This past week on the tabletop

13/05/2018 – 19/05/2018

What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week?

Zelda Williams, the daughter of comedian Robin Williams, was looking for help in identifying her father’s toy collection. It appears that Robin loved him some titans.

Not tabletop, but still super cool. Xbox have been working on an Adaptive Controller, and it is awesome.

In parts of the world Spring has sprung. And Magic: The Gathering gives us an informative, if a little forced, look into what is to come.

Keep your eye on the prize. Kanga Judges Mark, Ella and Derek talked to ATGN about the award.

Don’t forget, today is your last chance to pre-order or subscribe to get Issue 24, the Abyss issue, of The Campaigner.

Featured crowdfunding game

Imaginarium: The Dream Factory


Welcome to the Factory. Repair, combine or dismantle the dream machines and have them produce the resources. Use the resources, and your workshop, to carry out the projects of the design office and gain Victory points.

Imaginarium is a strategy, combination and development game for 2-5 players. It is designed by Bruno Cathala and Florian Sirieix, and published by Bombyx. This is Bombyx’s first Kickstarter, though they have previously published titles such as Abyss, Takenoko and The Builders.

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  1. That Twitter thread of Robin Williams’ toys is really cool. Great to see stories from people that worked in toy stores that remember Robin coming in. He was such a nerd 🙂

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