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In this video I share 5 Miniatures Games on Kickstarter in April 2018 You can now support the channel through Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/blackjacklegacy You can also support the BlackJack Legacy channel by shopping at Amazon through this link. It costs you nothing but the channel makes a small commission which helps keep the new games coming! Amazon: - http://amzn.to/2jFqomn Why not try Audible? http://amzn.to/2hOuSGL Why not join the Blackjack Legacy Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/668812233287910/ Godtear - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/steamforged/godtear?ref=nav_search&result=project&term=godtear Arena the Contest - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dragorigames/arena-the-contest-tabletop-miniatures-board-game?ref=nav_search&result=project&term=arena Street Fighter - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1821440755/street-fighter-the-miniatures-game Zombicide Invader - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cmon/zombicide-invader?ref=nav_search&result=project&term=zombicide Hellby - tbc
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We didn't think we would do another Kickstarter mega-pod for a good long while. However, we've gotten so many delivered kickstarters that we had to bring the band back together! (we know, we have some acquisition disorder issues...) So, we are happy to welcome back Liz from Beyond Solitaire and Jeremy from Jambalaya Plays Games. First up, Jeremy shares about Ninth World: A Skill Building Game in Numenara (5:25), a deckbuilder-esque cooperative game with a RPG feel. Then Liz tells us about the new 4x-style release from our friend Carla Kopp, Stellar Leap (13:30). Jason then brings us away from the short games and talks about two big, honking adventure games which could not be more different - the Euro-style mechanism heavy dungeon crawling game, Perdition's Mouth: Abyssal Rift (20:17), as well as the urban, story driven adventure game, The Shared Dream (36:47), Finally, the whole gang weighs in about a deckbuilder set in a Roman Colosseum setting, Carthage (48:54).
Dragonfire, the Dungeons and Dragons deck building game, was release into retail stores on November 15th, and Logan Chops was able to get his hands on all the goodies! Check it out as he unboxes the Heroes of the Storm Coast Character Pack, with 32 new characters, a bunch of new stickers, and market cards, the Wondrous Treasures deck, full of new magic items, and the first 2 Adventure Packs, "Shadows Over Dragonspear Castle" and "Chaos In The Trollclaws", which each have new characters, stickers, market cards, and magic items, as well as the adventure scenario, and special rules sheets. Dragonfire is a awesome game for 2 to 6 players, who love RPGs, deck builders, or just like to have a good time. Look for it at your local game store. And make sure to check out my other unboxing video of the Base Game, as well as my video of the Quick Start Rules! We are Amazon affiliated, so if you click these links, to purchase this game, we get a small commission, which helps us to bring you more great videos. Dragonfire Base Game: https://amzn.to/2HqGI5t Character Pack: https://amzn.to/2Hqu3zm Wondrous Treasure Deck: https://amzn.to/2JrAKhj Shadows over Dragonspear Castle Adventure: https://amzn.to/2HZqugL Chaos in the Trollclaws: https://amzn.to/2HwOk2w
We had so much fun talking with Colin about some new FFG games that we invited him to stick around and talk about... some more stuff! We discuss two more adventure board games with large amounts of content and the promise of more to come.
First, we talk the Dungeons and Dragons themed card game Dragonfire (0:58), comparing it to its predecessor Shadowrun: Crossfire as well as other similar, very popular games in the genre.
Then we tackle the latest festival of miniatures and dungeon adventures that is Massive Darkness (13:05).
We close out with a discussion of miniatures in board games (24:40). Are they essential to an adventure and/ or tactical gaming experience? Or do they represent lures for unsuspecting gamers to buy substandard products? We try to cover the topic from as many different perspectives as possible.