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Asmodee has announced they will be releasing Wavelength in the US later this year, you can vote on a new room for the classic board game Clue, and Bezier Games has announced One Night Ultimate Bonus Roles.

Z-Man Games has announced a new board game, Hasbro has released a new Monopoly-inspired game, and USAopoly is hosting a giveaway.

Pretzel Games has announced a new board game, Hasbro is releasing five parodies of their classic games, and Z-Man games has announced a card game.

I'll be honest: Monopoly hasn't hit my table in at least 10 years. Yet it remains in my game collection as one of my must-own games. I, along with millions of others have many memories of playing the game as a child, which mostly was instrumental in teaching me what it felt like to lose miserably to my older and smarter siblings. Nowadays, I am much more interested in playing newer, fresher, more appealing titles — but I also respect the past and plan to teach Monopoly to my children so they can take part in the tradition when they are ready to learn it.

Gamewright has announced eight new games, a new edition of Monopoly that actively encourages cheating will be coming soon, and a Star Wars Fluxx is released in Russia.

Hasbro has announced a subscription box, Renegade Game Studios will be releasing Honshu in North America, and this year’s Mensa Select winners have been announced.

Gamewright has a long list of new releases planned for 2017, the fate of every Monopoly token rests in your hands, and Mysterium goes digital.

Victory Point Games has a new board game out, Clue is being adapted for Broadway, and World's Fair 1893 is now in Barnes and Noble.

Z-Man Games has announced a new solo game for October, Monopoly is headed for Broadway, and BoardGameGeek previews Pocket Madness.

Clue is getting a new player character, King of New York has an expansion coming out, and Dastardly Dirigibles has been released.

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