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A new Halloween edition of Patchwork is coming soon, Rio Grande has announced a new game, and Paste Magazine posts a roundup of their favorite games at this year’s Gen Con.

Floodgate Games has announced a new cooperative game, Board Game Quest has posted their recap of this year’s Gen Con, and Blue Orange Games has released Zoom in Barcelona.

Become a railway tycoon in this 3-5 player game from designer John Bohrer that allows train game beginners to learn the basics of the genre.

As a new year starts, several new games have already been announced. WizKids will be releasing Waddle, Rio Grande Games has announced a new train-themed board game, and Fantasy Fluxx releases this week.

Take off from Earth, learning new technologies and staking claims in far-flung planets in this worker placement and resource management game from first-time designer Dennis K. Chan.

The Locksley clan is at odds in this two player duel to determine who is the best Locksley in Sherwood Forest.

Musical Chairs, published by Rio Grande Games, doesn’t involve either actual music or actual chairs, but does manage to represent both of those things in an enjoyable board game experience.

Renegade Game Studios has released a new deductive logic game, Back to the Future: Back in Time has been released, and The Op (USAopoly) has announced a deal with Asmodee to release licensed versions of Spot It!.

This game's ability to be defined as a 'casual game' might best be demonstrated by the story of how I, seasoned gamer that I am, was promptly defeated by a 7-year-old girl playing it for the first time.

Pictures is a 3-5 player party game where players will use varying sets of items to depict one of 16 images in the hopes their companions can figure out what picture they are crafting.

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