Archive for January, 2018

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This past week on the tabletop

14/01/2018 – 20/01/2018 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Life imitates art in the continuing sage of T2029? Much like Judgement Day itself, the game isn’t gone, just postponed. It will be back. Hopefully. Sex and drugs and… Uno? Some music fans just couldn’t control that tabletop demon, and had […]

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AuZtralia – preview

In the outback of Australia terror lurks. Ancient otherworldly beings have made it their home, escaping the onslaught of humanity to regain their strength. They have had their rest, and as mankind pushes into the heart of the country, their vengeance shall be unleashed. AuZtralia is a resource management game with economic and military aspects. […]

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This past week on the tabletop

07/01/2018 – 13/01/2018 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Don’t have painted miniatures in your army? Scale Creep wants to know why you insist on upsetting H.G. Wells. Keen to show your mettle? UK Games Expo will again host the Fantasy Flight European Championships. Who would have thought a silly […]

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Hand of Fate 2 – Review

The game of life and death is back, but under the control of a new Dealer. Evil must again be overcome, and a new deck built to propel the hero’s quest forward. Can you master the deck, beat the game and complete your mission? Or will you fall before the hand of fate? Hand of […]

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This past week on the tabletop

31/12/2017 – 06/01/2018 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? If you have seen some sombre faces, odds are they are Game of Thrones fans. Winter may be coming, but a new seasons sure isn’t. Where to now for the Imperium of Man, and the rest of the universe. Stable Abe […]

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2018 Issue Advert Rates and Specs

With the relaunch well on its way, and a new year started, you will begin to see some changes and additions to The Campaigner. First up, our new advert specs. If you are familiar with The Campaigner’s previous advert choices then you won’t be surprised to see the return of the Single Page and Double […]