Posted Wednesday, 29-Jul-2015
Long awaited hidden movement game Fury of Dracula has been a holy grail of most gaming collections – much beloved, but out of print and exceedingly expensive.
Fantasy Flight Games has just revealed details for the third edition, which include updates to the combat system and movement rules.
Mysterium (released originally in Polish as Tajemnicze Domostwo) is publisher Libellud’s attempt at bringing the game to the US market.
A cross between Clue and Dixit, this gorgeous co-operative game casts players as psychic investigators trying to solve a murder, helped by a silent player who acts as a ghost, giving the players dream visions that they must interpret.
Continuing the vampire theme, One Night Ultimate Werewolf has introduced this new standalone expansion.
Bezier Game’s party game reduces the classic social deduction game to a single round, to which Vampire adds new roles and even a new team!
In one of the more improbable crossovers in recent months, Iello games has announced the Draccus. A monster from Patrick Rothfuss’ popular fantasy novel The Name of the Wind, the Draccus has been recreated as a King of Tokyo promotional character.
Fully compatible with both King of Tokyo and followup game King of New York, the Draccus will be available at Gen Con and at Patrick Rothfuss’ website thereafter.
New Bedford is a medium weight worker placement game about the historical whaling community, produced by Dice Hate Me Games
[redacted]’s second expansion, Garden Party, takes the the spy vs spy game of counter-espionage outdoors.
Battle of Iron Ring Skies is a steampunk sci-fi miniatures game for two to five players. It has sky whales!
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A tale of two Megacities; a journey to Ganymede, and Judge Dredd lays down the law in this week’s Board Game News Brief.
A review of Azul: Stained Glass of Sintra – a new board game that takes what you love about Azul, runs with it, and adds a twist.