Pandasaurus Games


Pandasaurus Announces English Release of Passtally

I love abstract puzzle games. Ask me to name my favorite board game and I'll tell you that it's Blokus. So seeing a new one making its way to American shores, I'm intrigued. Passtally is a big hit over in Japan, and now Pandasaurus will be bringing it over to an English-speaking audience. Players place tiles in order to create pathways, but you can stack the tiles, creating new routes over existing ones.

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Review Roundup

It's very early on Saturday morning. Well, not as early as it was when I first got up (Now: 6am. Woke up: 3am). I'd love to know why, on weekdays, my brain is all, "man, I dun wanna get up!" while on the weekend it's like, "3am, homebear. Be awake now!" Maybe I'm just so excited about D&D today. I guess we can go with that. But while I get ready for all the things I'm gonna do today, I also need to get you your reviews I know you so desperately desire.

Today we have: Go Nuts for Doughnuts, Sushi Go!, Bamboleo, Cry Havoc: Aftermath, Down in Flames: WWII-Guns Blazing, Gaslands, Dinosaur Island, Dr. Beaker, and Crusader Kings.


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The Mind Coming This July

Pandasaurus Games is coming out with a game called The Mind. In it, players are trying to play a set of cards in the correct order. However, nobody is allowed to talk to one-another. So, how does one communicate? That's up to the cards to decide. If you know anyone in the gaming industry, you know that this is a game that's been getting all the buzz about it. But when can the regular Joe's get a copy? July, with a few to be sold at Origins, if you can make it there.

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Pandasaurus Announces Nyctophobia Board Game

It's amazing how much we rely on our sense of sight. Most of the information we get about the outside world is via our eyes. So, when that is taken away, our other senses must really work overtime. And for someone who is used to sight and suddenly loses it, it can be incredibly disorienting. But it's into this dark world that you will delve into in Nyctophobia, a new board game coming this August from Pandasaurus.

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Pandasaurus Games Announces Duelosaur Island

Many of us, growing up (or even now), wish we could go visit a dinosaur theme park. I mean, how cool would it be if Jurassic Park were a real thing (minus all the people getting killed and eaten, of course)? I think the only thing cooler would be being the one in charge of the park. And that's what you'll be in Duelosaur Island, a new stand-alone Dinosaur Island spin-off game from Pandasaurus Games.

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Review Roundup

Saturdaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!
*runs around with arms over my head*
Wooooooooooooooooo!
Alright, let's do this thing!

Today we have: Tulip Bubble, Nuked, Wasteland Express Delivery Service, Brutal Kingdom, Dwarven Smithy, Crows, Sticky Chameleons, Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective: Jack the Ripper & West End Adventures, Haspelknecht: The Ruhr Valley, Rumbleslam, Game Toppers, Quantum, and Samurai Gardener.


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Pandasaurus Games Taking Pre-Orders for Coaster Park

We all love getting new games right when they're made available. Everyone wants to be the first gamer on their block with the new hotness, after all. The best way to do that is to put your name down for a pre-order. Even better is if you can pick up your game at a convention. Well, Pandasaurus Games is letting you do that with Coaster Park. Pre-orders are being taken now. And if you'll be at Essen, you can pick up your game at the show.

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Pandasaurus Games Announces Coaster Park

I don't like going to amusement parks. It's just not my thing. Mostly, that's because I don't like roller coasters. I get motion sickness pretty bad. However, that doesn't meant that I can't enjoy games like Coaster Park, a new board game announced by Pandasaurus Games. I'll happily sit at and play a game based on roller coasters. And this isn't just some cards you're playing, but actual 3D pieces as you make a real roller coaster.

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Pandasaurus Games Launches Minerva Kickstarter

One of my favorite Deftones songs is now a hit board game on Kickstarter. *gets handed a note* ... Apparently this game has nothing to do with the Deftones.
But still, it's a hit game up on Kickstarter. In Minerva, players take on the role of city managers in the Roman Empire. It's your job to develop your city by building up its military might, cultural centers, and public spaces. The player with the best city at the end will win the favor of the goddess Minerva, herself.

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Midweek Snippets

Hey kids. I see from my friends feed that quite a lot of you are headed to Chicago for Adepticon. I really wish I was going. I would be, but there's a bunch of proofing projects that are coming along, and I know how you gamers get if you have to wait even an extra day to get your games. ;)
Anyway, if you're on the road or the plane or the pogostick, you're going to need to keep your energy up. So here's a bunch of bite-sized gaming stories to tide you over until you can get to Portillo's.

Today on the platter we have: Higher Grounds is Gearing Up for their Dhovaine Kickstarter, Privateer Press Bringing Nemo Bust To Adepticon, Killbox Games Running Frazetta Miniatures Kickstarter, Reichguard Knights Medieval Miniatures On Kickstarter, Early Imperial Roman Legionaries Available From Victrix, Hannibal & Hamilcar Coming To Kickstarter Next Month, Treasure Island reached Full Captain Kickstarter News, Dark Art Miniatures Releases British Motor Platoon Passenger Trays, Khurasan releases Southeast Asian baggage elephants, Win A Copy of the Outlands Rulebook, Casual Game Revolution Posts Top 5 Takeaways from GAMA Trade Show 2017, The Third Law: Kickstarter date confirmed, Acheson Creations Releases Megatherium (Giant Sloth), Weapon Platform Weapons Now Available Separately from Kromlech, The Iron Crows and other Dwarves of Kazhuk Izril, and Final Days For Dinosaur Island on Kickstarter.


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Pandasaurus Games Launches Dinosaur Island Kickstarter

Who wouldn't want a dinosaur of their very own? I know I'd want one, or a couple dozen. In Dinosaur Island, players don't just get one dinosaur, but a whole park worth. Just make sure your enclosures have enough room for your charges, and some security, or your concession patrons might turn into concessions.
The game is up on Kickstarter now.

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Wasteland Express Delivery Service Available For Pre-Order

Gamers love to be the first ones to get a new game. To be the first one on the block with the new hotness is a badge of honor. Well, if you want to be the first one to get yourself a copy of Wasteland Express Delivery Service, you can put in your pre-order now. You'll also get some cool, exclusive stuff.

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Pandasaurus Games and IDW Games Team Up To Bring You Wasteland Express Delivery Service

Well, once more, the world has come to an end. Damnit, Carl! We've talked about this! Now we need to start a business as delivery drivers, taking food, water, and guns to the few remaining outposts of humanity. Of course, seeing as this is a post-apocalyptic world, there's all sorts of raiders and bandits who want that stuff for themselves, and so they're going to try and take it from us. Good thing we can practice our strategy by playing Wasteland Express Delivery Service.

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