Friday Snippets

And we’ve arrived. Friday. Such a great feeling. The weekend is just ahead with all the possibilities that it brings. I hope you’ve got some gaming lined up for yours. It is the perfect time for such things, after all.

Friday also brings us a new batch of bite-sized stories.

This group includes: Brigade Models – new 15mm SF Utility Vehicles, Khurasan releases 15mm Stryker, Raid & Trade: War on the Streets Coming to Kickstarter, Wisdom from the Wastelands Issue #51: Mutated Animal/Plant Genotypes, Fat Goblin Games to release new Shadows over Vathak Corebooks, Orctober Speshuls From Kromlech, 2015 Update for “Spiel in Essen” App by Gioconomicon.net, Ancient Samnites Previewed at Victrix, Contemptor Pattern Volkite Culverin Available to order from Forge World, and Spawn of Sharktipede Up on Kickstarter.

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Final hours for Sharktipede

Sharktipede only has just over a day left on their Kickstarter campaign. They’ve come quite a long way, adding 2 more monsters as they went. If you want in on the action, better get going.
… Hmmm… *wonders how long it’ll be before Sharktipedenado…*

Sharktipede

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From the campaign:

Help me to bring the most terrifying creature ever to walk or swim on the planet to life!!!

New Monsters join the Sharktipede

Shartipede is nearing the finish, but not without bringing two new monsters into the melee.

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From the campaign:

Hey everybody!

Only 9 days left on this bad boy and we’ve done SO well!! Just shy of 300% and you cannot believe how grateful i am to you all. You are making my dream come true and its an amazing feeling.

Update on the add-ons:
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TGN Interview – Five Questions with Clint Maclean, Creator of Sharktipede

TGN’s Enrico Nardini risks the jaws of death to interview Clint MacLean, the creator of the Sharktipede, now terrorizing Kickstarter!

Nom! Nom! Nom!
Nom! Nom! Nom!

Let’s hope Enrico doesn’t get eaten in the process.

TGN Interviews

So get ready for another TGN Interview. This time it’s all about Sharktipede.
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