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Kickstarter Preview – JunKing

Take on the role of an Imp trying to become King of the in JunKing, a project now live on Kickstarter. Rummage through junk, enjoy the family-friendly humor, and pledge to get this game into your collection.

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Quick News April 4 – April 10

This week’s Quick News includes information on Star Wars Armada Wave II, #BoardGameHaiku, Takenoko expansions, sweet dice boxes, and more.

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Kickstarter Preview – Battleborn Legacy

Take to the battlefield with a hero and manage your own unique economy and army while taking your place as conquering the land, and create your own story in Battleborn Legacy. Check out this game on Kickstarter now.

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Upper Deck Announces Bring Out Yer Dead

Check out the first non-licensed game from Upper Deck! Throw bodies in the river and rob graves – whatever it takes to get the best plot of land for your deceased and take your place as the head of the family!

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Quick News March 28 – April 3

New Mice & Mystics games, Orcs Must Die! comes to tabletop, and free Quarriors app. All this and more in this week’s Quick News.

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I:T Coverage For Gen Con 2015 on GoFundMe

We are hoping for a small boost from the community to make this year’s Gen Con experience the best yet for our readers. Please check out our GoFundMe campaign!

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Kickstarter Preview – Bad Decisions

In fiction and reality, human error is frequently a source of entertainment in many instances. Ian Price took advantage of this concept and created a story-telling party game in which you decide what Bad Decision fools make when faced with crisis situations!

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Guest Post: Kickstarter Preview – Salem

Join Chris as he shares details on a new project on Kickstarter called Salem. This deception based card game for 4-12 people will have you suspicious of everyone at your table as you try to identify who is the witch and who isn’t!

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