Dan Patriss runs down some of the big news items in gaming in this week’s Munchkin Land.

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A Big Congratulations to Stephen Buonocore on his announced Retirement!

Stronghold Games announced that Stephen Buonocore, founder and longtime President of the company, will be stepping down from his role effective on August 1.

CGE Announced Lost Ruins of Arnak

Q4 1-4 players 1-2 hours  $60

Stonemeier Games Announced Pendulum

August release 1-5 players 60-90 mins but no price set yet

Brotherwise is putting out a small expansion for Boss Monster:Vault of Villains

Oct ‘20 $12

More Munchkin!

Munchkins and Mazes– August 3-6 players 1-2 hours $25

Munchkin Disney  (Fall Release) (along with the OP)  $25

2 Quick hits for Ares Games a company over in europe

Masters of Night ==   November release

Co-op 1-5  players, ages 13 and up, plays in 45 minutes, and will retail for $49.90.

Tales of Evil — September release

Co-op Kid investigators on bikes in this highly thematic games

1-5 players 60-90 mins 45-50 ? (not official but think i saw some pre-orders?)

FFG announced that in Q4 2020 they will be releasing a 20th anniversary of Knizia’s Lord of the Rings

Kickstarter! A Whole bunch of them this week.


Dead Reckoning and Ascension Tactics

Catapult Kingdoms— Vesuvius Media

Roll Player Adventures— Thunderworks Games

Ragna-Rok Star

Canopy— Tim Eisner

RallyMan:Dirt — Holy Grail Games

Sorcerer:Endbringer— Expansion to Sorcerer 6 new factions , White Wizard Games

Alhambra Roll and Write –Queen Games

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