What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week?
The Adelaide Tabletop Game Design group holds its April meeting. With six games on the day, this is the largest prototype day held yet.
Victory Pointers record a live chat. Prepare for in depth game talk and confused looks.
Miniature Wargaming The Movie provides an update on how the project is going.
Tabletop entertainment fop Wil Wheaton gives a sneak peak at the lineup of games for season four of his show, Tabletop.
Jamey Stegmaier talks about why Stonemaier Games isn’t using Kickstarter for its Token Trilogy resource tokens.
Retro Report talks to Luke Gygax, son of Dungeons & Dragons creator Gary Ggax, about growing up in a household ruled by the roleplay game. You notice in the video description they don’t give Luke’s name, just refer to him as “Gary Ggax’s son”? In the shadows of giants.
Website Button Shy is running a game design contest. The challenge is to design a game that uses limited cards and fits into a vinyl wallet. If that sounds like your idea of a good time, check it out.
Some of the new Kickstarters from this week:
- Storm the Bridge
- Loot Quest!
- Darklands: Mighty Monsters
- The Golfing Dead
- Super Hazard Quest
- Zombie Farkle Redux: A Dice Game to Die For…
- Cavern Tavern
- Vivarium – A wild strategy board game for 2-5 species.
- Dark Souls™ – The Board Game
- Blood and Plunder
- TOXICITY – I Am Zombie RPG
- The Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game
This is not an endorsement of any of these games, creators or Kickstarter campaigns.