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Publisher Oink Games have announced Make the Difference from the design team of Bodgame, comprised of Moritaro Ohno, Ei Sato, Shotaro Nakajima, Shingo Fujita, and Hiromi Oikawa. If you have ever enjoyed the “what’s the difference” puzzles in magazines with two very, very similar images, you have a good idea what Make the Difference is all about.
For a while now, archaeologists investigating sites around the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas have been wondering about small stone spheres they keep finding. The stones, which are smaller than golf balls, come in various colors and are made from different materials. Analysis puts the stones into two groups of larger stones and smaller.
Check out the rest of this interesting discovery over at www.dicetowernews.com
Queen Games has announced games 7 and 8 in their City Collection, Patliputra and Nassau, designed by Stefan Feld. Not much is known about these games, as we only have been told the titles and an image of a side of the box. Nassau is said to be a re-implementation of a previous Feld game, though it is unknown at this time.
This metalhead can't believe what's he's reading, literally two weeks after seeing Iron Maiden in concert!!
In a CMoN Insider youtube video, the publisher announced a rather unexpected collaboration. Cool Mini or Not has teamed up with classic heavy metal band Iron Maiden, and will release 3 Character Packs featuring the band’s undead mascot, Eddie.
What is that old adage from Benjamin Franklin? "Nothing is certain except death and taxes..." At this point, we might as well add the hobby gaming corollary: "also certain are dice and card game versions of games with any shred of popularity." More about this new kickstarter over at www.dicetowernews.com
The latest KeyForge edition is live on Gamefound now. KeyForge: Winds of Exchange is the first KeyForge set released in two years, after Fantasy Flight reported the algorithm for Keyforge was broken in 2020. According to designer Richard Garfield and publisher, Ghost Galaxy, the algorithm has been restored, and a