Check out this new miniatures wargame with big emphasis on the miniature.
It uses some of the tiniest figures we’ve ever seen, but don’t sell them short (no pun intended). Players move robots around the battlefield that span a mere 6mm in height — but these guys can shoot with weaponry so powerful that it completely wrecks the field in one blow. According to the official description, “Take control of the smallest robots, and run amok on the battlefield with explosions so huge that they cause the very ground to shake, obscure your vision and create a fireball so big that it lasts well into the following turns of the game.”
Strategy involves anticipating what blows are coming and maneuvering appropriately. “Will you increase your attack, attempt to dodge incoming fire, run like the wind? Whatever you choose, don’t forget about the resources scattered around the board, these could make or break your game…” Players collect cards and tokens to build strategies and come out ahead of their opponents.
Don’t look now, but Kickstarter has been invaded by Cranky Chinchillas. And you really don’t want to deal with chinchillas when they’re cranky! It’s a new tabletop card game introduced by a Canadian indie studio. In Cranky Chinchillas the nasty Chin Empire has decided to invade and conquer the community
Oddfish Games has officially launched the Kickstarter for How To RPG With Your Cat, a new solution to an old problem. Cats tend to disrupt tabletop gaming sessions with their demands for attention and their mistaking of small figures for edible bugs. So…what if there was a tabletop RPG where
Make your tabletop gaming sessions a bit more magical by adding a special ingredient: Die of Newt! Hollow-form dice are becoming popular items in the RPG collecting scene, and our old friends at Mythroll Armory have responded with a take of their own. A scaly one! Each of these handcrafted,
Does your cat keep trying to get in on game night? Don’t stop them. How to RPG with Your Cat is a new Tabletop RPG on Kickstarter that makes your actual cat the star of your TTRPG. It’s a well-known fact that cats and tabletop games are natural enemies in