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And we have the week continuing along. Seems this one's going rather slowly, if you asked me. Earlier today, I looked at the clock and went, "How is it only just after 10am? I've been here in the office for the past 17 hours!" Note: I'd not actually been here 17 hours at that point. Just seemed like it. Perhaps snacking on some bite-sized gaming stories will help out.

Today on the platter we have: Krakon Games Running Frills & Fauna Kickstarter, Gioconomicon Posts Photos From Spiel 2016, On Target Green & Red Lasers For Line of Sight On Kickstarter, Mojo Tray System: Modular Transport On Kickstarter, New releases from Terrible Kids Stuff - First half of October 2016, New Condition Markers, Melee Widgets and Base Inserts from Advanced Deployment, The Roots of Magic: Students of Sorcery Kickstarter coming in November, Divine Art Playing Cards Relaunched on Kickstarter, and Devils Dungeon Kickstarter - Milestone Unlocked.

The work week continues on. As we make our way towards the weekend, the mind turns to gaming (at least, mind does). And seeing as much of the time, that gaming takes the form of a minis game or an RPG, it also means I'm thinking about terrain. You want your tables to look good, right? Right! So let's help with that.

In today's Terrain Corner we have: New releases from Terrakami Games, New Badlands Terrain From Angry Mojo Games, Dragonlock 2: Fantasy Village Terrain Up On Kickstarter, and Dust Town: Pwork Wargames Fantasy Gaming Mat Now Available.

Hey everyone and welcome to Monday. If you're in the US, it should be an easier Monday than some. Heck, it's almost like it's Wednesday, since you may have Thursday and Friday off. Unless you think that today's Monday, tomorrow's Wednesday, and Wednesday is Friday. I guess it all depends on how you want to look at it. But whether it's Monday or Wednesday to you, it's time for another Terrain Corner.

In this batch we have: Final days for Mini Duels Tournament Trays and 28mm Terrain Kickstarter, Tabletop World released their Town Gate, Three options are now available for 28mm Norman Church Kit in Sally 4th Kickstarter, Black Friday Deal: Bundlesaurus Rex from Angry Mojo Games, and Plastcraft Games Posts November Releases.

This week, we are certain to see lots of awesome-looking terrain tables during Gen Con. If you want your table to look as good, you'll probably want to check out what sort of terrain is being offered up by various vendors. Conveniently, we've put all of those together in one place for you here online.

In today's Terrain Corner we have: New 4Ground Parish Church & Accessories, Deep-Cut Studio releases new gaming mat for post-apocalyptic settings, New Terrain preview from ModelEarth, Pwork Releases the Lifeless Land Wargame Mat, and Angry Mojo Games July Releases Part 1: Wild West Terrain.

Gangfight Games gets into the spirit of Cinco De Mayo by offering 10% off their Bandidos Mexicanos starter set for Blackwater Gulch over in their webshop. They've also teamed up with Angry Mojo Games, who is giving discounts on their wood-cut terrain if you use the code "BLACKWATER" at checkout. Added to that, Gangfight Games is showing off renders of their Chupacabra Pack for the upcoming Savage Beasts Expansion. You can check those out below the cut.

From the announcement:
We've made it to another Wednesday. The previous weekend is as far away as the next one is. Some comment about camels.
Hopefully the week has been treating you well.

Anyway, we've got some of those bite-sized stories to give you. In this installment there's: Angry Mojo Games opens up Webshop, Brigade Models Releases New British Spaceships, Menhir Games posts new renders for KStarter stretch goals, Beasties & Bygones posts Jester Class preview, Quantum Gothic re-releases Quantum Cannon and Sentry-platform twin gun systems/rocket v1, some more sessions of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, New Army Men Combat Update from One Page Rules, Acheson Creations Releases new Skull Tower, 15mm Hades Ghost Team has been released by ClearHorizon Miniatures, Manorhouse Workshop Update #20 Modular Underground Project, and EZPainter Price adjustments.

Angry Mojo Games is in their final couple days for their Big Box Terrain Kickstarter project. They'd wanted $3k. They're around $15k. So check out the stretch goals and extras.


From the campaign:

We're down to the end here, and it's time for more photography and add ons. First, we have our full ruins pledge with finalized designs all up for perusal.
That's a lot of terrain! The blast craters have their final makeover, the rubble has been detailed, and we added some pews to the chapel.

Angry Mojo Games launched their Kickstarter campaign in order to fund a new line of laser-cut terrain pieces.

Angry Mojo Games


From the campaign:

We have a very specific goal in mind with our terrain; the ability to throw enough scenery on a table to play a good game for $50 MSRP. Yes, that's an absurdly low price compared to the market value. It's also how we want it. Here at Angry Mojo Games, we believe that games are meant to be played, not just looked at.

Angry Mojo Games is a new company that's making laser-cut terrain and tokens. They'll be running a Kickstarter campaign starting next week for a new line of terrain.

Angry Mojo Games


About their upcoming campaign:

We love miniatures games, and you can't play them without terrain. Well, you can, but that gets really boring really fast. With all the laser cut MDF terrain out there you're probably asking yourself "what makes these guys different?"