Defenders of the Wild was unveiled at PAX Unplugged, from publisher Out of Order Games, Parks and Cosmoctopus designer Henry Audubon, and T.L. Simons. As one of four unique factions, you’ll lead animal heroes to resist a monstrous army of machines. Read more about this upcoming title over at www.dicetowernews.com
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Boardgametables.com is changing their name to Allplay to more accurately reflect the company's products. The company, which was founded eight years ago, started out producing board game tables and accompanying accessories. They have since branched out to bags, playmats, shelves, and board games. Allplay will continue to publish board games focused on titles that are approachable and easy to learn, while including strategic elements. Check out the rest of this article over at www.dicetowernews.com
The publisher Button Shy Games is known for making 18-card micro-deck games, and have published hundreds of the little gems since their start in 2014 with Six Sons of the Sultan. Notable titles include Sprawlopolis, Tussie-Mussie, and Circle the Wagons.
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Taiwanese publisher Emperor S4 debuted two of their new games at Essen Spiel this past October. World Splitters by Romain Caterdjian and Tony Chen is a unique area control game. On their turn, the active player places a fence, splitting the board into more regions. Then all other players secretly bid to place a meeple on a space adjacent to that fence. Starting with the highest bid, the active player can choose to either take the money and allow the bidder to place, or the active player can pay the amount of the bid and place their own meeple. As fenced regions are enclosed, bonuses are awarded, and players score by area control.
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Takenoko by designer Antoine Bauza is a super popular title about managing a garden, growing bamboo, and of course having that bamboo eaten by a panda. In Takenoko, players manage their actions - placing new garden tiles, moving the gardener, irrigating the fields, and moving the panda, all in order to fulfill goal cards.
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