Shadows Upon Lassadar
Mar08

Shadows Upon Lassadar

We’ve been looking at Print and Play quite a bit lately, and I’ve found a little solitaire gem, “Shadows Upon Lassadar“. Design Todd Sanders is one of the more prolific home boardgame designers, and his work has a fantastic high design feel. As an artist he takes real care in the presentation of his games, and this means you end up with great looking cards, counters and components. His work is of a higher...

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I’m So Board
Mar06

I’m So Board

Print ‘n Play. Lots of people seem to be trying this in one form or another at the moment, which has led to some fascinating discussions about cardboard. No really, it’s riveting stuff… hey come back! where are you going? Some people have been using foamcore for printing game tiles and the like onto. It’s expensive (about £8 for an A1 sheet) very thick (about 5-6mm) and really tricky to cut without tearing....

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Lost Reich print & play released + launch offer
Feb15

Lost Reich print & play released + launch offer

Fat Dragon Games, makers of print & play scenery, have just released their first wargame – Lost Reich.  I’ve bought some of their scenery packs before, as the simpler pieces go together quickly and allow you to build attractive battlefields in no time (assuming you’ve got a printer).  Of course, looking at the models this looks like a much more complicated cardboard build and I’m always terrified of paper...

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Cardboard City
Jan13

Cardboard City

I’m no longer a big tabletop wargamer, many many years ago I played a lot of Space Marine, Warhammer and 40K. But for many reasons (probably a topic for another post some day) I’ve moved onto more “self-contained” and less time consuming gaming, such as board games. However in a few weeks I’ll be having a game of Necromunda. Necromunda (for those that don’t know) is an old Games Workshop skirmish...

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