28 June 2010

By on 26 June 2010

The following should be hitting UK stores in the coming week. For further information please contact your usual suppliers:

Winds of Magic
For Warhammer Fantasy RPG, from Fantasy Flight Games

Ancient Odysseys: Treasure Awaits!
Softcover Core Rules from Precis Intermedia

Lone Wolf: Terror of the Darklords
Softcover Lone Wolf Campaign from Mongoose Publishing

Traveller Little Black Book 2: High Guard
Softcover Core Rules from Mongoose Publishing

Gaia Vol. 1: Beyond the Dreams
Hardcover Anima RPG Sourcebook from Fantasy Flight Games

Crime Network Cosa Nostra
Softcover Core Rules from Bedrock Games

Ambush Points: River
RPG Accessory from Three Sages Games

Ruins of the Damned
D&D 4e compatible Adventure from Three Sages Games

Captains Log #41
For Star Fleet Battles, softcover from Amarillo Design Bureau

Strategists & Tacticians
Softcover D&D Pathfinder compatible supplement from Winds Fantasy Gaming

Battles of Westeros
Boardgame from Fantasy Flight Games

BattleLore: Horrific Hordes
BattleLore Expansion from Fantasy Flight Games

Tales & Legends
Small World expansion from Days of Wonder Players 2-5, Ages 8+

Mists of Zanaga
Runebound Expansion from Fantasy Flight Games

Mad Zeppelin
Card Game from AEG Players 2-6, Ages 10+

Munchkin 2: Unnatural Axe (Colour)
From Steve Jackson Games

Munchkin Bites (Colour)
From Steve Jackson Games

Gargantuan D&D miniature, from Wizards of the Coast

Anima Tactics: Black Sun Box Set CST0005
Anima Tactics: Erika CST1032
Miniature from Fantasy Flight Games

German SDKFZ251-1D Half Track (Bolt Action)
Imperial Roman Testudo
Montrose Irish (Pike & Shotte)
Scots Lancers (Pike & Shotte)
Miniatures from Warlord Games

PS238 #44
From Dork Storm Press

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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