Dan Patriss is back this week with a rundown of new from GenCon 2021.

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FFG– Outer Rim Expansion-Unfinished Business

FFG announced Descent: Legends of the Dark – Ghosts of Greyhaven,

Next Move games– Azul:Queen’s Garden  Q4

Asmodee Announced 7 Wonders:Architects. standalone family-friendly 7 Wonders game, for release in Fall 2021 $50

Wiz Kids Announced Star Trek:Missions based on Fantasy Realms engine Early next year $20

XYZ Labs– Titania Ascending– Co-Op Flip and Write — same company that put out the amazing lightweight family game Arch Ravels

AEG – Big buzz around card game Ten   Out Next month

Great thing about Gen Con too is publishers often get early copies to show off some of the games they have already funded and on their way to backers even if not for sale, still cool to see. I saw Car Wars by steve jackson games,  Return to Dark Tower, Thunder Road Vendetta and Roll Player Adventures

Holly Jolly by Ben Pinchback and Matt Riddle and by 25th century games also ended up with some advanced copies and was a huge hit judging by some buzz on twitter and from friends at the show.

Kickstarters

  • The Artemis Odyssey
  • SolForge Fusion
  • One Deck Galaxy
  • Verdant 
  • Masters of the Universe: Clash for Etrnia

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