A themed week on industrial vehicles without mentioning the most obvious one, the Goliath Truck and Goliath Rockgrinder, wouldn't be complete. So here it is. I have been really looking forward to show you this kit. Ever since it was released, it is on my watchlist and I really like the design they went with […]
Time Segment 00:40 Intro 06:39 Mr. Smith For the Win 18::04 RDTN Empires of the North Promo Card 25:24 Portal Games 29:11 Curios & Point Salad 36:39 HABA Games Dragon’s Breath & Mountains 44:43 Dark Domains 54:16 The Broken Token 56:08 Brikks 1:08:17 Donna Rank’em 1:13:38 Outro 1:16:42 Game Designers Movie 1:23:28 Redbubble Strike Attire 1:25:43 Miniature Market Back from vacation and not well rested, but ready to talk about games once again. Marty tells me all about some games he played while I was away on vacation and the great reactions he got when he put them on the table. All them sounded fun, but one stood out that grabbed my attention, Dark Domains. It is a worker placement that provides a twist where you must be careful because the more evil you become, the more the heroes are out to get you. After I got to play, this game is an onion with tons of layers waiting to be discovered. As a special treat, my wife, Donna, joins me to talk about Stronghold’s game Br
With the updated Apocalypse rules for Warhammer 40,000 the Adeptus Mechanicus receives a battle tank and armoured transporter of their own, the Skorpius. It can be build either as a Skorpius Disintegrator or Skorpius Dunerider. I'll cover a couple of vehicles this week, as announced in an earlier post, not with Apocalypse in mind, but […]
Today we take a look at The Army Painter's Hobby Tool Kit, a great value box to start or expand your tool collection. Included are a diamond pattern file, a hobby knife, a drill with 3 drill bits of various diameters, a side cutter, a sculpting tool, two pieces of green stuff and a bottle of super glue. All for a competitive price point of 24,99 Euro. Let's see if it's a good deal or not.More after the jump
Back in February, I wrote a Battle Report and First Impressions Article of Rebels and Patriots. Today I am going The post Rebels and Patriots Review appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
In our Gloom of Kilforth review, we take a look at a fantasy card game from Tristan Hall and Hall or Nothing Productions. The post Gloom of Kilforth Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
We've covered the history of the Citadel Paints in part 1, then had the chance to see them in action in part 2 / the review and now I may welcome you to the third part, with a sum up and collection of multiple feedbacks and reviews that I found online in the past few […]
This is a review for The Army Painter Complete Warpaints range. It’s rather in-depth. The aim here is to cover everything you could possibly want [...]The post The Army Painter Review for Miniatures & Wargames Models appeared first on FauxHammer.
So after the overview of the history of Citadel Colours, let's get painting and see how these work. To get to know these new paints better, I prepared a couple of miniatures to be painted, among them the regular snap-fit Space Marine. Why did I choose these models? First of all, the Space Marine is […]
Games Workshop introduced with their Contrast Colours a new part of their already quite broad painting range. But where does it come from and what does it do? Among the early days of Games Workshop, when they shifted from being a distributor and publisher towards the miniature tabletop company we know today, Citadel Miniatures played […]
Check out this great pivoting accessory for A Song of Ice and Fire from Base+Prime Studio! Check them out HERE: https://www.baseandprime.com/war-rig/
Time Segment 00:50 Intro 13:20 Nintendo Switch Obsession 21:25 Corinth 23:35 Discover This 26:50 The Broken Token 28:30 Origins Recap 52:05 Portal Games 53:17 Undaunted: Normandy 58:55 Southern Fried Gaming Expo 1:14:05 Game Toppers 1:18:23 Miniature Market Marty had a great trip to Origins. There are so many good games coming out and he shares a sample of some that stood out to him. It is no secret that we went gaga over War Chest last year. It won a Squirrely last year, that is how gaga we were for it. Well, the same designers have returned and this time, they bring us a theme that I enjoy playing in board games, World War II. Specifically, this game is about the invasion of Normandy and the attempt of the Allies to break the German lines. It comes with a scenario book that helps detail the battles that occurred during that phase of the war. It has a theme that I enjoy and a mechanic, deck building, that I enjoy and has strategy incorporating cover, line of sight, and
Some time ago (at Council Fires 2018), I gave Team Yankee my first try. Today’s post is a Battle Report The post Team Yankee Battle Report and First Impressions appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
With the campaign Fortress Budapest supplement Bolt Action opens up a new theatre of war on the southern area of the Eastern Front. And unlike some of the other campaign supplements, it wasn't already covered in one of the broader books. Fortress Budapest covers the late war Budapest Offensive of the Soviet and Romanian armies […]
In our Dragon Keepers review, we take a look at a fantasy card and dice game from Vital Lacerda, Catarina Lacerda, and Knight Works. The post Dragon Keepers Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.