Eden Studios has joyously announced the arrival of the Knights of the Dinner Table: HACK! Card Game. After a few delays (I think HACK! was originally expected at GenCon), the game will be shipping from the printer straight to anxious
Steve Jackson Games is hard at work on Munchkin 2: Unnatural Axe, a new set of 112 cards for the popular hack-and-slash card game Munchkin. New art from John K (no, not that one), a new race to play (orcs,
Decipher announced yesterday that the Lord of the Rings CGG is available. Go on, go get it. I’ll wait. Adios A-Mi-Go Says Hello Again Pinnacle‘s long out of print Dime Novel for Deadlands, the cult classic Adios, A-Mi-Go is available
Just when you thought you’d gotten over your EverCrack – er, EverQuest addiction, along comes yet another attempt to bring Magic: The Gathering to your computer. That’s right, Wizards of the Coast has announced plans for Magic: The Gathering Online.
According to ICv2, that goofy Bionicle stuff is actually taking off. Maybe I’m just predisposed to see any new high-concept Lego thing as hopelessly lame. The Upper Deck-produced Bionicle CCG also appeared hopelessly lame, but I didn’t look very closely
Looney Labs‘ Origins award-winning card game Chrononauts has a new expansion called Lost Identities, a fixed set of 13 new ID cards (IDs are one of the game’s three win conditions, and the most likely of them in my experience).
Further compensating for the missed August game of the month, Invisible City Productions has released a second free game for the month of October. This time it’s Dungeon, a randomized hack-and-slash dungeon crawl played with a standard deck of cards.
The Game Industry Disaster Relief Auction continues to draw support from all corners of the game industry, and is rumbling toward the $10,000 mark. Today, Steve Jackson Games and their ally John Kovalic got together to offer a truly unique
Sabertooth Games wants Warhammer 40,000 fans to know the wait is nearly over. “We’ve handed the Warhammer 40,000 CCG off to the printer, and now we wait. We expect to have everything ready to ship to the marketplace in late
Two weeks ago I was all set to write this snarky post about how Richard Garfield had, in record time, become the Paul McCartney of gaming – alternating between Wings-esque abominations of pablum like What Were You Thinking? and Beatles
Hope you had a good Fourth. Let’s see, what’s going on… Tyranny Games announced that Sack Armies is ready to ship to retailers. The final, high-quality color printing should be quite a sight. We’ll have more on Sack Armies soon.
A few more tidbits for ya as a birthday gift (my birthday, not yours). Enjoy. 🙂 In an interview over at Games Unplugged, Vampire creator Mark Rein*Hagen speaks briefly about the new game he’s working on with his new company,
Now this is totally my style: I Want My 1000 Blank White Cards. Who else out there used to set up all of their board games on the floor of the family room at once and just kind of let
Mythrole Games, publishers of digitally-distributed analog card games such as Night of the Ill-Tempered Squirrel, will be publishing a full line of D20 material, according to tragically misinformed sources. Mythrole put out a non-confirmation last week. From the press release: