This has been the first full-week of the year, methinks. Like, ok, I know that we're already into February, but I think this might be the only week where I've been up and into the office each day. Just been that type of year so far, I suppose. What might help is bulking up on some bite-sized gaming stories.
Today on the platter we have: The Army Painter Announces New Zombicide: Green Horde Paint Sets, Dice Coins Up On Kickstarter, Muddleflog Paper Miniatures Are Now Available, and New Oval Ancient Machinery Bases Available From Tabletop-Art.
The Army Painter Announces New Zombicide: Green Horde Paint Sets
Zombicide: Green Horde is the cooperative miniature board game from CMoN and comes packed with undead greenskins and mighty survivors. This official Zombicide paint set expansion comes with 6 Warpaints, designed to paint the undead hordes of Orcs, Goblins and evil Necromancers.
The Green Horde paint set is an expansion to the 10 paints in the Zombicide: Black Plague paint set and will allow players and painters the full capacity to paint medieval fantasy zombies of all kinds as well as the brave hero survivors set out to battle the evil.
Dice Coins Up On Kickstarter
Dice Coins are d20 dice in the shape of a coin. Each coin has 3D fantasy characters molded into the coin with the d20 numbers on the outer rim of the coin. The common side of the coin has a raised knob which allows the coin to spin like a top.
Players spin the coin and place their finger at the bottom of the coin to stop it. The result is the first fully visible number to the left of your finger.
This is the third Dice Coins project but the first with 3D art. The first two were very well received as evidenced by the comments on their Kickstarter pages.
Muddleflog Paper Miniatures Are Now Available
Muddleflogs are frog-like swamp-dwellers who croak when they speak and hop when they walk. This set of double-sided 14 print and play paper miniature flats also has a sneaky bonus page of amphibious goodness. This set complements the Hillbilly set released on Patreon in January.
New Oval Ancient Machinery Bases Available From Tabletop-Art