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Grow vines and bloom your flowers, in a game as relaxing as it is beautiful — with some intriguing player interaction.

Fill the sky with your stars and put your own stamp on the constellations, to win more shooting stars than your opponent.

Work together for your own survival — but your alliances will be shaky when only a few, if any, will be able to survive the global destruction.

A winner of Mensa Mind Games in 2015, Letter Tycoon takes a new approach to word games. You not only earn points for the words you create, but you can earn points on your opponents' turns also.

Las Vegas. It’s the home of some of the most amazing and awe-inspiring venues known to humankind. It’s also a gathering place for people of all walks of life to enjoy all kinds of entertainment, from the risqué and bizarre to world-class music and artistry.

How do games differentiate themselves? How do they stand out? How do you get people to pay attention to your product? Breaking Games has answers.

IELLO has a new game out this week, the winner of this year’s Kinderspiel des Jahres has been announced, and Breaking Games releases The Game of 49.

After forty-two hours of gaming, five games were selected from sixty-three competing games to win this year’s Mensa Select award.