Tracy and Greg decided to do a bit of dungeon delving in the pyramid for the first time and played Clank: The Mummy’s Curse. “In this expansion there is a mummy figure that can be attacked but moves around the board and you can only attack it if it’s in your area. It also introduces curses (worth negative points) and cards that can gain you or remove curses. Continue reading →
Two weeks ago, the Sentry Box received its first delivery of the new Monster Fight Club Scenery and whenever we bring in a new product line like this we like to open it up and add it to our terrain collection as we feel that it’s only fair, if we want you to pay money for it, we show you that we believe in it and spend our money on it too.
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, we can’t currently let you enjoy playing on the scenery, so we sent Kris home with some to try out and give us a review!
Greg and Tracy started Escape Tales: The Awakening, “This is another different style of escape room game. It’s also one that is a bit more of an adventure game, with a story book full of passages to read as you go through. Continue reading →
Necromunda offers a dynamic and structurally challenging gaming experience. This is doubly true if you have lots of scenery. Furthering this dynamism are the two gaming setting of Sector Mechanicus (Sprawling and ever climbing vertical play area) and Zone Mortalis (essentially a flat gaming area) both distinct and very different from each other. We are going to focus in on Sector Mechanicus and the towers of the Hive cities…or more exactly, the bridges of varying length and construction that hold those lofty spires together.
In Part 1 of our Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms review, we looked at the Core Rules Box but before we get into the meat of the game it was time to open one of the Boxes and look at some of the miniatures! Continue reading →
A new edition of Warhammer 40,000 is here and it’s a great time to get into the game or start a new collection. However, building up an entire army in 40k can be a bit of a daunting prospect – especially considering the cost in both money and time…
In keeping up with current events and the general world climate, Sam decided it was time for our blog to include some more representation for our gaming base, which most certainly includes women! Continue reading →
In Part 2 of our look at GW Contrast Paints, we looked at using them on the WizKids PrePrimed Models, and for this one, we are going to be looking at using them to supplement a more traditional painting style.
Greg picked up Super Dungeon Explore when it came out years ago, and even painted some of the minis, “But the rule book is a complete mess and it put me off actually playing. I finally got around to trying an ‘8-bit’ game with Tracy, just to see if we could get our heads around it. Continue reading →
This month I (could have…) had a good shot at finishing up all the little projects from The Book Of Peril. Unfortunately, while doing these, I had a great idea for a really large project…so, this article marks the ‘almost finished’ point and will also begin a massive build that will be revealed in an article or two. What does it all mean? The Book Of Peril is hobby value. Buy it!