What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week?
Shipping company Hanjin files for bankrupt. And seems like it is taking a portion of the tabletop industry with it.
Vice looks at the possibility of a 3D printed miniature future. In the darkness of the 41st millennium, there is only copyright infringement.
Shut Up and Sit Down may have accidentally let the cat out of the bag. Bad SU&SD! No ice cream for you!
Time to flex your cartography muscles. Geek & Sundry looks at some handy tools for RPG map creation.
Scale Creep features the majesty that is the Hero Quest Barbarian’s loincloth clad form. Such savage manliness.
South Australian tabletop game convention ConCentric sells out of tickets. It is on again today, but you can’t go. Because, no tickets.
Some of the new Kickstarters from this week:
- PRINTABLE TERRAIN: Future City for Wargames and RPG’s
- Duel Blades
- Valor: Villains, Creatures and Foes
- Masters of the Deep Wargame
- The Refuge: A Race For Survival
- Aventuria Adventure Card Game – English Edition
- WAR TILES Dynamic Tabletop Terrain
- Catch Them If You Can – An FBI crime drama action card game
- WAR & PIECES
- 300,000,000 BCE
This is not an endorsement of any of these games, creators or Kickstarter campaigns.