Portal Games to release Detective Season 1, Taverns of Tiefenthal arrives this week, and KAPOW! goes worldwide in this week’s Munchkin Minute with Dan Patriss.

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NEWS

Portal games announced a new version of Detective: A Modern Crime Board game, called Detective Season 1

The game has a shorter playtime, is perfectly tailored for a mystery game night, and has simpler family-friendly rules.

Northstar games Will release Taverns of Tiefenthal on Nov 1.

White Wizard Games has announced a worldwide distribution deal for KAPOW! in 2020.

New Expansion for Mystic Vale: Nemesis will be out Feb 2020

APE Games has announced a publishing partnership with HutChu Games  to co-publish Plunderbund, a game which is what they call  a black-market simulator with a unique deck-building mechanic.

TMG has Announced an expansion for Guilds of London:Wards of London

Kickstarter

Fresco Mega Box—  new artwork, and 4 new modules! Fresco Dice Game and Fresco Card game!

Spirit Island still on Indie gogo  Could use some help little over 2 weeks left.

Digital

Asmodee Digital Announces Blood Rage – Digital Edition and A Game of Thrones: The Board Game – Digital Edition  Both have been said for 2020 (More info as it comes out ) Both on Steam


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