We’re halfway there, everyone. Midway point of the week. The weekend’s coming ever-closer. Hopefully you have some sort of gaming plans scheduled. I mean, it’s the weekend. Don’t want to just be sitting at home doing nothing (though, actually, there’s something to be said about that from time to time, too). Well, no matter what you do, we need to finish up this week first. So let’s get some energy via bite-sized gaming stories.
Today on the platter we have: Brigade Models Release Updated Japanese Aeronef, Black Earth 28mm tabletop wargame launches on IndieGoGo in February, Purgatory is entering the final 2 weeks of Pledge Manager, Krakon Games Kickstart their Scum & Smuggler characters, Latest Releases Available From Dark Sword Miniatures, New Legionary Releases From Kromlech, Ludus Magnus Studio Announces Sine Tempore Board Game, Tabletop Tyrant Miniatures Cases Up On Kickstarter, New Releases Available From Victoria Miniatures, Khurasan releases 15mm T-64BV Tank, and Hardwood deck boxes with Illuminated artwork on Kickstarter.
Ok, so it’s not exactly “night” yet… unless you’re East of here. So those of you in Europe might consider it night.
I’m getting off track. Anyway, it’s Saturday and hopefully you’re getting your gaming groove on.
We’ve got a collection of the review articles we found during the week and present them to you now.
In this edition, we have reviews/previews of: Doomtown: Reloaded, Mysterium, Between Two Cities, Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition Dungeon Master’s Guide, Sanssouci, Mythtopia, The Tyrant and Dreadnought Army Cases from Tabletop Tyrant, Oh My Gods!, Iron Kingdoms: Unleashed Adventure Kit, and Specter Ops.
Pins of War takes a look at the Tabletop Tyrant Squire figure case for carrying around your little mans and gives you his thoughts on the subject.
From the article:
My miniature collection grows, thus I need storage. Since I already own a few cases from Tabletop Tyrant, such as my trusty Kingmaker (behind the books in the pic above), I was more than happy to see Tabletop’s newest addition, the Squire Plastic Figure Case.
Pretty much the same size as Tabletop Tyrant’s “half-size” Kingmaker, it replaces the black material case for a sturdy plastic exterior. One (or more) of those should be really useful in storing larger miniature collections (e.g. Warhammer 40K).
Pins of War knows transporting minis is important and so they’re letting you know how they feel about the Tabletop Tyrant Kingmaker Figure Case, just in case it would be the perfect case for you.
From the review:
Tabletop Tyrant is a new range of light-weight, competitively priced Miniature Figure Cases from the UK.
Pins of War looks at the “half-sized” Kingmaker Figure Case. Great customization, light-weight and very affordable.
The online tool for configuring the foam trays was particularly helpful.