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Spiel Des Jahres 2019 Nominees Announced


Spiel des Jahres have announced the shortlists for their 2019 awards, and there are some familiar names on the lists!

Europa Is Shifting In New Scythe Modular Board Announcement


The landscape of Eastern Europa is unforgiving, challenging, and - with this latest Stonemaier Games announcement - ever-changing.

Roll For Insight: Grubby Gamers vs Pristine Players?


Last week on Indie Thursday, I sparked the flint of controversy when I foolishly suggested that it was acceptable to bend the corners of playing cards to peek underneath.

Experience Existential Angst In Euphoria: Ignorance Is Bliss


In an interview with OnTabletop earlier this year, Jamey Stegmaier discussed a Stonemaier expansion to Euphoria in 2019. Now, we have more details and a first look at Euphoria: Ignorance Is Bliss.

Stonemaier Drop More Details On New Game, Wingspan


Stonemaier Games has been working away on a new board game for a little bit now called Wingspan.

Cass’s Christmas Wish List


I love this point in the festive season - the stress of Christmas is over, and there’s nothing to do but open gadgets and play with toys until the new year arrives.

Stonemaier Games Release New Teaser Photos For Wingspan


Stonemaier Games have pushed anticipation sky high today, releasing new teaser pictures for their latest game.

Weekender: Sci-Fi Warhammer Quest & Gaming In The 40K Gaps


Welcome to The Weekender where we're getting excited about what's happening with Warhammer Quest and the exploration of the Blackstone Fortress.

Stonemaier Games Announce Scythe Metal Mech Expansion


Scythe is already one of my favourite board games this year, and Stonemaier Games have just made it even cooler with their limited edition run of miniature metal mechs.

Engage In More Encounters With New Scythe Deck Expansion


In the summer of 2018, Scythe creator Jamey Stegmaier asked fans to design new events to be added into the 1920s alt-historical board game.  Now he has selected his favourites and compiled them into a new encounter deck.

Help The Mad King Build His Castles In Stonemaier’s Crossover Game


Stonemaier Games have clearly been getting into the Halloween spirit, as their mad scientists produce a new Franken-game. 

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