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It’s time for another GMG Review! Today I take a look at and assemble the new Salvora Complex Scenery and Accessories Pack from Corvus Belli, their new hard-card Terrain and gaming Accessories kit for Infinity.
Hi everyone, its been a while since we had an update. Thats not because there hasnt been any work being going on, quite the opposite – far to much work to even spare time to update the website. I’ve now uploaded all the backlog of images to the website and will start posting updates over the forthcoming weeks to bring the website in line with the work thats currently going on. Lets start with some Infinity miniatures. These were painted to level 4 quality. The bases were supplied to us and were made from MDF wood with technical pavements carved into them.
Owen has painted up the new Shasvastii to take on my JSA in this Mid-Tier game of Looting and Sabotaging from ITSX!
Welcome to another Let’s Talk! Chase from the Learned from Gaming Podcast (podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lear…st/id1266704678) returns to talk about the art of getting games wrong and the iteration process of first learning and then eventually mastering and re-mastering a game system. Intro Jingle by Kevin McLeod GMG Let’s Talk on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/5FtAVzqQzcaPIMlgmMh42v GMG Let’s Talk on SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/guerrilla-miniature-games RSS Feed for any App you want to listen on: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:648706932/sounds.rss
Chris is back again with his Hassassins to face my Steel Phalanx in a mid-tier game of Supremacy from ITSX!
GMG Let’s Talk on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/5FtAVzqQzcaPIMlgmMh42v GMG Let’s Talk on SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/guerrilla-miniature-games RSS Feed for any App you want to listen on: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:648706932/sounds.rss Welcome to another Let’s Talk! Today I’m joined by Chris Salman for a discussion into why it is we continue to look back and revisit old and out of production games and what the differences in experience they offer us are compared to contemporary titles.
Chris is back with his Hassassin Bahram to face my Onyx Contact Force in a Mid-Tier game of Firefight from ITSX!
Owen from Gaming with the Cooler is back with his Haqqislam to take on my JSA in Mid-Tier Supplies!
Welcome to another Let’s Talk! Today I’m joined by Owen from Gaming with the Cooler to discuss the phenomenon of ever expanding product lines in Tabletop. RSS FEED IS HERE: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:648706932/sounds.rss Podcast version available HERE: https://soundcloud.com/guerrilla-miniature-games/lets-talk-about-what-happens-when-games-get-too-big
Infinity is an awesome game. I love how dynamic it is and the minis are brilliant. I hate how overwhelming it is for new players, which stems from:Having many, many, special rules and equipment choices despite the elegance of the core rules.There are no bad unit choices, so it's hard to narrow things down.Starter boxes contain a good mix of units but these are not necessarily beginner friendly - Haqq box I am looking at you!When I started I bought as much Haqq as I could, mainly through bulk sales on FaceBook, and a few new pieces that I wanted because they were cool or because people on the internet recommended them. Looking at my 7-800 points of unpainted Haqq and still having things I want, I can't help thinking that - especially as a casual player - I should have taken a different approach...Coming to Infinity - as any faction - I would recommend prioritising a usable and easy-to-learn 150pt force for playing Recon or Recon+ games. Recon is a great format requiring minimal startup investment,
Jay from Lords of War is back with his Aleph Sectorial the OS.SSS to take on the Tartary Army Korps in Frostbyte! Snowpants have been forgotten and the heaters need to be activated for the forces to survive.
Yesterday I took my two eldest to Ambush which is run annually by my FLGS at our local showground. I wasn't sure what to expect, and how long they'd want to stay...After a look round the stalls we enjoyed an introductory game of Blood Bowl run by the local gaming club Wolds Wargamers. Both of them had so much fun they wanted to buy a copy straight away! It was a close and very swingy game, ending in victory for my daughter from the jaws of defeat.Both wanted to have a go at painting so we grabbed a free mini each and spent an hour or so in the painting area while the painting competition was being judged. Suffice to say we didn't produce anything that could compete!We all got talking about all sorts of games - we didn't even get to play any of the boardgames which I thought they would make a beeline for - and my son even wanted to have a quick game of Infinity when we got home, so all in all a positive experience.Is this a shameless plug? Maybe … but it was a great event, all very friendly,
This is the second blog post devoted to the Infinity! Quite recently I had the pleasure of painting Yu Jing Sectorial Starter Pack. These are six beautifully sculpted models enriched with Micro Art Studio resin bases. It took me quite a long time to paint, mainly because of the amount of small details that need attention. Additionally, I experimented a bit with the gold color, using different metallic paints from Green Stuff World. If I had a bit more time and local community, I would have started playing this game myself Commission painting services – firstname.lastname@example.org OR message on Facebook
The Ariadnans are back to face the Imperial Service in Decapitation from ITS X!