new cooperative vampire game next week. "Players are members of a vampire clan slowly regaining their former power. With the help of their minions, they will fight against the agents of the Inquisition, cast fear into the hearts of the people with their hunts, and shape dread sigils in different city districts, all in preparation for the grand Blood Moon ritual that will confirm their grasp on the city and its fate. But beware, the longer they prepare for the ritual, the harder it will be to complete it."
Source: https://www.aresgames.eu/games/euro-games/masters-of-the-night

Brew Available for Pre-Order
Pandasaurus has made Brew available for pre-order, with an expected June 16th release date. You can also receive a free mini-expansion with your pre-order. "Players must choose how to use element dice—either to take back control of as many seasons as possible in an area control game or to procure goods at the local village in a worker-placement game. Recruiting woodland creatures and brewing potions can help offset chance die-rolls or create an engine to help you tame the lands."
Source: https://pandasaurusgames.com/collections/shop/products/brew

Army of the Dead: A Zombicide Game Announced
CMON has announced a new Zombicide game, themed around the new Netflix zombie movie Army of the Dead. "Army of the Dead: A Zombicide Game will feature the stream-lined, Zombie-fighting, co-operative experience players have come to expect from the long-running game franchise, while adding surprising new twists to its successful formula."
Source: https://cmon.com/news/cmon-raising-netflix-s-army-of-the-dead-on-tabletop

Munchkin: SpongeBob SquarePants Announced
The Op and Steve Jackson Games have announced their next themed game of Munchkin, set for release July 20. "With bonus Items like Magic Conch Shell and King Neptune’s Trident, you’ll be summoning heroes and freezing enemies on your way to victory! Allies like Fred and Larry the Lobster will offer support if the other players appear to be too wishy-washy."
Source: https://theop.games/2021/05/munchkin-spongebob-squarepants-coming-soon/

Vienna Connection Released
Portal Games has released the newest game in their Detective line. "In this story-driven game for 1-5 players, you command a team of CIA agents during the Cold War conducting secret missions in various European cities. It’s January 1977. CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia gets wind of Soviet activity in Austria and has no choice but to intervene. The CIA decides to dispatch members of their Special Activities Division (SAD). The game is on."
Source: https://portalgames.pl/en/vienna-connection/

Reviews
Villagers (Meeple Mountain): “Each time I play Villagers, I love it a little more. I’ve played it with three players and four players (still no five-player games yet, and the pandemic hasn’t helped matters!), as well as a couple of solo runs; it plays well and it plays fast at all player counts.”
Source: https://www.meeplemountain.com/reviews/villagers-game-review/

Diceland (Opinionated Gamers): “Games take 15-20 minutes which puts this in the perfect filler range or maybe a light opener/closer to game night.”
Source: https://opinionatedgamers.com/2021/05/19/dale-yu-review-of-diceland-and-diceland-europe-expansion/

Umbra Via (What’s Eric Playing): “I love the art and theme and how they blend together to create this overgrown, shadowy-feeling game.”
Source: https://whatsericplaying.com/2021/05/24/umbra-via/