Punkapocalyptic is looking to add a new faction. It’s the V Reich. They’re all-inclusive, letting in anyone… as long as you’re not a mutant. That, they just won’t tolerate. The new faction is up on Kickstarter now.
Bad Roll Games has launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring a fourth faction to you for Punkapocalyptic, their post-apocalyptic miniatures skirmish game. Seems people are pretty stoked about it, too, since they funded pretty quickly and are already on their way through some stretch goals.
Wednesday. The previous weekend is two days behind us. The next weekend is two days ahead of us. We are perched atop a precipice. Which isn’t to say “it’s all downhill from here,” but I guess you could consider it as such.
At the very least, I hope the first half of the week went smoothly and that the rest of the week follows suit.
In the meantime, we’ve got our collection of bite-sized stories we want to present to you now.
In this batch we have: Adarga Castings releases new 28mm Korean War Communist Forces, Heroic Maps Releases Wardenhale: Docks, The Gentleman’s Query, A Refined Coin Series – Coin #1 on Kickstarter, Voodooworx Miniatures Launch New Website, Warfighter/Skirmish Sangin “Hearts and Minds” Free Scenario Releases, 15mm Orc Buildings pre-order offer at 15mm.co.uk, Punkapocalyptic Previews Stretch Goals on Indiegogo, Monster Dice by Trilania up on Kickstarter, Brigade Models – new 2mm English Forts, Red Duke Games Announces Upcoming Kickstarter for Numinous card game, Dungeon Revolutions by Brickerium coming soon to Kickstarter, and Free Robot Stretch Goal Added to Ramshackle Robots Kickstarter.
Bad Roll Games is running an Indiegogo campaign for Punkapocalyptic, their new post-apocalyptic skirmish miniatures game. You’ve probably seen the individual miniatures they’ve put out, now you can get the rules and gangs to play the skirmish game. An average game will have you playing around 5 to 10 minis that are 30mm in scale.
The campaign is right around half-funded, with still 29 days to go.
From the campaign: Continue reading