Well, despite Wednesday and Thursday trying to pull a fast one on me by making me think it was Friday when it really wasn’t (seriously, I worked much of yesterday thinking it was Friday, despite posting up a Terrain Corner…), the real Friday has stood up. As we make our way to the weekend, it’s a good opportunity to stock up on some bite-size gaming stories.
Today for you we have: Red Panda Miniatures Posts New Wander Artwork, Dungeon Crawler Miniatures Running Behemoth Miniature Kickstarter, Khurasan releases 18mm WSS Bavarians, Cromatica Models Launches WWII German Fieseler 105 LutfKrieger Fighter Kickstarter, and Brigade Models Release new 6MM SF Vehicles.
Friday, glorious gatekeeper to the weekend. For many of us, just a couple more hours until we, giddy as schoolchildren, run out of our offices and into several blissful days of doing… just… whatever the hell we want.
Friday also means a bit of a smorgasbord of bite-sized stories we’ve collected.
In this batch we have: Artana Launches The Best Damn Gaming Coins Ever…Two Kickstarter, Dungeon Crawler Minis Kickstarter: The Behemoth, DrunkQuest Kickstarter Stretch Goals announced, Imaginative Miniatures New Releases, Releases for September from The Ion Age, Alkemny’s Kickstarter to Launch Next Month, Warsenal Limited Edition Unit Markers for Infinity, Dark Art Studios Posts Autumn Releases, Khurasan releases 18mm WSS Austrians/Imperials, and Brigade Models Release 15mm Indonesian Grav Tanks.
Gifted Vision is going to put extra minis in everyone’s order if they can reach certain numbers of backers for their Dungeon Crawler Minis Kickstarter campaign.
Oct 3rd will be the last day. If we can get 500 Backers to support us, we’ll put in an extra random mini, if we can get 1,000 Backers we’ll put in 3 extra random minis! The best way for this to happen is to get as many gamers involved as possible. The minis will be from our completed campaign goals. By “random”, we mean we’ll probably have a vote on which ones to add on.
Dungeon Crawler Miniatures got one of their sets reviewed over on Play Board Games. It was the Townsfolk and Omens set.
From the review:
Previously I told you about the Dungeon Crawler Miniatures, From the Depths series. Since then two more sets have been released, Townfolk and Omens.