A mainstay in the field of research into analog games, the Board Game Studies Journal (BGSJ) just released its annual issue. BGSJ 14 (2020) contains the following seven articles:
- W.J.A. van Heeswijk: Donald Duck Holiday Game: A numerical analysis of a Game of the Goose role-playing variant
- Oliver Heyn: Wrested from Oblivion: General Ludwik Mierosławski’s Strategy Game Rediscovered
- Georgi Markov and Stefan Härtel: Turkish Great Chess and Chinese Whispers: Misadventures of a Chess Variant
- Erica Price: The Sellers of Catan: The Impact of the Settlers of Catan on the United States Leisure and Business Landscape, 1995-2019
- Maurice Suckling: Simulating Saratoga: How Saratoga-Themed Board Games Function as Experiential Historiography
- Zala Pavšič: Remembering Yugoslavia: Board Game Monopoly and Cultural Memory
- Thierry Depaulis: Board Games Before Ur?
Board Game Studies Journal (ISSN 2183-3311) is available online under open access. Since 2016, the journal has been published by de Gruyter via their platform Sciendo: https://content.sciendo.com/view/journals/bgs/bgs-overview.xml.
Issues 1-9 from 1998-2015 are available under http://bgsj.ludus-opuscula.org/.