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The week continues along, as it tends to do. It's only just today that I really realized that this upcoming weekend is a long one for those of us here in the US. The 4th of July falls on Monday. So that'll be cool. Time for some BBQs. But before we get to the hamburgers, hot dogs, and fireworks, we'd best fill up on some bite-sized gaming stories.

Today we have: Khurasan releases 15mm Ancient Siamese, Trailer Park Zombies Up On Indiegogo, Dwarven Mountain Rams Riders from Scibor Now Available, New Player Boards for Power Grid by CorSec Engineering, Attaking the Darkness Mockumentary is free until July 1st, New Ravens Available From Tabletop-Art, Big Magic: The Gathering - Puzzle Quest Update, Casual Game Insider Coming to Books-A-Million And Launching New Kickstarter, Wildside Gaming System to be Released as a Free App, Skirmisher Publishing Releases Quantum Flux: Unique Superscience Artifacts, Syrinscape Releases Gen Con Soundset, and New Legionary Ranged Arms Available From Kromlech.

It's Friday, everyone. Keep calm and we'll get through this just fine and then move onward into the bliss that is the Weekend. My gaming is going to start early, as when I get out of here, I'm going to an Irish Pub nearby for some bangers and mash. Afterward, it's back to my place for Guild Ball (gonna teach a friend that's been wanting to learn since Adepticon). But before I head out, I'm going to have an appetizer of bite-sized gaming stories.

Today we have: New 360 Video Posted by Red Panda Miniatures, UNITS - Post-apocalyptic Loot Cards on Kickstarter, Gale Force 9 demos Tyrants of the Underdark at Origins Game Fair, The Army Painter Running Zombicide & Wulfsburg Painting Bundle Deal, Biohazard Game Contest Happening Now, New X-wing and Armada Accessories from CorSec Engineering, Kromlech Weekend Promo Announced, and Dust USA At Origins.

I hope everyone had a great International TableTop Day yesterday. Though, of course, the spirit of International TableTop Day is with us always, and we should celebrate as often and with as many people as we possibly can.

As for us here at TGN, it's another Sunday. So as my arm heals from getting my werebear tattoo colored in and my roux for the gumbo I'm making starts to brown, here's another set of bite-sized stories we collected over the last few days.

In this batch we have: 1p40k Beginner's Guide & One Page Rules Anniversary, some more editions of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, New Armada accessories from CorSec Engineering, Oddzial Osmy’s 3mm March Releases Arrive at PicoArmor, Stoelezel's Structures launches the Underlooked Inn, New Angry EON Mini from Hitech Miniatures, and Final Day for Olleys Armies Scrunt Empire on Kickstarter.

Friday! Friday! Friday!
It's Friday... and while I wouldn't say "I'm in love," I'm at least happy that it's Friday.

Hopefully you've got some gaming planned for the weekend. Some of you will be gaming at Adepticon. Those are the lucky ones. Some of you will be forced through a fine mesh screen for your gaming. Those are the luckiest ones of all.

We've brought together another set of bite-sized stories for you to nosh on while you prepare for whatever you might be doing this weekend.

In this installment we've got: Bilbo Nesta Marley and The Macaroons - An Adventure from a time before Blackpowder, New scenery pieces preview from Multiverse Gaming, New Walking Egyptian Girl from Brother Vinni, Warsaw Rising Up 1945-1980 Up on Wspieram.to (it's a Polish crowd-funding site), Khurasan previews 15mm Peshmerga fighters, New Debris Field and Asteroid Tokens from CorSec Engineering, Last call for Amazons and Automatons from Crocodile Games, New Releases available from WarGamma, The Fiver with Swarm of Dice LLC on Designing Loot & Recruit, New Tank Preview from Mad Robot Miniatures, and Tabletop Adapters Kickstarter running now.

CorSec Engineering helps you keep track of where you are in cyberspace with their new Shadowrun: Crossfire token sets.

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From the release:

CorSec Engineering has released a brand new set of tokens for Shadowrun: Crossfire. This set is available as a set and as individual components. It features a damage indicator that will securely hold your spot for the damage on objectives. It also include Futuristic yen tokens in fluorescent orange acrylic and tokens to mark Health and Max Health.


CorSec Engineering knows your little mans don't always want to wade across the river, and has created a nice Japanese-style bridge to make sure their feet don't get wet.

Japanese Bridge

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From the release:

This Japanese style bridge is a combination of MDF, Acrylic rod, and styrene to create a unique look that works with most time periods and genres. Get adventurous and add LEDs to make a futuristic bridge with light up railing or use it as it is for everything from WWII to steampunk!

Price: $11.99


CorSec Engineering has some new movement template colors and tokens available for all you X-Wing players out there.



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From the release:

We have added some new tokens and a template to the store. We have also made all our other templates available in two new colors. Blue Fluorescent and Orange Fluorescent.

Starfighter Cloak Tokens (Set of 3) - $1.99
Huge Ship Movement Template - $7.99


CorSec Engineering released some new tokens and accessories for you Warmachine and Hordes players out there.



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From the release:

CorSec Engineering Has some new releases that are compatible with Warmachine/Hordes.

Unit Health Tokens -$3.99 (set of 5 Available in 30mm, 40mm, and 50mm versions)
Precision measurement Set - $5.99
Blast Keys -$4.99


CorSec Engineering helps get your little mans to the beach without getting their feet wet with the release of their new LCA and LCM landing craft kits.



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From the release:

Our LCA kit is designed to hold standing figures and is a little deeper then it should be for that reason.

The LCM is a bit wider then scale to accommodate larger 1/48th scale tanks and the 80mm walker bases from Dust Tactics.

28mm LCA Landing Craft - $7.99
28mm LCM Landing Craft - $16.99


CorSec Engineering has some new products for Star Trek Attack Wing available over in their webshop.



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From the release:

We have a bunch of new products designed to work great with Star Trek Attack Wing!

Starship Movement Template Set - $24.99
StarShip Range Ruler - $7.99
Cloaked Mine Token Set - $3.99
Starship Omni-Stand Base - $1.69
Starship Click-Adapter Base - $1.89
Starship Firing Template - $1.99


CorSec Engingeering gets your little mans to the beach in style with their new LCVP Landing Craft, available now.



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From the release:

We have a new laser cut kit for you guys. This 28mm scale landing craft should be great for getting all your marines onto those Pacific islands or storming the beaches of Normandy. We built it to hold 11 figures on 25mm bases or 6-7 on 30mm round lipped bases. You could also cram many more models in if you don't use bases.

28mm LCVP Landing Craft Kit - $7.99


CorSec Engineering has some new patterns for their terrain mats available over in their webshop.



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From the release:

We have added a scaleless ground combat mat to our selection of mat patterns.

We have also added support for X-wing tournaments by adding a 36" by 36" square overlay option for our mats. The overlay is faded slightly to blend in with the background to allow the mat to be used with larger games or other systems.

Available in
60" by 50" - $69.99
80" by 60" - $79.99


CorSec Engineering has new token sets available for the X-Wing Miniatures game from Fantasy Flight Games.



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From the release:

We have been working hard to get a great set of tokens ready for X-wing. We now have the following sets available.

Starfighter Action Token Set -$5.99
Focus Tokens - $2.99
Evade Tokens - $2.99
Stress Tokens - $2.99
Critical Hit Tokens - $2.99
Shield Tokens - $2.99
Ion Tokens - $2.99
Starfighter Target Lock Token Set - $6.99
Starfighter Advanced Token Set - $4.99


CorSec Engineering's has posted up a new stretch goal for their Forward Operating Base Kickstarter: the perimeter fence and energy bridge.



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From the update:

FOB: Kiris is in the home stretch now and we have decided to unlock the available stretch goals. We have also added new reward levels for a 2' by 2' perimeter fence set and a 3' by 3' perimeter fence with two towers.


CorSec Engineering shows off an unboxing video for their Forward Operating Base: Kiris terrain set that they've got on Kickstarter.



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From the update:

We have done a short video showing off what comes in the packs for the FOB: Kiris kits. We have also done some 360 degree photos of all the building as well as the painted versions of the Perimeter fence walls and tower.


CorSec Engineering has some new laser-cut dials available over in their webshop.



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From the update:

We have adapted our starfighter dial designs to be more universal and even added a few etched designs. Every design has an option for 0-9 or 1-12. We have 6 designs currently covering all the major nations from WWII as well as a casualty dial. There is also an option for a blank dial.

Price: $1.99 each


CorSec Engineering previewed these a couple days back. Well, now they've launched their Kickstarter campaign in order to fund their new 28mm sci-fi terrain pieces.



From the campaign:

Forward Operating Base: Kiris is now funding on Kickstarter! This laser cut 28mm Sci Fi Terrain features new techniques to overcome the limitations of regular MDF terrain. Finally some laser cut Sci Fi terrain with curves!


CorSec Engineering is showing off some painted buildings that will be available in their upcoming Kickstarter campaign.



From the preview:

We are finalizing the details on the kickstarter so we decided to give a sneak peak and show off all the painted pics of the buildings.


CorSec Engineering has more products available out there to help you X-Wing Miniatures players with a new universal dial, location markers and a firing template.



From the announcement:

We have several new items that should be handy for X-wing players

Starfighter Universal Dials: $2.99
Starfighter Location Marker Set: $3.99
Large Starfighter Firing Template: $2.99


CorSec Engineering has new "pinned" tokens for when your little mans just have to hit the dirt and keep their heads down.



From the announcement:

This new set of tokens is a great way to mark morale or wounds on a formation or figure. They are made from translucent red acrylic and are 1.8" thick.

Price: $5.99


CorSec Engineering helps keep your X-Wing Minis Game templates and cards organized with their new template/deck holder.



From the announcement:

This template holder is designed to work with any acrylic template set as well as the cardboard tokens that come with the X-Wing core set. It also features a holder for the damage deck that fits the cards sleeved or not.

Sold unassembled.

Price: $14.99


CorSec Engineering continues to make their omni stands even more omni with these new releases.



From the update:

New Omni-Stand releases for June.

Telescoping Rod with Gimbal (Flat) - $3.99
Telescoping Rod with Gimbal (Screw) - $4.99

Round Etched Bases with 30 degree firing arcs

30mm - $1.34
40mm - $1.64
50mm - $1.69
60mm - $1.74

Oval Bases

Small Oval (75mm by 25mm) - $1.39
Large Oval (120mm by 90mm) - $3.99


CorSec Engineering has their game mats now available in 80"x60".



From the announcement:

We have added a new size option for our gaming mats. We have also updated our shipping policies on the mats.

80" by 60" - $79.99
60" by 50" - $69.99


CorSec Engineering is has some new terrain sets they've now got available over in their webshop.



From the update:

These Modern terrain kits are a great addition to your next zombie or modern military game. They are a combination of Styrene and MDF and come unassembled and unpainted.

Shopping Mall Stores:
Standard - $16.99
Extended Roof -$17.99
Corner - $24.99

Convenience Store - $29.99
Gas Station Island - $24.99
Fast Food Restaurant - $59.99


CorSec Engineering gives you some help in applying those magnets to your minis with their new Magnet Applicator Tool.



From the release:

We have a new tool that should help tame those pesky magnets. This device allows you to put a magnet precisely where you want it without getting glue everywhere or messing with tweezers.

Simply press the plunger to reveal the steel rod inside. Pickup the magnet and move it into place. Once you release the plunger the steel rod retracts into the brass casing and lets go of the magnet. You don't even have to wait for the glue to try! Great for epoxy users.

The tool is designed to work with large and small magnets. All the way down to 1/8"! You can use if for even smaller magnets but you'll have to wait for the glue to dry or else they will be retracted into the tool with the steel rod.
Price: $7.99