In Paris: New Eden, the city has become a literal "urban jungle," as post-apocalyptic vegetation has overrun the structures. Players will need to gather and create a community of survivors to make the French capital come back to life in the new overgrown environment. The primary mechanics engine for Paris: New Eden revolves around dice because they allow players to acquire different types of survivors to help build up the community: tinkerers, brawlers, healers, sages, farmers, jacks-of-all-trades, or useless survivors.
Paris: New Eden will retail for $59.99.
Matagot released the dice drafting game Bahamas into the U.S. in June (see "Matagot Heads for 'Bahamas'").