In this Box Breaking Matt Takes a look at Munchkin Zombies. One of the things about this edition is you play the zombie!!
Munchkins eating brains!! It has to be fun.
In this Box Breaking Matt Takes a look at the first part of his kickstarter pledge for Myth, the Kanis box set. Watch as Matt checks out the the set. If you are Myth lover this is for you.
Many of you might know this but the models are beautiful.
VIRAL coming in August!
ARCANE WONDERS AND MESA BOARD GAMES TO RELEASE NEW DICE TOWER ESSENTIALS GAME: VIRAL
Sachse, TX (Feb 6th, 2017) – Arcane Wonders® is pleased to announce they have partnered with MESAboardgames® to release the English language version of VIRAL, designed by António Sousa Lara and Gil d’Orey. VIRAL is an intense area?control board game where players compete to infect and control organs in a human body.
In this Figure Matt Shows you the basic build for the Black Mamba.
Hey Who wants to play I’m ready.
In this Box Breaking Matt takes a look at the two player starter for HALO Ground Command from Spartan Games.
I have played HALO Ground Command and I like it. I find it to be a game that can easily be casual or competitive, and that’s a hard balance to find with miniatures.
Ravage – Dungeons of Plunder
Anti-Hero dungeon crawl coming to Kickstarter
Ain’t no Heroes in this game, you play a band of Blackroot Orcs delving dungeons for loot and teef, that’s right you are smashing in the faces of your enemies for teef! The tile based game is designed and illustrated by artist Ian Schofield (Achtung! Cthulhu, Mutant Chronicles, Terra Tiles: Misty Moorlands and Coasts & Rivers). Ian will be launching the Kickstarter next week.
Ian found work in horror and terrain illustration commissions however still craved high fantasy work that he grew up on, so started creating a project he would have chewed his right arm off to work on, a dungeon crawler called Ravage.
Bombshell Miniatures is dropping the bomb in the VIG bags for AdeptiCon 2017. VIG recipients will receive one of the limited or regular production run miniatures, shown here. Each miniature is cast in high quality lead-free pewter and is a great example cross section of our entire range. If you are looking for more of these fantastic models, be sure to drop by the Bombshell Miniatures booth near the center of the vendor hall where you can see our entire line of miniatures. Meet the “Sculptdude” Patrick Keith himself, and possibly even test drive the new edition of our dieselpunk, sci-fi game, Counterblast.
Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide
Published by Wizards of the Coast
Get it here http://www.amazon.com/dp/0786965800/?tag= throgamegogg-20
Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide is 160 pages of material that can be broken down into three sections: the history and geography of Forgotten Realms, a tour of Sword Coast, and descriptions of what characters are like in the Realms with some game mechanics. As a whole the book is not up to par with its price tag, but that doesn’t mean it’s worthless – I have found more than a few morsels in this book, but the “morsels” are the exception in this book. I feel it struggles with being an adventurer’s guide while trying to become a campaign book.
Grimslingers: The Northern Territory on March 9th, so mark your calendars!
Simplified and Revised Rulebook
We’ve listened to all the feedback from our amazing players, and have worked hard to improve and clarify, so you can jump right in to slingin’ spells.
Tak: A Beautiful Game Now Available
Combined forces of James Ernest and Patrick Rothfuss bring Tak to life
Described by Patrick Rothfuss as “a beautiful game” in his bestselling novel The Wise Man’s Fear (Book Two of the Kingkiller Chronicle), Tak has been made reality be renowned game designer James Ernest. An elegant two-player abstract strategy masterpiece, Tak feels like an old classic reminiscent of mancala or Go.
Thanks to a legion of Kingkiller Chronicle and Tak fans, players can try Tak for free at fan-made site PlayTak.com. They can also explore organized play opportunities via the US Tak Association (USTA). The USTA’s goal is to share and promote the game of Tak and support fair and competitive play by establishing a comprehensive set of rules and standards that can be used for tournaments and other events.