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Want a figurative explosion of bunnies or a literal explosion of turtles? This month's crowdfunders offer both, along with fluffy dragons and adorable whales.

This month brings games of cozy critters and wrathful factions. A classic co-op is getting the legacy treatment while an even older game is getting a modern update. There are also two microgames for solo gaming fans this month.

There’s a wide array of games this month on Kickstarter, with themes built around sea dragons, alien species collection, nature walks, and pottery studios. There’s also a collection of historical games and a new roll-and-write.

A new social deduction game hits Kickstarter, while a solo card game that casts you in the role of action hero finds its way to Gamefound. There are several light cards games also seeking crowdfunding, a sequel to a delightful dexterity game, and one board game full of penguins.

This is an exciting month for puzzle lovers, as two escape-room-like games are currently on Kickstarter. There’s also a new Tiny Epic game, a game themed around mini-game-loving pandas, a tactical card game, and more.

This month, Kickstarter is full of animals, from five abstract games in one box all themed around different animals, to a game of fox mystics and a tense duel between a shark and octopus.

Make cheesy delicacies or protect the coop as a heroic chicken! This month we have cooperative adventures, tense two-player head-to-heads, and solo micro games, as well as a unique book that is a story, game, and game design guide all rolled into one!

The right gem colors will earn points while the wrong ones will lose points. But you’ll need to collect a few of the wrong colors, at least, if you want a chance at making bets and winning cards.

This wonderfully elegant and engaging engine-building game from Spiel Des Jahres designer Randy Flynn (Cascadia) builds upon his growing reputation, as players compete to become the most famous carpet weaver.

Lots of animals in this month’s games: from critters battling for trash in alleyways and food in the forest to animal newspapermen filling the front page with woodland news.

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