Google builds AI capable of beating the best Go players

Computers beating humans at chess is old news — hell, it happens to me every day — but the Chinese board game Go is infinitely more complex, which makes today’s news out of Google’s AI…

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Iron Kingdoms board game Widower’s Wood hits Kickstarter in February

Privateer Press are launching their first ever Kickstarter with Widower’s Wood, a board game based on the Iron Kingdoms Adventures due to launch on February 16. Designed by William “Oz” Schoonover, Widower’s Wood is a…

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Star Wars: Rebellion board game announced by Fantasy Flight

FFG are milking their Star Wars license for all it’s worth, announcing an all-new board game for release in Q1 2016 called Rebellion (not to be confused with their role-playing game, Star Wars: Age of…

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Ragnaroll is a dice-driven game of Viking battles, looking for your help on Kickstarter

Here at Ten Copper we are of course doing our best to support local Australian tabletop development, and that’s why we’re here to let you know about Brisbane-based End Game Games, who are doing their…

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Eldritch Horror heads to Egypt with Under the Pyramids expansion

The pesky Dark Pharaoh is on the rise in Egypt, and that means it’s time for a seasoned team of investigators to head to Cairo and punch some Ancient Ones back where they came from…

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Mafia: Vendetta arriving soon – bring your friends over and stab them to death

Fantasy Flight Games announce that the party game of Mafia: Vendetta will be releasing this year, following its first-ever translation into English. Mafia: Vendetta is a game of suspicion, intrigue and bluffing in which 7-17…

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DreadBall Season 5 now available to pre-order at Mantic

Lovers of Mantic’s futuristic football game will want to check out the new Season, which brings teams of football-playing robots to the field for the first time. The Ro-Tek Brutes Mechanites have rules that allow…

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Games Workshop’s 1988 ‘Dark Future’ boardgame returning as a video game

Very few people reading this site today will know of Dark Future, a board game released by Games Workshop back in 1988 that has absolutely nothing to do with Space Marines, Orks, or psychic monsters…

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Carson City board game to return with whole new expansion

If you’ve ever heard good things about the board game Carson City but been unable to get a hand on it, fret no longer — this long out-of-print game is coming back. Developer Quined Games plans to…

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Second edition of Neil Gaiman’s A Study in Emerald revealed

Treefrog Games have announced the second edition of A Study In Emerald, the board game based on the short story by Neil Gaiman that brings the worlds of Sherlock Holmes and Cthulhu together. This new second…

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Eldritch Horror to receive new ‘Strange Remnants’ expansion

It’s time to track down the Easter Island Heads and punch them right in the face with the upcoming release of Strange Remnants, a new expansion for Eldritch Horror. In Strange Remnants, you’ll be fighting against no particular great old…

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D&D 5E represents ‘a new spirit of collaboration’: We speak to Mike Mearls

We talk the DMs guild, D&D movies, and more.

Syrinscape creator: ‘we need having audio at your table to be the normal thing to do’

Ben Loomes wants everyone to bring sound to their tabletop.

Magic: The Gathering – Learn what your advantages are, and how to maximise them

We show you how to break MTG down into a game of statistics.

Blood Bowl, Epic, Necromunda and more coming back: GW relaunches Specialist Games

Plus: changes to Lord of the Rings.

Meet the man who hates Age of Sigmar so much that he set his Warhammer army on fire

$600 worth of melted plastic later, John regrets nothing.

Dungeons & Dragon’s launch trailer for Rage of Demons brings drow and demons to life

Quite the horror-movie-trailer vibe, too.