Tabletop Gaming

Tabletop Thursday: Battlewagon Kitbash Part 2

I’m following up on last week’s post where I converted a battlewagon. This week’s one will mainly be laying down the airbrush colours. Blue, yellow and white. Which is a lot harder than it sounds. Here’s some of the other parts that I didn’t show last week. Mainly the orks who will be appearing all around the wagon. My first …

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Go hands-on with Singapore-made board games at Maker Faire

It’s the golden age for board games, and as the gaming form continues its onward march, Singapore is primed to be part of the parade. Besides 2017’s Game Start, nowhere has this been more evident than this weekend’s Maker Faire at Tampines Hub Community Auditorium, where the Singapore Game Makers have come out to play. The Singapore Game Makers are a …

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Tabletop Thursday: Battlewagon Kitbash Part 1

Speed worth waiting for.   The newly released video for Orks showed a new warbuggy. Technically the new warbuggies are in a board game called Speed Freeks (we know who the red and yellow cars are), but I’m sure the new buggies will be out in their own box set soon enough too. But what if you can’t wait for …

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Tabletop Thursday: Speed Painting Orks

I love Orks. They’re the best converting fodder for 40k. One problem though; as of right now the best build is foot slogging green horde, and foot slogging green horde is probably the least favourite army for any crazy Mek. One suggestion would be to just wait for the codex to drop and work from there, but regardless of army …

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How Modular is the Kill Team Terrain?

With kill team just landing last Friday, some of you may have been wondering if the kill team box was worth the purchase. You’ve probably already seen how nice the terrain looks (spoiler: it’s great), but functionality and usability factors greatly into thoughts about purchasing terrain. To that end, I decided to see: How modular could I make the terrain …

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