Mayfair Games publishes a kids version of Settlers of Catan called, appropriately enough, Kids of Catan. Reviews of the game indicate its largely a game where everything is random with essentially zero strategy (which, of course, is also one of the criticisms that many people have of Settlers). Also a bit on the expensive sided at $49.
Looney Labs is releasing a Monty Python-themed version of their Fluxx card game in September. Since the rules and objectives of Fluxx are constantly changing within the game, that should be a pretty good fit with Monty Python.
Do You Worship Cthulhu? is a board game released by Toy Vault designed for 5-30 people. According to Toy Vault’s description of the game,
This fun party game for a group of 5-30 people to play, and the rules can be learned in less than 3 minutes. One person acts as moderator, overseeing a village of people, one (or more) of which are secretly Cthulhu worshippers! The worshippers begin sacrificing other villagers one by one. Deceive your friends and lie through your teeth while experiencing a truly unique game.
Privateer Press hasn’t bothered to update its Monsterpocalypse website, but it was showing off its kaiju collectible miniatures line at Toyfair. This photo was taken by the good folks at Action-Figure.Com. They’ve got an entire gallery of photos of the miniatures here.