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April 13, 2019
Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce nine new KeyForge playmats from Fantasy Flight Supply, each featuring art drawn from the Age of Ascension set—now available for pre-order at your local retailer or online through our website, with free shipping within the continental United States!
- Drummernaut Playmat
- Machinations of Dis Playmat
- In the Lab Playmat
- Storm Crawler Playmat
- Grim Resolve Playmat
- Finders Keepers Playmat
- Hypnopotamus Playmat
- Stimrager Playmat
- Sir Marrows Playmat
In KeyForge, two players become mighty Archons, engaging in fast-paced tactical struggles on the Crucible. In your race to gather Æmber, you will lead a team filled with the creatures, artifacts, and technology. You will forge keys to unlock a Vault and come one step closer to ascending beyond this plane of existence. No matter which Houses you favor, you can now display your pride in cinematic fashion as you journey deeper into the Crucible with the upcoming release of Age of Ascension.
July 6th, 2016
Enter the Star Wars galaxy once more and experience the epic clash between light and dark like never before!
Now, you can fight the battles of Star Wars: The Card Game in an entirely new way with the Galactic Conflict Two-Player Playmat, now available from Fantasy Flight Games.
You’ve had chances to enter the Star Wars universe before through the evocative art of other playmats, but never before has one of those playmats spanned the distance between both players in Star Wars: The Card Game. Now, this massive 26” by 36” natural rubber playmat invites you to provide a clean, stylish play surface that both you and your friend can enjoy simultaneously.
Featuring clearly marked, Star Wars-themed positions for your units, enhancements, objective cards, command deck, and victory display, this enormous playmat ensures that you and your opponent will always know exactly where your cards should go.
May 29th, 2016
Step into a new world and explore the Network with the System Breach Two-Player Playmat for Android: Netrunner, now available from Fantasy Flight Games
You jack into the Net, and the data comes rushing at you. There’s a moment where everything swims dizzyingly. Your whole world is red and orange. No matter your training, no matter how many times you’ve done this, it still takes you a moment to adjust. Then your mind starts to reorder the information into familiar tropes… You’re in a hallway. There are doors leading off in all directions. Each is a portal to a different server. All you have to do is step through one of them
March 30th, 2016
You can fight the battles of Warhammer 40,000: Conquest in an entirely new way with the Unending War Two-Player Playmat, now available from Fantasy Flight Games.
You’ve had the chance to play your games of Warhammer 40,000: Conquest on playmats, but never before has the playmat spanned the battleground between the two players.
Now, this massive 26” x 36” natural rubber playmat invites you to provide a clean, stylish playing surface that both you and your opponent can enjoy.
March 25th, 2016
Pwork Wargames has released theire new sci-fi gaming mat, Cyber City
Another classic Pwork’s gaming mat, Cyber City is a PVC or CLOTH made rollable terrain mat, ideal for war games, in size 4×6’ (122x183cm), 4×4’ (122x122cm), 3×3’ (92x92cm), 3×6? (92x183cm), representing the scenery of a futuristic city, where hi-tech streets intersperse with modular buildings.
The Wargame Mat Cyber City offers the possibility of setting battles between armies of miniatures among technological skyscrapers, paved roads and cooling-towers. The mat is a perfect Science-Fiction setting for futuristic game play on a city war-ground, It’s ideal for close-combats and firefights accross hi-tech districts! Are you ready to battle?
TABLETOP GAME (ACCESSORY) REVIEW:
BLOODBOWL PITCH PLAYMAT
FROM DEEP-CUT STUDIOS
Written by Anatoli on October 12th, 2015 at Anatoli’s Game Room
I love BloodBowl, and I really wanted a pitch to play on of my own – without having to shell out ridiculous amounts for used parts on Ebay.
A friend ordered a custom made BloodBowl pitch a few years back but that option was too expensive for me, and as it turned out the squares on the board were slightly bigger than the original gameboard which made the throwing template inaccurate when reading the range bands.
So, an evening of browsing led to to DeepCutStudio and their array of gaming mats. Having weighed the pro’s and con’s I went ahead and ordered 3 gaming mats. One of them is this BloodBowl pitch which has its main play area mirror the original BloodBowl pitch from GamesWorkshop perfectly in terms of size (I compared with an original game that a friend brought over). Each square is 29mm wide.
The mat includes the pitch, as well as a scatter template for both players, and areas marked out for the reserves, Knocked Out and Morgue. It also features a counter on both sides to keep track of the turns, which half of the match you play and number of re-rolls left. The only thing missing, oddly enough, is a score counter – I guess this was simply overlooked. You can keep score easily using pen and paper, dice or any other method.
The mat itself is made from durable vinyl with a high quality print. It is however like most vinyl gaming mats slightly glossy if a light source is directed straight at it from a sharp angle. On the other hand, you can roll it up and transport/store it easily
Imo it was well worth the money.
And as I had the pitch I also needed a measuring stick and some Blood Bowl dice, these I acquired from the NobleKnight games store in the US (the manufacturer for both products is Impact Miniatures I believe). A local retailer also had these products in his catalogue but they were sold out so I had to buy them from the US which turned out a lot more expensive than I would have wanted – but at least the dice and the measuring stick are also perfect matches to the original deal from GW so in the long run money well spent.
Now to paint up the remainder of my Orc team so I can alternate between them and my Humans. Caroline also shows interest for the game and plays the PC version so she will most likely also want to play the tabletop version. And as a small bonus, some pictures from the first game played on the new pitch against my friend Daniel and his Chaos Dwarfs. The game ended 1-1 after an intense first half where one of my linemen tackled one of the Bull Centaurs which got killed in the process. I then lost the initiative in the second half, and a mistake on my part opened a window for my opponent who scored a draw.