Every year, dozens of new board games release that are choc full of plastic. There is nothing inherently wrong with this, I can hardly claim to avoid the stuff as an avid mini gamer and dungeon crawl fan I own more plastic than some toy manufacturers but today I’m going ask the question, why?
This is the first of three (maybe four) podcasts that were produced from Spiel 2011 with interviews and our reactions from the show on a daily basis. Podcast Powered By Podbean The first show features interviews with Travis from Indie Boards & Cards and their terrific games. It was a true joy to get to… Read more
I recently got a chance to take an advance look at Totems of the Dead by Gun Metal Games, makers of Interface Zero. Showing diversity in their publishing plans, Totems of the Dead is nothing at all like Interface Zero, which is a great cyberpunk setting for Savage Worlds. Totems of the Dead, on the other hand, is a swords and sorcery setting based on Native American myths and culture.