15 March 2010

By on 13 March 2010

The below will be hitting UK stores next week. For more information please contact your usual suppliers.

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ROLEPLAYING
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The Grinding Gear
Fantasy Adventure from LOTFP

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BOARD & CARD GAMES
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Warlords of Europe
Boardgame from for Conquest Gaming Players 2-4

Ablaze
From Mayfair Games Players 1-4, Ages 10+

Nuns on the Run
From Mayfair Games Players 2-8, Ages 10+

Beep! Beep!
Card game from Valley Games Players 2-6, Ages 8+

Habitat – The North Woods
Card game for 2-6 players aged 8 and over, from Valley Games

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HISTORICAL WARGAMES
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Frontline D-Day
Wargame from Dan Verssen Games

Phantom Leader
Wargame from Dan Verssen Games

Turning Point
Wargame from Worthington Games

ATO Anual 2009: Verdum

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COLLECTABLE GAMES
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Magic: The Gathering Phyrexia vs. The Coalition Duel Decks
From Wizards of the Coast

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MINIATURES
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Axis & Allies: Naval Starter 2010
Axis & Allies TMG by Wizards of the Coast

Too Few to Fight, Too Many to Die
Wargames Rules from Ruga Ruga Publishing

Astounding Adventures! #2
Scenarios for Astounding Tales by Virtual Armchair General

BBX19 Para 17pdr Box
BR806 Parachute Royal Engineers
Flames of War miniatures from Battlefront

GE954 SS Decals
TD030 10. SS-Panzerdivision Gaming Set
Flames of War accessory from Battlefront

WGP-07 Pike & Shotte Dragoons
Historical miniatures from Warlord Games

MGKWE76-1 Elf Stormwind Cavalry
MGKWU13-1 Undead Revenant Troop
MGKWU14-1 Undead Revenant Command
MGKWU16-1 Undead Ghoul Troop
MGKWU22-1 Undead Revenant Regiment
Fantasy miniatures by Mantic Games

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MAGAZINES
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No Quarter 29
From Privateer Press

Battlegames 21

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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