The latest expansion for Adventure Time Card Wars has gone on sale today by way of Cryptozoic Entertainment.
Just hitting Kickstarter yesterday, from Dublin based designer David Robin, Sub Rosa is a micro game (and I do mean micro) where players attempt to recruit agents to their cause.
In Make a Mess, players each take control of a feisty furball bent on creating as much kitty mayhem as possible throughout various rooms of the house.
If you've ever felt the neighborhood cat lady needed a run for her money than Here, Kitty, Kitty! should be right up your alley.
Cubicle 7 will release the eagerly anticipated Dalek Dice later this month. Fans of Doctor Who will get a kick out of taking on the roles of Daleks invading Earth, as each looks to exterminate more UNIT soldiers than their opponents by way of ten custom designed dice.
The successfully funded Kickstarter for Nightmare Forest: Dead Run is about to finish up but there's still a few hours for you to get on board.
While visitors to The Gaming Gang know I don't cover a ton of Kickstarter projects, I felt Nightmare Forest: Dead Run was an interesting game worthy of sharing with our audience.
Beep Boop, from Akimbo Games, is a two to four player card game where contestants build and customize their bots to do battle.
In an interesting looking mashup of Minecraft style adventure graphics and Monty Haul loot grabbing gameplay, IDW Games has revealed plans to publish Jamie Keddie’s card game Random Encounter: Plains of the Troll King this April.
Sometimes it can be rather difficult to score the perfect holiday gift for the discerning gamer in your life. That's why we're here to present (in no particular order) a fine selection of titles which are sure to please both newcomers to the hobby and longtime hardcore gamers.
Renegade Game Studios has announced the upcoming release of three family games slated to arrive in early 2016: Kitty Paws, Bullfrogs, and Apotheca.
When I first had a chance to peek at Jolly Roger at this year’s Gen Con I was intrigued. On one hand Ares isn’t exactly a company known for lighter fare or card games and, on the other, there aren’t too many games designed for as many as ten people on the market.
Thames & Kosmos (the English language publishing arm of Kosmos) has announced two upcoming games: The Rose King and Tally Ho.
It’s rare I get a chance to review a Columbia Game title so when the chance arises I’m a happy camper since I’ve yet to ever run across a dud. The Last Rail is an abstracted look at the building of the first transcontinental railroad across the United States.