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Moonshot: Lunar Solace is now on Kickstarter. Race around the solar system and win the right to govern the Moon's human settlement for the coming year!

It you’re looking for a two-player game that packs a lot of strategy into a short amount of time, Tak-Tak has everything you need.  

The Last Spike doesn't just have a fun train-theme and unique player interaction, it was also a 2016 Mensa Select Winner and you can certainly see why as you play it.

Dark jungles. Ancient secrets. Ominous encounters. All of these things are fair game in Ancient Terrible Things, a "pulp horror" dice game by Pleasant Company Games. If this piques your interest, read on.

You and your buddies have a chance to get a one-of-a-kind collectible at a faraway convention. The problem is, none of you have a car. It's up to you to make your way to the convention in any cars, trains, or planes you can stow away in. This is the story behind Carmarace, the first game published by Board to Death Games.

How accurately can you draw? Put your drawing skills to the test with Doodle Quest by Blue Orange Games. In this deep sea adventure, players compete against each other to complete a series of drawing challenges and score the most points.

Scotland Yard is a game that first became popular way back in 1983, when it won the Spiel des Jahres (Game of the Year) award in Germany. At the time, I was only interested in rattles and building blocks, so it escaped my attention.

Chess is the classic game that takes minutes to learn and a lifetime to master. This Closet Report analyzes the ancient game of Chess as a baseline for comparing other games to be featured in the series.

Crowdfunding websites seem to be popping up everywhere. GameLaunched, a new platform devoted strictly to games, has launched today with live projects that are ready to start receiving pledges. But what sets it apart from the rest?

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