Happy freakin' Friday and stuff.
That's how we greet each other here at the office (though that version above might be cleaned up some). Seeing as it's Friday, I hope you've got some cool weekend plans. Some of my friends are headed up to another friend's mancave-gamer-basement-of-doom. I've got a spoopy D&D game (just because it's not actually October doesn't mean you can't start the spoop early). And so, if it's not too early for tricks and treats, lets treat ourselves to some bite-sized gaming stories.
Today on the platter we have: WizKids Releases New Magic: The Gathering Token Miniatures, Dungeonfog Releases Dynamic Lighting System, and New Pulp Alley Releases Available From Sally 4th.
Bring your Magic: The Gathering Battlefield to life with Creature Forge. Measuring up to 55 mm in height, each highly detailed Creature Forge token figure comes with a base representing one of the five iconic colors that make the foundation of Magic’s mana system. Mainstays like artifacts and Multicolored creatures can also be found in the set, each with their own unique corresponding colored base. Collect well-known token creatures from Magic’s 25-year history, like the Angel, Dragon, Spider, Zombie and more! Many of the tokens include translucent parts and all come as never-before-seen three-dimensional representations!
Collect all 28 Creature Forge tokens from this inaugural release!
We have released our new Dynamic Lighting System (DLS).
We are incredibly proud of this new update, because it not only adds a great tool for more atmospheric maps, but with our unique approach to prop shadow rendering, we now can simulate almost realistic shadows out of any two-dimensional prop.
September is a great month for Pulp gaming fans. Pulp Alley have 4 lovely new packs of miniatures, a scenario of the month based on Agatha Christie's Murder at the Gallops and a new an improved fortune deck. These are all available from Sally 4th and Pulp Alley themselves.