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Update on the Origins 2019 Preview and Publisher Preorders

by W. Eric Martin In just three weeks on June 12, BoardGameGeek will launch its livestream broadcast from the 2019

Indie Game Studios/Stronghold Games Sues Plan B Games over Great Western Trail

by W. Eric Martin The Indiana Intellectual Property Blog serves as a marketing vehicle for intellectual property and business attorney

New Game Round-up: Roads and Boats and Pandas and Brains!

by W. Eric Martin • In 2017, Dutch publisher Splotter Spellen released a new edition of KIEK to celebrate the

Spiel des Jahres Nominations for 2019: Just One, LAMA, and Werewords; Carpe Diem, Detective and Wingspan Collect Kennerspiel Nominations

by W. Eric Martin The Spiel des Jahres — Germany’s “game of the year” award — turns forty in 2019,

Links: AEG Publishes Less, Hasbro Earns More, and Asmodee Preps Paperbacks

by W. Eric Martin • Alderac Entertainment Group‘s John Zinser has stepped away from his role as the company’s CEO

Designer Diary: Designing Backwards by a MegaGame Designer

by Shaun McMillan I’ve heard it said that the easy way to start designing a game is to begin with

Bézier Games Offers Silver Amulets, Bullets and More to Ward Off Werewolves

by W. Eric Martin In how many game designs can Ted Alspach place werewolves? The answer, apparently, is all of

New Game Round-up: Manipulate Dice, Find Insects, Create Towns, and Create Tricky Lines

by W. Eric Martin Let’s sample another batch of games that will debut at Tokyo Game Market in late May

New Game Round-up: Claim Battlefields with Anthropomorphized Weapons, Then Participate in a Board Game Cafe Frenzy

by W. Eric Martin • Let’s look at another batch of games that will debut at Tokyo Game Market in

The BoardGameGeek Show: The Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle-earth, Black Angel, and Origins 2019 Preview Preorders

by W. Eric Martin Scott Alden, Steph Hodge, Lincoln Damerst, and I are back in a new episode of The