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Name your own price for a 6-game Android bundle

And these are some seriously good games, too, with titles like Catan, Vector, and Zombie Gunship. Plus: a sweet e-book bundle!

By March 6, 2014


Mega Man board game kills it on Kickstarter

Just a few short months after Mega Man's spiritual successor Mighty No. 9 became one of the highest ever funded Kickstarter games, a new Mega Man project is making crowdfunding waves.

By December 12, 2013


3D print your own Game of Thrones Cyvasse

A pair of fans has created a 3D-printable version of the chess-like board game played in George R R Martin's A Game of Thrones.

By May 26, 2013


Official Stratego game debuts for iPad

With a heavy emphasis on online multiplayer, the classic boardgame makes an impressive -- if imperfect -- iPad debut.

By January 30, 2013


Beloved boardgame Settlers of Catan comes to iPhone

For fans of the strategy classic, it's a $4.99 dream come true. For newcomers to the game, it's $4.99 well spent. And for everyone, it's a chance to play solo and on the go.

By October 26, 2009


Lenovo planning to release a 23-inch tablet this year. Wait, how big?

It's not the size of your tablet, but how you use it. So what would you use a 23-inch tablet for? Lenovo is planning to launch a monster slate this year, which will be more than twice the size of rivals.

By April 13, 2011


Risk for iPhone: Global conquest in the palm of your hand

EA's iOS adaptation of the classic board game really shines, with nifty animations, perfect sound effects, and your choice of single- and multiplayer warfare.

By July 26, 2010


Settlers of Catan coming to Microsoft Surface

Attendees of this week's Origins Game Fair will get to see a sneak peek of the popular German board game running on Microsoft's tabletop touch computer.

By June 21, 2010


Board game alert: Carcassonne comes to iPhone

Do you like Catan? Get thee to the App Store ASAP.

By June 4, 2010


Blokus makes the leap from board game to app

If you've never played Blokus, you're missing out. Before you drop $30 on the board game, try the $4.99 app version--the only one with a single-player option.

By April 20, 2010