Simple inexpensive tutorial making your own dual playmat for Cardfight!! Vanguard using the paper playmats included in trial decks and some simple art supplies (paper glue and foam board). Remember to hit the thumbs up button and subscribe! ^^ Advertisements
We file through the contents on the Vampire Princess of the Nether Hour Trial Deck! With two decks, will we be lucky enough tog get the randomly inserted Hot Stamped card??? :d Join us! Remember to hit the thumbs up button and subscribe! ^^ —————————————————————————————— You can also find us on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/paniccoffee/ –… Continue reading Vampire Princess of the Nether Hour Trial Deck! Will We Get The Hot Stamp?
Dragoborne is a deceptively small game, but could potentially have a lot going for it later on!
Had a blast with Portal Games’ 51st State. As most of their games, it is tight, strategic, thematic, while also coupled with a bit of luck since all players draw from the same deck. Our painted Chaos cultists from Warhammer 40K were used to replace the meeple for workers. They fit nicely with the game… Continue reading Journey to the 51st State!
So yeah, we just stumbled upon a treasure trove. 😀 Dark Age lives on today, but in a miniatures game format. I’ve already been a fan of Gerald Brom’s artworks from Magic:The Gathering book and card artworks, but I’ve totally missed this collectible card game back in the day. Twenty-one years later… Happy weekend! Coffee time!… Continue reading Dark Age – Feudal Lords Collectible Card Game
Whoo! It’s been quite a while! I pre-ordered The Investigators of Arkham Horror and it has finally arrived! Beautiful art book and background stories for the investigators of Arkham Horror. Without further ado, here are some photos of what you would have gotten in the premium edition (The Miskatonic Museum not included, but I just got… Continue reading The Investigators of Arkham Horror Premium Edition
Me and my wife have been longtime fans of Fantasy Flight Games’ (FFG) products with their excellent quality and aesthetic impression they project when displayed on shelves, but it seems that in recent years, their products have suffered some dip in quality with regards to packaging. The expansions packs of Living Card Games (LCG) were packaged into blister packs instead of… Continue reading Fantasy Flight Games’ Packaging Revision