ABC News pimps board games, all old ones or makeovers of old ones. (source)

The Gen Con wrap-up pimps itself. It notes 27,900 attendees. (source)

Schenectady’s Daily Gazette pimps The Settlers of Catan as part of a day well spent with friends. (source)

A Learn English and Reading Now organization in Virginia is pimping Scrabble as a learning tool. (source)

The New York Daily Star pimps board games, mostly old ones. But then she pimps “new games”, such as Anti-Monopoly, Apples to Apples Bible Edition, and Clue Harry Potter. She then admits her ignorance, pimping and the top games at