05/02/2016 – 11/02/2016
What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week?
Let it go, let it goooo! Portal Games has its PayPal account frozen just after finalising pre-orders for First Martians: Adventures On The Red Planet.
Someone has changed the rules. Privateer Press release their first ‘dynamic update‘ for Warmachine and Hordes.
A study suggests that regular playing of tabletop games may have benefits in staving off certain illnesses. Does that mean my game cupboard is classed as medical supplies?
The Super Bowl is a chance for companies to get their adverts in front of millions of people. Cards Against Humanity nailed it by not nailing it.
My mum said I could be anything I wanted. Three tabletop professionals talk about the realities of getting, and keeping, a job in the tabletop industry.
Some of the new Kickstarters from this week:
- Shifting Realms by Soaring Rhino Inc.
- Nocturn the Boardgame
- Eiffel Extravaganza – Paris 1896
- Stop, Collaborate & Listen: Made by You. Played by the World
- Cypress Legacy The Board Game
- Mr. Fossil’s Dino Farm
- DARK AGENT : An innovative spy boardgame for 1 to 6 players
- Kev Adams / Tim Prow Oldhammer Goblin Miniatures
- Rabbit Island: Explore, Build, Conquer!
- Orc and Goblin Miniatures: From Digital Sculpture to Reality
- Dogs Board Game
This is not an endorsement of any of these games, creators or Kickstarter campaigns.
Tags: Cards Against Humanity, crowdfunding, First Martians: Adventures On The Red Planet, Hordes, Jeff Bourbeau, JR Honeycutt, Kickstarter, Matt Fantastic, PayPal, Portal Games, Privateer Press, Role Playing Public Radio, RPPR, Super Bowl, Warmachine