Over the past week or so, various publishers have announced several upcoming board games. To save your time, I have collected the news in one place. I’ll save the preamble for another time and just get to the good stuff!

Fearless Battle for Britain

The Unstoppable: Battle of Britain

Undaunted, created by Osprey Games, is the latest installment in their hit Undaunted series. This award-winning deck building game hit the scene with Undaunted: Normandy. This was followed by Undaunted: North Africa, which took place in a new theater of war (and added vehicles!). Then Fearless: Reinforcement added the much requested solo pack (and expansions for the first two games). Last year we released the first campaign Unstoppable: Stalingrad (winner of our award for The best card game of 2022). Well, it looks like designers David Thompson and Trevor Benjamin aren’t done yet, as Osprey Games today announced the upcoming release of Undaunted: Battle of Britain. Once released this June, you’ll be able to take to the skies and battle your rival.

“The Korean Air Force takes on the Luftwaffe in this two-player air combat game of World War II.

Undaunted: Battle of Britain is a standalone game in the Undaunted series that adapts the core gameplay of the previous games to recreate dynamic aerial combat. Keep your pilots united, avoid anti-aircraft artillery and use talented aces to win the battle for the skies!”

You can pre-order it here on the Osprey website for £40.00.

Good omens

Good signs are an unspeakable game

Publisher Renegade Games, no stranger to licensed games, has announced a new IP that they’ve created a game based on. In partnership with Amazon, they will release Good Omens: An Ineffable Game. Based on the Amazon TV series, which incidentally is based on the book itself, hits stores on June 5th.

“In Good Omens: An Ineffable Game, players will turn to characters both loved and hated to defeat the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, battle Heaven, defeat Hell, and even prevent Armageddon. The fighting games are easy to learn but have challenges for any group, and each theme focuses on the confrontations that take place at the end of Season 1 of Good Omens.

Renegade will be creating three versions of Good Omens: An Ineffable Game, each with its own unique box art and bonus items, but all with the same great gameplay! The Amazon exclusive version will include 12 foil versions of the game’s character cards. The Barnes & Noble exclusive version includes a Heaven & Hell themed Good Omens black and silver embroidered dice bag, and the Hobby Market exclusive version includes an Agnes Nutter Book of Prophecies themed dice bag in luxurious green with gold embroidery.”

At first glance, the gameplay looks like a cooperative battle using cards and dice. All have an MSRP of $25. You can pre-order it here on the Renegade website.

Ride Berlin ticket

Travel ticket: Berlin

I’d be shocked if you haven’t heard of the Ticket to Ride series by now. Alan Moon’s Train debuted in 2004, sold millions of copies, and spawned countless expansions. In 2018, he brought us then Ticket for a trip: New York, which turned an already easy game into a quick 15-minute game. Then followed Ticket to Ride: London with similar gameplay. The next in the series will appear this September in the form of Ticket to Ride: Berlin.

“In this fast-paced Ticket to Ride® game, players compete to visit the city’s most famous attractions by making efficient use of the various modes of transportation available in the German capital.

Exclusive to Ticket to Ride Berlin, the new twist on the rules introduces two different types of pieces – trams and subways – offering a new and exciting challenge for both beginners and experienced players.”

You can pre-order it here on the Asmodee website for $24.99.


Marvel Champions: Angel

Last week saw the announcement of the newest set of characters for Fantasy Flight Games’ Marvel Champions live card game. Warren Worthington III, better known as Angel (and later Archangel), will give players a third hero that has three different forms to choose from (and uses a large folding card). The first two: Ant-Man and the Wasp.

With Angel you can transform from his alter ego Warren to Angel as well as Archangel. As you’d expect, Angel has a lot of Arial-evoking abilities. It comes with a pre-built Protection deck and will be released in September alongside Psylocke.

You can pre-order it here on the Asmodee website for $16.99.

Star Wars Unlimited

First look at Star Wars: Unlimited

Staying with Fantasy Flight Games, they recently announced a new trading card game called Star Wars: Unlimited. Until now, little was known about this card game. The goal of the game is very similar to them Star Wars: Deck Building Game., is to destroy your opponent’s base before they destroy yours. From the release:

“Each round consists of you and your opponent alternating back and forth, performing one action per turn. Almost everything you do in the game is an action, like playing a card, attacking a unit, activating an ability, etc. Deciding which action to use at any given time is an important part of the game’s strategy, and since your opponent can potentially respond with actions to any of your actions, each round is dynamic and unpredictable!”

Since then, they have gathered a little more information about themselves Star Wars Unlimited website. Go there if you want to get some gameplay basics as well as an organized game.

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