Another package of surprise minis arrived on my doorstep last week, and what do I find inside? Some of the most useful, well-made painted plastic minis I’ve ever seen.
Yeah, that’s probably the weirdest headline I’ve ever written. Taken out of context, at least. Actually, the context is kind of weird, too. See, the other day I got this box in the mail. Inside it were these four tentacles. That’s it.
Gifted Vision, the company that produces the Dungeon Crawler card game (formerly collectible, now expandable) is introducing a miniatures line. We’ve got an exclusive preview of some paint masters of one of the minis.
Last week I mentioned some collation problems with booster packs of solitaire-friendly CCG Dungeon Crawler. Publisher Gifted Vision sent me some extra info about the problems and what they’re doing to fix them.
Solitaire-friendly CCG Dungeon Crawler’s debut set, Unbound, comes in a wonderful starter set with all the fixings. Have a gamer on your Christmas shopping list? A game they can play right away without having to rope friends into buying a bunch of packs seems like a good bet.
Recently we brought you a first look at upcoming CCG Dungeon Crawler. This week we have two exclusive preview cards: the lurking Jungle Troglodyte and the clever magic spell Phase.
Dungeon Crawler is a new, independent collectible card game that can be played solitaire or against a friend. It won’t be out for a few months, but Robot Viking got an excellent preview of this fun, fast-paced game of dungeon exploration.