If playing in a team is your thing (but you also like a bit of solo play) and you love exploring dungeons and fighting monsters, each one more ridiculous than the next — then Munchkin: Quacked Quest is the game for you! Slapstick humor and a whacky atmosphere are guaranteed!
Calliope Games has launched a Kickstarter campaign for Station Master
Station Master is a train-themed card game for 2-6 players. In the game, players are working at the station, attaching railcars to Locomotives and boarding passengers on trains, trying to score the most Efficiency Points to win!
They have restored this timeless train game, creating stunning all-new artwork based on classic locomotives, railcars, and railroad history. In addition, we have refined and streamlined the rules for modern audiences, as well as adding in upgrades and new material to create the greatest possible Station Master experience!
CMON stock price continued to fall as the company reported losses of $4.1 million for the 9 month period ending September 2018. The company blamed the losses mainly on decreasing Kickstarter revenue and increased convention expenses.
Revenue fell 32.6% from $17.5 million for 2017 to $11.8 million in 2018. The losses were primarily due to decreases in revenue from Kickstarter including ‘A Song of Ice & Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game’ and ‘Arcadia Quest: Riders.’
CMON’s gross profit decline, from 47.5% to 39.8%, was attributed to the increase in fixed costs. Cost of sales decreased as inventories declined and shipping and handling costs dropped. The company also reported a decrease in the sales of advertising space on their website.
Expenses also increased for the game maker due to increase marketing efforts, namely the participation in large scale game conventions.
The company also incurred extra costs related to an application to transfer their stock listing from Growth Enterprise Market (GEM) to the main board. (which they let lapse yet again)
CMON’s stock continued to slide, closing at 0.16 HKD on Friday, a decrease of 30.4% over last years price.
Malifaux Crew Builder app is now available on mobile devices! Here are some of the exciting features that you can expect with the Malifaux Crew Builder:
Pet lovers don’t need to be physicists to know about the gravitational pull between a tasty bite of food and the kitchen floor, especially when curious cats are involved! Unoccupied plates are all it takes for the mischievous kittens to tap their instincts and pounce on anything from dinner to dessert—and in this game, the humans are nowhere to be found!
Swipe a tabletop score of your own as one of six cats sneaking snacks with The Op’s newest signature game for the whole family (four-legged members allowed)… Furry Foodies is now available in our online store!
The Creation Line Deck Boxes are the signature deck boxes from Dex Protection. Each box has a signature, real velvet interior and a luxurious Saffiano exterior for superior style and protection. The Creation Line uses reinforced magnets to provide a tight closure and security for your treasured decks. The large model is the mother ship of the Creation Line. Two internal compartments hold 100+ and 75+ double sleeved, standard sized cards with additional space for extra accessories.
$18.95 Sale Price
We have these in stock now and ready to be your favorite TCG storage and transport solution. Message or call us to reserve yours as they are selling fast!
We carry Black with Red Lining White with Red Lining & Gray with Red Lining
Modiphius Entertainment is delighted to announce the release of two brand new Fallout: Wasteland Warfare miniatures sets, plus the 2019 version of the eternally popular Sentrybot to bring new frontiers to your adventures in the Wasteland!
Robots: Assaultrons & Protectrons, plus X-01 Survivor and Dogmeat and the new Sentrybot 2019 are all available now on Modiphius.net as part of the Fallout: Wasteland Warfare Collection. They join the recent individual Raiders sets to round out this Summer’s Fallout showcase sets.
NBCUniversal has unveiled a broad range of programming for the first slate of originals for its streaming service, which has officially been dubbed Peacock.
Perhaps the biggest titled announced for the service is a reboot of the classic sci-fi series “Battlestar Galactica,” with “Mr. Robot” creator Sam Esmail executive producing. This is the third version of the series to make it to television. The original aired for one season in 1978 on ABC, which was followed by a short-lived continuation called “Galactica 1980.” Sci Fi Channel (now Syfy) then rebooted the series back in 2003 with a three-hour miniseries whose cast included Edward James Olmos and Mary McDonnell among others. The success of that project led Syfy and Sky Television to commission a new series with the cast of the miniseries returning. That show ran for four seasons and also spawned two TV movies, wrapping up in 2009. A prequel series, “Caprica,” aired on Syfy for one season in 2010.