Posts Tagged ‘crowdfunding’

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This past week on the tabletop

16/04/2017 – 22/04/2017 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Raiders, super mutants, ghoulified Chinese forces. Modiphius Entertainment revealed they will soon be releasing Fallout miniatures. Making a game isn’t just about creating some rules and getting it all manufactured. Adrienne Montgomerie from Copyediting looks at editors and their relationship with […]

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This past week on the tabletop

09/04/2017 – 15/04/2017 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Interested in Risk Legacy, but don’t have the time to take in a whole game? Warlocks Entertainment have the solution, with a time lapse video of their play through. Darwin Games released a print-and-play for their new game Eye for an […]

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This past week on the tabletop

02/04/2017 – 08/04/2017 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Are Cracked late to the party, or just reiterating the knowledge? Either way, contributor Chris gave us five reasons why board games are better now than in the 90s. Talk about Kickstarter eventually, inexorably, turns to whether big publishers using the […]

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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

19/03/2017 – 25/03/2017 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Australian games just keep popping up. TGDA took a look at some of the releases in 2016 in an informative video. Who doesn’t love a game? Or 10,000? No more getting the boot. Designer of COGZ, Wesley Lamont, appeared on ABC […]

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This past week on the tabletop

12/03/2017 – 18/03/2017 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Schooling the digital guys. Matt Leacock and Rob Daviau talk to attendees at the GDC 2017 about creating Pandemic Legacy. I can’t wait for the next James Bond film now. Ars Technica looked at the board games the CIA uses to […]

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This past week on the tabletop

05/03/2017 – 11/03/2017 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? The conscripts are released from duty. Privateer Press announce that it will be closing the Press Gang Program at the end of April. Medium takes a look at why tabletop games make a great mid-life crisis. I’m pretty sure my father […]

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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

12/02/2016 – 18/02/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Ironically, this kind of disagreement resolution engine would be helpful right about now. Marat over on ATGN takes a look at Mecha Strike Arena. Hasbro reveal that the thimble, and perhaps a slew of the other classic game pieces, won’t be […]

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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 […]