Renegade Game Studios has just announced ClipCut Parks, a 1-4 player game designed by Shaun Graham and Scott Huntington (co-designers of Jolly & Roger) which will take scissors the roll & write genre.
By using their snipping talents, players in ClipCut Parks will be attempting to beautify an urban landscape and will compete to build the most beautiful park, ultimately trying to be the first player to complete 5 Park cards. Players will take turns rolling, cutting, and building their way to victory.
Dan Bojanowski, Senior Game Producer at Renegade Game Studios said, “We love roll and write games, and we hope gamers will get hooked into the unique gameplay and the delightful physicality.”
ClipCut Parks will be released in October 2019, and you can find more information on Renegade Game Studio’s website here.
Keep Exploring Games has announced the upcoming release of Old Masters, a 2-4 player painting-themed game by first-time designer Nicolas De Oliveira. In Old Masters, players will take on the role of talented painters participating in a competition held by Le Bateau-Lavoir,a Parisian painters’ studio in the Montmartre district, to see who will be the named the top painter, and (hopefully) become as renowned as the preceding legends, such as Monet, Renoir, and Van Gogh.
Old Masters is a worker placement engine building game in which the board moves one space each turn. Players are allowed to leave a worker on the board between turns, and they are faced with the challenge of predicting what other players need while thinking ahead to what will be available on the next and future rounds. Players will be trying to fulfill orders while also building up and improving their tools and technique.
The game will be released in late September 2019, and you can find more information on Keep Exploring Games’s official page here.
Fans of the classic Stephen King novel, 1990 miniseries, and recent 2017 remake alike will be pleased to discover that Pennywise and the Losers’ Club are making their way to the tabletop space with IT: Evil Below, coming this fall from The OP (USAopoly).
IT: Evil Below is a 2-7 player cooperative game in which players take on the role of the Losers’ Club as they traverse their neighborhood in Derry, ME, tempting fate in numerous encounters and using their character-specific abilities to take down the menacing clown and stop the child abductions once and for all. But if just one player runs out of health, the objective fails and Pennywise continues to wreak psychological havoc upon the citizens of this quaint New England town for years to come.
For more information on the game from The OP, click here.
USAopoly would like to announce the upcoming release of a new board game featuring the iconic video game franchise, Super Mario Bros. Super Mario Level Up! is a board game that features a 3D game board, 13 Character Movers, Power Up cards and “?” Block Chips to offer an immersive, thematic experience reminiscent of the well-known video game experience.
The publisher’s website states the following about this release: “Join Mario and his pals as you advance them up the Mushroom Kingdom while challenging other players to gather the most coins and reach the castle at the top.”
ThinkFun has provided a sneak-peek for one of their upcoming games for 2017, RollerCoaster Challenge. The game is a dexterity game in which a roller coaster is built and players drop marbles through the course.
Ah, Unicorns – majestic and elegant creatures, or at least that’s what everybody believes! Did you know that there is a Kingdom where Unicorns are stupid beings that breed like bunnies?
Toulouse-based company Morning has announced their new board game, Kill the Unicorns, a strategic family game set in a crazy universe. In Kill the Unicorns, players will play a character with special powers for the sole purpose hunting unicorns.
“Lure the Unicorns into piranha-infested lakes, or coax them into traps – with several combinations you have the opportunity to become the greatest Unicorn Hunter of all time! Kill the Unicorns is the funniest movement game you will play. Using card to move around the map or annoying others with “take that” card, and don’t forget a Pigicorn can be hidden among the unicorn herd.”
At the recent Steve Jackson Games Open House, retailers were able to to demo the latest release from SJG that left them laughing hysterically and requesting preorders.
Simon Tofield’s popular YouTube series, “Simon’s Cat”, has achieved over 680 million views, and continues to entertain with its adorable art and charming humor about a fate white cat and his long-suffering owner.
Now, designers Randy Scheunemann and Sam Mitschke have brought us a new card game based on this beloved animated series. In this lighthearted romp, 3-6 players will “go around the table playing cards to escape Simon’s attention. Get caught and you get Blame. Get too much Blame and you get fed last. No one wants that.”
Simon’s Cat release date has yet to be announced. For more information on Steve Jackson Games and to keep an eye on this game’s news, visit the SJG website HERE.