Year 2010


Basra 1946 AE-WWII Campaign Supplement available at Gen Con

Basra 1946Darkson Designs will have a limited number of copies of their Basra 1946 Campaign Supplement for AE-WWII available for sale at Gen Con Indy.

From their announcement:
Our newest release will be available in limited quantities at GenCon 2010. AE-WWII Basra: 1946 – The Desert War. 8.5? x 11? 108 pages SRP $34.99

Basra: 1946 is a campaign supplement for AE-WWII. This book expands the unit choices available to all factions in the game. Detailed rules for using and combating tanks in the game are also included. The story behind the campaign lets players expand their games in new directions along the alternate timeline.

AE-WWII: Basra 1946 Campaign Supplement Contains:
• New historical units and background for British and German forces
• New weird war units for the game
• Rules for fighting in desert environments
• Rules for customizing tanks and other vehicles in the game
• Background on the desert war and the alternate timeline for the Iraqi conflict in 1946
• Three different campaigns representing the different sides of the story in Basra: 1946
• New hero choices, new special orders, and more


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Ex illis monster base teaser

Bastion have sent images of the base for an upcoming monster figure for Ex illis. The figure will be on display at Gen Con Indy.



From their announcement:
We've got something huge coming, and it stands on this.

This is a base for our next monster, our miniatures use a 28mm scale range. To give you a more precise idea, this base has an approximate diameter of 5 inches.

Want to see the whole thing? Come check it out in our booth #1109 at GenCon.

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Secret Skeleton Miniatures post new preview

Secret Skeleton Miniatures have sent a photo of the green for their new Sahuagin miniature. No word on a release date for the figure.

Sahuagin WIP

From their announcement:
We have decided to wipe the slate clean and start all over with our Sea Devils (or Sahuagin) and here are the results. Sculpted by Patrick Keith, this is the first of an intended line of these murky foes.

Beyond just these raider types, we will have Sahuagin priestess, shark riders, and of course, a four-armed baron.
We also having growing lines of frog men, lizardmen, dark elves, and skeletons.

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Crooked Dice preview Scary Statues

Crooked Dice have posted a photo of the greens for their upcoming 28mm Scary Statues. Scary Statues From their website:
So in an appropriately timey-whimey fashion, we have adjusted the release schedule and can now offer you C1, C2 and C3 - Scary Statues. Amongst catacombs and graveyards lie these carvings. Silent and patient, they watch and wait, ready to animate and pounce on unsuspecting adventurers or lonely travellers. We love these and hope you will too. They come in two parts - body and (a generic set of) wings and are going off for mastering next week. They will be available for pre-orders in a couple of weeks, with these being available individually and as a three pack. Prices to follow once we have agreed mould arrangements. Release is planned for mid September, but we will confirm as production progresses.
Check out their forum for a larger photo as well as news of some other releases coming soon.
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Perry's accepting Go Strong into the Desert pre-orders

Go Strong coverPerry Miniatures are now accepting pre-orders for Go Strong into the Desert, The Mahdist Uprising in the Sudan 1881-1885 A Military History and Uniform Guide. From their announcement: Following the string of disasters which befell the Egyptian military in the Sudan from 1881-1884, the Mahdist Uprising obliged a reluctant London government to deploy an array of distinguished officers and regiments. The ensuing string of battles proved to be hercule struggles encompassing some of the most fascinating episodes in nineteenth century military history. Amongst many other incidents Go Strong into the Desert recalls gallant but reckless cavalry charges, the breaking of a British square, the epic struggle to reach Khartoum in time and the heroic death of General Gordon. Throughout it all the courage displayed by both the Sudanese ansari and the British ‘Tommy’ was never less than astonishing. From the beginning of Muhammad Ahmad’s struggle at Aba Island to the repulse of the Mahdist invasion of southern Egypt in December 1885, Colonel Mike Snook offers his readers comprehensive yet fast paced coverage of a brutal and bloody war. 216 pages packed full of contemporary images both colour and black and white. Out late August 2010 Price £25 + p&p. Postage and packing- UK £3, Europe £5, Rest of the World £9
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A video introduction to Dust Tactics

Fantasy Flight Games have posted a video overview of the Dust Tactics miniatures boardgame. From their website:
On Thursday, August 5th at 10am, Dust Tactics will debut to tens of thousands of excited Gen Con attendees in Indianapolis, Indiana. At that very moment, four competitors will officially kick-off the Dust Tactics Gen Con Skirmish at the Fantasy Flight Games’ Event Hall (ICC : 125), and the first open demos of Dust Tactics will begin at our booth (#720). If you’re interested in purchasing Dust Tactics, the game will be released for sale on Thursday, August 5th at 4pm. Just stop by the FFG Retail booth (#811) and pick up a copy of your very own.   To whet your appetite until you enjoy your own first game of this incredible new release, we’re excited to present the following introduction to the exciting world of Dust Tactics.

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Mantic Games announces Kings of War ruleset and starter box

Mantic Games have announced a new starter set for use with their new fantasy rules written by Alessio Cavatore. Starter Set From their website:
Mantic Games has gotten gaming legend Alessio Cavatore to write the rule set for their Kings of War fantasy miniatures game, set to release on October 22nd with the Mhorgoth's Revenge starter set. The set contains over 100 miniatures for the Undead and Dwarf armies;
  • King of War Ruleset
  • Dice
  • 25 Dwarf Ironclad Warriors including Command
  • 20 Ironwatch
  • 1 Ironbelcher with crew
  • 20 Skeletons including Command
  • 10 Revenants
  • 10 Ghouls
  • 15 Zombies
  • 1 Balefire Catapult with crew
  • Undead and Dwarf Poster Guides
  • Undead Sticker Sheets
  • 3 Mantic Points
  • 20mm bases
  • Large Mantic Carry Case with Protective Foam
In addition, the first 1000 copies of the Battleset will also contain a free Mantic Journal with painting guide and assembly tips, and the first 100 copies of the Battleset will be signed by Alessio.

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Corvus Belli adds YouTube channel

Corvus Belli have added a channel on YouTube with introductory videos for Infinity. From their website:
Greetings. We are glad to introduce you to the new Corvus Belli Youtube channel. In the next days we will be uploading videos that will show the rules and background of “Infinity the Game”. These videos were made to be shown as an introductory help and tutorial for new players and costumers, they will show some of the most basic rules of the game and the generic looks and fluff of the armies. We hope you enjoy them and share through the internet to your friends and people interested in Infinity and miniature games. Remember that you can activate or deactivate the captions using the “CC” button in the lower right corner of the video.

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New stock and Re-stocks at Angel Barracks

Angel Barracks have received new products and a restock of some of their existing products. super mini d6 From their announcement:
We have some K&M trees in stock, perfect for the 6mm gamer. These can be found on the scenery page. We have also re-stocked the super mini d6, which are great as counters or just as very small dice for very small figures. These are on the dice page unsurprisingly. Back to K&M for some scatter material that is again great for the 6mm gamer as it is made of robust fine grains that do not look big against 6mm men. This is on the sundries page. Plus there are few other new bits and bobs here and there. Why not go take a peek.

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