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This May will see the release of Crescent Moon, an asymmetric area control game for 4-5 players. We spoke to the designer himself, Steve Mathers, to find out more about how he took the game from just an idea and onto the table ...Continue Reading

May Book Vote

In Military History, Featured
This month's book vote sees five Combat Aircraft titles battling for your vote. Read the full descriptions and have your say by clicking on the link below. Plus, check out the results of last month's Duel book vote.Continue Reading
In today's blog post, authors Klaas Castelein and Michel Wenting introduce us to the Dutch Resistance during World War II and share some photos from their research trip for the book!Continue Reading

Cryptid: Urban Legends - Launch Day

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From the designers of the award-winning deduction game Cryptid, the talented Hal Duncan & Ruth Veevers, we are proud to announce the arrival of the new stand-alone spiritual sequel, Cryptid: Urban Legends. It’s the perfect 2-player abstract deduction game to get your mind racing! The hunt begins at all good game stores today.Continue Reading

Stargrave The Last Prospector - Launch Day

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Today we are thrilled to announce our latest sci-fi skirmish wargame supplement from the prolific author Joseph A. McCullough, Stargrave: The Last Prospector. This new paperback greatly expands the Ravaged Galaxy with a whole host of new scenarios, backgrounds, powers, and troop types. Upgrade your crew’s technology and ship, because you’re going to need all the help you can get fighting against new foes for your next big score… Continue Reading

Cryptid: Urban Legends - Dev Diary

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This April will see the release of Cryptid: Urban Legends, the standalone spiritual sequel to the award-winning deducation game, Cryptid. It's an exciting cat-and-mouse chase game of puzzle solving deducation. We spoke with the legendary design duo Ruth Veevers and Hal Duncan to see how Urban Legends went from design dream to tabletop triumph.Continue Reading

When the Shooting Stopped

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On the blog today, author Barrett Tillman introduces us to his new book 'When the Shooting Stopped: August 1945'.Continue Reading
Excited to learn more about Stargrave: The Last Prospector? We spoke again with the talented Joseph A. McCullough, about the setting and emphasis on player freedom in his new Stargrave supplement.Continue Reading

A Special Encounter

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On the blog today, author Gavin Mortimer takes us through Operation Rimau for his new book Z Special Unit: The Elite Allied World War II Guerilla Force.Continue Reading
On the blog today author Lawrence Paterson tells us about his interest in the German military for his new book The U-Boat WarContinue Reading

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