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At Toy Fair, Asmodee was showing off upcoming games, including Mysterium, Dixit: Memories, Cardline Dinosaurs, and Miniscule.

Mysterium is a supernatural mystery game, where players take the role of journalists traveling to another dimension, who attempt to solve a murder.  The game incorporates elements of Clue and Dixit, according to Asmodee’s Dominic Roullier.  One of the players takes the role of the silent spirit of the murder victim, and attempts to help the other players by offering them hints with abstract art cards.  Players must determine the victim’s cause of death, location, and time of the murder.  The game is for 2-7 players.  The game is due in Q3 before Gen Con.  Tentative MSRP is $45.00.

Dixit: Memories is a "set of 110 cards that add value to existing Dixit releases," Roullier said.  It is planned for release shortly before Gen Con.

Cardline Dinosaurs is a new edition to the Cardline family of games.  Players must place the cards in their hand, which consist of 110 dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals, in order of either weight or age.  The game can be played by itself, or mixed with other Cardline animal series games.  The game is for 2-8 players, ages 7 and up, and plays in 15 minutes.  MSRP is $14.99.  Release is planned for Q3.

Miniscule is a family-friendly game aimed at younger players, based on a French-made children’s animated series.  Players use Move cards to race their bugs forward, trying to get the best ranking for their insects, and thus score the most points.  The game is for 2-6 players, ages 5 and up, and plays in 15 minutes.  MSRP is $14.99. Release is planned for Q2.