Hey all! Quick note; we will be at PaxUnplugged this weekend showing off Battle of the Bards and selling all our games. We’re sharing the TableTop Co-Op booth (1601) with some fantastic designers, come on by and see the newest games from some great people.
Oh, also, I’ll be there too. Come get a wicked high five from me, demo Crows and Battle of the Bards. We will also have our GenCon pin for sale in case you missed it, check her out:
We’ll have more information about our roadmap of games after PaxUnplugged, and if you are going, I hope to see you there!
I was given a preview copy of Set A Watch for Review and I immediately opened it up and absorbed the rulebook. It brought me back to my D&D days where our DM would “make something happen” nearly any night that we forgot to set a watch as we camped. Many moments of arguing about whether or not we were wearing our armor and how far we can see, and unfortunately a handful of PC deaths resulted in these encounters. It was a lot of fun though, and I’m surprised the idea of a board game centered around that specific interaction in a fantasy setting hasn’t been seen more often in this industry. The theme of Set A Watch is incredibly unique and the execution of design and game mechanics in the box is awesome.
Here at Junk Spirit Games, we are very excited to announce our next boardgame: Battle of the Bards. Set in the world of Tessandor, players will race to capture audiences with their performance troupe during the annual Bardic competition in Noonshade Keep.
We’ve received our Pre-production copies of our latest game Tyler Sigman’s Crows and we shot a couple videos showing off what we got and what we as a team think about everything. At this part of the process, we are sent this copy to approve everything before the game goes into mass-production.
When I was young I was heavily into the world of Mad Max. I was that neighbor kid that bought 3 copies of Dark Future (from Games Workshop) so he could have tons of models and he would pester you to play future-cars-with-guns-that-blow-up as much as possible. I am immediately drawn to this theme, no matter how good the resulting game is. Wasteland Express Delivery Service showed up on my radar and it was an instant purchase. Continue reading Wasteland Express Delivery Service Review
By Order of the Queen is a 2-4 player cooperative fantasy RPG-lite board game that plays in 90-120 minutes. Players take on the role of a Guildmaster of the Kingdom of Tessandor. There are so many heroes wanting to help the Queen that the guilds have been tasked with assigning heroes to protect the Kingdom as they see fit. Continue reading By Order of the Queen – Now Available