Posts Tagged ‘Kickstarter’

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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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One week of Entropy

Kickstarter are running a special ‘All In 1’ event, and Rule & Make are participating. You have less than a week to get on board with Entropy. To keep with the theme of one, the campaign has one pledge tier, one stretch goal, one rate for shipping, a one vs many game mode, and it […]

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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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Issue 19 released today

Are you hungry? Issue 19 of The Campaigner may just quell that hunger. This issue we feature Phil Walker-Harding’s hit game Sushi Go! He talks about where the idea came from, and how it went from crowdfunding to be published by Gamewright. For over a decade Bruno Cathala has been responsible for many enjoyable games. The game […]

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The Brigade preview

Building a town around the volatile pyromancer university wasn’t such a good idea. Who would have thought it? Now fires are burning all around the city. What’s worse is the Fire Chief has gone missing! Though, this is a great time for an enterprising Warden to claim the top job. After they have put out […]

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Daimyo’s Fall preview

Tragically and suddenly, the Daimyo of Yamashiro has died. Then mysteriously, the males of the land disappeared soon afterward. The daimyo’s palace lies deserted, his treasure unclaimed. Locals dream of the Daimyo, who tells them that they have until the last flower falls from the palace cherry tree to claim rulership of the land. Can […]

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Alex Wynnter talks about The Brigade

Ever wanted to fight fires and save the town? Red Genie Games is currently putting the finishing touches onto The Brigade, a game where players command crews as they rush about the city extinguishing fires. Editor of The Campaigner, Matthew Lee, talked to one of the games designers, Alex Wynnter, about The Brigade, the Red […]

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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 […]