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Big news this morning for tabletop gamers who use Roll20; Paizo has teamed with Roll20 to make Pathfinder full integrated with the online system.

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Miskatonic Repository

Have you created a fantastic Call of Cthulhu content, scenarios, settings, and more? Chaosium is now giving creators a chance to share their content through the Miskatonic Repository.

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GamingIDW PublishingPress Release

PRESS RELEASE – Being King is good. But being the King of the Creepies is even better. And you’ve got to be King, or else you’ll just be… creepy.

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BusinessGamingIDW PublishingPress Release

Atari and IDW Games, announced they have entered into a partnership to produce a line of tabletop games based on several classic Atari videogame titles.

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FeaturedGamingGen ConMajor SpoilersMunchkin LandPodcast

Dr. Brad Will sits down to discuss what he saw, what he liked, and what he missed out on at this year’s GenCon.

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comic conventionGamingIDW PublishingPress ReleaseWonderCon

Press Release IDW Games is on the case! Get ready to hunt down the city’s super-powered serial killers in a new line of tabletop games based off the Powers graphic novels. Powers, by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, is an Eisner Award winning super hero noir series that was recently adapted for television by PlayStation network. The Powers game line will include card, board, and dice games each focusing on different situations and characters from the series.

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I ran across the Kickstarter for Alchemy! while poking around facebook. If you enjoy our Munchkin, D&D and Magic: The Gathering coverage then Alchemy! may be a game you want to check out. Take the jump for a gameplay video as well as Kickstarter info.

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GamingWiz Kids Games

Good news for gamers, and the HeroClix line – the new Arkham Asylum line has sold out at the distributor level in North America a week before they are sold in stores. DC HeroClix: Arkham Asylum brings BATMAN’s most dangerous villains to players’ tabletops to re-wage the wars of their favorite comic, film, and television storylines. I’ve stopped buying HeroClix, simply because I don’t have time to play the game, nor the time to chase down the exclusives that sell for the big bucks, but every time I see a new DC line announced, I’m so, so, tempted to get

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