Friday of a 3-day weekend! WOOOOOOO!!!
I’ve already been seeing quite a lot of pictures from downtown as many of my friends make their way to Dragon*Con. But that’s far from the only convention going on this weekend. It seems like there’s like 4-5 of them going on. So, if you want to get your gaming on, you can certainly find a place to do it. Mine will likely be at my place or a friend’s house (no, I don’t want to fight the traffic downtown, thakyouverymuch). But whatever you do, you should stock up on some bite-sized gaming stories.
Today on the platter we have: Gaddis Gaming TableTopper 2.0 on Kickstarter, Precision Pivoting Arcs Up On Kickstarter, New Legionary Hunter Pattern Jump Packs From Kromlech, New Chaos Legionary Maces Available From Kromlech, and Menhir Games Previews Unnatural: Horror Creatures Kickstarter.
Thanks to you guys, we were able to get the Gaddis Gaming TableTopper™ off the ground and into production back in 2015. Since then, we’ve learned a few things, received great feedback, and are more eager than ever to take this to the next level.
Karl here from Sacramento, California. Since early this year I have been designing and testing different ways to enhance the experience for games that include this mechanic. I have been working with gamers, like you and me, all over the world to bring the most important details to the piece, such as the current question of degrees vs line of sight, or both. Take a look and see how this piece can up your game. Thank you so much!
we have a new release 🙂
Legionary Hunter Pattern Jump Pack
This set contains five Legionary Hunter Pattern Jump Packs designed to fit heavily armoured assault troopers in 28mm heroic scale.
today we have another product for you 🙂
Chaos Legionary Maces
Now those looks so awesome that I can already imagine crushed skulls, cracked bones and vows for chaos gods with those maces held high into the sky.
On Monday 4, Menhir Games is launching their new Kickstarter campaign.
“Unnatural: Horror Creatures” brings incommodious presences to your RPG and Wargames tables in the shape of ill anthropomorphous beings in 28mm – 1/56 scale made of resin and/or metal.
This set of models and personalities are part of Magrieb, the fantasy setting from Menhir Games (under develpment) and features “The Bio-Engineer”, a powerfull renegade Channeller and its horde of its own creation.