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Dungeon Squad: Adventures in the 41st Millennium

Saturday, May 3rd, 2008

Adventures in the 41st Millennium puts you behind the gun in battle against hordes of enemies, or in a planet doomed by anarchy and run by gangs.

This game runs on the original Dungeon Squad System and brings the Warhammer 40,000 Universe to life as your party tries to survive the mass combat of the 41st Millennium.

In this First Edition, you can play as Imperial Guard, Space Marines or the people who inhabit Home Worlds across the vast stars. Note that while Imperial Guard and Space Marines may fight in huge battles, Home World characters fight in gang warfare or live the lives of regular inhabitants of one of four worlds: Imperial World, Hive World, Feral World and Void Born.

This game is sure to bring an exciting world of fun and entertainment; now, it’s up to you to take your weapon and head out. Are you ready?

This is a Role Playing Game set in the futuristic nightmare of Warhammer 40,000 and this game comes off the hinges of the wonderful creation by Jason Morningstar, Dungeon Squad. Creators Neuicon and Sean Daniels have delved into the world of 40,000 when they were introduced to Dark Heresy (the official Role Playing Game of Warhammer 40,000), and quickly fell in love with it. Neuicon, having played Dungeon Squad, opted for something simple and fun to get those interested in Warhammer 40,000 into
gameplay using an exciting system, designed to entertain you and keep you on the edge of your seat!

This game comes off the release of Starcraft: Tactical Miniatures Combat, where you command skirmish-sized squads into battle against your foes! The fun of that game has helped in the inspiration to continue releasing new, fun and awesome games available to everyone!

Starcraft: Tactical Miniatures Combat

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

Starcraft: Tactical Miniatures Combat is a game of skirmish-based combat set in the Starcraft Universe. This game was created by Neuicon and Sean Daniels, and play-tested over a period of time. The rules are fun, exciting and very simple to understand. If you have ever played Dungeons and Dragons Miniatures or Star Wars Miniatures, then you should know what to expect.

In the near future, we’ll be releasing new Army Books, Scenario Booklets and more for you to play out and enjoy! Now go, fight on, to the bitter end in the name of victory!

01. Introduction
This game is about winning in the glorious future of the Starcraft Universe; you will command small bands or small armies of soldiers, machines, aliens and more into battle against enemies to totally obliterate them as you shoot them, engage into close combat with them, blow them up, and more in this game of total war and destruction.

The idea for Starcraft: Tactical Miniatures Combat came from Neuicon and Sean Daniels in an attempt to create small battles on a tabletop, which meant that one could command forces of Terrans, Protoss and Zerg into battle and fight it out, without using hex grids or 1” grids; this game was meant to be played on regular 3-D terrain.

Quicklink: Second Edition

The Hive

Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

The Hive is a game set in a world that has been taken over by mobs under the control of an alien mind. Sometime in the late 196s, London Transportundercovered an alien spacecraft while excavating an extension at the Hobs Lane underground station. There was a lot of publicity about the discovery of Martians in London. However, it ended when a force in the craft awakened. The force took over the minds of those nearby, and welded them into a mob dedicated to killing any who would not join them.

At some point it all fell apart… I don’t know how. One day, everyone was normal – the next day, the mobs had arrived. Blank, mindless and with strange powers: they roamed the streets, killing everyone they met who wasn’t one of them.

A few of us are immune, but there are less of us everyday. The mob takes us. Some of us think that the controller lives in the structur e thay have been building in central London. Some of us think they’re Martians …
Just like poor Bernard did.
– Diaries of Professor Roney

Royal Battles

Monday, April 16th, 2007

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Royal Battles is a strategic board game of small scale battles played with playing cards and chess pieces. In Royal Battles players compete to defeat each other in head-to-head combat. Each player builds an army of 4 units (represented with chess pieces) and maneuvers them on a battle board made from a tile grid of playing cards. Each unit has a special ability that sets it apart and it is the combination of units and abilities that will determine the difference between victory and defeat.

Requires playing cards (standard poker or bridge decks) and chess pieces.

Duel Blade

Monday, April 16th, 2007

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A two-player head to head combat mechanic for table-top game play, Duel Blade pits two combatants of equivalent skill in a contest of strategy and endurance. Choice of armor and weapons helps to shape combat strategy and fighting style. Weapons balance attributes of accuracy and power, armor balances the attributes of evasion and deflection. Are you a powerful barbarian brandishing a mighty battle axe, or a swash buckling pirate who finds value in speed over strength? Choice of armor and weapon will change your strategies and your game.

Game mechanic uses 2d6.

Skull Crusher

Wednesday, August 9th, 2006

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OK…this isn’t an RPG exactly…or at all, come to think of it.

It’s a game for anyone who’s ever failed to play more than TWO games of Warhammer OR 4k OR whatever…and has a pile of half painted plastic and metal miniatures taunting him from his shelves. It’s blurb should probably read like this:

Skull Crusher is a fantasy skirmish wargame that has no illusions about itself. It’s full rules fill a whole FOUR pages. It has no “peusdo-historical” backstory. It’s probably family friendly as long as it isn’t played while drunk. It welcomes all fantasy miniatures into play, regardless of origin, base or painted condition. Skull Crusher permits any online criticism of it’s rules, artistic direction and / or sales practices but would like to point out that you get what you pay for.

Hopefully that covers everything.