This is Dice Tower Now for the week of February 28, 2023. This week, the Akropolis is truly made of gold, all the animals escape Cartagena, Ethnos goes to the frontier of Space, and everything’s got a butt.

 

TOP STORIES (2:45)

  • As d'Or Award winners announced
  • Apex Legends the Board Game coming from Glass Cannon, Electronic Arts, and Respawn
  • Trick or Trick Games to release new version of Gold West
  • Cartagena: Escape Diaries coming from Pretzel Games and Leo Colovini
  • Sea Dragons announced by Fractal Juegos
  • Publisher Devir and designer Carmen García Jiménez announce Ierusalem Anno Domini
  • Card game Mantis released by Exploding Kittens
  • Gamewright launches children's IP card game Butts on Things
  • Concordia by Mac Gerdts gets new expansion Roma/Sicilia
  • New expansion coming to Reiner Knizia's deck builder, Quest for El Dorado
  • Ethnos by Paolo Mori getting rethemed to Archeos Society by Space Cowboys
  • Druids coming from Rio Grande Games and first time designer Federico Marcucci

 

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SPONSOR UPDATE (22:15)

  • Scott Morris

 

THE HOTNESS (24:15)

  1. Twilight Struggle: Red Sea – Conflict in the Horn of Africa
  2. Heat: Pedal to the Metal
  3. Ethnos
  4. Gloomhaven
  5. Ark Nova
  6. Frosthaven
  7. Brass: Birmingham
  8. HUANG
  9. Archeos Society
  10. Earth

 

 

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This is Dice Tower Now for the week of February 21, 2023. This week, gaming loses its holy grail, Birmingham is finally number one, the gods of cyclades are legendary, and John Clair invades the Last Kingdom.

 

TOP STORIES (2:20)

  • Holy Grail Games closes it's doors
  • Brass: Birmingham reaches #1 on BGG board game rankings
  • Cyclades: Legendary Edition announced from Open Sesame Games
  • Restoration Games puts two Unmatched sets in the vault
  • Munchkin South Park announced from TheOP and Steve Jackson Games
  • Licensed title The Last Kingdom coming from John D Clair and Gamelyn Games
  • Potions of Azerland teased by Grayden Baker and Warped Reality Games
  • Disney Lorcana promo sets fetching high price at auction
  • Coffee Rush announced by Euijin Han and Korea Boardgames Co
  • Roller Coaster Rush coming to retail from Pandasaurus and Scott Almes
  • Bruno Faidutti and John Kovalic working on Grail Cup for Matagot Games
  • Children's title Cat and Co coming from designer Carlo A Rossi

 

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SPONSOR UPDATE (18:20)

  • It's a Wonderful World: Leisure and Decadence campaign expansion

 

THE HOTNESS (20:00)

  1. Expeditions
  2. Frostpunk: The Board Game
  3.  
  4. Cyclades
  5. Cyclades Legendary Edition
  6. Enclyclopedia
  7. Dune: Imperium
  8. Heat: Pedal to the Metal
  9. Ark Nova
  10. Forbidden Jungle
  11. The Last Kingdom Board Game
  12. Gloomhaven
  13. Frosthaven
  14. Sail
  15. Brass: Birmingham

 

 

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This is Dice Tower Now for the week of February 14, 2023. This week, gamewright welcomes Leacock to the jungle, there's a dispiration move from sentinels, and Jekykll and Hyde fight Scotland Yard.

 

TOP STORIES (1:50)

  • Maestro Media hires designers
  • Gears of War the Card Game
  • Dungeon Scrawlers Heroes of Waterdeep
  • Tricktakers
  • Jekyll and Hyde vs. Scotland Yard
  • Forbidden Jungle
  • New Scotland Yard
  • Next Station: Tokyo
  • Sentinels Dispiration
  • Bamboo
  • New Smash Up Expansion - Excellent Movies, Dudes

 

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SPONSOR UPDATE (19:34)

  • Kids Chronicles DLC: The Portal

 

NEW RELEASES (21:37)

  • Agricola 15th Anniversary Box
  • New Puerto Rico 1897
  • Keydom’s Dragons
  • Twilight Struggle: Red Sea - Conflict in the Horn of Africa
  • Lofoten
  • Detective Rummy
  • Power Plants
  • Fly Home

 

 

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This is Dice Tower Now for the week of February 7, 2023. This week, the tapestry grows larger, acquire’s acquisition from acquire accurate acquisitioner acquires accuity, the crew goes literary, and Disney goes Dixit.

 

TOP STORIES (2:25)

  • Stonemaier Games announces Scythe sequel and Tapestry expansion
  • Renegade Games partners with Hasbro to acquire Acquire
  • Two player Quartermaster General East Front coming from Ares
  • Pegasus Spiele announces Istanbul: Choose and Write
  • Disney and Ravensburger announce new titles
  • Publisher 25th Century Games has announced Grand Central Skyport
  • Saashi and Saashi reveal stand alone expansion Get on Board: Paris and Rome
  • District Noir by designers Nobutake Dogen and Nao Shimamura nominated for the As d'Or - Jeu de l'Année
  • Dixit Disney coming Autumn 2023 from Libellud
  • The Crew adventure book shown off at Nuremberg
  • Wehrlegig Games makes 5 new game announcements
  • Deep Print Games announces Triqueta from Stefan Dorra and Ralf zur Linde
  • Nautilus Island coming from designers Johannes Goupy and Théo Rivière, published by Hachette
  • 2p tile digging title Tanis announced from designer Phil Walker-Harding and Eagle Gryphon Games

 

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SPONSOR UPDATE (22:30)

  • Scott Morris Special Message

 

THE HOTNESS (24:10)

  1. Scythe
  2. Tapestry: Fantasies & Futures
  3. Frostpunk: The Board Game
  4. Dune: Imperium
  5. Ark Nova
  6. Dwellings of Eldervale
  7. Frosthaven
  8. Heat: Pedal to the Metal
  9. Andromeda's Edge
  10. Lofoten
  11. Expeditions

 

 

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