It’s time for another foray into Cyberpunk with the final prologue mission in the Nakamura Tower campaign for Human Interface.
Two years ago Human Interface blew up Kickstarter with a huge wave of stretch goals. Now that the game is delivering it’s time to pop the hood and take a look at the Chrome. Playable as a solo or co-op adventure game or a Head-to-Head in a combat arena style with Skirmish Mode. This review focuses on the Core Game only, not the Kickstarter Exclusives, so bear that in mind.
I've opened up a shop on drivethrurpg:The Lab StoreTo sell some models I've been making as well as raise funds for future projects. Circle of life!I will still continue to post some pieces on Thingiverse, more pieces for conversions etc, but decided I would give a go at selling the .stls themselves.Currently the project I've been working on is 15mm Cyberpunk terrain for Reality's Edge, but truthfully speaking I can see this also getting use for my 15mm Mech combat games as well.The first and starter set. This contains a street light, trash bin, CAT and a roof access piece as well as 3 building floors and signage. The floors stack and the signs can be arranged a number of different ways to give you a lot of variety in just this set alone.Adding to this, is the next set coming:This set contains double sided signs that fit with all of the existing sets. Also included is a Crowd Marker that can be printed to create some generic crowds in your Cyber city.Set 2 will be released shortly. &nbs
Wild in the Streets is a fast play skirmish game of youth subcultures. Grab yourself a bunch of delinquents, ne’er-do-wells, or simply misunderstood and frustrated individuals as they take to the streets. Given the rules [...] The post Wild in the Streets – Cybergoths join the fray! appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
I got high hopes for Reality’s Edge for some Cyberpunk skirmish gaming. I’m hoping it will work with my existing 15mm collection. I have always loved the William Gibson novels and and Ghost in the Shell and looking forward to gaming it.Section 9 arrives to the work site where the renegade bioroid was spotted.I’m not seeing anything on the spectrum...But these crates have military grade warheads inside...Over there!Major! I’ll cover you!Police glider provides spottingStand down!Arrrghh!Hard suits arrive to support the major-but the bioroid has reinforcements of its own, a thinktank!More to come,Doc
The Modern AGE companion delivers on the premise of a toolbox with which a group can shape their own game into something that is truly theirs! [...] The post Shaping worlds with the Modern AGE Companion appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Hello! Today we break away from warhammer climates and move to the world of futuristic Infinity! I would like to present you a Djanbazan Tactical Group, which I had the pleasure to paint some time ago. 28 mm scale models have realistic body proportions. They look very small in comparison with the minis produced by GW. The figures are filled with detail – it’s amazing how many details can be placed on such a limited space. Bends of material, belts, loaders…. With each figurine you can spend long hours. I hope that my version of painting will suit your taste. I also invite you to familiarize yourself with previous posts on the blog and follow new ones Commission painting – firstname.lastname@example.org