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- Copenhagen will be the next game of Queen Games, to be edited by Devir Iberia
Copenhagen will be the new title that the publisher Devir Iberia, will release in Spanish as the result of its agreement with Queen Games.
On this occasion, the publishing house has not thrown for the Great Classics but has gone to the novelty that this year will launch Queen Games. The start of this new game is scheduled for the 4th quarter of this year. Copenhagen is a board game designed by Asger Harding Garnered and Daniel Skjold Pedersen, which moves us to the city of the same name, where we will have to build the buildings that stay on the sides of the canal.
This is a family-friendly game that can be played in sets of 2 to 4 players with an approximate duration of 20 to 40 minutes. The game is based on a puzzle type that we can remember other titles such as Patchwork, Cottage Garden, etc., but uses the letters as a basis to go by performing the constructions.
- Monolith Arena, fighting in a fantasy world under the seal of fucking Games
Monolith Arena will become the first arena fighting game of the goddamn Games publishing house.
The renowned portal analysis palsy interviewed with Alamo (CEO of Cursed Games), who said that Monolith Arena would continue the alliance line with Portal Games. Monolith Arena is a combat arena game designed by Michał Oracz, which can be played in matches of 2 to 4 players, with a duration of approximately 30 to 45 minutes. The set includes four asymmetric features, each with its unique units and abilities.
The editorial has already advanced in an interview itself more Portal Games titles, which will continue the line marked by “Detective, a modern investigative game,” that you have your review in the following link.
- Deep Blue, The New Days of Wonder adventure for this year
Deep Blue is the new adventure that is “shipped” Days of Wonder. The well-known publishing house is already preparing its original title, which will be published in 2019.
Deep Blue is a family-friendly game in which, according to the publisher itself, they have been working for six years with designers Asger Harding Granerud and Daniel Skjold Pedersen.
A title designed for games of 2 to 5 players with a duration per set of 45 minutes, which will use push your luck mechanics and engine construction.
- Tiny Towns, Arrakis Games surprises with one of the most striking games of the year
Tiny Towns is the new jewel that Arrakis Games has just presented. This abstract cut Game Designed by Peter McPherson was raising high expectations and has already been confirmed for its release in Spanish.
The recognized portal Analysis Paralysis interviewed with the team of the publishing house, who had come with that Tiny Towns will become their new title.
Tiny Towns is an abstract and familiar game that proposes the construction of a city on a small 4×4 board. Under a card scheme, players will be accumulating resources that will allow them to build buildings that give points to their city. it is a game designed for games of 1 to 6 players, which is played in sets of 45 to 60 minutes’ duration.