Welcome to another Saturday, beautiful readers. We’re in a bit of the “calm before the storm.” The last weekend before Gen Con. I did some grocery shopping specifically for the trip (granola bars and cough drops to have in my satchel as I run all around Indy). Next will be making a packing list to make sure I’ve got everything I need while there. What sort of prep do you guys have going on?
Well, take a small break from all that packing and painting and whatever else you’re doing to enjoy some reviews we found during the week.
In this week’s batch, we’ve got reviews/previews of: Systema Gaming Base-0 HQ Unit, Police Precinct, Random Encounter, Roadkill Rivals, Fleet Wharfside, Specter Ops, Karma, The Voting Game, DeadFellas, Black Fleet, Fief: France 1429, Imperial Assault, Flea Market, and Gold Ahoy.
Time to let your hair down, get together with some friends, and hopefully get some gaming in.
As usual, we’ve got some bite-sized stories we’ve collected together over the past couple days and serve them to you now.
In this batch we have: AMP Adventures Collection Available Now, Res Publica by Reiner Knizia returns This Summer, Rebel Minis Releases Earth Force Kodiak Class Battlesuits, Dave Chalker’s Top 10 Tips When Negotiating Contracts, New Perk Added To Another World Indiegogo campaign, Kromlech New Release – Legionary Jump Pack, New Front Arc Marker Released by Tabletop-Art, ClearHorizon Miniatures Releases the 28mm Nemesis Light Strike Vehicle, Club Fantasci Interviews Karl Fenner of Common Man Games About Police Precinct: Uplift, Veil Fall Dark Future Horror Miniatures Kickstarter By Erebus Studios Running Now, and Victrix Ltd 28mm Napoleonic French Artillery – slight delay.
Club Fantasci and Common Man Games are giving you an opportunity to win yourself a copy of Police Precinct 2nd edition.
From the contest:
Enter to win a copy of the award winning Police Precinct 2nd Ed. co-operative game from Common Man Games. Brought to you by Club Fantasci.
Club Fantasci reviews Snitch and tells you what they think about it.
So they snitch on Snitch.
From the review:
David Lowry reviews Snitch! by Common Man Games for Club Fantasci. Currently 6 days left on their Kickstarter campaign.
Common Man Games has a Kickstarter campaign going for their game Police Precinct. The campaign’s been going on for a while, but they’re getting close to the end of it and have made it over their funding goal.
From the campaign:
Police Precinct is a cooperative game where the players take on the roles as police officers, lieutenants and detectives with different areas of expertise. The players must work together to solve a murder (which happened just before the game started), while at the same time deal with the increasing number of street criminals, as well as various emergencies that may occur around the precinct. To complicate matters, one of the players is playing a corrupt cop, bribed by the criminal underworld to work against the other players.