Dan Patriss is back to share news from the world of gaming in this week’s Munchkin Land.

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Origins award winners announced- Usually announced during the show in June

  • Best Board Game/Game of the Year: Tiny Towns by AEG
  • Best Card Game: Point Salad by AEG
  • Best Family Game: The Quacks of Quedlinburg by North Star Game

Renegade Game Studios announced expanding their existing partnership with Hasbro to bring more games in the G.I. Joe, Transformers, and My Little Pony brands.

Upper Deck will release ALIENS: Bug Hunt, Q4 $40. This is a co-op card and dice game

Gale Force 9 is releasing 2 more expansions to their Aliens Board Game later this year

ALIENS: Ultimate Badasses $30

ALIENS: Get Away from Her You Bitch $60

CMON has reached a licensing deal with Sony Interactive Entertainment to produce The Last of Us: The Board Game

Funko Games will release Disney’s Haunted Mansion: Call of the Spirits Game, in October.

Sticking with Funko Games

Groundhog Day: The Game, a 2-6 player  15-25 minutes.

Eagle Gryphon Games recently announced an expansion for For Sale.

For Sale: Advisors

Digital Game News

  • Wingspan officially released on Steam
  • Scythe released on Mobile
  • Lorenzo Il Magnifico officially releasing on steam this week
  • Charterstone Digital releasing on switch any day now
  • Root is out now on Mobile


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