You've been raiding around the North Sea for a while, probably, in Raiders of the North Sea. At least, that's the idea in the game. But what comes next? What comes after you've raided and want to explore more of the world? That's where The North Sea Epilogues comes in. It's a new RPG from Renegade Game Studios and Garphill Games that lets you go down into the game and play as your own viking warrior. Pre-orders are being taken now.
In the far-flung future, humanity has reached out into the stars, sending explorers all over in search of finding neighbors in our galactic city. And we have done just that. The planet has been found with three different societies on it, and it's our duty to go down and meet with them, learn from them, trade with them, and ensure peace. That's the story behind Ciradians: First Light, a new dice-placement game from Garphill Games that's up on Kickstarter now.
I also wish you would read all of these review articles.
Actually, you don't really have to read all of them, but they're here if you want to check 'em out. ;)
This week we have: Dragon Pets, Too Many Bones, Circle the Wagons, Shipwrights of the North Sea, The Ruhr: A Story of Coal, Pile-Up Rush, and Summit.
Anyway, we've got a selection of bite-sized stories for you.
In this batch of Snippets we have: Purgatory Miniatures Previews First Model, Some Installments of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, Back in Business Warmodelling now is Battlemodels, Oddzial Osmy’s 3mm July Releases Arrive at PicoArmor, and Lords of the World Fantasy Miniatures Previewed.
There's just over a day or so to go until the time runs out, and still more stuff to unlock.
From the campaign:
From the campaign:
Shipwrights of the North Sea is set in the early years of the Viking Age, circa 1000 AD. As Viking shipwrights, players compete to build the greatest fleet on the North Sea. Players must collect oak, wool and iron, as well as getting other craftsmen on board to help. Gold is a precious commodity, and must be spent wisely. As you would expect, the island is filled with an array of characters, bad and worse. Better hope they're on your side!