Rather Dashing Games‘ Drawn & Quartered series is getting a new title in April titled This Belongs in a Museum. In the game players are competing to be the most renowned archeologist in the world by exploring dig sites, discover artifacts, and sabotaging your enemies. There’s also mummies tossed into the mix to block your path to success. Each player will get their own archeologist and mummy, and take will take turns laying tiles and moving their pieces.

Since this game is part of the Drawn & Quartered series it can expand other titles previously released, Pirates, Ninjas, Robots & Zombies and Graveyards, Ghosts & Haunted Houses.

This Belongs in a Museum will arrive on April 5th and will retail for $24.99.

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Releasing December of this year, Element is a strategy game for 2-4 players where each player is trying to surround their opponent’s Sage using Element stones. Each element has unique properties to block opponents in different ways, and elements on the board can  be changed into different elements using a Rule of Replacement. Learning the strategies behind each element type, and when to replace or sacrifice stones, is the key to victory.

Elements will retail for $34.99, is for 2-4 players, and plays in around 30 minutes.


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Paper Money

FunskoolApparently working toward an IPO, CMON Limited (also known as CoolMiniOrNot) has secured $5.3 million in a series A financing round through Quantum Asset Management of Singapore.

Toobeez, maker of eponymous construction toys, has signed a deal with the MRF Group of India, making the former exclusive distributor of Funskool brand products in the United States—puzzles, games, infant and preschool toys, and arts & crafts.

After a short 4 month effort with two stores, Toys “R” Us is calling it quits on Ireland.

Kalmbach Publishing of Wisconsin, which puts out the magazines Discover and Model Railroader, among others, is entering the game business with the purchase of Rather Dashing Games, publisher of Dwarven Miner and more. Rather Dashing’s Mike Richie and Grant Wilson will remain on to run the operation.

Burning Wheel Headquarters has taken over publishing duties for the Dungeon World roleplaying game. Designers Sage La Torra and Adam Koebel will continue to direct development of the game.

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