Sometimes, tiny isn't small enough. You want something smaller. Ultra-tiny, for example. Well, that's what Gamelyn Games is giving you. They're running a really short (get it?) Kickstarter campaign for Ultra-Tiny Epic Galaxies. It's a whole game in your pocket.
There's a million reasons why you could miss out on a Kickstarter campaign. The money's not there. You forgot. Your tux didn't come back from the cleaners. There was an earthquake. Locusts! It wasn't your fault, you swear to goooooooooooooooooood!
But, thankfully, you can usually get in on it still during the late pledge and Pledge Manager time for the campaign. And that's where Gamelyn Games is at right now for Tiny Epic Tactics.
The latest in the Tiny Epic series of games has launched up on Kickstarter. Tiny Epic Tactics is Gamelyn Games' next set, heading back to fantasy realms, it lets players grab their meeples and have whole adventures in tiny scale.
Gamelyn Games has announced that the next line in the Tiny Epic universe is coming to Kickstarter next week. Tiny Epic Tactics will launch on the 19th. Of course, there's all new sorts of Meeples you can pick up. What does this new expansion hold? Let's take a look.
If you hurry, you can rush over to Amazon and pick up Tiny EpicQuest and Tiny Epic Zombies for a special sale price. Gamelyn Games is running a flash sale, so head on over. Don't delay, or these little fellas could slip through your fingers before you know it.
Saturday! Saturday! Saturday!
Saturday! Saturday! Saturday!
Saturday night's alright for fightin'. Get a little action in.
Yes, it's Saturday, and while it's not night quite yet (at least, where I am at time of posting), that doesn't mean that it's not time for fighting. Though I'm not actually swinging my own fists around. It's my character in D&D. I hope you're out there swingin', too, be it with an RPG character or toy soldiers or on a video screen. Whatever your fight du-jour might be. I know you're here for some reviews, so let's dive into those.
Today we have: Tiny Epic Mechs, Creature Forge Overwhelming Swarm, Waterdeep Dragon Heist D&D Minis, Tyranny of Dragons D&D Minis, Ravage: Dungeons and Plunder, Minerva, and Cat Lady.
The latest incarnation of the Tiny Epic world has made it to Kickstarter. I guess we should hit the Giant Robot Alert button, as we're dealing with Mechs this time around. ... Yes, it does seem odd to have a Giant Robot Alert for a game called Tiny Epic Mechs, but waddyagonnado?
My favorite day of the week, as I can just sit back, relax, and do some gaming.
Nevermind that this week I'm vacuuming, dusting, and cleaning countertops in the den. That's important, too.
So, while I try and figure out just how much dust a single lamp can acquire, let's get you those reviews you so desperately desire.
Today we have: Atlantis: Island of the Gods, Build It with Bryan, Sea of Plunder, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Tiny Epic Quest, Way of the Panda, Dogmight Games Sentinel Board Game Box, Anatomy Fluxx, Head of Mousehold, Robinson Crusoe 2nd Edition, Who Should We Eat?, Among the Stars iOS, Thunderstone Quest, Ticket to Ride: New York, Die Quacksalber von Quedlinburg, Junk Orbit, Nine Worlds, Nimble, For King & Parliament, and Warhammer 40k: Kill Team.
And by "Party," I mean gaming!
Working on getting this Review Roundup and then gonna head out to the LGS to play some Guild Ball.
Today we've got: Tiny Epic Quest, Sagrada, Azul, InBetween, BONK, Stop Thief!, Agility, Cast the Ritual, Fog of Love, H.I.D.E., First Class: All Aboard the Orient Express, and Go Nuts for Donuts.
Today we have: Gamelyn Games announces Heroes’ of Land, Air & Sea, Steampunk 35mm Miniatures from Topexx Dominions Now Live on Kickstarter, HSD Miniatures Expansion 1 on Kickstarter, and Battle Dice Weekend Promo From Bits of War.
*runs around with my arms over my head*
Ok, enough of that. Let's get down to business. You want to see review articles and I'm here to supply them (it is one of the most-popular posts of the week, after all).
Today we have: Sky Dynasty, Inis, Flash Point: Dangerous Waters, My Village, Death Pit Duels, Mombasa, Hold Your Breath, Tiny Epic Western, Colony, Z War One Damnation, Nightlancer, and Scythe.
Anyway, in this Terrain Corner/Snippets post we have: Gaddis Gaming Launches 28mm WWII Miniatures Kickstarter, Turn One Gaming Supplies Releases 8-Bit Dice, Donnybrook skirmish game rulebook now available, Post Apocalyptic Dwarf Bikers Up On Kickstarter, Round-Lip Space Dungeon Bases Available From Tabletop-Art, Heroic Maps - Giant Maps: The Great Labyrinth Now Available, MidKnight Heroes Super Chibi Finial sculpts are in and late pledge extended, Crossover Miniatures Releases Frederick Class Airship, Meka Desert: Pwork Wargames science fiction gaming mat, Gamelyn responds to backers with only 3 days left, and Battle Valor Games 15mm Fantasy New Releases.
"Head them off at the pass? I hate that cliche!"
The other day, while getting my new tattoo, we put on Blazing Saddles for something to listen to (besides the buzzing of the tattoo machine). I think the only thing that movie didn't have that was satire of old Westerns was a game of cards (though there was a game of Chess). Well, Tiny Epic Western from Gamelyn Games does involve games of cards in order for you to take over this one-horse town.
Today's stories include: Prime Battlewalker Arms Available From Puppets War, House of Borgia Coming to Kickstarter, Blood Rage Foam Trays Available From Battle Foam, New Iron Reich Orc Taskmaster with Gnaw Hound Available From Kromlech, and New Biomechanic Heads Available From Tabletop-Art.
There's 2 weeks left to go and the project is closing in on $300k (they originally wanted $15k), so be sure to check out the add-ons and other stretch goals.
From the campaign:
From the post:
Tiny Epic Kingdoms is a 2-5 player micro game designed by Scott Almes and published by Gamelyn Games. I just received my Kickstarter Edition of this game and was excited to get it to the table. Of course, like all games when I first get them, (Wife claims I’m worse than a kid), I open them immediately to examine all the bits, tokens, boards, currency, and whatever extra goodies that came with it way before it ever hits the table.
From the announcement:
Would you like to win a copy of Fantasy Frontier from Gamelyn Games?
Well now you can! Just head over to the home page of www.clubfantasci.com and enter to win. The contest runs from June 2nd – June 6th.
From the campaign:
What does 4x mean!?
It means eXpand, eXplore, eXploit and eXterminate and usually only shows up in games that cost $50+ and take 2hrs+ to play. Well not anymore! Tiny Epic Kingdoms has all the strategy of a traditional 4x game without the cost or the long playing time. Tiny Epic Kingdoms is only $16 and takes only 30-60 minutes to play.
In TEK, you are a tiny kingdom with big ambitions. You want to expand your population throughout the realms, learn powerful magic, build grand towers, and have your neighbors quiver in fear at the mention of your name. The conflict? All of the other kingdoms want the same thing and there's not enough room for everyone to succeed...