Space 1889

By Polar_Bear
In Alternate History
Sep 18th, 2017
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It’s never easy when a loved one is lost to us quickly and tragically. Unfortunately, such is the case for Lady Edith Tillington. Her husband had been on board the ship London Bridge when it went down in the deserts of Mars. Now, she would like to get his remains in order for a proper […...
By Polar_Bear
In Alternate History
Aug 23rd, 2017
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In the real world, Venus is a hellish planet. Rivers of iron. Clouds of sulfuric acid. Incinerating heat. It’s not a place you’d want to walk around on. However, the Venus in the Space 1889 universe is a bit more hospitable to life. And if you’d like to go there, Modiphius has relea...
By Polar_Bear
In Accessories
Jul 12th, 2017
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Though Mars is dry and dusty now, it is still full of various forms of life. At least, in Space 1889 it is. The jury is still out if there’s any life on it in the real world. But anyway, you can’t really travel there now, but you can in the game, so let’s just […]...
By Polar_Bear
In Alternate History
Aug 8th, 2013
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Clockwork Goblin Games is showing off a 3D render of The Explorer for their Space 1889 line. From the preview: Somehow I forgot to post this last week- the second Space 1889 miniature! There will be one change to him as his rifle barrel is a little thin for its length, but otherwise he is […]...
By Polar_Bear
In Alternate History
Jul 26th, 2013
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Chronicle City has posted up some new announcements and stretch goals for their Space 1889 Kickstarter campaign. From the update: Thanks to you all we have just passed our second Stretch Goal – an all-new 32 page adventure called “Thunders of Venus” which is being penned by Steve Long. This not...
By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Aug 22nd, 2012
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RAFM Miniatures has launched an IndieGoGo campaign for their Space 1889 figures line. From the campaign: RAFM Miniatures has been producing Space: 1889 Miniatures since the game’s inception in 1988. The line has met with critical success but needs to undergo major improvement to bring it up to ...
By tgn_admin
In News
Aug 8th, 2011
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The Space 1889 blog has photos of more 15mm VSF figures being produced by Highlander Studios....
By tgn_admin
In News
Jul 17th, 2011
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The Space 1889 blog has photos of painted examples of the 15mm Space 1889 figures from Highlander Studios. From their website: Last week I attended Historicon in Valley Forge, PA. Rod Campbell of Highlander Studios was unable to attend due to illness in the family, but he sent me some master figures ...