When I want to fill my day with gaming information, I turn to a gaming magazine. They're a great way to read about all the things going on in gaming today (besides coming here, that is). And Casual Game Insider's latest issue is now available for your downloading and reading pleasure. Head on over and get yourself a copy now.
Games Workshop, and by extension Forge World, have hit pause on production during the COVID-19 outbreak in order to help flatten the curve. But while you can't get any actual minis from them, you can still get digital content. They've got the White Dwarf archives up online for you to download, as well as audiobooks, and Warhammer Adventure items for the young'ins.
When I want to fill up my day with gaming information (more than I already do), I turn to gaming magazines. And, thankfully, just before the weekend hits, we've got a new edition of Spirit Magazine. It's free to download, so why not go check it out for yourself? That's what I'll be doing later.
When you're a GM, you want to have stuff readily available to grab at a moment's notice when needed. My last game session, for example, our party took a "right turn" when not expected and the GM had to come up with a quick encounter for us. Thankfully, they had stuff handy. And your GM can too. The Phylactery, an OSR-based RPG zine, is up on Kickstarter now. Inside it, you'll be able to find all sorts of helpful game info.
When you want to fill your day with gaming information, you can't go wrong with a gaming magazine. Game Nite Magazine has been doing that for years now, and they've got their next issue available for you to check out. You can grab your copy of issue 41 now. It's free, so why not!? I already have my copy.
Want to fill up your day with gaming information? Look no further than a gaming magazine. And one of the most-trusted is Game Nite Magazine. They've got issue 40 now available for your downloading and reading pleasure. It's 133 pages! And it's free!
When you want to fill your day with gaming information, a gaming magazine is a great place to do it. Wizards of the Coast continues their long tradition of extra information for Dungeons & Dragons with Dragon+ magazine. Issue 28 is now available. It's free to download and read, so why not take a look and see what they have to offer?
When you're looking to fill your day with gaming information, a gaming magazine's a great way to do that. "But I've already read all my copies!" Ah! But, Wargames Illustrated has come out with their November issue. *checks calendar* Uh, yeah. A bit early, but whatever works. You can order your copy now.
Gaming magazines are a fantastic way to fill your day with all things gaming. And if you're sitting there thinking, "but I've read all of mine already!", then you're in luck. Casual Game Insider issue 29 has hit the digital shelves. As always, it's got great information about a whole host of games. Why not get a copy for yourself and see?
Want to fill your day with gaming info? Are you playing in or soon to be playing in a Dungeons & Dragons game? Just interested in the system? If you answered "yes" to any of these, you should check out Dragon+ issue 27. It's available now for your downloading and reading pleasure.
We're still just under a week until October, but that's not stopping the people over at Wargames Illustrated from releasing the October issue. Seems they want it to be the spoopy month just as much as I do. Anyway, if you're looking for a way to fill your day with gaming information, it's a great way to do it.
When you want to fill up your day with gaming information, a gaming magazine is a great way to do it (besides coming here, of course). "But I've already read all the issues I have!" I hear you exclaim. Well, Game Nite Magazine just posted up issue 39. So, there you go. As always, it's filled with awesome articles and it's free. So, why not go grab yourself a copy?
When you want to fill your day with gaming information, a gaming magazine is a great way to do it. In this instance, we have the amazing (and always free) Game Nite. Issue 38 is now available for your downloading and reading pleasure, and it's filled with interviews, reviews, news, and more about everything that's going on in the gaming industry.
If you want to fill your day with gaming info, a gaming magazine is a great way to do that. And if you're a Dungeons & Dragons player, you'll always want to check out Dragon+. It's always full of new options for both players and DMs alike. Issue 26 is available now for your downloading and reading pleasure. It's free, so why not check it out?
Whe you want to fill your day with gaming information, a gaming magazine is a great way to do that. And while Casual Game Insider is still on Kickstarter, they've also put out their Summer issue for you to download and enjoy. As usual, it's filled with all manner of useful articles. Get your copy now.
Big pre-order week for Games Workshop this week. Primarily, they've got the 2019 General's Handbook for Age of Sigmar. Those that want to be up-to-date with the rules will want to check it out. There's also a host of Lord of the Rings releases, including Radagast the Brown. Finally, the latest issue of White Dwarf is available to order. And, right there on the cover, a white dwarf. Seems fitting.
It's time once more to fill up your day with gaming. Maybe you're on break at work. Or maybe you're waiting for an appointment. Or you're at the LGS waiting on friends. Wherever you are, you can download a copy of Game Nite Magazine issue 37 and read it over. It's free. So, why not?
When you want to fill your day with gaming info, a gaming magazine is an excellent way to do it. And, once more, The Campaigner is here to be that gaming magazine. Issue 28 is now available. As usual, it's absolutely packed with amazing content, with articles on items like Feudum, Fragged Empire, 3Mates Games, and more. You can get your issue now.
When you want to fill up your day with gaming information, a gaming magazine can certainly help out. For seven years now, Casual Game Insider has been bringing you amazing content. But what about year 8? That's up to you to decide. In 2 weeks, CGI will be making their way to Kickstarter in order to fund the next set of magazines.
It's time again to fill your day with gaming info. I mean, I know I already do some of that, but gaming magazines can certainly help as well. In this instance, we have Dragon+ issue 25. As usual, it's got your regular bit of Dungeons & Dragons goodness.
When you want to fill your day with gaming information, a gaming magazine is a great way to do it. And if you feel you've already read every magazine out there, well, Initiative Magazine Issue 14 just hit the shelves, so you can go grab it and have yourself a good time.
The next issue of Tabletop Gaming Magazine is about a week from release. You might just want to pre-order yourself a copy so you can get it as soon as possible. Why? Because it's going to have an exclusive announcement about the next Pandemic game via an interview with the game's designer. There's other stuff in there as well, but I think that's the article that'll get most people's attention.
When you want to fill your day up with gaming info, look no further than a gaming magazine. And if you've already read through the issues you've got, Game Nite is here to swoop in with a new one. Free as always, you can pick up issue 36 now for your reading pleasure.
When you want to fill your day with gaming info, a wargaming magazine is a great way to do that. In this instance, while May may start tomorrow, you can go ahead and pick up that month's issue of Wargaming Illustrated now.
If you want to fill your day with gaming information, a gaming magazine can certainly help with that. Broadsword Magazine is one dedicated to all things 5th Edition, with new content monthly. If you're looking to join in, they have a Kickstarter campaign for it up and running now.