Scale Games launches Fallen Frontiers Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
May 31st, 2014

Scale Games launched their Fallen Frontiers Kickstarter campaign. Check out this new sci-fi skirmish game.

Fallen Frontiers


From the campaign:

Fallen Frontiers is a miniature game, set in a futuristic sci-fi society where humans have colonized much of the galaxy, and have found powerful energy sources and intelligent life forms with advanced technology.

In the universe of Fallen Frontiers different factions fight to control both planets and their strategic resources in order to proliferate in a galaxy that holds lots of secrets. The players assume control of an army of a faction that can be shaped up as they wish by choosing troops, characters and cards that best adapt to their game style.

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  • Chameleon

    “Ares Condominium”? Is that with 2 or 3 baths?

  • Lexthilian

    This looks like Unreal Tournament the miniatures game. Not that that is a bad thing. The miniatures look very cool.

  • KelRiever

    It looks better than most. For a moment it makes me wish that I opted to get funding for a game. But in the end, I don’t see how these things can really be career makers for most people. And if they are, chances to make a comfortable living in gaming, as much fun as it is, look pretty slim.

    A person is probably better off becoming an executive, and totally corporate replacing people who make the game, then milking the game company for all its worth so they can personally profit. Like GW 😉

  • I like the minis and the rules sound interesting. But, the scales a bit big and the material is undecided/ unconfirmed (they are after hard plastic ideally).

    Also, a pet hate is that the text on the KS page needs proof reading. It always strikes me that when asking someone to give over money its best to present as professional image as possible with a fine eye for detail. If a company lets something as basic as grammar and the flow of their writing enter the public domain then what details have they missed on something more complex.

    Still, worth keeping an eye on, if only out of interest.

  • estrus

    *officer dammit