We are breaking our format a bit in this Episode by doing something we haven’t really done in the past. We list our Top 5 Games that we would not get rid of. However, there is a rule that we have to abide by, it must be on our shelves in order to be in the list. The game can’t be at someone else’s house or we have played and really liked, but never owned a copy. We must have a physical copy of the game in our possession. Some of these are out of print, but some you can easily still get. Vanessa comes back to the mic and she and Marty review the new Imperial Settlers RnW game. She is always a joy to have on the show. After my plays of the game, I will say the mechanic of needing actions and resources something that people may have some challenges with, but after a couple of rolls, they should get it. Enjoy the Episode and in the next one, Marty is going to knock our socks off with his Greatest Hits from Origins. Time Segment 00:40 Intro 10:55 Miniature Market 11:50 Top 5 Games We Will Not Get Rid
Games Workshop does not make all their profits by selling miniatures, a solid part of the revenue is generated by licensed products. Those are not just video games, but board games as well. I showed you the Monopoly variant of Warhammer 40,000 already on this blog, and today I'd like to share the new Munchkin […]
There has been a lot of coverage about Citadel Contrast before, but this review is your one-stop resource for everything there is to know about Contrast, including a handy "cheat sheet" of mixes of Contrast paints mixed with various mediums and comparisons with other washes and inks on the market. Find out what Contrast can do (and what it cannot do) after the jump.More after the jump
Today on the blog I download the Citadel Colour App and check out it's features. See what I think after the jump. More after the jump
On Tactica earlier this year, I got myself a bit of loot, among that one of the PK-Pro Punches. PK-Pro offers currently three different kind of these punches, with the motives of 4 different leaves each. I got the #2 Punch, as it has more complex shapes and wider leaves. It is not the first […]
In our Diceborn Heroes review, we take a look at a cooperative fantasy dice game from Keith Donaldson and Diceborn Games. The post Diceborn Heroes Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Being the sentimental fool that I am, there was perhaps only one choice of model kit to kickstart my journey into Gunpla, the hobby of assembling and painting Gundam models. Be that as it may, there were still many versions of the iconic RX-78-2 Gundam to choose from, seeing that it was arguably the most widely represented mecha in Bandai's model kit product line. After a fair bit of research, I
A new miniatures company just entered the market to take on gangsters of the 20s and 30s. The company calls The post Pulp Miniatures Review – A New Kid in Town appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
Warlord Games has expanded their popular World War 2 range of Bolt Action into the skies and the sea. I've done a lot of Bolt Action coverage already here and am keen to try out other scales and settings. I have talked about both systems and their potential position on the market, but today I […]
While I enjoy Imperial Settlers from Portal, I will admit that 51st State is my favorite of the two. Don’t get me wrong, not saying that one is better than the other, but as I stated in the show, I know that 51st is the easier to teach to people because you only have one deck which is why it will edge out Imperial. Once those I am teaching get the core concepts down, then I can introduce Imperial to them with the multiple races and asymmetric play that it brings to the table. But back to Allies, the next expansion to 51st State. Does the expansion Allies provide anything new and different to the game? Yes it does. It brings ways to eliminate the need to convert resources to the tokens needed to put buildings and deals into play. Which for me, seems to speed up the game play. I think it would be best if this is the only expansion you use in the game so you can take advantage of the cards and not have them buried along with the other expansions. You know how some expansions seem to migrate into the base game?
It’s time for another Let’s Play! This time, it’s Batman: Gotham City Chronicles from Monolith Games. This 2-4 player Dungeon Crawler set in and below the mean-streets of Gotham City pits a menu of dozens of Heroes in iconic battles against an equally huge array of Villains. This MASSIVE collection of over a hundred miniatures is available again as of today, along with a Wave 2 of expanded content. Check it out HERE: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/806316071/batmantm-gotham-city-chronicles
In this post, I take a look at the Hunt Saboteur Miniature by Tally-Ho Games. They offer this miniature in The post Hunt Saboteur Miniature appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
In our Set a Watch review, we take a look at a cooperative fantasy game from Todd Walsh and Rock Manor Games. The post Set a Watch Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
It’s time for another Widgets and Wonders! Today we take a look at a big bunch of new Terrain and Accessories for the Batman Miniature Game by Muse on Minis! Check them out HERE: https://www.museonstore.com/collections/batman
We covered Ylthari's Guardians earlier this week and are closing on the Nightvault coverage with the last of the warbands of season 2, Thundrik's Profiteers. Thundrik's Profiteers are a Kharadron Overlords warband supplement for Underworlds and costs 22.50 EUR. The Profiteers span 5 models and are available without the cards as an Easy-to-Build kit for […]