We are jammed full of game discussions in this episode. We revisit Camel Up Second Edition with a surprise guest. We talk about a new favorite game of Marty’s Crisis. Then we break down a new quick filler called Village Pillage that Nate Bivins brought to the table. But that is the only surprise, Marty has some special guests on to talk about the expansion for Roll for the Galaxy Rivalry. And that is not all. We play the beautiful game Call to Adventure. Want to spend some time talking about this because this game, while simple to play, is about building a story. It is important to get behind the development of the story and understand how this will drive your gameplay. There are some strategic moments in the game that can be overlooked if not careful. Hope you get a chance to get this to the table. Now that I have a Switch, we thought it would be good to discuss an implementation of a game on the Switch. We picked Istanbul as our first one to give this a try. We have done App discussions before, but this mig
At the end of August, I've held a Konflikt 47 walker in my hands for the first time and was thus able to gain my first experiences with the Coyote kit. The walker is delivered in a box, but is effectively housed in a classic clampack. After I freed the Mech from his package, the […]
In our Champions of Hara review, we take a look at a fantasy adventure game with multiple game modes from Greenbrier Games. The post Champions of Hara Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
It’s time for another GMG Review – this time it’s Warhammer 40000’s Imperium Nihilus: Vigilus Ablaze and its companion book – Codex: Chaos Space Marines.
Each Star Wars movie in the original trilogy had its own wow moments, especially to first my highly impressionable five, next eight and then 11-year-old eyes. In 1983 Return of the Jedi (RotJ) actually had two of such moments. And no, the Ewoks wasn't one of them. First impressive bit from RotJ was the Imperial AT-ST (All Terrain Scout Transport) Walker which I completed last year. Another is
Our kit in it's natural formWelcome gentle reader to another installment of "It's 500 Miles to the German Border". As our local Twilight:2000 campaign takes place in the US, I've been focusing my model making more to reflect that.This time around I'll be sharing my (mis)adventures in kit bashing/converting the Airfix 1/76 RAF Recovery Set (03305). This one from what I have read is a reproduction of the 1970s kit (of a WW2 subject).. Now currently, Airfix has let this kit go OOP. I was able to get it pretty cheap considering all of the goodies it came with: The kit has a few figures, as well as 2 motorcycles, 1 crane/truck and a tractor-trailer, plenty of Post-Apocalyptic conversion fodder goodness!Normally I wouldn't have bought this as its a WW2 kit. But as my son and others have pointed out that it will still run in a post-EMP world. That's good enough for me! My apologies to the WW2 sticklers out there.The kit itself is worth the price I paid, as it was cheaper than I would have spent on a regular Tr
Picking up the theme of Konflikt 47 once again. We cover today an interesting counter-part to the jump walkers of the Allied Forces, like the M2 Mudskipper, the Locust Panzermech by the Axis. Konflikt '47 is a joint project by Warlord Games and Clockwork Goblin and is set upon an updated Bolt Action's First Edition […]
It's been a while but it's about time we had an unboxing review on Tale of Painters. We're going to try something different with this one. SpaceShrimp joins me today and we're going to have a chat to review this new game from Games Workshop after the jump.More after the jump
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today I sit down with Owen from Gaming with the Cooler to flip-through and check out the new Allegiance Traits, Artefacts, and units in the upcoming Chaos Battletome: Blades of Khorne for Age of Sigmar.
It's been a couple of months of the new White Dwarf and it's about time I started reviewing it again. After the jump find out what's in March's issue and read my thoughts on it.More after the jump
In our RWBY: Combat Ready review, we take a look at a cooperative fighting game from Arcane Wonders and Rooster Teeth Games. The post RWBY: Combat Ready Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
With access to better photography equipment, I revisit one of my previous posts. This time, I am taking a look The post 28mm Sandbag Barricades Revisited – Six Squared Studios Review appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
Check out the flipthrough and Review of the Shadowspear boxed set here! I’m joined by Owen from Gaming with the Cooler as we throw down with the upcoming Warhammer 40k Starter Set from Games Workshop.
You may remember HobbyZone from my earlier post about planning my workspace. In this post, I review their 3 Horizontal The post Review – Hobby Zone Drawers Module x 3 (OM02a) appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].