Archive for January, 2016

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This past week on the tabletop

24/01/2016 – 30/01/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Every tabletop gamer loves a good table. Webb Pickersgill explored some of the coolest gaming tables around. It appears Games Workshop is going to try and expand into toy and model stores. Bell of Lost Souls compiled some of the photos […]

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The Campaigner Survey 2015 Prize Winners

You may recall late last year we ran The Campaigner Survey 2015. The results have been collected, and ten random surveyees have been selected to win one of the fabulous prizes. Congratulations to those chosen, and thank you to everyone who participated. Keep an eye out for more competitions coming soon. The Campaigner Survey 2015 […]

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This past week on the tabletop

17/01/2016 – 23/01/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Ever wonder how those maps of cities and countries in roleplay books come into being? Over on LinkedIn illustrator Michael Tumey discussed the process he went through when creating the Kasai map for Paizo Publishing back in 2012. The article Kickstarter […]

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No Fish! Kickstarter is live

93 Made Games launched their Kickstarter for No Fish! today. It is already a third of the way to fully funding, and still has 38 days to go until it ends. No Fish! is a family cards game where players race to be the first to release all their fish. You can read a preview […]

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This past week on the tabletop

10/01/2016 – 16/01/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? The Daily Mini interviewed artist Joshua Smith about his new miniature artistic projects. Joshua is a world renowned stencil artist who has recently moved into the world of miniature sculptures. The Star published an interview with Professor Scott Nicholson, where he […]

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Free the dragons

For those interested in creating and selling Dungeons & Dragons content, things are starting to look up. Wizards of the Coast recently unveiled the Open-Gaming License (OGL) for Fifth Edition, as well as a website called Dungeon Masters Guild. Previously Wizards of the Coast have had an OGL system in place with D&D Third Edition. […]

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This past week on the tabletop

03/01/2016 – 09/01/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? If you are in the UK, Tor Gaming are looking for a Show Manager. The position includes managing show budget, stocks and banking. For those fans of Zombicide, Broken Token has released organisation sets. Grouped into Season 1, Season 2 and […]

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No Fish! – Preview

Being a fisherman, filling your boat with a catch is the best thing that can happen to you. That day is today. But it isn’t going to last. So many fish are now onboard that your poor vessel is beginning to sink! Your only hope is to get rid of all the fish before you […]

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Good Games Publishing Designer’s Meeting Cancon 2016

Are you a game designer? Have a game you need testing? Will you be at Cancon later this month? Then the Cancon Game Design Session might be for you. Good Games Publishing and Canberra Games Society are hosting a games design session at Cancon this year. The session will run from 6pm until 12pm on […]

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This past week on the tabletop

27/12/2015 – 02/01/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Hamish Sterling continues his Pocket Sports design diary. The Huffington Post reveals the shocking news… there are other card games apart from Cards Against Humanity! Game Designers Al Caynes and Sean Carroll unveil their new podcast, Meeples & Peoples. They start […]