Conan by Monolith

I backed Monolith’s Conan on Kickstarter what seems like a very long time ago. It was an ambitious project with beautiful artwork and a ton of miniatures. The game certainly grabbed my attention, along with many others’. It went on to be one of the most successful board game Kickstarter campaigns of all time. I…

Arena Rex Miniatures Game

Sergio recently reminded me of this amazing looking miniatures game and I wanted to share it here. Arena Rex is a game of gladiatorial style combat featuring Roman and fantasy-inspired combatants, represented by high quality miniatures. If you’re a fan of miniature games then I think this would be worth a look for you!

Blood & Plunder

Blood & Plunder is an upcoming 30mm miniatures game by Firelock Games that looks absolutely amazing! There’s a ton of sci-fi and fantasy miniature games on this market, but but this one looks truly unique. The Kickstarter for Blood & Plunder will launch on April 19th and I am very much looking forward to seeing…

Kickstarter Preview – Twisted

Twisted is a Steampunk miniatures game currently on Kickstarter. The game is set at a 32mm scale and the models look fantastic! From the campaign: “Set in an uniquely interesting steampunk universe, Twisted’s absorbing gameplay and linked story-driven missions create a real emotional connection between you and your characters on the tabletop. Every character has…

Star Wars: Armada Ship Stats

With my review of Star Wars: Armada (finally) being posted yesterday, I got on with my next project. I wanted to make a no-frills stats template that would allow me to plug in all of the ships from Wave 1 easily. That way, I could save the images to my phone and have the ships’…

Star Wars: Armada Review

The making of the Star Wars: Armada review video was a disaster and a half. I was plagued by technical difficulties, had to do a lot of re-shoots initially, accidentally deleted all of the footage, was turned into a newt, got better, did more re-shoots, and finally finished a week after I started! I thought…