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Podcast Episode–The Boardgame Interview Room: Fortress Moon Kickstarter

By Paco Garcia Jaen Some of us like the sort of retro Sci-Fi look from the 50s and 60s and also love the movies from that time. As someone who’s first sci-fi experience was Forbidden Planet, the cheesy and wonderful future imagined at the time was, and indeed still is, incredibly attractive. That’s one of…
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Plus1Hammer Gaming releases Fortress Moon

Plus1Hammer Gaming is the brain-child of Father/Son entrepreneurs, Alan & Thorin Thompson. For over a year they have been creating and designing several games, but the first one out of the gate is FORTRESS MOON, a 2 to 4 player Strategic boardgame set in a Retro 50’s Future. Quickly they recruited Jordyn Boci as their…
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Pegasus Hobbies – Making Your Table Shine Without Eviscerating Your Wallet

Friends, I’ve decided that I’ve been remiss in not sharing with you the vast pool of knowledge that I’ve learned over the years regarding tabletop miniatures gaming, and so this is the first of many articles that will pass on some of the laborious research I’ve carved out of the Internet. The tag will be “Miniatures Gaming 101” and I’ll be putting articles ranging from figure sources, game rules, painting tip sites, terrain building help, the best books to buy, and all manner of things relating to all things miniature. I’m not a great figure painter, though I can hold my own, but I am a very capable terrain builder, so I’ll likely share some of my projects with you fine folks as well. So, let’s begin with a great source of material to quickly and cheaply get a table going for a skirmish: Pegasus Hobbies

Purple Mountain I: Temple of the Locust Lord

This first instalment of Purple Duck’sPurple Mountain dungeon is 30 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1.5 pages SRD and 1 page advertisement, leaving 25.5 pages of content for the first level of the dungeon.


By Superfly Pete Sometimes I just don’t have the time to set up a huge Heroscape war, defy the Great Old Ones in Arkham, or protect Fortress: America from the rest of the world. It’s times like this that I look to Small Box Games for a quick card game that doesn’t require hours to…
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