Hey Tabletopians,

We added so many new games for you in February: hot Kickstarter projects, beloved classics, rare gems. Have you played them all?

New Great Games!

 +20 new games were added to the catalog during February, here are some titles that we recommend:

Survive: Escape from Atlantis! is a classic cutthroat game where players seek to evacuate their pieces from an island that starts to sink.

Vast: The Crystal Caverns is an asymmentric adventure game where you become the brave Knight, Goblin horde, massive Dragon, malevolent Cave, or cunning Thief. 

Hexpanse is a fast, hexagon based tactical board game of planetary conquest.


See all 370+ games in our catalog >>

Personal Game Coaching on Tabletopia


In February we also introduced a new service on Tabletopia: private gaming lessons with our game coaches.

With this service you will be able to choose any game from the catalog, specify convenient time and invite your friends to a private gaming party!

Read more for details.


Dev News

Some of the most important tweaks and features added this February include:
  • Improved access to rules on the game page, added list of setups. Now you can see all available setups before starting the game.
  • Country and city selection in player profile made easier.
  • Added Korea and India regions to game servers to reduce ping, improve response and stability for players from these regions.
  • Magnetic map support added for decks/stacks.
  • When players place dice into bags, their upper side is now kept. Also, when drawing dice from a bag at the start of a game, they now appear randomized, which is important while playing such games as Roll Player.
  • And many other small improvements of stability and performance made and bugs fixed.

Tabletopia Around the World

Something to watch:

A series of letsplays made by Playing Board Games of various games featured on TT:

Something to read:

review of Tabletopia from Victor Gannon Games: “This system could become phenomenal due to the detail Tabletopia put into these digital sandbox recreations. Overall Tabletopia is a well-polished system that’s enjoyable to play.”



Happy gaming, and see you in March on Tabletopia!