The conflict never told, until now! It’s land and Sea in a battle of dryness over wetness. Drama! Suspense! Rabbits with weapons! Matthew stands in the shallows and ponders the tough questions as he looks at Land vs Sea.
Everyone loves a theme park. What’s better? Building your own! Matthew loses all the change from his pockets as he loops the loop in the park building game Funfair.
26/08/2018 – 01/09/2018 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? Cool tabletop terrain alert! Not surprising, as it’s made by someone at Weta Workshop. But still… amazing. You know what goes well with a fancy new logo? A cool new booth. News coverage of tabletop eatery venues is becoming all the […]
14/08/2016 – 20/08/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? It’s a pirate’s life! DDO Players interviews Lead Designer Mike Tunez from Firelock Games about Blood & Plunder. Can you drink a potion underwater? One man attempted to find out. I personally find the Masters of the Universe world fascinating, with […]
31/07/2016 – 06/08/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? US game publisher Greenbrier is going to be distributing the new Rule & Make title Burger Up. Now you can burger in the states! Bad Crow Games are part of their way through a Kickstarter for their Armored Core board game. […]
21/02/2016 – 27/02/2016 What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week? The second Prototype Day in Adelaide was held. There were some great game being tested, and The Campaigner editor was there and took some photos. Good Games Publishing hosted another Game Designers Meeting. Game Design Month has started. So if you […]
Are you a game designer? Have a game you need testing? Will you be at Cancon later this month? Then the Cancon Game Design Session might be for you. Good Games Publishing and Canberra Games Society are hosting a games design session at Cancon this year. The session will run from 6pm until 12pm on […]
22/11/2015 – 28/11/2015 What happened in the world of tabetop over the last week? Burger Up cemented its success with an article on Kotaku. The Kickstarter finished up on 23 November, pulling in AUD$46,810 in pledges from 941 backers. This was well above the AUD$9,500 goal. Al Caynes talks with Kim Brebach and Jamie Lawrence […]