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 Workshop. You have just five months to snap up any of the Fantasy Flight titles based on Games Workshop properties.
PAX West was earlier in the week, where Acquisitions Incorporated played on a massive giant’s sky castle. Ryan Hiller from GeekDad talked to Mat Smith of Czarofhappiness Props, creator of the impressive terrain pieces.
Terry Masson was guest contributor on Lost Hemisphere, where he talks about what inspired him to start creating Mecha Strike Arena, as well as his plans for the game.
Neon Dystopia chatted to the creator of Cyberpunk 2020, Mike Pondsmith.
With Burger Up successfully completed Rule & Make detailed some of the lessons they learnt around the game and its crowdfunding campaign.
D1DLC went analogue, and visited The Hungry Hippo Board Game Cafe in Adelaide.
Some of the new Kickstarters from this week:
- Greenskin Wars
- Cretacea: The game of gargantuan survival
- Vampires & Villagers: The Curse of Christoph
- Pixie Queen
- Board Game Bowls
- Brides & Bribes
- Adorable Monsters
- Bethel Woods
- 30mm Female Pirates
- Under My Bed – A Pay What You Want Bluffing Microgame
This is not an endorsement of any of these games, creators or Kickstarter campaigns.
Tags: Acquisitions Incorporated, Burger Up, crowdfunding, Cyberpunk 2020, Czarofhappiness Props, D1DLC, Dylan Shearer, Fantasy Flight Games, Games Workshop, GeekDad, Kickstarter, Lost Hemisphere, Mat Smith, Mecha Strike Arena, Mike Pondsmith, Neon Dystopia, PAX West, Rule & Make, Ryan Hiller, Table Tyrant Games, Terry Masson, The Hungry Hippo