So, while I’m a teetotaler, that doesn’t mean that I don’t enjoy the ambiance of a good beer garden, or Biergarten, if you will. I actually like polka music, thankyouverymuch. And, I dunno, maybe I’d wear a pair of lederhosen. It’s shorts and suspenders all in one! Anyway, all that aside, Steamboat Gothic Studio has relaunched Biergarten, their tile-laying game, on Kickstarter.
We continue on with the post-Gen Con week’s work. Though I was able to keep up with a lot of things, obviously, things are going to fall behind in some areas. I’m almost out of the mountain of e-mails I’d gotten over the weekend. If I’ve not replied to you yet, don’t worry, I will. There’s just a lot to sort through.
At the moment, though, it’s sorting through a bunch of bite-sized stories.
This time around we’ve got: Age of Tyrants Updates Rulebook, New Heroic Scale Female Heads from Statuesque Miniatures, Fablestone Dice: Bone Origins now on Kickstarter – fantasy themed dice with innovative features, Another Warthrone approved army list: High Elves from Warhammer, Khurasan releases 15mm Middle Eastern Irregulars, Free Miniature for August from The Ion Age, Pay What You Want Adventure Module Now Available, New 32mm Lava themed bases Available from Dark Art Miniatures, Evil Bear Wargames First Release: Bear Tactical Hardsuits, and some more installments of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic.
Though I am half-German and half-Irish, I’ve never been one for drinking any kind of alcohol. So if one were to find me in a Biergarten, it’d be of the variety that Steamboat Gothic has currently up on Kickstarter. It’s their new tile-laying game that is all about a casual afternoon in the mountains with a tall stein of some frosty, frothy beverage.