• Issue 27 sneak peak

    Issue 27 sneak peak
  • This past week on the tabletop

    This past week on the tabletop
  • Issue 27 orders closing soon

    Issue 27 orders closing soon
  • Evolution (digital)

    Evolution (digital)
  • This past week on the tabletop

    This past week on the tabletop
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Issue 27 sneak peak

You have until February 24 to subscribe or pre-order and receive Issue 27. But what is on offer? Let’s take a look! Unfair game feature Hold onto your hats, you’re in for the ride of your life. We look at Unfair from Good Games Publishing, as the games designer Joel Finch talks about the games […]

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This past week on the tabletop

10/02/2019 – 16/02/2019 Image Source: Idaho Statesman What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Ninja Division has come under fire for failing to deliver a number of Kickstarter rewards. Idaho Statesman explored what is going on, and how those affected are reacting. Maker of vinyl toys, Funko, announced that it had […]

Review

Evolution (digital)

On an island, far from humans, animals are locked in a constant struggle of adaption and change. Can they live in harmony and peace, or will competition for food drive them to do the unthinkable? Evolution is a card game designed by Dominic Crapuchettes, Dmitry Knorre and Sergey Machin which was released in 2014 by North Star […]

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This past week on the tabletop

03/02/2019 – 09/02/2019 Image Source: Stronghold Games What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? It’s an impromptu all game design week! What does it take to be a full time game designer? Asger Harding Granerud talked about his first year of game design as a job. Meeple University released a chat […]

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Continuity Counts in Issue 26

Games aren’t just for fun, but can be used for education and training. We talk to Mary Ross-Davie from Royal College of Midwives about their new board game training tool Continuity Counts, and how it is being used to educate nurses across the UK. Read this article, and many more, in Issue 26 of The Campaigner. Get it now as digital […]

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Chris Avellone on RPGs

This article originally appeared in Issue 11 of The Campaigner, published in 2015. The issue is still available as digital download or in limited print stock. By Matthew Lee | Images Chris Avellone This issue The Campaigner talks to Chris Avellone from Obsidian Entertainment (since this interview he has left the company). He tells us […]

News

This past week on the tabletop

27/01/2019 – 02/02/2019 Image Source: Take Your Chits What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? It’s been doing the rounds, but just in case you missed it somehow. Board gamers sure say the darndest things. This is Cracked, so most of us know that their latest article isn’t intended as a […]

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G3 Gamers in Issue 26

In our inaugural entry into the Community Spotlight series we talk to those behind G3 Gamers in Scotland and discover what has made the group so successful. Read this article, and many more, in Issue 26 of The Campaigner. Get it now as digital download or in print while stocks last.

Review

Affectionate: Cats and Cuddles

How much do you like cats? Are you a cat person? If your answer to that question is a yes, then your enjoyment of Affectionate: Cats and Cuddles by Blue Heron Games will increase exponentially. Affectionate: Cats and Cuddles is a dice game for two to five players. It’s listed as being suitable for ages […]

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