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As we near the end of the year, there are still plenty of intriguing games on Kickstarter, from real-time dice games to cutthroat racing. There are also a couple of games for solo fans, a monstrous party game, and the sequel to Hanamikoji.

This month on Kickstarter there’s cooperative deduction, games that originated in Japan, a dexterity game, as well as a small-sized solo card game, a spooky game for Halloween, and one that is sure to leave you hungry for dim sum.

Choose a character and decide whether to play them as a hero or villain. Will you control dark magic? Enjoy super speed? Or execute vigilante justice?

The latest in the Drop series from Scott R. Smith and Phase Shift Games, Drop Drive places players in the captain's chair to secure the most credits for completing various tasks in this 20-30 minute pick-up-and-deliver game.

There are a number of games with cozy themes this month on Kickstarter, from one about dog walking businesses to two separate games about plants. There is also a solo game about mountain climbing and a cooperative game centered on fighting oil spills, while the newest game in the Mint series has hit Kickstarter.

You've met the heroes on their downtime in The Red Dragon Inn. Now it's time for them to put down those tankards and go adventuring!

Three new card games designed by Reiner Knizia are seeking funding on Kickstarter this month, in addition to a two-player game about outdriving a dust storm, dragons that bake, competing chefs, mice and dragons, and more.

Roll the die and follow the results in a light party game about keeping your sanity and getting to know one another. Keep Your Sanity is currently on Kickstarter.

Players have joined a brand new auction website, been given fourteen litcoins (the website’s currency), and now must compete for the best properties while making canny use of their coins.

There are several games for book lovers this month on Kickstarter, as well as a sequel to Tranquility, a card game about arguments, one all about potion brewing, and a game that has you stacking bottle tops.

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