We've been very busy this week at Warcradle Studio's, what with everyone returning back to normality after a fantastic time at GenCon, and we thought this was a great week to do a weekly round-up!
What have we been up to? What are we looking forward to? What news has been announced?
All will be revealed with a simple click...
If you were at Gen Con you would have noticed that we announced some of our future releases!
We are very excited to announce that September sees the launch of the new edition of Wild West Exodus!
There's always one left, isn't there... but what about the others?
Time for a new vignette?
Let the awe-inspiring Sarah Cawkwell tell you a tale...
If you were among the large crowd of people who came to visit us at Salute or UK Games Expo this year, you would have been lucky enough to see the first in a series of brand new studio terrain boards we are creating for Wild West Exodus, the Hex Fane. I got the chance to speak to Lee from the Warcradle Team who was tasked with bringing this slice of the Disputed Territories to life. So, what did he have to say about the journey from concept to reality?
Take a look at what Wurplepainter, our Community Blogger, has recently painted - the awesome Legendary Nura!
Time to get hobbying!
Don't miss your LAST CHANCE to buy some of the current products for Wild West Exodus!
Now is the time to get a hold of some of the great Wild West Exodus products you’ve always wanted. Why now? Because we have fancy new packaging in the works and some exciting re-sculpts on the way, that’s why!
August will see the release of a brand new resin miniature, Legendary Ghost Wolf. We are also releasing the resin miniature version of Ghost Wolf for the first time separately outside of the Two Player Mini Starter Box.
Working out exactly why we like a game, and keep playing it, is one of those complicated tasks that most gamers don’t ever really consider.
Liking a game is almost a visceral thing, something deep in the bones that causes even the most stone-hearted of gamers to look over at their model collection and long for the next time they can open up their model cases and get some toy soldiers onto the table (let's all accept that is what we are doing here).