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25 Board Games to Buy Right Now: New Releases & Restocks – Board Game Buyer’s Guide

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Top Board Game Releases & Restocks This Month – Board Game Buyer’s Guide!
25 Best Board Games You Can Get RIGHT NOW! The sheer number of board games released each month can be overwhelming. That’s why (of the hundreds of new board games, card games and accessories released this month) we’ve assembled a list of “best bets”, games that caught MY attention, and a few wildcards to suggest – in this month’s Board Game Buyer’s Guide.

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Abandon All Artichokes:
Arnak – Expedition Leaders:
Battle Line:
Caesar’s Empire:
Cape May:
Counter Attack Football:
Disney Codenames:
Disney Monopoly Villains:
Disney Sidekicks:
Disney Villainous:
Dune House Secrets:
Galaxy Trucker:
High Society:
Marvel Spendor:
Marvel Villainous:
Moon Adventure:
New York Zoo:
Plankton Rising:
Risk – Game Of Thrones:
Schitt’s Creek:
Sleeping Gods:
Soldier’s In Postmen’s Uniforms:
Space Corp 2025-2300AD:
Star Wars X-Wing:
Uncle Wiggily:
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00:00 Intro
00:37Eye Catching Games (part 1)
05:12 Battle Bosses (sponsor)
06:11 Eye Catching Games (part 2)
11:18 What’s In Store
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18:28 Card Game Shuffle
21:33 Best Bets

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  1. I found Imperium Classics AND Legends on the shelves at my local Barnes and Noble!

  2. hi there! I made Welcome to Sysifus Corp. Thanks so much for including me in your list 😀 😀 😀

  3. Another Great BBBG Chaz. I love how I know about almost none of the games you highlight, it keeps me both informed and on my toes!

  4. Caesars Empire sounds a lot like Ticket To Ride, but smaller?

  5. I am amazed that board games are so much cheaper in the USA and other countries compared to the UK.
    Have hundreds of board games and over the last two years I bought fewer than ever before. Three weeks ago I bought ten games that cost on average £47 each and when I compared the prices , they were 38% more expensive than abroad.
    True, a huge online store takes advantage and is far more expensive than a known games store but still more than abroad.
    To be honest, I have decided to stop buying from the ' smiling arrow ' 😉 and become more selective and buy from the games store.
    Anyway, have a l
    ot of games that are still cellophane wrapped from a few years back 😯
    Kind regards from the UK.

  6. Great show! Thank you so much for including Kleos. : )

  7. Bring back the component proponent. I know he’s still there.

  8. I'm glad that old intro music wasn't officially retired and is still being used!

  9. It has been about 35 years since I last played Uncle Wiggly. It had a deck of cards that you drew from which gave you some limited choices in regards to movement. Move ahead 3 was just that, no choice, but Go to space 100 offered something like "or go back 3 spaces and lose a turn." I remember playing it a lot with my grandpa and I thought about buying it for my son after his mother and I got married, a couple of years before I got into hobby games. Aside from that little nugget on how movement worked and the fact that the blue rabbit was always my piece, I don't remember much about it.

  10. Factory 42's premise made me laugh out loud… so farfetched.

  11. Uncle Wiggly was my favorite game as a child – 55 years ago!

  12. Thank you for putting Caesar's Empire on the list! We really appreciate it 🙂

  13. My B&N had Galaxy Trucker in the kids section, haha.

  14. Disney Sidekicks has a difficulty of 5/5 😅
    Very hard to beat😅

  15. Nice video but more important well done for referring to football properly and not using the word soccer!!!! Hats off!

  16. Something like drawghi dough jim u.

  17. Very excited for that Arnak expansion! Looks like so much content!

  18. Wow Chaz speak Polish is always fun to listen xD

  19. I would love to see Chaz take a deep dive into the game Uncle Wiggily and other classic and retro games. It would be fun to learn more about the history of board games, and I think it would be a great change of pace to what we usually see from the board gaming community here on YouTube. Awsome job as always 😄 I will definitely be on the lookout for some of these hidden gems.

  20. Speaking of Disney villainous, I heard that this March, the 5th expansion is going to be released featuring Sindrome, Lotso, and Madame Mim

  21. Quick and informative presentation, good job!

  22. So many great games! 😍Thanks for highlighting CODENAMES: Disney Family Edition, RISK: Game of Thrones, as well as Plankton and Thanos RISING! 💙

  23. Three items, good sir:
    1) Snagged the Unmatched Deadpool pack at B&N this weekend, only place I've ever seen it (hilarious deck, recommended).
    2) Abandon All Artichokes is surprisingly fun, not the mass market garbage i was expecting.
    3) Uncle Wiggly is obviously prime pickins for the next Table For One: just send it to Paula and tell her they sponsored a playthrough (just don't specify who "they" are or what "sponsored" entails).

    Great show!

  24. Thanks for the great video. I have to say Cape May looks intriguing.

  25. I used to play Uncle Wiggily at my grandparent's house when I was kid. Lots of nostalgia there and would love to see a playthrough or look through it again since I'm sure we never played it with the right rules.

  26. My grandmother had a copy of that Uncle Wigly game, and I do remember enjoying it when I was little. She also had tiddlywinks.

  27. I’ve always gone to Barnes and noble for hidden gems. They also have crazy markdowns when games aren’t selling and have scored some awesome deals!

  28. I, for one, love Chaz original puns and jokes, at least some of them, but I won't say which ones. Also, you are so right about Targi, I don't play 2 player games in person anymore but I still own 3. Targi, Tash Kalar, and Star Realms (have 3000 games played in the app).

  29. Do you folks do a "Top Kickstarter Games" series (or just crowdfunded in general, like IndiGogo, etc)? Instead of having them mixed in with others in a "Top 10 Of The Month", actually have a series that focuses on crowdfunded only (current and upcoming). I would be extremely interested in that, there are several games I had no idea about that I missed the Kickstarter for.

  30. Excellent as always Chaz, keep up the great work 🙂

  31. Woohoo! The only thing I remember from Greek Classics in college is the word “Kleos” !!! (Clay-Ahs)

  32. the janitor from scrubs? I know him as the dad in the middle!

  33. Solid list. Missing Fossilis though. 😄Clearly I'm biased. But it's finally back in stock with the 2nd printing!

  34. Great video! This series of videos is so helpful.

  35. I've got Crayne and it's a pretty interesting deck builder. Works best at 1 or 2 players, IMO. Love high society and some of the late game decisions

  36. I was telling someone about The Great Wall and they were like "yeah, I think I've seen that at Barnes and Noble." I just smiled and said, yeah maybe.

  37. Thank you for this video, because Ignacy told me to. 😁

  38. I've played both Marvel and Disney Villainous games. I think I would recommend the Marvel variant. It's very similar but it definitely has a "2nd edition" feel to it where the mechanics are cleaned up a bit and just makes for a more enjoyable experience overall.

  39. An, the memories of Uncle Wiggly! I’m 69, (don’t discount me because I’m old. I’m currently a DM for D&D and a player in the “Aliens: RPG. Gamer forever!) and I had Uncle Wiggly whenI was a kid, probably around 1958. I had fun playing it and that artwork show in the video looks awfully familiar. Thanks for the memory….now, back to Gloomhaven!

  40. I wish I could find Sleeping Gods for that price. Every time I look it’s either out of stock or well over $100. 😩

  41. I had an Uncle Wiggly game with plastic rabbits when I was little and I loved it so much. I'd just like to thank all the adults who played with me so many times, because what a chore that must have been.

  42. I have a weakness for card games…please continue that segment. O.O

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