Okay, so we were wrong. Or, more likely, things have changed a lot, even in the short time since DunDraCon. But Gaming Outpost has the press release: the new game from the team that designed DiskWars will be known as Vortex. It’ll be a collectable game with hex tiles for
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Andrew Looney just posted his subject-to-change predictions for the near future of the beloved card game Fluxx and the underground fave Icehouse. Briefly, Looney Labs hopes to publish Fluxx “boosters” of specially printed semi-blank cards in the coming year, as well as an expansion set made up of fan-created cards.
We worked out a deal with Wingnut Games to get the exclusive first look at the new Battle Cattle miniatures. The minis were left unpainted to show off the fine detail of these bovine warriors. We’ve also added the weapons packs to the side shot. Click on the shots below
Now this is totally my style: I Want My 1000 Blank White Cards. Who else out there used to set up all of their board games on the floor of the family room at once and just kind of let their Monopoly pieces wander all over? You know you want
Houston, we have review. Read our take on Cosmic Coasters, the new board game from the creators of Fluxx, Chrononauts and Icehouse.
We met Tom Jolly, creator of Wiz-War and Diskwars, who was at DDC running Diskwars tournaments for the second year in a row. The title of this item would probably amuse him as much as the fact that Fantasy Flight is officially appending his name to the title of his
The good people at Games Unplugged have just posted an interview with John Tynes, co-creator of Unknown Armies and Delta Green, as well as the brilliant Puppetland and all sorts of other goodies. The interview seems awfully out-of-date, though… what’s Tynes been up to since? Oh, keeping himself busy.
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Tired of the way all computer games and video games are the same? So is Ernest Adams, a game developer who’s worked for Bullfrog among other high-profile PC game companies. He’s taken the Dogme 95 rules that made a splash last year in the film world, and applied them to
I’m thinking “Action Man: The Collectible Dice Game.” Yeah, it’s an old joke, but more “synergy” products are definitely in WotC’s future at this point… I’d say discuss amongst yourselves, but we have no message board. (And I must scream.)
Mythrole Games, publishers of digitally-distributed analog card games such as Night of the Ill-Tempered Squirrel, will be publishing a full line of D20 material, according to tragically misinformed sources. Mythrole put out a non-confirmation last week. From the press release: Says company owner Tyler Sigman, “we are very pleased to
I’m not a big RPG guy, but that news about adding “mystical gateways” to the Forgotten Realms canon is interesting. Yes, it will unbalance campaigns that get crazy with them, but for some campaigns it may be the balance they want. But that’s not what I’m thinking about.
For those who have lives and therefore don’t pay any attention to Slashdot, they had an intriguing discussion on zero-sum games today.
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