Posts Tagged ‘Cards Against Humanity’

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This past week on the tabletop

09/07/2017 – 15/07/2017 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? It seems there is a new instalment into the Dead of Winter universe coming soon. Strange packages have been arriving, and there is a Raxxon website live. Card Against Humanity are once again pushing the envelope of what they can get […]

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This past week on the tabletop

26/03/2017 – 01/04/2017 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Cards Against Humanity co-creator Max Temkin is at it again. This time, he is vowing to buy the browser history of all Us congressmen and congressional aides. Games Workshops home has, famously, always been located in Nottingham. Have you ever wondered […]

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This past week on the tabletop

19/02/2016 – 25/02/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? It’s a subject which rears its head quite regularly. Nor over on Volomir talked about some of the reasons why miniature copies need to be avoided. I’m Batman. DC is trying its hand at utilising its properties in the tabletop arena. […]

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This past week on the tabletop

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 […]

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This past week on the tabletop

27/03/2016 –02/04/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? More than 26,000 Playmodil figures are used to create a war diorama. It was the first of April, and so the April Fools jokes flew. Most were pretty lacklustre, though this jape from ThinkGeek actually looks like it would be workable. We […]

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This past week on the tabletop

29/11/2015 – 05/12/2015 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Cards Against Humanity released a handy list of what they spent the USD$71,145 they made during the Black Friday sale on. I don’t know if it is showing my age, but Kevin’s purchase of a supreme queen sized bed met with […]

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This past week on the tabletop

22/11/2015 – 28/11/2015 What happened in the world of tabetop over the last week? Burger Up cemented its success with an article on Kotaku. The Kickstarter finished up on 23 November, pulling in AUD$46,810 in pledges from 941 backers. This was well above the AUD$9,500 goal. Al Caynes talks with Kim Brebach and Jamie Lawrence […]

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Games for beginners

As you probably know, International TableTop Day is fast approaching. Geek & Sundry have a great list of ten games for tabletop beginners. But obviously, there are many more. Here are five additional entries that I often use as introductions to modern tabletop games. Sushi Go! This game is great for large groups of beginners. […]

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A very tabletop Christmas

The Campaigner hopes you had a very merry Christmas, and managed to pick up a few items for your tabletop. Myself, I scored a copy of Viticulture by Stonemaier Games, as well as High Command by Privateer Press. As Christmas Day ended things turned tabletop. My cousins, sister and myself broke out Cards Against Humanity. […]

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Tabletop games in the New York Times

The growth of tabletop games bought to life through crowdfunding sources like Kickstarter hasn’t gone unnoticed. Recently the New York Times ran an article on the growing popularity of tabletop games, using two games Cards Against Humanity and Robot Turtles as examples. For those of us entrenched in tabletop games, this is something we have […]