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Two new releases are available today for Bolt Action. One’s a new British Commandos HQ set, giving your troops some command out on the field. The other is a Waffen-SS Schwimmwagen diorama, depicted in winter. I know that most of the Northern Hemisphere is still pretty cold, but here in Atlanta, we’ve got 70s for highs. Anyway, both are available to order now.
Striking from the sea, most often from the dark, the army and naval Commandos caused great apprehension to German sentries and garrisons all over occupied Europe in their daring hit and run raids. The brainchild of Winston Churchill himself who had seen the damage Boer commandos could do to a static defensive force at first hand.
This elite force (volunteers all) was Britain’s only viable way of taking a land war to the all-conquering German army, who had thought themselves safe from Britain’s land forces.
Tough, lavishly equipped and politically indoctrinated, SS troops formed over 38 divisions and numerous other regimental and battalion-sized units, totalling nearly a million men under arms.
With the many plastic and metal sets we have on offer within the Bolt Action Waffen-SS range you’ll be able to challenge your painting skills and display one of arguably the best-looking formations on the battlefield.
A staple of the tropes in ancient tombs is the requirement to solve intricate puzzles in order to proceed forward. Theoretically, this meant that only true followers of those that built the structure would know how to get through them (oftentimes with deadly results for those that failed). There’s often a time element involved. You must think fast and accurately, or all is lost. Such is the case in Curio: The Lost Temple, a new real-time puzzle game coming from WizKids.
From the announcement:
WizKids is pleased to announce the upcoming real-time cooperative puzzle game, Curio: The Lost Temple. Designed by Ian Zang, 2 to 5 players take on the role of a team of archaeologists that ended up getting trapped inside an ancient temple. They will need to communicate and collaborate in order to solve an unending slew of puzzles in order to escape!
Unlike other games in this genre, Curio: The Lost Temple is endlessly replayable, even by the same player. Using a unique module-based system, players manipulate, sort, rotate, and search puzzle components to arrive at a distinct answer. However, time is not unlimited. If too much time passes, or a player gives a wrong answer, then all is lost, and everyone loses.
How do you solve these cryptic questions? Use a wheel to decode an array of symbols. Take the Translation Key and place it on the Translation Board to reveal an answer. Connect threads along a grid to grant you the hidden code. These are but some of the modules and methods needed to solve the questions and escape the temple.
The brain bending puzzles of Curio: The Lost Temple will be available at your Friendly Local Game Store May 2018 for $34.99. Pre-order yours today and get ready to test your skills.
At the end of the first three movies (number-wise, not release-wise) in Star Wars, Emperor Palpatine has seized power and is ruling the galaxy with an iron fist. Very quickly, those that want the Republic back form a resistance movement that would be known as the Rebellion. But that early start wasn’t easy. The Dawn of Rebellion book for the Star Wars RPG takes you to those difficult days. It’s available now.
From the release:
Dawn of Rebellion, the first Era Sourcebook for the Star Wars™ Roleplaying Game, is available now from your local retailer or on our webstore! Drawing from the characters, locations, and equipment featured in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and the Star Wars Rebels series, Dawn of Rebellion gives players and Game Masters the tools and the inspiration to create their own adventures set in the early days of the Rebellion against the indomitable war machine of the Empire.
Whether your campaign is primarily themed around Edge of the Empire™, Age of Rebellion™, Force and Destiny™, or a blend of all three, Dawn of Rebellion offers a range of new specialization trees and species for you to use as player characters and the denizens of the galaxy that they meet. Location dossiers for iconic worlds such as Alderaan, Jedha, Dathomir, and more contribute terrific source material for your tales of danger and adventure. Additionally, extensive information on every level of the organization of the Empire gives players and Game Masters a solid background foundation for stories of desperate fringers, brave Rebels, or nascent Force-users.
I know, I know. They’re Space Wolves. But, to me, every dog’s a puppy, even if it weighs 240 pounds and it can bite through a parking meter. I’m sure the Space Wolves don’t like being called Space Puppies, but they’ll get over it if you scratch them behind the ears and tell them they’re a good boy. And if you’d like to expand your pack, there’s several new Space Wolf sets available to order from Forge World.
From the website:
Build a Space Wolves Legion Strike Force with this bundle of miniatures and upgrades. In it, you’ll find:
Space Wolves Legion Varagyr Terminators
A set of 5 resin models wearing heavy Terminator armour designed more for function than beauty – what decoration there is comes from the furs, pelts and fangs draped over their shoulders and tied to their waists. Their faces are partially obscured by splendid beards and wild hair, with large topknots billowing out behind them, and each miniature is armed with an axe and combi-bolter.
Space Wolves Legion Praetor
Standing fierce in exceptionally detailed armour featuring runes, pelts and the markings of the Space Wolves Legion, this Praetor is modelled in an exceptionally aggressive pose, levelling his combi-bolter at anything foolish enough to stand in his way. His right hand clutches a chainsword covered in carven runes, and his splendid beard is appropriately plaited, with a skull-hewn topknot topping off the miniature. The combi-bolter can be replaced with an optional dagger, included in the kit.
Mark III Space Marines
A set of 10 plastic Space Marines, including 10 Phobos-pattern bolters, 11 chainswords (one left-handed, allowing a Sergeant to take 2 chainswords), 1 heavy bolter, 1 power sword, 1 power fist, 1 Phobos-pattern bolt pistol, 1 plasma pistol, 1 lightning claw, 1 melta gun, 1 plasma gun, 1 Legion Vexilla, as well as 12 helmeted heads and 2 bare heads, with an included transverse helmet crest.
Space Wolves Legion Grey Slayers Upgrade Pack 1
Upgrade 5 of the included MKIII Space Marines to a Space Wolves Legion Grey Slayers Ranged Combat Squadwith this set of resin components. It contains:
– 5 shoulder pads;
– 5 axes;
– 5 bolt pistols;
– 5 right arms;
– 5 left arms;
– 1 banner;
– 1 Sergeant torso;
– 8 heads.
Space Wolves Legion Grey Slayers Upgrade Pack 2
Upgrade 5 of the included MKIII Space Marines to a Space Wolves Legion Grey Slayers Close Combat Squad with this set of resin components. It contains:
– 5 shoulder pads;
– 5 axes;
– 5 right arms;
– 5 left arms;
– 5 shields;
– 1 banner;
– 1 Sergeant torso;
– 8 heads.
5 days from the end of the month and Corvus Belli is finishing off February in style. You thought all the love was gone a couple weeks ago, but such is not the case. The latest releases for Infinity are now available over in the Corvus Belli webshop as well as at an LGS near you (well, hopefully that last part, anyway).
From the announcement:
February releases now available at our online store & your FLGS!
Which ones do you prefer?
“It’s good to be king.” Sure, we’ve all heard that. But you know what’s better? Being the emperor. And being the emperor of one of the most vast empires the world has ever seen is even better. But, being emperor, as you put on the regal robes, you know that there’s a target on your back, as usurpers sharpen their knives in the shadows. That’s what you’ll be watching out for, or possibly being one of those usurpers, yourself, in Donning the Purple, a new board game from Tompet Games that’s up on Kickstarter now.
From the campaign:
It is the year 193 AD. The Roman Empire is not as great as it once was. Enemies are crossing the borders while famine and political intrigues are tearing the empire apart from within. The previous emperor was killed by his Praetorian bodyguard and has left a vacuum that the powerful families in Rome are trying to fill. Are you ready to don the purple yourself and be the new emperor? If you fail, the other families are ready to take over at a moment’s notice. While they wait for your doom, they will backstab and undermine you as much as they can. However you all have to work together as the fall of the Roman Empire is closing in.
The campaign is closing in quickly on its goal with still 28 days left to go.
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. It’s another way of saying that if you fall off that post-apocalyptic car while being chased by marauders, you get back up on it. At least, I would suggest you do so. And that’s what Red Scar has done with their Devil’s Run Kickstarter. This new one supports both Modiphius’ 2d20 system as well as Savage Worlds.
From the campaign:
The Devil’s Run Kickstarter has relaunched! Utilising Modiphius’ much beloved 2d20 system (Conan, Infinity, John Carter, Star Trek) and the popular Savage World ruleset, the tabletop roleplaying game will explore the post-apocalyptic setting of the crazy and fun Devil’s Run board game!
The new campaign is closing in on its funding goal with still 19 days left to go.
Mage Company is now taking late pledges for their 12 Realms: Dungeonland game. If you missed out on the Kickstarter, but want to still get the benefits of it, now’s your chance. The game is for 1-4 players, as you head your way through a dungeon (seems appropriate). Take on the mantle of famous characters from folklore and look for adventure and loot.
From the website:
12 Realms: Dungeonland is a dungeon crawling game for 1-4 heroes. Players take on the roles of famous folklore characters, like Red Riding Hood and Prince Charming, each with unique abilities. They venture across famous tales to stop great villains that have been turned by dark magic, changing the tale’s endings and casting the realms into eternal darkness. Our heroes will travel through many tales to gather clues about the source of this mysterious evil. They will fight for their lives using a unique combat system that features a set of custom dice.
Through these adventures, the heroes will gather experience, hone their skills (and, acquire new ones using an innovative skill-tree system), collect gold, and discover powerful artifacts to aid them against the foul magic that has spread throughout the lands. Impassioned explorers will encounter strong villains and their minions served up by an A.I. system that allows them to react to certain circumstances and utilize amazing abilities that will challenge even the mightiest and most resourceful.
We’ve all seen human pyramids being made by cheerleaders at some sporting event. It can be quite a sight to see. But they really don’t hold a candle to the tradition in Catalonia of Castell, where teams will create towers made of people that reach into the sky. If you’re like me and don’t really want to climb a human tower and risk falling, you can still enjoy the tradition on your tabletop with Castell, available now from Renegade Game Studios.
From the announcement:
Castell is the vibrant Catalonian tradition of building human towers. Huge teams of people from all over Catalonia gather at festivals to celebrate Catalonian culture and compete to build the highest and most difficult human towers.
Castell is a strategy game where players guide Castell teams through a year of festivals. Visit Catalonian cities, expand your team of Castellers, learn tower-building skills, and show off your tower-building prowess at local performances and festival competitions.
Harness your strength, balance, courage, and common sense to take your team to victory!
The weekend continues to draw ever-closer. Another couple days and we’ll be there. I hope you have gaming plans. I’m a bit up in the air at the moment. But that’s alright. Even if nothing fully materializes, I’m thinking I might work on painting the first minis that I’ll have painted in several years. It’d be my Fisherman Guild for Guild Ball (at least the main 7 players I choose). Wish me luck. But, in the meantime, as I contemplate making my figures look better on the table, let’s make those tables look better, themselves.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: New Terra-Former Passageway Tile Kit From Sally 4th, Combat Plaza: SciFi Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargames, and Brigade Models – Small Scale Walled Farms now Available.
Terra-Former Passageway Tile Kit. RRP £8.50 GBP
This is a brand new tile for the Sally 4th Terra-Former terrain system. It’s a very versatile kit that can be used to make straight passageway, corner passageway, ‘Y’ Junction, ‘T’ Junction, Crossroads and even caverns. Each side profile has a choice of three exit points that can be used for lots of variety. The tiles in the photos were completed with polystyrene and filler.
Terra-Former terrain tiles contain components to make a 12″ square terrain tile that are light, rigid and robust with rare earth magnets to align them perfectly and keep them from drifting apart mid game. Profiles include hills, streams, rivers, canals, cliffs, caves, trenches and many more.
Combat Plaza: SciFi Gaming Mat from Pwork Wargames!
Play your battles on a large square of a futuristic megalopolis, an ideal location for futuristic game play and for skirmish fights, in particular for Infinity the Game settings!
Materials: PVC / Syntethic Cloth
Available size: 4×4′ / 3×3′
We have something else new in the Small Scale Scenery range today. This is a set of six Walled Farms, cast in metal as single pieces on a base. They’re listed under English buildings, but are equally suitable for any European setting
SSS-8106 – Walled Farms (x6) – £4.00
I don’t know what happens after we die. I don’t know if there’s any god or gods out there in the universe, watching. But if you’re part of a cult, you’re pretty sure there is. But what god do you follow? That’s the first choice you need to make in Cult: Choose Your God Wisely, a new board game coming to Kickstarter from Cryptozoic and Idrology. It will launch next week on the 28th.
From the announcement:
In Cult: Choose Your God Wisely, each player chooses a God for their Cult to follow, with this deity having special abilities that can aid him or her. Gameplay consists of two phases. In the Intention Phase, players place their free Priests onto Locations on the board, with more Locations becoming available as a Cult gains Followers. During the Resolution Phase, a winner is determined in each Location based on the Influence of the players’ Priests, with Miracle and Intrigue Cards capable of changing the outcome of each conflict dramatically. The player who wins a Location is able to use its unique benefits, while the other present players receive alms for their cause in the form of coins.
A player can win the game in a variety of ways: building five Altars, controlling four Fanatical Mobs, or performing the Summoning of his or her God twice.
Cult: Choose Your God Wisely launches February 28 on Kickstarter, with a single copy of the deluxe version of the game available for a $50 pledge.
A new posse is making its way to the dusty and outlaw-filled streets of the old West. They’re like nothing that your standard cow-poke has ever seen before. They’re the Viridian Clade, and if you want to be the fasted gun in the West and have yours before anyone else, you’ll want to get your name down on the list. Pre-orders are available now.
From the announcement:
The Viridian play an important role in the Watchers.
The wise Viridian Alpha deploys with the Chigoe and Locust in battle as the powerful Viridian Clade to strike at the enemies of the Watchers.
Arcane Wonders has announced a new strategy game that will be making its way to game shop shelves this May. It’s called Senshi. In it, players take on the role of warrior monks. Their master is ailing, and each student is trying to show that they have learned the master’s teachings the best, looking to find balance in their strength, agility, wisdom, and honor. Only one student will become the new master. Who will it be?
From the announcement:
Arcane Wonders is pleased to announce the release of Senshi coming this May to local game stores near you!
You are a Senshi, a warrior-monk studying diligently at the temple under the tutelage of the current master. You and your fellow students train vigorously every day to improve your mind and body, but your master is ailing, and only one Senshi will become the next master. To prove your worth, you must develop four attributes: Strength, Agility, Wisdom, and Honor. A true master must be strong in all of these, and weak in none.
Senshi, designed by Dan Manfredini (Burgoo, Island Siege, Monkey Lab), is a strategy game for 2-4 players that takes only 15 minutes to play! Carefully manipulate stacks of tiles that represent your four attributes: Strength, Agility, Wisdom, and Honor. Compete in a battle of wits to become the next master of your temple. Watch your opponent’s moves closely and exploit their weaknesses to achieve the great honor of becoming the temple’s next master!
The Union in Chains event left the Union decimated, with players being pulled away to join different Guilds as the Solthecian church took over the organization. In May, the results of that event will start hitting players’ tables. There’s two box sets coming, one based on all the characters that had been Union but are now gone, and another on the Chruch’s new leadership role in the Union.
They don’t appear to be up for pre-order yet. But don’t worry, I’ll let you know when you can put your name down on the list.
Ah! Ho! Ha-ha! Guard! Turn! Parry! Dodge! Spin! Ha! Thrust!
Ok, so Robin Hood and the Merry Men doesn’t take place in the Warner Brothers universe, but whenever I think of ol’ Robin, I think of Daffy. And we’ve got Robin Hood up on Kickstarter with Final Frontier Games’ Robin Hood and the Merry Men board game. It blends together set collection, worker placement, some dice rolling, and more to give you a semi-cooperative game.
From the campaign:
“Robin Hood and the Merry Men” is a thematic euro style game that perfectly blends worker placement, hand management, set collection and dice rolling into a one big exciting crossover.
It’s a fun game with multiple paths to victory, where you will live and breathe a true Robin Hood style adventure.
The players take on the role of a famous outlaw such as Robin Hood, Little John, Will Scarlet and Jane Fortune, and their mission is to protect the town of Nottingham from the tyranny of infamous ruler Prince John and the notorious Sheriff of Nottingham throughout 5 rounds of onslaught. If they succeed, a winner is declared-the player with the most victory points becomes Nottingham’s greatest champion.
The art for the game is done by The Mico, the same artist behind the beautiful art in Final Frontier Games’ previous projects ‘Rise to Nobility” and “Cavern Tavern”, so “Robin Hood and the Merry Men” is expected to be a direct hit.
“Robin Hood and the Merry Men” is a game for 2-4 players, ages 13 and up, and takes approximately 25 minutes per player to play it.
The Kickstarter Campaign will feature a Standard version of the game and a Deluxe version.
Both pledge levels will come with options for shipping worldwide, and they will be available for retailers as well.
The campaign is closing in on 6x funded with still 27 days to go.
Victory Point Games Launches Twilight of the Gods: Seasons of Revelation Expansion Decks Kickstarter
Just about any game I play, I will always be looking for more. I see what the base game has to offer and I want to add to it. Thankfully, there’s game expansions. In this case, Victory Point Games is running a Kickstarter for three new expansion decks for Twilight of the Gods. They are the Season of Prophecy, Season of Epiphany, and Season of Apocalypse. … Sounds like the weather around here lately…
Anyway, you can check out these three expansion decks now.
From the campaign:
Seasons are 50-card packs that expand upon the current Age (in this case, Age of Revelations). Each pack includes at least one new Deity card plus new cards for each faction (and a few original base game cards) with enough copies to reach your full deck-building potential.
The campaign’s closing in on funding with still 14 days left to go.
The folks over at Robot Pigeon Publishing have been busy putting together the latest issue of Initiative Magazine. And, I’m happy to say, they’ve got it available for your downloading and reading pleasure. As always, the high-quality of Robot Pigeon comes through, as they’ve looks at the Batman board game from Monolith, as well as an in-depth article on Aristeia. Plus much, much more.
In this issue:
Welcome to Initiative issue 10.
A new year means a fresh start, so time to plan those new armies or perhaps start a new game. For me, I intend to build up a small force of raptor space marines. Might even show them off towards the end of the year. Whatever the year holds for you, we here at Initiative aim to bring you the best in tabletop gaming.
With that said, this issue gets things going with a bang. We have an early look at the upcoming Batman board game from Monolith, arriving on Kickstarter this year. Normski takes a look at the new Aristeia! game from Corvus Belli. We also bring you two show reports from the end of last year – taking a look at ReaperCon and Tor Megiddo. Kyle shows off his fantastic death guard issue.
Alongside this we have reviews and tutorials for you to get stuck into. So, without holding you up from the good stuff, please enjoy the first issue of 2018.
As always, we want to hear from our readers. Send in suggestions, questions or anything you feel like to our Facebook or e-mail.
Yeah, quite a long headline there with a lot of things going on in it. The short version is that Modiphius has released the Savage Worlds version of Code of Honour, part of their Achtung! Cthulhu series. So, if you’ve wanted to play the adventure, but your gaming group really wanted to stick with/play using the Savage Worlds system, you can now do so without having to change everything over yourself.
From the announcement:
Istanbul in 1942 is a neutral city, packed with spies. Everyone’s here – the Nazis, the Soviets, the Brits and the Yanks, the Japanese and a host of other nations, all waging a deadly war of wits against a backdrop of cocktail bars and polite smiles. From the infamous Snake Pit in the Park Hotel, to the jazz clubs and fashionable restaurants of Istiklal Avenue, to the warrens of alleys around the spires and mosques of Fatih and Sultanahmet, it’s a city in ferment. While Turkey desperately tries to stay out of the war, the Führer’s armies mass less than a hundred miles away.
But that’s not all. Something even more terrifying is going on beneath the ancient streets of the Sublime Porte. Meddling forces have unearthed an ancient treasure, setting in motion plans centuries old which threaten to change the course of the whole war – and even the world!
Code of Honour: Zero Point 1942 is a multi-session Achtung Cthulhu adventure with a difference. It features:
– descriptions and personalities of Istanbul in 1942
– a detailed map of wartime Istanbul
– rules for tradecraft and spying
– secrets and mysteries of Istanbul, including new grimoires
– a multi-session adventure of lethal conspiracy
Many of us, growing up (or even now), wish we could go visit a dinosaur theme park. I mean, how cool would it be if Jurassic Park were a real thing (minus all the people getting killed and eaten, of course)? I think the only thing cooler would be being the one in charge of the park. And that’s what you’ll be in Duelosaur Island, a new stand-alone Dinosaur Island spin-off game from Pandasaurus Games.
About the game:
Pandasaurus Games is proud to announce a brand new stand-alone 2 player sequel to Dinosaur Island: Duelosaur Island!
Designed by Ian Moss and developed by Dinosaur Island designer Jon Gilmour, Duelosaur has completely unique mechanics that make it an amazing experience that is sure to add to anyone’s collection.
“We first heard about Duelosaur Island just before GenCon last year. Jon told us that Ian had a game to show us and that it was based on Dinosaur Island. At the pitch meeting Ian had a complete copy of the game ready to play and Molly and I played through the entire game in the booth. Twice. It was obvious from the get-go that this game had everything that made Dinosaur Island special, but the mechanics were so tight and the choices so interesting it was signed on the spot”. – Nathan McNair, Pandasaurus Games
Duelosaur Island brings back a lot of the same feeling that players loved about Dinosaur Island, but introduces an entirely new hand-management tableau-building engine that is unlike anything you’ve seen in Dinosaur Island, and a really tense “I cut you choose” dice drafting mechanic.
“One of the things we loved most about the game is how much it felt like playing a game of Dinosaur Island, even though the mechanics are completely different. You still roll DNA dice, you still make dinosaurs, you still must manage your threat level. But then there is this super clever card mechanism that leaves you with so many tense decisions to make. And don’t even get me started on the dice-drafting mechanism. Once the DNA dice are rolled the first-player sets the market by assigning different dice different bonuses, but the second-player gets to choose first. Do you give the dice you need to good bonuses and risk your opponent taking them? Or do you play it safe and throw the solid bonuses on the dice you don’t want” said President of Pandasaurus Games Nathan McNair.
Duelosaur is built around a clever hand management mechanism. Each card in the game serves 3 potential purposes. They contain the DNA sequences for dinosaurs you could create, the blueprints for attractions you can build and also are discarded to take certain actions. Do you create the Dinosaur on the top of the card attracting guests to your park? Or do you build the attraction on the bottom of the card, which can add to a players hand-limit, income and end-game VP? Or do you discard the card to combine DNA towards creating another dinosaur.
Duelosaur Island comes with 5 brand new full-color “DNA dice”. You can mix and match dice between Dinosaur Island and Duelosaur Island for even more variability in both games. Adding a copy of Duelosaur Island to your collection is going to unlock lots of cool new possibilities in Dinosaur Island like the brand-new security symbol that can appear on dice to upgrade your security level instantly! Mixing these dice in with the Dinosaur Island dice is a great way to add replayability to both Duelosaur Island and Dinosaur Island.
And of course we had to get the band back together with all new artwork from Kwanchai Moriya and Peter Wocken on graphic design, bringing that same bright flashly 90s infused explosion to your tabletops.
The game has been in development for over a year, and over the last few months we’ve expanded to a wide playtesting group and the results have been phenomenal. Just some of the feedback we’ve been getting from our playtesters:
Joshua S: “I enjoyed the dynamic of choosing where to put everything for the DNA-drafting portion and then having your opponent choose first. I thought it was fun trying to give the dice you wanted better bonuses but still try to make other things look attractive enough for your opponent to choose them instead.
Francis P: “The 4 phases are cool. The drafting mechanism is nice… great idea that the first player only chooses [dice position] but the second player takes first. But the very best part is the construction phase. It’s cool that a player can do as many action as he wants, as many times as he wants. That is giving [player’s] lots of liberty.”
Duelosaur Island is scheduled for release later this year at an MSRP of 34.95.
And we’re just getting started. You didn’t think we would neglect the main Dinosaur Island game did you? Things are about to get bigger, a lot scarier, and there is a 100% chance of getting wet if you sit in the first 10 rows.
Check back on March 12th, 2018 for even more exciting Dinosaur Island news.
As the week continues along, we get ever-closer back to that beloved weekend. Still have half the week to get through, though. And if we’re gonna make it, we should stock up on some bite-sized gaming stories.
Today on the platter we have: New Bases Available From Secret Weapon Miniatures, New Classic Movie Minis Available To Order From Sally 4th, Dark Art Studios Announces Devil’s Dungeon II Project, Warsaw Uprising 1944 28mm Figures by Infamous JT Up On Kickstarter, and Legendary Metal Coins Season 3 Live on Kickstarter.
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That’s right, we’re back with new sizes for Desert Basin, and Ghost Stone!
These are in stock, and available now at Secret Weapon
We’ve just got the next three packs of Classic Movie Miniatures in Stock.
CMM04 – Private Investigation
Set contains 4 x 28mm scale metal miniatures including The Gumshoe, The Client, The Egyptian, The Fat Man and a ‘black figure of a bird’
CMM05 – Everything but the Goose
Set contains 4 x 28mm scale metal miniatures including The Pilot, The Agent, The Mechanic, The Jack Russel and a bonus statue of a monkey
CMM06 – US Army Nurses
Set contains 4 x 28mm scale metal miniatures depicting WW2 era US Army nurses who have picked up abandoned weapons to aid in a desperate last ditch defense.
All packs RRP £10 including plastic bases and wood plank etched slotta bases.
We will be shipping these out to Kick Starter backers over the weekend, but if you missed out, we have now got them available for pre-order on our website at a 10% pre-release discount until 28th February. Pre-release orders will ship 1st March.
Coming soon to Kickstarter..
Devil’s Dungeon II – Boris’s nightmare creatures to be cast in high quality resin.
Combining the skills of traditional sculptor and award winner Dennis Zarnowski of Savage Forged Minis and the 3D sculpting of Jonathan Llinares of Vae Victis, Jamie Tranter hopes to release a comprehensive range of models to accurately represent the Polish freedom fighters of 1944, with iconic pieces of equipment, and personalities from the Home Army. Many of our figures are also suitable for use in any 20th century game including the Spanish Civil War, Russian Civil War, A Very British Civil War, partisan forces in WW2, and Volksturm as well as Weird War gaming.
Drawlab Entertainment is proud to announce the continuation of the successful board game accessories line Legendary Metal Coins, coming on Kickstarter on the 20th of February.
Legendary Metal Coins are premium metal coin accessories to be used in any game and the Season 3 Kickstarter campaign will include 5 more new unique sets of coins. Each set has its own thematic approach, giving gamers worldwide the opportunity to choose what fits best for their games. We also provide our backers the option to create custom coin sets, consisting of any number of coins from all the metal coins we have created until today.
All backers will also have the opportunity to add premium containers, like wooden treasure chest or handmade velvet pouches.