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NEWS

Patchwork is getting 3 new skin versions of the game Patchwork: Winter Edition, Patchwork: Folklore Taiwan and Patchwork: Folklore China Lookout will release

500-copy limited edition version of each one, with these being available through the Lookout online shop starting on October 22, 2020.

Also out this week by Uwe Rosenberg, and Lookout games is Hallertau

Q-Workshop is doing a very cool Dice Advent Calendar. ( $40)

Grand Gamers Guild has the pre-orders up for The Kringle CaperPre-order now! ($12)

An 18 card escape room game.

Andrew Parks and Quixotic Games has acquired the rights to Core Worlds from Indie Game Studios and the IP, and is going to release a new game Core Worlds:Empires  which looks to be coming to Kickstarter early next year.

One such game that Eric Martin did a nice preview for the new Stefan Feld called Bonfire last week. Also look for other great previews from Speil Digital later this week on Boardgame Geek

And Finally Mondo and Restoration games have released all the info for their Unmatched: Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

You can currently order it from the Mondo site for $50

Digital BG News–

A Game of Thrones Digital Edition now up on Steam  $20

kICKSTARTER

Freedom Five: A Sentinels Comics Board Game Oct 20th

Frost Punk:The Board Game

Crescent City Cargo + Captains of the Gulf Reprint 

For Sale Autorama — With Advisors as well


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