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Village Rails - Launch Day

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ALL ABOARD!! Village Rails is out now! Read on to find out more and order your copy today...Continue Reading

Crescendo of Violence - Launch Day

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Neo York is waiting for you - Crescendo of Violence: A Neon-Noir Roleplaying Game is out now! Read on to find out more and order your copy today...Continue Reading

Stargrave: Hope Eternal - Launch Day

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Get your crew ready for the job of a lifetime - Stargrave: Hope Eternal is out now! Read on to find out more and order your copy today...Continue Reading

Village Rails - Design Diary

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Village Rails is a 2-4 player card game of trains, tracks and tricky decisions from award-winning design duo Brett J. Gilbert and Matthew Dunstan. Ahead of its release at the end of September, we spoke to Matthew Dunstan about the design process that resulted in this puzzly tableau-building game…Continue Reading

F-86A SABRE 1950–51

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On the blog today, author Peter E. Davies gives us an insight into the experiences of Sabre pilots.Continue Reading

Crescendo of Violence - Character Creation

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Set in Neo York, 2093, Crescendo of Violence is a cinematic, action-packed, neon-noir roleplaying game. Its player characters are exceptional individuals who exist on the fringes of society. We talked to author Alan Bahr about the character creation process…Continue Reading

'Tannenberg 1914: The Road to War'

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On the blog today, Michael Mcnally, author of upcoming title CAM 386: Tannenberg 1914 looks at the impact Bismarck’s dismissal had on the events of 1914Continue Reading

Stargrave: Hope Eternal - Design Diary

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Stargrave: Hope Eternal, the new solo and co-op campaign supplement for our award-winning wargame Stargrave, is out next week. We sat down with the author, the prolific Joseph A. McCullough, to hear all about the thought process behind its creation. Read on to find out more...Continue Reading

Q&A with author John Willis

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Today we're continuing our commemoration of Battle of Britain Day with a Q&A from John Willis, the author of Churchill's Few and Secret LettersContinue Reading

Gran Meccanismo - In Florence's Shadows

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Osprey Games’ new RPG Gran Meccanismo: Clockpunk Roleplaying in Da Vinci’s Florence is set amidst the flourishing Italian Renaissance. In this blog, author Mark Galeotti talks about how technological change can drive social development, and whether this is always something to be wished for…Continue Reading

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