Cookies disclaimer

I agree Our site saves small pieces of text information (cookies) on your device in order to deliver better content and for statistical purposes. You can disable the usage of cookies by changing the settings of your browser. By browsing our website without changing the browser settings you grant us permission to store that information on your device.

Privacy Policy

Shipping to United States starts from None for letters and € 27.95 for parcels.

Ever so amazing Gen Con returns to the exhibition halls

Last week, Gen Con 21 was held, an event where after a long break various table-playing enthusiasts and professionals were able to exchange ideas, demo and sell games, and, of course, to showcase their newest products. In amids of the panels and balloon sculptures, content was also streamed to Twitch, and you are in luck, every one of those streams can be found here!

Of course, publishers have a strong desire to sell you their newest games. So the Board Game Geek's traditional list of Gen Con games is up, and the geeks have had plenty of time to vote the best ones for you. My own picks from the list are: The LoopKōhakuFurnaceGalaxy TruckerBrewRocketmenKabuto SumoCaesar!

Flight report from board game giant

Fantasy Flight Games also showcased its upcoming releases at Gen Con, as well as projects in the works. The show has carried the name “In-Flight Report” and was arranged digitally for the second time. In-Flight Report's biggest surprise was the new Lord of the Rings LCG starter box. The other publications were largely already known titles. A tightly packed summary of the topic by Board Game Quest.

Thinking about bugs on cardboard

Richard Garfield a creator of Keyforge, Magic the Gathering, Great Dalmuti and a few other games is up at it again! This time, the new brainchild is called Mindbug. From what we can decipher the game promises to cut the impact of the luck to a minimum and maximize the impact of the decisions made by the players. As a unique twist, the game is played with one deck, both you and your opponent drawing from it. This in thearyh means that both have an even chance of success.

We look forward to seeing what the game, which will be released at Spiel 21, will offer alongside traditional TCG games. You can check out the game here, and also find it on Kickstarter where it  appears immediately after the Spiel 21

What a nice set of newcomers this time around!




Wonderfully spiced autumn to all our friends!

Poromagia's board game crew