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Train Heist

Woo! Saturday! Woo!
As you're reading this, I'm over at the LGS, hanging out and just taking it easy. I'm hoping you're doing much the same (or have done so and are just reading this later, as I am typing this earlier). Either way, I hope you're able to make good use out of the day.

As for reviews. Of course we have those for you.

Today we have: Anachrony, Elo Darkness, Don't Mess With Cthulhu, Dragoon, Test of Honour Samurai Warband, Wreck and Ruin, Lignum, Downforce, Go Nuts for Donuts, Age of Rivals iOS, 1846: Race for the Midwest, Train Heist, and Posthuman.

It's great to see a Kickstarter game make it to general release. That's what we've got here, as Train Heist, which was originally run on Kickstarter from Tower Guard Games, will be seeing a wide release to gaming outlets via their teaming up with Cryptozoic. In the game, the players must work together to thwart the plans of a corrupt sheriff who is in league with the rich citizens of Notting County who are looking to rip off the other townspeople.
There's little worse than when you find out that those you entrusted to take care of you are secretly looking to do you over. Well, the corrupt Sheriff and the rich people of Notting County are looking to do just that. They want to steal all of the townsfolk's money. But there's still some shining stars of virtue in the old west, and it's time to rob a train... for the good of the people. That's the story behind Train Heist. Tower Guard Games initially ran a successful Kickstarter for the game. Now they've teamed up with Cryptozoic to expand the game's audience and reach.
Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!

The weekend is halfway done. Hopefully you got a chance to get some gaming in, or will be doing some today. I've got some photos of minis to take. Or at least, that's the plan. We'll see if that actually happens, what with other various whatnots to attend to on a weekend such as this.

Anyway, here's some more bite-sized stories to nibble on while you do your Sunday thing.

In this batch, we've got: Several more editions of The Fiver from The Meeple Mechanic, New 15mm Terrain from Tabletop-Art, Stretch Goal Unlocked and new Add-On From Acheson Creations, Mad Robot Releases Command Squad Parts, and New Cave Maps Available from Heroic Maps.