The work week continues on. As we make our way towards the weekend, the mind turns to gaming (at least, mind does). And seeing as much of the time, that gaming takes the form of a minis game or an RPG, it also means I’m thinking about terrain. You want your tables to look good, right? Right! So let’s help with that.
In today’s Terrain Corner we have: New releases from Terrakami Games, New Badlands Terrain From Angry Mojo Games, Dragonlock 2: Fantasy Village Terrain Up On Kickstarter, and Dust Town: Pwork Wargames Fantasy Gaming Mat Now Available.
Well… it was worth the wait. We find ourselves once more in Saturday.
Anyway, let’s get to the various review articles we’ve bee coming across recently. I present to you the Review Roundup.
This week we have articles on: Dark Stories, Hunt: The Unknown Quarry, Hengist, Mystery! Motive for Murder, Porta Nigra, A Study in Emerald, One Night Revolution, Bountytown, Zombie Tower 3D, Fall of Magic, Terrakami Games MagLev Train MkII, Seven7s Card Game, Warfighter, and Phantom Fury.
Hello there, all you gaming friends out there in gamer-land! Seems for the moment that it’s actually going to be a bit winter-like here in Atlanta. At least for a couple days. No, it’s not like the winters I remember in Chicago, but if we had a winter like that down here, this place would never dig out of that. The whole state would shut down until June. It would be a nightmare.
However, a blizzard’s-worth of reviews here today is just fine. (Because transitions!)
Today we’ve got articles on: X-Wing Miniatures Game, Star Wars Armada, Imperial Assault, Conflict of Heroes – The Eastern Front Solo Expansion, Queen’s Necklace, Terrakami Games Sci-Fi Containers, Crusader A15 by Rubicon Models, Bountytown, Between Two Cities, Bad Beets, Ultimate Warriorz, Jamaica, The Gallerist, Mombasa, Ninja Camp, Shakespeare, Cthulhu Realms, Eternal Dynasty, Outer Earth, Fool’s Gold, and Dark Age Z.
It’s Monday again, dear TGN readers. For some of you, it’s Labor Day (or Labour Day for you Canadians). So this is generally considered a “better Monday than most.” I, of course, am here in the office, searching for gaming news to share with you (and you damn-well better appreciate it! *shakes fist* 😛 ).
Anyway, seeing as it is Monday, that means it’s time for a Terrain Corner feature.
In today’s installment we have: Welcome September and new Releases From Escenografia Epsilon, Brigade Models Release More 6mm SF Desert Buildings, First teaser video of Post Apocalypse Terrain From Battle Systems, New Pwork Wargames Battleboard release: Industrial Ruins, New Heroic Maps release East Lynthorpe Farm – Summer & Winter, and SciFi Holo Torii and Noodle street shop available at Terrakami Games.
Friday. One of the most beloved of days. Just make it through today and the weekend is your reward. Hopefully you’ve got some gaming lined up. I’m going to be playing some D&D. I’ve got a bard named Lead, because he’s heavy metal, man! *devil horns*
Anyway, as is our custom, we’ve collected some bite-sized stories and offer them to you now.
In this batch, we’ve got: Final Days for Guild Ball Mats on Indiegogo, MidKnight Heroes Previews Kickstarter Stretch Goals, Maelstrom’s Edge Coming to Kickstarter Soon, Ramshackle Games Releases New 20mm bikes, New SciFi container crane from Terrakami Games, New Spray Varnish from The Army Painter, Some more editions of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, Sally 4th Releases Pulp Figures British Range, New 32mm Bases from Tabletop-Art, Manorhouse Workshop Modular Underground Terrain Update #23, New Memethings templates from Advanced Deployment, and Greebo Previews Upcoming Oriental Dwarf team.
Terrakami Games has some new token pieces and sci-fi consoles available over in their webshop.
From the release:
Consoles and markers available on the web store!
-Order tokens set (21 units): 5.95 euro
-Alien Console 01: 3,25 euro
-SciFi Console 01: 1,95 euro
-SciFi Console 02 (Mini marker): 1,95 euro (2 units)
-SciFi Console 03 (Tac-Desk): 2,50 euro
Terrakami Games gives you even more sci-fi terrain options with the release of the Mk2 version of their MagLev Train set.
From the announcement:
The Mk2 MagLev Train is now released on our web store (www.terrakami.com). The complete kit (125 cm total length) is available for 49.90 euros and includes:
-2 locomotives with acrylic objective console pieces.
(The sprue also includes stencil templates to add more details to the cabins)
-4 cargo wagons.
-Connection magnets (round 4x2mm), 20 units.
(Also available each component alone)
Full compatible with our container range.
Terrakami brings you scenery for less greenery.
Well, it sounded cool in my head anyway (which is actually killing me right now, so that might be part of it).
From the launch:
Terrakami Games is showing their new Low-Cost range, allowing you to bury your miniatures in cover. Sci-fi cargo boxes and containers for scenery or objective markers to fight for.
Cargo Boxes 30mm —- 8 units— 7.50 euros.
Cargo Boxes 25mm — 12 units— 9.50 euros
Cargo Boxes 40x20mm — 10 units— 9.50 euros
Low Cost Container M (100mm long) — 2 units — 5.80 euros
Low Cost Container L (150mm long) — 2 units — 7.80 euros
Terrakami Games is showing off the hover train terrain piece they’ve been working on that’ll be available over in their webshop soon.
From the preview:
Maglev train finally arrived to Paradiso! our model is almost finished and will be available in our web store on December 27th along a restock of the full catalogue. It will come with 2 locomotives plus 4 cargo wagons and the price will be 65 euro for this 120cm scenery pack!
Tractor units will come with fully playable interiors and include objective consoles.
Catch the train!
Terrakami Games is a new terrain-making miniatures company that’s got their website up and running and have their first pieces available over in their webshop.
From them to you:
Terrakami is a brand new Spanish company, producing laser cut MDF and acrylic wargaming accessories and scenery. We are veteran players and all our products will be produced with main objective of being game-friendly and adapted for several systems.
Our first range will be focused on futuristic 28mm, from manga Sci-Fi to grim dark futures where there is only war…
Welcome to Terrakami!