17 December 2012

By on December 16, 2012

The following will be hitting UK stores this week. For further information please contact your usual suppliers for details.

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ROLEPLAYING
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Only War Core Rulebook
Fantasy Flight Games. Core rulebook.

Only War GM Toolkit
Fantasy Flight Games

Call of Cthulhu: Terror From The Skies
Chaosium

A Song of Ice and Fire: Night’s Watch
Green Ronin

D&D: Shattered Keeps Map Pack
Wizards of the Coast

Iron Kingdoms: Urban Adventure
Privateer Press

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BOARD & CARD GAMES
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Rise of the Ancients
Eclipse Expansion by Asmodee

Lair of the Wyrm
Descent Expansion by Fantasy Flight Games.

Star Wars: The Card Game
Fantasy Flight Games. For 2 players, ages 10+, playing time around 60 minutes.

A Game of Thrones 2nd Edition (reprint)
Price: £49.99*
Fantasy Flight Games. Board game for 3-6 players ages 14+

Catan Histories: Merchants of Europe
Mayfair Games. For 3-4 players, ages 12+, playing time around 90 minutes

More Convoluted
Angel’s Inferno. Card game for 2-8 players, ages 10+, playing time around 30 minutes

Dreadball Two Player Set
Mantic Games. For 2 players, ages 6+, playing time around 45 minutes

Dreadball Greenmoon Smackers
Dreadball Midgard Delvers
Dreadball Trontek 29ers
Dreadball Skittersneak Stealers
Dreadball Expansions by Mantic Games

Guildhall
AEG. For 2-4 players, ages 10+, playing time around 30 minutes.

Market Meltdown
Clarendon Games. For 2-4 players, ages 12+, playing time around 40 minutes.

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HISTORICAL WARGAMES
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Line of Fire #11
Line of Fire #12
Line of Fire #13
Magazine by Lock’n’Load

Naval War of 1812 200th Anniversary Edition
Worthington Games. Wargame for 2 players, ages 10+, playing time around 60 minutes.

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RULES & MINIATURES
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A Call to Arms, Noble Armada: Fleets of the Fading Suns
Mongoose Publishing

Miniature Wargames 357 (January 2012)

About Angus Abranson

Angus has been working in the games industry since the mid-80's when he started working at Leisure Games (a leading hobby store in London). He was part of the team that launched Valkyrie magazine in 1994, founded Cubicle 7 Entertainment and co-founded Dragonmeet. He is currently running Chronicle City, a new games company he started in 2012.

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