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Steamforged Games Acquires Euthia

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Steamforged Games, leading UK tabletop games developer and publisher (Monster Hunter World: The Board Game, DARK SOULS: The Board Game , Horizon Zero Dawn: The Board Game , Bardsung , Epic Encounters , and more) announce acquisition of the Euthia IP and a partnership with Czech studio, Diea Games, to resurrect the Euthia board game crowdfunding campaign that was cancelled in May  this year after raising over half a million dollars in just two days.  Euthia, rated 8.8 on BoardGameGeek and currently out-of-print, is an open-world fantasy sandbox RPG board game that initially ran on Kickstarter in 2020 and was well-received by the public. Described as Diablo-esque by reviewers, the game can be played competitively, solo, or cooperatively. News of the cancellation of the second crowdfunding campaign was felt throughout the tabletop community. With Steamforged's support, Diea Games are now able to realise their dream of becoming a full-time development studio and can continue their w

The Game: Face to Face by Pandasauras Games Now Available

The newest, competitive version of the smash-hit card game The Game is now available! With so many positive reviews, the Pandasaurus' warehouse sold out before it even officially released. Pandasaurus is directing players to purchase the game directly from their favorite local game store instead of their website.


Pandasaurus is also hosting a contest for three lucky fans to win a bundle of Ohanami, The Game, and The Game: Face to Face.

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The Game: Face to Face features gameplay similar to the evergreen hit The Game with players laying down cards from their hand in ascending and descending piles. However, now the game is limited to two players who are competing to get rid of their cards first. You want to win on your own, but to advance, you must inevitably help your opponent...

On your turn, you’ll play at least 2 cards from your hand of 6. The twist comes from where you can play them. Of course, your own ascending and descending piles are fair game and follow the normal rules of The Game.

But exactly once per turn, you can play a card on one of your opponent’s piles, breaking all rules. This ultimately helps them out, as it pushes whatever pile you played on away from its upper limit.


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