Curled Paw Creatives Tokens

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Based out of Birmingham, Alabama, Curled Paw Creatives makes a number of high-quality acrylic tokens for Star Wars: Destiny and Star Wars: X-Wing. Andrew Nuckols and Hollie Baker oversee this graphic design studio specializing in creating custom canvas wraps and original design. All tokens are professionally laser cut in house and all of the artwork is original. Shown here are …

Review – MoonQuake Escape

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Designers: Jeff Johnston Publisher: Breaking Games Year: 2016 MSRP: $50 Players: 2-6 Play Time: 45-60 Min Ages: 10+ Rules Available Online: Video BGG: MoonQuake Escape Prelude The prison-planet Zartaclaton is doomed. A giant moonquake has given the plant’s prisoners a chance to race to the last escape shuttle and escape. Only one can make it off the planet. The rest? …

Dungeon Werks Dice Accessories

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In the same vein of my recent post reviewing Kentucky Sawdust’s spectacular dice trays, I decided to check out Dungeon Werks. Based out of Claremore, Oklahoma, Dungeon Werks makes a number handmade custom wood gaming products. Shown here are three examples of their craftsmanship: 7” Red Oak High Side Dice Tray with High Density foam Red Oak Dice Tower with …

Review – Terrainify Gaming Mats

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I have been on the hunt for a solid game mat. Placing delicate cardboard game tiles directly on your kitchen table inevitably leads to scratching. John Casiello of Terrainify was generous enough to send over a few mats for me to check out. Terrainify makes a number of game mats in various sizes and patterns and also has a great …

Review – Knot Dice

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Designers: Matthew O’Malley Publisher: Black Oak Games Year: 2016 MSRP: $29.95/$57.95 Players: 1-4 Play Time: 10-20 Min Ages: 5+ Rules Available Online: Yes BGG: Knot Dice Last week, Black Oak Games sent over a deluxe set of Knot Dice for review. Knot Dice is the first game published by Black Oak Games. Originally funded by a Kickstarter campaign, the basic …

Forge Prints Foundations

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Forge Prints is an outfit that I am particularly excited about. Their unique collection of resin minis pairs well with many tabletop games. In anticipation of their new Kickstarter: Foundations 4: Rise of the Mimics, Forge Prints sent over a few samples of their Foundations 3 collection. You can pick up most of these items (and a lot more) on …

InspiredCraftwork Follow-up

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In a previous post, I had mentioned InspiredCraftwork’s search tokens for Fantasy Flight’s Descent and squad and activation tokens for Star Wars: Imperial Assault. Derick Hui of InspiredCraftwork sent a few sets my way, so I thought I would do a short follow-up post showing them off. The Squad and Activation Token Set is sold in multi-colored sets of three …

Loaded Dice Designs

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Piggybacking off my recent post highlighting custom tokens for Star Wars: Imperial Assault, I thought another post was appropriate. Last week, I got my hands on a set of custom 3D-printed tokens made by Loaded Dice Designs. Based in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, Loaded Dice Designs prints a number of game components and token organizers for various tabletop games. You can pick …

Review – Pasiphilo Paper Minis

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Recently, Joe Nittoly of Pasiphilo shared two sets of his latest paper minis: Barbarians and Rogues. Die-cut and double-sided with original front and back artwork, these 28mm fantasy cardstock gaming miniatures are an inexpensive and easy-to-assemble alternative to metal or plastic minis for your RPG campaigns or tabletop wargames. Just slot them into the bases provided and you’re ready to …