In our Warfighter WWII review, we take a look at a solo or cooperative war game from Dan Verssen and DVG. The post Warfighter WWII Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
UrbanMatz has made a whole new range of pre-painted Medieval Towers and Ruins available for your wargaming table! They’re ready to go right out of the box! Check them out HERE: https://www.urbanmatz.com/c/prepainted-terrain/fantasy-terrain
Similar to the Organised Play set for the Underworlds series, Games Workshop provided the new Kill Team ruleset with a similar pack - the Campaign box. The content of these boxes support an open instore campaign. Each player has a Kill Team card and get's stamps for each week they play a game of Kill […]
The annual BooBQ event at Marty’s happened and we got not only our feedbags on, but we also got some gaming on. We were able to play the new edition of Arkham Horror. If you have never have played Arkham, recommend that you do, but find someone that knows how to play to teach you and doesn’t add house rules. The rules are tough to get through the first time, but worth the reward. The game can be really intense at times, especially when things might hinge on the balance of a dice roll here and there. Overall, a great gaming experience and a must have in the coop collection. We also got to play Shadows: Amsterdam, which was excited to play after seeing it at Gen Con. I really enjoy Mysterium and Codenames and, in my opinion, this is a smash-up of both games. If you enjoy the real-time mechanic in a board game, then you need to try this game when it comes out. Extraordinary Adventures: Pirates is a light racing game that is currently on Kickstarter and has funded. This will be one game where you can introduce pe
In September 2017, Games Workshop released a series of 12 + 1 Space Marine Heroes, randomly packaged in sealed blind boxes, exclusive to the Japanese hobby market. All models feature unique dynamic poses, sculpted bases, and a bare-headed and helmeted head option. The series is already sold out in Japanese online stores, however, in November 2018, Games Workshop released Series 1 in the rest of the world - with a few revisions. Check out if the models are worth the hassle.More after the jump
Hi guysReview of set 1 can be seen hereI will be calling this the "funnies" set, set 1 contained mostly generic foot soldier types, set 2 contains some specialist types, the body proportions, poses and sculpting are all as good as set 1, and has the same firm sand coloured plastic, again with 12 poses for 48 figures.The breakdown of each 12 man sprue of set 1 wasAssault rifles - 6Shot guns - 3pistol totters - 1 (double pistols)sword swingers - 1 (double swords)mini gunners - 1 (massive guy with a cigar and mohawk)males - 11Females - 1gas masks - 4The breakdown of each 12 man sprue of set 2 isAssault rifle - 1Sniper rifles - 2arrow shooters - 2 (1 bow 1 crossbow)LMG - 1Grenade launcher - 1Shotguns - 3pistoleros - 1 (also has an axe)Machete swingers -1 ( also has a machine pistol)Leader with Binos - 1Males - 11Females - 1exoskeletons - 2gas masks - 3Set 1 had a few figures that could be used for modern PMCs of special forces, set 2 has a much more sci fi/Post apoc feel, although the 2 sets fit perfectly with ea
In our Thanos Rising review, we take a look at a cooperative dice and card game from Andrew Wolf and USAopoly. The post Thanos Rising Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
In which Jamie reviews a Warhammer Age of Sigmar battletome based on the opportunities it offers for creative painting, converting and army themes.Introduction Welcome to The Hobbyist’s Review, a semi-regular series in which I take a different look at Warhammer Age of Sigmar battletomes, old and new. For me, the most appealing thing about a new army, faction or battletome is the chance to put my own stamp on the models in creative ways. That can be through an unusual paint scheme, unique conversions or even an entire army-wide theme. Ideas can come from a wide variety of sources, but the intricate and evocative lore created by the Games Workshop writers never fails to inspire. The Hobbyist’s Review series considers Age of Sigmar battletomes based on the scope and opportunity they offer for the creative hobbyist, using the lore presented in the books as a jumping off point, and suggesting ideas that you might like to think about for y
Due to bad luck, I wasn't able to participate in this year's Warheim Fantasy Skirmish tournament but that doesn't mean I stopped recruiting models for my Athel Loren Wood Elves squad. Today I want to show you 3 new miniatures - the Wardancers of Loec. Before the destruction of the Old World, those were the models of Wardancer Lord (in the middle) and Wardancers Command Group (including the musician - drummer). In Age of Sigmar Wanderers army, they are still Wardancers and their leader is called the Bladesinger (in the middle).One won't be able to buy Wardancers in normal retail, so you need to "hunt" for them on internet auctions and usually they end up very expensive.Those Wardancers are made of metal and there are square base for them. You might think that those are quite old sculptures but the details are of a very good quality. Especially the Wardancer Lord makes a good impression and all of them have "scenic" poses and bases so I
Unleash the Hounds of Hell!!! <cough> sorry about that, so as I missed out on the Reavers till they get a restock. Dam you all for buying ten of them, you know who you are. I am going to have … Continue reading →
When I published the reviews on the first season of Warhammer Underworlds Shadespire and the second season Nightvault, I already mentioned that Games Workshop strongly supports the rule set with their own website, lot of content and event support. Among this content, there are organised play sets. I've seen some people that have participated in […]
Check out this and the other great Terrain Crates HERE: http://www.manticgames.com/mantic-shop/terrain-crate.html
Hi guysThis is the first in a 4 part review series of the Dark Alliance 1/72nd scale Post Apocalypse sets, Stalkers 1, Stalkers 2, Survivors, and Rednecks, this is the Stalker 1 set, there are 12 poses and 48 figures (this is the same for all 4 sets). The poses are excellent, all useful and nothing is wasted IMHO, the figs all have good physical proportions and all look natural, interestingly they are all of different heights and proportions but do not look out of scale with each other, the largest figure is the mini gun guy 25mm from soles of feet to eyes, the others range from 21-24mm, 1/72nd plastics have certainly come a long way, the sculpting on these guys is sublime, and they do not have that horrible 2D flatness that a lot of sets have.The plastic is a sand colour, I have sprayed white and given a black wash to pick out the detail for you, I have not trimmed any flash, so the moulding is excellent, they are a brand new release, so lets hope this continues on for a long time, the plastic is quite firm,
In our The Mind review, we look at a unique cooperative limited communication card game from Wolfgang Warsch and Pandasaurus Games. The post The Mind Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
In our Spirit Island: Jagged Earth preview, we look at what comes in this big-box expansion for Spirit Island and how it changes the game. The post Spirit Island: Jagged Earth Kickstarter Preview appeared first on Co-op Board Games.