Welcome to SCIU #63, for the weeks of June 15th – June 28th.

This week the following new titles were announced:

The Little Prince: Rising to the StarsThe Little Prince: Rising to the Stars – With an animated movie around the corner, Asmodee is getting in on the action by releasing this family friendly, casual game also based on the hit childrens book. Players will have to pilot their plane to a number of tiny worlds, collecting stars and stories on their way to visit the Little Prince. 2-6 players as young as 6 years old can enjoy in the fun.

Tiny Epic GalaxiesGame Salute is releasing this sci-fi themed 4X game based on the highly successful Tiny Epic Kingdoms. Being a 4X game it revolves around the ideas of eXpand, eXplore, eXploit, and eXterminate. 1-5 players will battle each other in this tiny microgame in around 30mins. Ages 14+.

Fantasy AGE & Titansgrave – If you are anything like us you’ve been hitting refresh on the Geek and Sundry webpage every Tuesday waiting for the next release of Titansgrave: The Ashes of Valkana. Well now Green Ronin has shared details on it’s upcoming Fantasy AGE and it’s first setting Titansgrave, which is due in August this year. It includes work by award-winning RPG writers, including Keith Baker, Matt Forbeck, Nicole Lindroos, Chris Pramas, Robert J. Schwalb, Mike Selinker, Ray Winninger, and of course Wil Wheaton.

Smash Up: Munchkin – In one of the most awesome collaborations ever, Alderac Entertainment Group and Steve Jackson Games team up to bring us Smash Up: Munchkin. The game features theme art as well as two new card types: monsters and treasure cards. Each create a separate new deck which players draw from when instructed. Release is set for Gen Con this year. Designed for 2-4 players and ages 12+.Smash Up: Munchkin

In other news:

Sony announced that the next Spiderman, who will appear in Civil War and the next standalone spidey movie, is to be played by 19 year old Tom Holland.

Three months to go before the premier of NBC‘s Heroes Reborn, in the mean time here is the first trailer for returning drama. Look out for the appearance of Hiro!

The second trailer for Blue Sky Studio‘s Peanuts animated movie has been released. It looks set to attract a whole new audience to the franchise. Take a look here.