If you thought you had missed the boat on Bad Crow Games amazing Kickstarter for Company of Heroes, fear not! They have recently opened a late backer page where you can still benefit from the Kickstarter offers. [...] The post Company of Heroes – KS + 12 Days appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Bad Crow Games' port of the classic World War 2 game Company of Heroes enters its final 7 days! [...] The post Company of Heroes Countdown is On! appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Pocket Landship is a solo and/or co-op card and dice game. The game is set in an alternate version of the 20th Century pitting tank commander(s) against a horde of opponents. It's already funded via a Kickstarter campaign which ends today! [...] The post Pocket Landship on Kickstarter appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
The Leshavult the newest set of miniature for Goblin Kings Game Moonstone is now on Kickstarter. Not only that but it’s fully funded and knocking down stretch goals. Now you may have seen us look [...] The post Moonstone The Leshavult on Kickstarter appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Dice sports are back on Kickstarter with their new product – Exodus. Exodus is a standalone prequel to the game Z War One Damnation. Damnation was one of the first games I covered when starting Tabletop Games UK. Thus, it was with great pleasure I was contacted to review the latest instalment. Exodus is a one to five player game with a unique blend of tactical combat and shrewd resource management. All of this is backed up with a compelling set of comic book narratives. Don’t Say The Z-Word! The Z War One series is set in the United Kingdom after a major zombie outbreak. Damnation, the first game, takes part 6 months after Z-Day in Peterborough. Exodus is slightly before Damnation and set in Scotland. The two games share a good solid core of mechanics and movement. As such, they are easily interchangeable. I believe there will be some scenarios that use components from all the games. These wont be essential to the story of the game but are a nice little extra. Click thumbnail for full image of w
We have managed to get a brief interview with Warploque Miniatures creator, sculptor and all round nice guy Alex Huntley about his currently running Kickstarter. Alex’s ArcWorlde miniatures are made for his own skirmish ruleset, but here he tells us more about why he’s branching out. The Kickstarter itself is for the Ram Raiders, a new Halfling fantasy football miniatures team for use within various fantasy football games. Let’s Get The Ball Rolling… Can you please tell us a bit about yourself before we get started? Where do you consider yourself to fit into this brilliant industry? Ooooh, where do I begin? My name is Alex Huntley, I’m 25 years old from Yorkshire, and I sculpt wargaming miniatures for a living! For the past few years, since I left university, I’ve been selling my work through my company, Warploque Miniatures. Here I specialise in making unique, hand-sculpted and characterful miniatures for gamers, collectors and painters. And this new Kickstarter, what