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This week’s new releases (09/10/17)

The new releases for this week have been confirmed and are now online and available to order.

On Tuesday/Wednesday the following games are arriving

  • Cat Lady
  • Centipede
  • Hostage Negotiator: Crime Wave
  • Enemy Coast Ahead: The Doolittle Raid

Thursday’s releases are:

  • Sheriff of Nottingham: Merry Men
  • Star Wars Imperial Assault: Heart of the Empire
  • Dead of Winter: Warring Colonies
  • SpyNet

And finally on Friday, we will get our hands on:

  • D&D Tomb of Annihilation Board Game
  • Dojo Kun
  • Potion Explosion: The Fifth Ingredient

As always you can find all the new releases (and more pre-orders for the rest of the month) here.

New arrivals (27/09/2016)

As always Tuesday is the day when we receive the first delivery with new games and restocks of the week.

Today’s delivery included four restocks:

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And quite a lot of new games:

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Later this week we are expecting Escape the Room: Secret of Dr. Gravely’s Retreat (Thursday), Merchants & Marauders: Broadsides (Friday), Tragedy Looper: Cosmic Evil (Friday) and War of the Ring: Warriors of Middle-earth (sold out to pre-orders).

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Merchants & Marauders: Broadsides

New arrivals (24/11/2015)

Tuesday is new releases day and a few games have come in today:

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New releases for 22/09/2015

Next week will be another quite week regarding new releases (calm before the Essen storm): At the moment we are expecting three new releases to arrive on Tuesday.

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News overview (17/04/2015)

Here are some interesting news from the last few days:

  • Neanderthal will be the next game from Sierra Madre Games. The game can be combined with Greenland, last year’s Essen release. LINK
  • The second expansion for Machi Koro has been anounced: Millionaire’s Row will be released in June. LINK
  • At Alan R. Moon’s Gathering of Friends quite a few publishers have shown their newest prototypes and new projects. Eric Martin has posted a round up of the most interesting ones on BGG. LINK