Hello there, beautiful TGN readers. And welcome once more to Saturday. Hopefully you’re getting some gaming in, or are going to be getting some gaming in at some point today. It seems only right.
Let us know what you’ve been getting up to with this great hobby of ours.
Being Saturday, we have our batch of review articles we’ve found over the week.
This week we have reviews of: Trajan, Warmachine/Hordes, The Witcher Adventure Game on iOS, Fidelitas, Parfum, Super Dungeon Explore: Forgotten King, Gripping Beast Plastic Saxon Thegns, Quantum Gothic sci-fi Terrain Pieces, and Letters from Whitechapel.
Hey everyone. I hope your weekend is going well. My Saturday was spent with some good friends that I don’t get to see nearly enough, talking about glorious moments from games past, listening to some humorous gaming radio-plays, getting into wacky hijinks, and just generally being odd (while mostly listening to hair metal, because why not?).
As for today, it’s time to serve up some bite-sized stories to you.
In this batch we have:
Heer46 Indiegogo Kampagne 1943 Kharkov is online
Heroic Maps – Summoning Rooms Terrain Maps Released
Quantum Gothic: Large Power Generator Module V2K resin kit back on line
Manorhouse Workshop Update #31 – Modular Underground Project – compatible with Dwarven Forge items
Slaughterloo 200th Anniversary Special Coming 15th June 2015
Post Captain sailing soon from Old Dominion GameWorks
Age of Sail clear acrylic ship bases with etched wakes preview from Old Dominion GameWorks
Fury: Outburst Control is coming to Kickstarter June 10th
Acheson Creations Releases WW1 Alpine Trench Section #3
Gangfight Games Previews Werecatcher for Blackwater Gulch
Brigade Models Release Several New 15mm Packs
TGN is happy to have some great reviewers we can call on to check out items we get into the office. We’re also happy to get a first look at a new company’s products. This review combines both, as the Miniature Mistress gives us an exclusive review of Quantum Gothic’s Dogs of War mini.
So it’s about time for another TGN Review. This time it’s the Miniature Mistress reviewing the Dogs of War from Quantum Gothic.
We’ve made it to another Wednesday. The previous weekend is as far away as the next one is. Some comment about camels.
Hopefully the week has been treating you well.
Anyway, we’ve got some of those bite-sized stories to give you. In this installment there’s: Angry Mojo Games opens up Webshop, Brigade Models Releases New British Spaceships, Menhir Games posts new renders for KStarter stretch goals, Beasties & Bygones posts Jester Class preview, Quantum Gothic re-releases Quantum Cannon and Sentry-platform twin gun systems/rocket v1, some more sessions of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, New Army Men Combat Update from One Page Rules, Acheson Creations Releases new Skull Tower, 15mm Hades Ghost Team has been released by ClearHorizon Miniatures, Manorhouse Workshop Update #20 Modular Underground Project, and EZPainter Price adjustments.
Quantum Gothic has their first ever 32mm mini available to pre-order over in their webshop. The first of their Dogs of War line, this sci-fi mini can be used as a substitute model for several game lines. That could easily be a power fist and melee weapon he’s wielding. Limited to just 60 in the webshop, you’d better act fast if you’d like one.
From the release: Continue reading
Quantum Gothic has their website back up and running, plus they have a new piece of terrain to show off the Power Generator.
And the news in the raw:
The Quantum Gothic website and shop are now finally back online. While still going through a few fixes and testings the shop is now ready to take orders.
In addition we’d like to announce a new release for our scenery range:
Power Generator V2K modular.
This is a step up from our PW800 and comes in two different kits: a main V2K Generator kit and a V2K Module extension kit.
We’ll let the images do the rest of the talk! Enjoy!
Quantum Gothic have posted a preview of their 28mm sci-fi terrain releases for April 2011.
From their announcement:
Highly detailed junk section barricades : Straight section 99 mm – Left/Right sections 92 mm each. Depth 30 mm. Average height 32 mm.
Sentry Gunner 2
Automated Twin Gunned Sentry Rifle – Laser – Flamer are the new Sentry Gun options soon available to buy.
Release date set for the 1st of April 2011. Pricing will be made public on day of release.
Also we have a note to make:
April Shipping Delays – Due to unforeseen events all orders placed after the 7th April 2011 will start shipping from May 2011.
Apologies for any inconveniences this may cause. Thank you.