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  • Elder Gods – a boardgame set in the roaring twenties in the heart of the mythos of H P Lovecraft. Players compete for characters, initiative and locations across the New England landscape.
  • Go Extinct! Go Fish… evolved – A fresh take on an old classic — now use SCIENCE to topple your opponents! Featuring fast-paced strategic gameplay and original art.



More Fun Stuff

  • Cover Reveal: The Witch With No Name by Kim Harrison
  • Here’s the heartwarming story of a dying woman who is given the chance to travel one more time, thanks to the Oculus Rift, a virtual reality headset intended for playing video games: “…since she had trouble getting around and being mobile, one of her dying wishes was to go outside in her own yard — but her granddaughter, Priscilla, went even further and got an Oculus Rift headset so that her grandmother could virtually travel to places like Italy.”
  • Read the comic adaptation of Freeforall by Margaret Atwood at The Guardian.
  • Watch the trailer for the new Michael Bay-produced TV series The Last Ship has a new extended trailer. The series follows the Navy destroyer USS Nathan James, which avoids falling victim to the disease that is devastating Earth. Now Captain Tom Chandler (Eric Dane) and his crew must confront the reality of a new existence in a world with few remaining survivors.
  • Watch the trailer for the Japanese film Jellyfish Eyes, a sci-fi fantasy adventure.
  • You can now own your very own pair of Star Trek Spock Ears Socks.
  • Watch the trailer for the new Damon Lindelof-produced HBO show The Leftovers. It’s an adaptation of Tom Perrotta’s book, which follows people living in the aftermath of a Rapture-like phenomenon.
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