No of Players: 2+
Playtime: 30 to 90 minutes depending on army size
Genre: Sci-fi, Tabletop Wargame
Disclaimer: The game we played was still in it’s early stages so rules/designs/miniatures might change by the time it goes out to retail
UPDATE: Their Kickstarter is now live!
Funding on Kickstarter from 21 August 2018 to 14 September 2018, Verge of War is a Sci-Fi Skirmish Wargame where various factions fight over territory in the Milky Way far in the future. Eventually featuring 10 different factions with their own unique way of playing, the Kickstarter will be focusing on the opening campaign where the forces of Humanity clashes with the forces of the Seit, a powerful race of insidious psykers. Continue reading Verge of War Review
Disclaimer: The game we played was still a prototype so rules/designs/miniatures might change by launch
Now being funded on Kickstarter (ends Sun Sept 24), Avertigos is a tabletop miniature and board game hybrid that involves some 3D elements. 2-5 players are inserted into an alternate history of our world where 2 factions, the Dynastic naval armada and the Singasari League, fight for control of the South China sky using ships. The game is being done by Playware Hobbies, a local Singapore company. Currently, the game has two game modes: Skirmish and Strategy.
Continue reading Avertigos – A 3D Boardgame with Flying Ships
Genre: Action Adventure, Sci-fi, 3rd Person
The game takes place in Paris in the future where the company Memorize has created neural implants called the Sensation Engine (Sensen) that allows almost everyone worldwide to share memories as well as delete unhappy or unpleasant ones. This allows them to have a staggering amount of control over the population and to establish a survellience state.
You play as Nilin, a Memory Hunter part of a group called the Errorists, who are working to take Memorize down but was unfortunately captured just prior to the game start and had her memories wiped. Now you have to escape, regain what you lost, and take down the organisation that did it to you. Continue reading Game Review: Remember Me