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Wee Gamers takes a look at the new comedy web series about gamers called Nights at the Round Table.

From the review:

Wee Gamers have watched the first episode of a new comedy series called Night at the Round Table. hailing from deepest North East England it tells the tale of a group of gamers questing for a fifth player.

Wee Gamers sat down and talked with the guys from Devil Pig Games about their Heroes of Normandie Kickstarter.

From the interview:

Wee Gamers get a wee chat with those lovely French guys behind the Heroes of Normandie wargame, currently on Kickstarter.

Wee Gamers recently sat down with Jon Visovic, the mind behind Thon, and had a chat. Go see what they talked about.

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Wee Gamers had the pleasure of chatting to Jon Vosovic, the man behind the current Kickstarter project, THON the game. He has a pedigree in gaming and is putting it to good use.

Wee Gamers will be holding the first officially sanctioned DreadBall tourney at Q-Con in Northern Ireland at Q-Con in Belfast in June.

From the announcement:

Wee Gamers are proud to announce Northern Ireland's first Dreadball Regional Tournament will be taking place at Q-Con, Belfast this June. Dreadball is Mantic Games' futuristic game and is a hyperkinetic sci-fi sports game of unparalleled speed and ferocity - a fast, fun and tactical miniature sports board game written by Jake Thornton and created by Mantic Games.

Wee Gamers take a look at and give you their feelings on the Achtung! Cthulhu game system and why they backed the Kickstarter.

From the post:

Wee Andy and Wee Ivor put down a few words on why they have backed the Achtung! Cthulhu kickstarter.

Wee Gamers has posted up a video review of Godslayer, the fantasy game from Megalith Games.

From the review:

Wee Gamers give you pictures as well as sound this time as they review Godslayer from Megalith Games. Megalith have a Kickstarter to expand the game and translate it into German. It has only a few days left and has already reached its target to be funded.

Wee Gamers posted up the most recent podcast for your listening pleasure.

In this episode:

Wee Gamers, along with their guest The Hairy Painter, give their first impressions of Megalith Games Godslayer miniature skirmish game. They have literally just opened the parcel and had a look and liked what they saw.

Wee Gamers got a preview of the new line coming from Rogue Miniatures. Considering one of the first posts we had up from yesterday, they seem rather timely.

From the preview:

Wee Gamers 'get to the Choppaaaa' with an exclusive first look at these 7 tough hombres from the genius of Andrew Kinnear's Rogue Miniatures.

Wee Gamers are rapidly becoming the kinds of interviews. Their latest one is with Stuart Boon.

From the interview:

Wee Andy from Wee Gamers interviews Stuart Boon, award winning author of Shadows over Scotland, a sourcebook for Call of Cthulhu and published by Cubicle 7

Wee Gamers has been doing a lot of talking lately. Here's another of their interviews. This one's with Caffeinated Chaos Studios.

From the interview:

Wee Gamers have a chat with Caffeinated Chaos Studios about how they came about and their post-apocalypse rpg Kickstarter project

Wee Gamers has been doing a lot of interviews lately (and that's fine with us). Here's one they did with Gregor Hutton.

From the interview:

Wee Gamers pose 13 questions to Gregor Hutton, maker of Roleplaying games and all round Scottish bloke

Wee Gamers has the second part of their Chris Garland interview up online.

From the interview:

Wee Gamers have published the second part to the podcast interview with Chris Garland, who is bringing back The Morrow Project RPG after a successful Kickstarter project.

Wee Gamers sat down with Chris Garland and thought they'd let you know what they talked about.

From the interview:

Wee Gamers begin their foray into podcasting with an interview with Chris Garland from TimeLine Ltd, fresh from his kickstarter campaign to produce The Morrow Project RPG 4th edition. And there are a few exclusives too.

Wee Gamers posted up a review of Warlord Games' Ruined Hamlet, and I don't mean a synopsis of Paul Sawyer's acting in Shakespearean prose.

From the review:

Wee Gamers have a look at the worth of Warlord Games Ruined Hamlet which suits Black Powder, Pike and Shotte, Bolt Action and a little bit of modern.

Wee Gamers posted up a review of Battleboards gaming boards. Should they be what you play with your toy soldiers on?

From the review:

"You get what you pay for". Normally that's used to embarrass someone over their foolishness at spending money on something that fails to live up to expectations or basically breaks when you look at it. But in terms of Battleboards the term means quite the opposite.

Even in communication with Richard at Battleboards you know your dealing with someone who really cares, not only about what they do and their reputation, but about you and your satisfaction.

He's my kind of creative person, no spoofballing that "nothing's a problem", there is honest communication if you challenge him to something outside his 'comfort zone', but like a true creative soul he'll give it a go.

Wee Gamers wants to make sure you know what you're getting into when buying terrain, so they've looked at 4Ground's 28mm damaged buildings. Are they the buildings for you?

From the review:

Wee Gamers have a look at 4Ground's pre-painted damaged buildings that are more than suitable for 28mm World War Two gaming

Wee Gamers will be taking over Carrickfergus Castle this weekend for a charity event. Check it out.

From the announcement:

Wee Gamers will be taking a World War Two theme to Carrickfergus Castle this Saturday 15th December, on the weekend the Battle of the Bulge began in 1944.

With lots of historical boards, re-enactors, music and of course gaming. Bolt Action, Flames of War and Memoir '44 will be helping people have a game or even game for the first time.

It is for charity, with donations going to the Royal British Legion

Wee Gamers posted up a review of Victory At Sea from Mongoose Publishing. Go see what they thought of it.

From the review:

Wee Gamers very own fun loving naval nut Wee JB has a personal look at Victory at Sea and its expansion Age of the Dreadnought, from the solid gaming stable of Mongoose Publishing.

Wee Gamers discusses the implications of Kickstarter now allowing UK-based projects.

From the article:

Kickstarter is coming to the UK on October 31 and Wee Gamers has a wee look at the implications. Will it open the floodgates to every wannabe game writer looking your money?

Wee Gamers posted up a review of the aerial combat game Axis and Allies Angels 20.

From the review:

Wee Gamers have a review of Axis and Allies Angels 20 world War Two dogfight game.

Wee Gamers sat down and had a chat with Matthew Sprange from Mongoose Publishing about all the fun stuff they're working on currently, mostly focusing on the Judge Dredd Kickstarter.

The SJS of Wee Gamers pull in Judge Sprange to interrogate him about the Mongoose Judge Dredd kickstarter and what else Mongoose Publishing are up too.

Wee Gamers is having a competition over on their website where you can win a signed copy of Shadows Over Scotland.

From the competition:

Wee Gamers run their first competition and the prize is a signed copy of the ENnie and Origins award winning Call of Cthulhu background and sourcebook , Shadows over Scotland.

Wee Gamers put up the second part of their interview with Ambush Alley Games.

Wee Gamers were very fortunate to get an interview with Shawn Carpenter from Ambush Alley Games. In this second piece he talks about the games he created and what 2012 holds for Ambush Alley Games. There are a few nice snippets in here.

Wee Gamers is going to be taking a look at Kings of War from Mantic in an upcoming series of updates. Here's the teaser-opener.

From the update:

Wee Gamers are starting to have a look at Mantic Games Kings of War and have done a little teaser to start the series off. A review of the new book and how to play will follow.

Wee Gamers did an interview with the fellas of Ambush Alley Games. You can check out the interview on the Wee Gamers' website.

From the interview:

Wee Gamers were very fortunate to get an interview with Shawn Carpenter from Ambush Alley Games, the creators of Force on Force and Tomorrow's War which are published by Osprey Publishing. In this piece he talks about how the game and the company came about.