Well, we’re making our way through the week. My week has been…
So yeah, we’re making our way through the week. Let’s get you some bite-sized stories that we’ve come across recently.
In today’s batch we have: Warbears and Stagriders Kickstarter Announced, New 20mm Car Conversion Set From Ramshackle Games, Good: The Battle Halloween Special Rules Available Now, Geek Fever Games and Firepeng Games Join Forces, Cul-De-Sac Conquest Heading Through Stretch Goals, Ratgard: Badger Multiple Launch Rocket System Now Available, New Infinity Status Discs from Warsenal, Scotia Grendel New releases, Happy Seppuku Passes Kickstarter Goal, Mr. Maksimov’s Manor coming to Kickstarter in January 2016, and Aquelarre Dark & Mature Medieval RPG On Kickstarter.
Dead Earth Games will be taking to Kickstarter looking to fund the making of more Warbears and Stagriders to expand from their current prototypes into complete units.
Suitable for a number of fantasy games, all KS pledges will also provide free beta rules for their own new skirmish game, set in the world of The Shattered Crown.
The Kickstarter will begin on November 1st.
I have just released some more 20mm post-apoc parts. The latest parts are a set of drivers, passengers, guns and other conversion pieces for adding detail to toy cars. They are suitable for modding matchbox and hotwheels scale vehicles. The set cast in resin and costs £20, which as usual comes with free world wide shipping.
It’s War!! …and it just got a whole lot spookier”
The creators of the Good: The Battle; the game where you can use any miniature, of any scale, of any genre, have just brought out some special Halloween rules for their game. And they’re free to download from Wargame Vault.
It’s behind you!…
Giving all of your miniatures something special to do during the creepiest time of the year. Make them a special Halloween outfit and give them some splendidly creepy bonuses, like creeping up behind your opponent, a stake especially for getting the prince of darkness, or even a Pumpkin for a Head!
With special Halloween scenarios to you can get your miniature running around Trick or Treating, attracting Zombies or just go raiding the farmers pumpkin patch. Whatever you do this Halloween – make sure it’s Good
Geek Fever Games is proud to announce a definitive agreement to merge with Firepeng Games, based in Middletown, CT. Geek Fever owners, Jason Miceli and Matt Plourde, are excited to add Firepeng owner, Tim Mierzejewski, as an equal partner to the team. Together, Jason, Matt, and Tim will pursue Geek Fever’s core mission, “to deliver the most exciting and compelling game experiences on this side of the known universe.”
As part of this merger, Firepeng’s “Simply Adorable Slugfest,” “Plus Word” (previously titled “XYZ”), “Golems of Yhmet,” “Malta,” and the recently Kickstartered “Awesome Bots” have been added to Geek Fever’s award winning line of games. Simply Adorable Slugfest and Plus Word are available now, and Awesome Bots will be available to the public following the Kickstarter’s campaign fulfillment process.
This merger reinforces Geek Fever’s ongoing commitment and dedication to bringing otherworldly game experiences to market. The addition of Firepeng’s expertise and intellectual property will increase brand awareness and strengthen Geek Fever’s position in the market.
Here is a big shoutout to Rebecca Clark from Break From Reality for completing our first unlock-able card challenge to make a Wikipedia page for Cul-De-Sac Conquest!
The Wikipedia page still needs some additional content and credibility to stay up as Wikipedia is odd about adding a ton of secondary sources, and fitting their formatting guidelines. However, it is hilarious. Anyone else who wants to add to it feel free to do so. Our social media extraordinaire, Ashley, added some new sources and news coverage to try to adhere more to Wikipedia’s rules too so that should help.
As a long range suppressive weapon, MLRS-Badger have 23 rocket tubes, can launch varieties war-heads for different mission.
You can use it as Imperial Guard Manticore Rocket Launcher, or use our house-rule as follows.
The MLRS-Badger resin-kits set is 48$
The MLRS-Badger-RAT set is 68$, include a MLRS-Badger set and a 3X3 R.A.T.
New in the Warsenal Store:
These handy acrylic discs can be used to track the status of different models for Infinity: The Game. Use them to track wounds, game states, who is in which Combat Group, mark different weapon or equipment load-outs on similar models… the possibilities are endless!
You can stack multiple effects under your models’ magnetised bases to remove token clutter from the table top.
The holes in the markers line up with those on Warsenal and Corvus Belli bases to make magnetising them a breeze with our Rare Earth Magnets.
Hope everyone enjoyed the summertime, but for us it was a really busy summer. Those who follow us on Facebook probably noticed news about Warheads, so it’s time to announce this in a more official way. Ladies and Gentleman I have a the pleasure of informing you that Scotia Grendel have acquired the Warheads: Medieval Tales range.
In our webshop you will find all miniatures and paperback Issues, we have also made the PDF version of all Issues for free to download!
Don’t forget to follow us on Warheads Facebook page.
……and YES, we are going to publish the last two Issues, so no worries on that score.
So join Hugo and Gui as they battle it out in a weird and wonderful 11th Century Britain.
Generic Fantasy Range
This month we have prepared another four packs of personalities for release.
On our workbench (aka “Design Studio”)
Did I mention that this summer was very busy time for us? But this mean we are going to have some really cool miniatures coming in the next few months, just take a look at current Jon’s WIP.
Happy Seppuku Model Works made goal on Monday for our STAMPEDE, base and terrain stamp upgrade, and we are steadily closing in on our first stretch goal. We have already added a new stamp to the STAMPEDE CORE set and at $10K we will be adding another. Come by the Kickstarter and see the new teases for our new SCENIC STAMP line that we will start unlocking at $12.5K Going beyond just textures, SCENIC STAMPS will give you a true ‘stamp and go’ experience with as much varied detail as possible.
Mr. Maksimov’s Manor is played in four rounds. In each of these rounds players will bid on Maksimov’s possessions during his estate sale. Item cards that players can gather will either build on each other for more points or cause the player to lose points. When bidding, players need to balance how much value can be gained from the available items with what cards could hurt them. Also, if Mr. Maksimov’s will turns up, it could change everything!
Mr. Maksimov’s Manor is a casual game that both non-gamers and strategy gamers can appreciate. Casual gamers will enjoy the game’s easy to learn rules and the feelings of excitement and anticipation that the game play yields. What will keep strategy gamers coming back is the ability to manipulate the game’s odds, constant risk and reward decisions, and subtle elements of social deduction.
Almost 25 years after it was first released in Spain, Aquelarre (“Coven”) is finally going to receive an English translation. The game has enjoyed popularity in Spain and won multiple awards, and curious gamers have asked about an English version for many years. Now, through the efforts of Stewart Wieck (founder of White Wolf) and translator Lester Smith (multiple-Origins-award winning designer), the translation will become a reality.
Set in medieval Spain, the RPG blends history, mystery, demons, witches, and monsters from Spanish legends in a system that relies on percentile rolls. Since it has gone through three editions, rules for combat, weapons, and healing are all nicely detailed, with options to suit a variety of playing styles. The core book not only provides the standard rules for character creation and the like, but also significant information about medieval life and the supernatural, as well as a bestiary. The art is comprised of thematic and consistently gorgeous pieces – but like the game itself, the art does not shy away from dark themes.
The Kickstarter aims to produce gorgeous full-color deluxe editions of the 500 page main book, but a 250 page black and white Brevarium version will also be available. A DM’s screen, decks that replace dice, and printed copies of King Arthur Pendragon (5.2 edition) are available as add-ons. It is running now through November 16th.