What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week?
Dungeons & Dragons player Miguel Zavala completes his project of designing and printing every monster in the Monster Manual Sourcebook. That is commitment.
Episode 5 of the Dice Hard podcast came out. This time they are discussing the second instalment of the Cornetto Trilogy, Hot Fuzz.
The Victory Pointers hosted another live video chat. And on May the 4th!
Issue 9 of the downloadable publication Game Nite was released. This issue they talk to some game designers, as well as look at the Magic: The Gathering documentary.
New Haven Register looks at the new business Happiness Lab/Elm City Games. It is owned and run by Trish Loter, Matt Loter and Vishal Patel. Many will know Matt as the game designer from Prettiest Princess Games, Matt Fantastic.
Games Workshop reveals the imminent arrival of Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower. Due for release 21 May, no one seems to know anything about it. I love the original Warhammer Quest, so I am both excited for and dreading what may come.
Some of the new Kickstarters from this week:
- The Dangerous Sea
- FormBox: A Desktop Vacuum Former That Makes Beautiful Things
- The Warriors of Zurn Roleplay Game
- Battle Roads Miniatures by Mike Becnel Games
- Meeple Maker – aka Suit Up
- Threadbare RPG: A stitchpunk tabletop role-playing game
- INSTANT TERRAIN
- JUGGERNAUT Soundscapes by Darkraven Games Europe
- Detective Bullshit: The Card Game
- Sol: Last Days of a Star
This is not an endorsement of any of these games, creators or Kickstarter campaigns.
Tags: crowdfunding, Dice Hard, dungeons & dragons, Dungeons and Dragons, Elm City Games, Game Nite, Games Workshop, Happiness Lab, Hot Fuzz, Jamey Stegmaier, Kickstarter, Matt Fantastic, Miguel Zavala, Silver Tower, Stonemaier Games, Victory Pointers, Warhammer Quest, Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower