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Kingdom Rush: Elemental Uprising is a standalone sequel to Kingdom Rush: Rift in Time. Currently seeking funding on Gamefound, Elemental Uprising is a challenging tower defense cooperative puzzle game.

The latest expansion for It’s a Wonderful World by Lucky Duck Games boasts five campaigns that add some depth to the hand management and engine building card game.

Strategically move dice around the board, capture the ones you need to create combos, and steal dice from your opponents in this abstract strategy game of competing to be the Loa of the Dead for a year.

Cryptozoic has announced a Wonder Woman card game, WizKids has released a roll-and-write game, and Lucky Duck Games has announced a new game for later this month.

Chronicles of Crime by Lucky Duck Games is back with a brand new standalone game. Plus: highlights from Gen Con Online, the art of storytelling in games, lessons learned after 10 years of gaming, alternatives to UNO, and the magic behind Arcane Wonders.

Pandasaurus has released a new game, there’s a new Sagrada expression available for pre-order, and a light family-friendly Dungeons & Dragons board game has been announced.

The Op (USAopoly) and AEG have announced Smash Up: Marvel, Origins Online is coming this June, and Renegade Game Studios has released a print and play.

WizKids has announced a new pinball roll-and-write, IELLO has released King of Tokyo: Dark Edition early, and several companies are releasing free game content.

Despite the raging Coronavirus pandemic, some great games are up for funding on Kickstarter this month — offering mysteries, social deduction, and a chance to explore the world at your game table.

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