Since the last update I posted, Rio Grande Games has produced not one but two newsletters. They’re fairly similar, though, both previewing the same new titles. We now have photos and descriptions of the forthcoming Carcassonne releases, plus there are
Well, perhaps that’s putting it a bit strongly… but Mongoose Publishing will be having an open house on November 6th which will feature a live appearance by Lone Wolf gamebook author Joe Dever. He will be chatting and signing autographs.
If you thought their forays into video games were unexpected, sit down now. Thanks to the band Beatnik Turtle there is now an official album of songs devoted to the wonders of . Hey! Don’t just sit there.
While it seems like it hasn’t been long since the last one, Rio Grande Games has produced yet another newsletter. Most of the game descriptions have been seen in past announcements, but they have revealed more details on their forthcoming
Deep7 has just announced the release of a new issue of their King’s Dispatch newsletter for the Arrowflight RPG. It’s available, as always, in their free member’s area. They’re also offering a special sale on the game, so if you’ve
Once again, Rio Grande Games has unleashed a new newsletter upon the world. As always, there are quite a few interesting new German titles on the way, but the highlight appears to be more information on a pair of new
Rio Grande Games has posted another newsletter announcing a wealth of new releases. Highlights include Jambo, an African-themed trading game, Dawn Under, a family-friendly vampire game that’s quite popular in Germany, and High Bohn Plus, the first new Bohnanza expansion
Project Aon has just announced the release of the third World of Lone Wolf gamebook as a free online adventure. In Beyond the Nightmare Gate, you get to explore the dangerous Daziarn Plane in search of a magical item called
Perhaps figuring that James Ernest has gotten away with using that particular word for long enough, Rio Grande Games has, in their latest newsletter, announced Who’s the Ass? as one of their forthcoming titles. Of course, they’re referring to the
Wayne Densley, author of the Chronicles of Arborell free online gamebook series, wrote in to report some new developments. While the second book in the series still hasn’t been released yet, work is proceeding, and in the meantime, he has
Invisible City‘s March game of the month is here. In Pitter Pattern, two to four players take turns rolling a die and placing tokens on a board composed of dominoes, hoping to establish high-scoring patterns as a result. It’s a
A new Rio Grande Games newsletter is upon us, and the theme seems to be lots of trading and building. Games described in detail include Power Grid (a redesigned reprint of Funkenschlag), 5th Avenue (a skyscraper-building game), Goa (involving spice
It’s once again free game time at Invisible City Productions, and this month’s offering is something a little different. In Alien Abduction, one player is the abductee while the rest are aliens. Each alien chooses a different phobia with which
Rio Grande Games has released their first newsletter of the new year, and they report that 2003 was their most successful year yet. This can only be a good thing, as it presumably means lots more German games coming our
In order to catch up with their game-a-month schedule, Invisible City Productions has just released a pair of free games. The first, Zombie Rancher, is a humorous strategic board game of undead farming (hey, what else can you do with