Paulson Games closing shop to focus on Mecha Front

By Polar_Bear
In Modelling
Jan 19th, 2014
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Paulson Games will be closing up shop in order to focus more on the creation of Mecha Front.

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From the announcement:

The Paulson Games website will be closing on Jan 25th. This will be permanent.

The main factor in this decision is that I re-enrolled in college and I won’t have the time and resources to keep up with the production work for my bits line. What work I do plan on doing will be focused on the Mecha Front models and rules.

I appreciate all the support everyone has have shown for my past products and I look forward to supplying you guys with some outstanding Mecha Front items in the coming year.

If you have any purchases you want to make be sure to get them in before the 25th. Mecha Front items will remain available on www.MechaFront.com

If you are on Facebook please add Paulson Games to your likes 🙂

That way you’ll be up to date on previews, new release announcements and sales. Feel free to leave comments, or suggestions on our wall.

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  • joshuar56

    While their mechs look cool, I have no idea what this company does/did. I even follow them on FB, and still have no clue what they are…

    • 4tonmantis

      I’m guessing you don’t own any Tau..

      • joshuar56

        Nope. The only reason I started following them was because I liked their mech designs. But there doesn’t seem to be a game, or even that many models for them. Do they make imitation tau models?

        • 4tonmantis

          No, not imitation. They are more like aesthetic alternatives. As Mr Paulson states below, they could be used for anything mecha (Gundam, Armored Core, etc). They just happen to be scaled very well for Crisis Suits etc.

    • The Paulson Games website offers conversion pieces for robot/mech models.

      I’ve since branched out and begun working on a stand alone game (Mecha Front) which is now housed on http://www.mechafront.com The game is currently in progress and the 7th model for the game is currently on pre-order. As it’s being self funded (rather than using Kickstarter) the line is being released one model at a time over this coming year.