For centuries board games have been the premiere form of entertainment, trumped only by pretty much everything else imaginable. Even though there are more enjoyable pursuits out there, board games have remained a popular attraction, probably due to the nostalgia factor. In an attempt to revitalize the failing board game industry, which is losing billions a year, I tasked the Something Awful Forum Goons with creating new board games, as well as updating old classics. What you see this week, and next week as well, are the future of board gaming. Get ready!

Rustie has some kind of communist game where everyone comes out a loser.

letthereberock thinks bigger than all of us. One day we'll understand, one day.

darthphunk usually only sticks his fist in gopher holes and I'm not even going to explain why because this comment was incredibly poorly thought out.

Basilisk is playing us all for fools.

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