Macrocosm, a new Sci-Fi Minis Game

By Polar_Bear
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Apr 7th, 2015
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Macrocosm is a new sci-fi miniatures game. You can check out the rules as a free download over on the game’s website. Also, they’ve got a special deal going on. If you order a Malignancy Starter Set before the 12th, you’ll get a free Infested Thug model. Go and check it out.

From the announcement:

Macrocosm is a 28mm Sci-Fi Skirmish game set in a future galaxy of excitement, rayguns, weird aliens and wonder.

Players take on the role of a group of adventurers and explorers, represented by a group of miniatures, where they play out scenarios and campaigns to determine the fate of the colonies and to further the glory of their chosen faction… and of course… to have fun!
Currently there are two complete forces that you can play, with many more planned for the future. Each faction has its own flavour and special rules, with over 20 individually sculpted models in each, including powerful heroes, stalwart soldiers, support weapons and even a couple of vehicles and large-sized troopers to really make an impact to your gaming experience… or just to collect and paint!

We have a free set of rules with army lists, to download from our website. We also encourage input from our customers and fans to help keep us up to date with what you would like to see in the vast and expanding universe of Macrocosm.

If you would like to stay up to date, please remember you can find us on Facebook and join us on Twitter (just search for Macrocosm the Game), for up to the minute news on our upcoming releases, rules changes and play test results… the future is in your hands…

Not only that, but all Malignancy starter sets bought before 12th of April 2015, will receive a free bonus Infested Thug model. These models are master copies and haven’t even been to the main casting workshop yet.

Be the first in the world to get your hands on some Malignant close combat support.


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  • Dean Winson

    So 90’s genestealer cultists then.