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This past week on the tabletop

18/08/2016 –24/09/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Who said you could only do certain things in certain systems? Battlefields & Warriors provided one scenario theme, and ways to run it in five different systems. Sometimes it’s not the tools, it’s the craftsman. The Guardian tells hobbyists everywhere that hobbies […]

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Creative Challenge underway

The Creative Challenge is well underway. Stages are going fast, so if you wanted to participate get into Greenlight Comics in Adelaide as soon as you can before they all run out. While you are there you can take a look at two of the entries from the last Creative Challenge, ‘On The Hunt’. Participants […]

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This past week on the tabletop

11/08/2016 –17/09/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Shipping company Hanjin files for bankrupt. And seems like it is taking a portion of the tabletop industry with it. Vice looks at the possibility of a 3D printed miniature future. In the darkness of the 41st millennium, there is only copyright […]

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Creative Challenge: Unreal Things Made Real

The Campaigner Creative Challenge is on again. This time hosted by Greenlight Comics in Adelaide, South Australia. This instalment the theme is “Unreal Things Made Real”. Stages are available to collect right now, and as always, participation is completely free. Just head into Greenlight Comics and tell them you want to take part in the Creative Challenge. […]

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This past week on the tabletop

04/08/2016 –10/09/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Table Tyrant Games revealed that it has become a division of Rule & Make. Co-owner of Table Tyrant Games, Dylan Shearer, talked about the development. Where one partnership starts, another falls. Fantasy Flight Games announced the end of their association with Games […]

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The Campaigner Issue 17 released today

Out today, The Campaigner Issue 17, for free download or print-on-demand. This issue features the steampunk strategy board game COGZ. Game designer Wesley Lamont talks about creating the game, and the challenge of making something simultaneously simple and complex. We also chat with Eran Aviram and Aviv Or, creators of the webcomic Up to Four Players. […]

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This past week on the tabletop

28/08/2016 – 03/09/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Maps are an under-rated art form. This week Cartographers Guild talked to famous fantasy map maker Mike Schley. I’m not sure if they got more than they bargained for. Over on GeekDad, Rob Huddleston, Preston Burt and Jonathan Liu recount their […]

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Dice Hard talks The Martian

The latest episode of Dice Hard came out yesterday. In it hosts Alex and Sam are joined by The Campaigner’s editor Matthew Lee as they attempt to turn The Martian into tabletop game gold. You can download the episode from the Video Shop Podcast website, or from services such as iTunes.

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This past week on the tabletop

21/08/2016 – 27/08/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Dare Games Oz begin a Plumfund for its game Mecha Strike Arena. I have never seen a game company use Plumfund before. It’s an interesting idea, and I hope it works out for them. Alternatively, you can support the game on […]

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This past week on the tabletop

14/08/2016 – 20/08/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? It’s a pirate’s life! DDO Players interviews Lead Designer Mike Tunez from Firelock Games about Blood & Plunder. Can you drink a potion underwater? One man attempted to find out. I personally find the Masters of the Universe world fascinating, with […]