These are the biggest board games and TTRPGs coming out in spring 2021 - Polygon
Apr 15, 2021 2 mins, 30 secs

My personal picks include Brew, a bright and lovely new game from Pandasaurus, and Rocketmen, a game about the space race by the prolific Martin Wallace.

Remember that you can pick up just about everything listed below at your friendly local game store as well as online.

No, it’s not a game about making beer or pouring coffee.

There’s bound to be something here for everyone in your board game group.

Pegasus Spiele has tapped artist John Kovalic (Dork Tower, Munchkin) for its latest: a game called Doodle Dungeon.

Bear in mind that fans who are interested in the special collector’s edition cover — featuring a metallic finish and unique art of Ezmerelda d’Avenir — can only get one from their friendly local game store.

Modiphius already has a successful miniatures game set in the Fallout universe; it’s called Fallout: Wasteland Warfare?

That game has a stand-alone expansion, a TTRPG called Fallout: Wasteland Warfare Roleplaying Game.

It’s called Fallout: The Roleplaying Game, and it’s actually quite good.

You might remember it from that wild three-dimensional World War II submarine game, U-Boat: The Board Game, which raised close to $750,000 on Kickstarter in 2018.

The Initiative is the latest game from prolific designer Corey Konieczka (Star Wars: Rebellion, Battlestar Galactica: The Board Game).

On the surface it’s a simple little game about code breaking, themed like a found object that some kids picked up at a garage sale.

Launched at Gen Con in 2018, Keyforge is a bold new collectible card game designed with the help of Magic: The Gathering creator Richard Garfield.

It’s billed as the world’s first Unique Card Game, and it more than lives up to the name.

The latest from Stonemaier Games (Scythe, Wingspan), Red Rising is a strategy board game based on the science fiction novels by Pierce Brown.

Red Rising is a hand-management, combo-building game for 1-6 players (45-60 minute playing time).

The game is currently available in a digital format via Tabletopia, where you can give it a try for free.

It’s the latest effort by prolific game designer Martin Wallace, perhaps best known for his strategy titles like A Few Acres of Snow and Brass: Birmingham.

This time, he’s turned his attention to the space race with a competitive deck-building game for one to four players.

To bolster the product line, it’s releasing a new version of its most popular game to date: Summoner Wars.

This novel card-based tactical skirmish game is a lot of fun for two players, and it’s been refreshed with all-new art from Martin Abel and Madison Johnson!

Set in the world of Warhammer Fantasy, it might just be the most lavish boxed set that the company has released in years — which is why it’s completely sold out just about everywhere, including at the Games Workshop store

You’ll likely find copies at your friendly local game store, but be advised that the retail set is in very short supply

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